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Jollibee Valentine Series 2018

Jollibee captures our hearts again as they launch three new love stories for the month of hearts. They remind us of the power of love in our lives. Do you believe in the power of love? You should.

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Do you remember the story dedicated to those who never gave up on love? Entitled “Crush”, Jollibee opens again that story that made our hearts go flutter with this year’s “Homecoming.”

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What really are the signs that will tell us he/she is “the one” for you? Watch this new story entitled, Signs” and believe in the power of love.

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Single or in a relationship? Seeking for love? Jollibee will let you know who gives you true love.

So, what can you say about Jollibee’s new Valentine Series for this year? Was your love story like theirs? Share with us about your belief in the power of love by commenting below! Who knows, your love story might just be featured on Jollibee’s next Valentine Series.

Sources: Jollibee

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President Rodrigo Duterte signs free tuition fee for all SUCs

A new law providing free education for over a million students in public tertiary and vocational schools nationwide has been signed by President Rodrigo Duterte last August 3. Senior Deputy Executive Secretary Menardo Guevarra made this announcement in an August 4 forum. It continues the administration’s initiative in the 2017 budget, where around P8 billion was allotted for free tuition for SUCs for school year 2017-2018.

The Republic Act 10931 or “Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act,” gives full tuition subsidy for students in State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), local universities and colleges, and state-run technical-vocational schools. The law also covers other charges, namely “library fees, computer fees, laboratory fees, school ID fees, athletic fees, admission fees, development fees, guidance fees, handbook fees, entrance fees, registration fees, medical and dental fees, cultural and other similar or related fees.” It also provides subsidies or stipend for poor students and establishes a student loan program.

In addition, the Commission on Higher Education announced on June 16 it would be offering cash grants for medical students in public medical schools.

However, students with financial capacity may choose not to avail of the subsidies through a mechanism created by the SUCs and local universities and colleges or LUCs.

Questions over cost and beneficiaries

Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno told lawmakers on August 2 that subsidizing tuition in public tertiary schools would be too costly. Guevara said that free tuition will have an estimate of around ₱100 billion. According to him, the government cannot afford that.

Diokno also added that only middle-class and upper-class students would benefit from the scheme because, statistically, only 12 percent of the poor get to the state universities. So, [in a sense] it will actually subsidize the rich.

However, opposition lawmakers said in an August 3 statement the free tuition law would cost only around ₱15 billion.

Hindi po totoo ang sinabi ng economic managers na hindi kayang tustusan ng gobyerno,” said Bayan Muna Rep. Carlos Zarate. “Napatunayan natin ngayong taon, may pondo para sa state universities and colleges. Hindi nila pwede sabihin na ngayong taon ‘di kayang pondohan.

[Translation: The economic managers’ claim that the government can’t afford to subsidize tuition fees is not true. We’ve proven this year that there is money for state universities and colleges. They can’t say this year that there’s no more money.]

Complete List of SUCs covered by the Free Tuition Law

National Capital Region

  • Eulogio ‘Amang’ Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology
  • Marikina Polytechnic College
  • Philippine Normal University
  • Philippine State College of Aeronautics
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines
  • Rizal Technological University
  • Technological University of the Philippines
  • University of the Philippines System

Region I – Ilocos Region

  • Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University
  • Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College
  • Mariano Marcos State University
  • North Luzon Philippines State College
  • Pangasinan State University
  • University of Northern Philippines

Cordillera Administrative Region

  • Abra State Institute of Science and Technology
  • Apayao State College
  • Benguet State University
  • Ifugao State University
  • Kalinga State University
  • Mountain Province State University

Region II – Cagayan Valley

  • Batanes State College
  • Cagayan State University
  • Isabela State University
  • Nueva Vizcaya State University
  • Quirino State University

Region III – Central Luzon

  • Aurora State College of Technology
  • Bataan Peninsula State University
  • Bulacan Agricultural State College
  • Bulacan State University
  • Central Luzon State University
  • Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University
  • Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology
  • Pampanga State Agricultural University
  • Philippine Merchant Marine Academy
  • Ramon Magsaysay Technological University
  • Tarlac College of Agriculture
  • Tarlac State University

Region IV-A – CALABARZON

  • Batangas State University
  • Cavite State University
  • Laguna State Polytechnic University (Laguna State Polytechnic College)
  • Southern Luzon State University
  • University of Rizal System

Region IV-B – MIMAROPA

  • Marinduque State College
  • Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology
  • Occidental Mindoro State College
  • Palawan State University
  • Romblon State University
  • Western Philippines University

Region V – Bicol Region

  • Bicol University
  • Bicol State College of Applied Sciences and Technology
  • Camarines Norte State College
  • Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges
  • Catanduanes State University
  • Central Bicol State University of Agriculture
  • Dr. Emilio B. Espinosa, Sr. Memorial State College of Agriculture and Technology
  • Partido State University
  • Sorsogon State College

Region VI – Western Visayas

  • Aklan State University
  • Capiz State University
  • Carlos C. Hilado Memorial State College
  • Guimaras State College
  • Iloilo State College of Fisheries
  • Central Philippines State University
  • Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College
  • Northern Negros State College of Science and Technology
  • University of Antique
  • Iloilo Science and Technology University
  • West Visayas State University

Region VII – Central Visayas

  • Bohol Island State University
  • Cebu Normal University
  • Cebu Technological University
  • Negros Oriental State University
  • Siquijor State College

Region VIII – Eastern Visayas

  • Eastern Samar State University
  • Eastern Visayas State University
  • Leyte Normal University
  • Naval State University
  • Northwest Samar State University
  • Palompom Polytechnic State University
  • Samar State University
  • Southern Leyte State University
  • University of Eastern Philippines
  • Visayas State University

Region IX – Zamboanga Peninsula

  • J.H Cerilles State College
  • Jose Rizal Memorial State University
  • Western Mindanao State University
  • Zamboanga City State Polytechnic College
  • Zamboanga State College of Marine Sciences and Technology

Region X – Northern Mindanao

  • Bukidnon State University
  • Camiguin Polytechnic State College
  • Central Mindanao University
  • University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines – Cagayan De Oro Campus
  • MSU – Iligan Institute of Technology
  • University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines – Claveria Campus
  • Northwestern Mindanao State College of Science and Technology

Region XI – Davao Region

  • Compostela Valley State College
  • Davao Del Norte State College
  • Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology
  • Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology
  • University of Southern Philippines

Region XII – Main SOCCSKSARGEN

  • Cotabato State University
  • Cotabato Foundation College of Science and Technology
  • Sultan Kudarat State University
  • University of Southern Mindanao

Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao

  • Adiong Memorial Polytechnic State College
  • Basilan State College
  • Mindanao State University
  • MSU-Tawi-Tawi College of Technology and Oceanography
  • Sulu State College
  • Tawi-Tawi Regional Agricultural College

Region XIII – Caraga Administrative Region

  • Agusan del Sur State College of Agriculture and Technology
  • Caraga State University (Northern Mindanao State Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Surigao del Sur State University
  • Surigao State College of Technology

 

References: CNN Philippines

 

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Why Parojinog’s mansion was demolished after Duterte assumes office

When Rodrigo Duterte assumed office as president, the Parojinogs demolished their mansion in Ozamiz City and lived instead in a smaller house. The Parojinogs have been political kingpins in Ozamis City. As to why they demolished the house remained a mystery to the residents there. Some said that Parojinogs did it to avoid more suspicions in their involvement in illegal activities.

Last week, City Chief of Police Senior Inspector Jovie Espenido visited the old mansion of the Parojinogs in Bacakay, Ozamiz City.

As if hindi sila mayaman, bumalik na sa kanilang bahay na maliit para siguro… eh alam naman ng lahat na involved sila sa drugs,” Espenido told TV 5.

Translation: “To present themselves as not rich people, they went back to their little, old house… then again, everyone knew they were involved in durgs.”

Espenido suspected that the family was hiding something from the current administration.

The Discovery

According to the information received by the authorities, the old mansion of the Parojinogs became a ‘cemetery’ for their political foes and illegal drug trade competitors. They believe that it is also a meeting place of the alleged members of their syndicate to plan for their next crime. Brgy. Captain Ludvina Macayran has received complaints from the residents in the area about a foul odor sometime in February that made the council filled the place with trucks of soil.

Because of that, Espenido ordered the Ozamiz PNP to dig the demolished mansion for proof.

They found no human bodies. Rather, they only obtained sacks of garbage. Two sacks tied with rope only contained bones and feathers of animals.

The Parojinog Raid

Meanwhile, 16 people were killed during the anti-drug raid in Ozamiz City, including Mayor Aldong Parojinog and Board Member Octavio Parojinog. The police arrested Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog and other members of the Parojinog clan. The vice mayor was discovered to have a relationship with Herbert “Ampang” Colangco, one of the suspected Bilibid drug lords.

After the operations, a man identified as ‘Noel’ claimed that he had worked as hitman and drug courier for 20 years for them. He admitted that he was ordered to pick up shabu from National Bilibib Prison several times and deliver it to Ozamiz City. According to Noel, the Parojinogs divided the illegal drugs he delivered and started to sell it to other pushers in Ozamiz. They were also involved in holdup operations, and murdering their political foes and business competitors. He also mentioned that he chopped bodies of the people who were ordered to be killed before burying them. Information point out the mansion as the said place.

New Ozamiz City

As a result of the absence of leadership, Irene Engracia Luansing became the acting mayor of Ozamiz and Michael Llamas Tagal as acting vice mayor.

The locals in Ozamiz City publicly expressed their views against the Parojinog family. They wore white shirts and attended the rally. They believe that this will give birth to a new Ozamiz City.

A community prayer in front of Ozamiz City Hall on Sunday was led by Pastor Nathaniel Dinoro.

References: TV News 5

 

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Pre-Holiday Promo | BayanMall Online Shopping

Who said it’s too early for Christmas? When -Ber Months start, it sure feels like Christmas already here in the Philippines. BayanMall Online Shopping brings you a Pre-Holiday Promo! We’re giving out discounts and free delivery as an early treat for Christmas just for you! Here’s how:

Mechanics:

  1. Purchase P5,000 worth of groceries or above at BayanMall.com.
  2. Promo applies ONLY to grocery items and packages.
  3. Promo runs from October 17-31, 2016.
  4. Payment must be not later than October 31, 2016.
AMOUNT OF PURCHASE PROMO
P7,000.00 – Above Free Delivery* + 5% Discount
P5,000.00 – P6,999.99 Free Delivery*
P3,000.00 – P4,999.99 Freebie (2kg rice)

*Deliveries within the city are free. For deliveries outside the city, customer will get P500 off their total delivery charge.

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8 Benefits of Grocery Shopping Online

Nowadays, a lot of online grocery shopping stores are established and a lot more are coming in the market, especially, online supermarkets. For first timers, or even those who are into online shopping already, you may be reluctant to purchase online because of a bad experience or the cost in exchange for convenience and quality. To give you the brighter view, here are some of the benefits you get when you buy your groceries online.

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  1. 24/7 Ordering with Customer Service Assistance

You don’t have to wait anymore for the next working day just to place your order or if you have inquiries. Normally, online shopping stores have 24/7 customer service assistance to accommodate all customers who wish to purchase or ask about their products and services.

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  1. Goodbye Long Lines of Checkout Lanes

The traffic inside supermarkets, especially in peak hours, is heavy. So, spare yourself of the trouble of standing and waiting! Try shopping for your groceries with just the use of your computer or smartphone wherever you are.

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  1. Time Saver

Most people in these modern times are time conscious. As much as possible, we want convenience and efficiency. Purchasing goods online wouldn’t demand so much of your time. Unlike the actual store, you won’t be taking up time roaming around trying to find the products you want. In online grocery shopping, you can find the items you want in just a few clicks! They are also grouped in categories for better and faster finding! Use your time by spending quality moments with your family and let these online stores do the shopping.

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  1. No More Parking Hassles

Finding it hard to look for a space to park your car? No problem! Especially on holidays like Christmas, where all parking spaces are all filled in, you won’t even need your car when you shop online! You can choose to have your orders ready for pick-up or have them delivered at your doorstep. Simple.

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  1. Assured Product Quality and Freshness

Online shopping companies are obliged to provide the freshest produce and quality products available in the market. Products in poor quality are subject to returns, refunds, or replacement.

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  1. From Store to Door Delivery

You’ll never have think of leaving your house anymore just to buy groceries. All you have to do is sit back, relax and wait for your orders to arrive. Most online supermarkets would ask you to purchase your products 3-5 days ahead of desired delivery date to ensure availability and quality.

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  1. Lessens Unnecessary Spending

Most grocers would always have a list of items to purchase that fits their budget. When we go to the store, we often come across items that are so tempting to buy, cutting the budget we try to save. Oh, and don’t forget the food carts and stalls after you pay for your groceries in the checkout counter!

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  1. Avail Offers, Discounts and Coupons

Online shopping companies have various promos and discounts. These are visible on their site or given through e-mail when you subscribe to their newsletters. Most of these promos appear during holidays and other celebrations.

 

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We deliver door-to-door anywhere in the Philippines — Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao!

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BayanMall Free Delivery Promo, Extended!

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FREE DELIVERY CHARGE PROMO

DISCOUNT OFFER

  1. All new and returning customers who will purchase products from the BayanMall Website during September 25-30, 2016 (Philippine Standard Time) will get Php 500 OFF their delivery charge.
  2. Minimum purchase is worth P7,000.
  3. Promo applies to ALL ITEMS purchased at the BayanMall website.
  4. Interested participants need to access www.BayanMall.com and place their order. The promo code of “100%off” must be used upon checkout.
  5. The promo applies to deliveries within city limits only. Additional charges will be collected for deliveries outside cities.
  6. Payment of the products ordered must be done not later than September 30, 2016 (PST).

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Most Filipinos who decide to work abroad are driven by their desire to provide for their family’s necessities. They either can’t find a stable job or has one but doesn’t have the capacity to fully sustain their everyday needs. It’s already hard to be away from home, and it would be much harder if their hard-earned money will not be used for what it’s meant for. And so, when we plan for budgeting our money, groceries should always be the number 1 on the list.

Here at BayanMall Online Shopping, we give you access to thousands of products you can choose from that you can find in your supermarket – from rice to fresh goods such as vegetables, fruits, and meat, down to cereals, canned goods, cleaning products, pet care, and even your baby’s needs! All these and more can be delivered door-to-door to your loved ones anywhere in the Philippines with just a few taps of your fingers on your phone. They don’t need to go out to buy them! Easy and convenient, huh?

So, here’s a summary of what you can find on BayanMall’s grocery list. Clicking on the object will take you to that category under Groceries.

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