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Sarah and Matteo are madly in love

Published in Entertainment
Finally, top singer-actress Sarah Geronimo and actor Matteo Guidicelli, have come out in the open on their relationship.
Not only that. They admitted that they are madly in love with each other. And they plan to get married four years from now.
This obviously, after their parents have given their blessings on their romance.
Sarah's once "strict" parents Divine and Delfin softened up possibly due to Matteo's good disposition.
The couple's romance continue to make waves on the social media, especially when Matteo gave an interview on television and aired hopes for a lasting relationship.
It was gathered that Matteo came to Sarah's life last year, while she was touring in the U.S. for “24/SG, The Birthday Concert.”
Reports said the hunk actor cornered and courted Sarah Geronimo in the U.S..
There were reports then that Matteo took also the opportunity to ask permission from Mommy Divine to caught her daughter during that time.
 They became the talk of the town since then; but despite the issues and intrigues regarding their rumored relationship, Sarah and Matteo decided not to talk about it then.

Malapascua Island execs press Cebu gov on eco-tourism plan

Published in Travel
CEBU CITY  Officials of Barangay Logon, known popularly as Malapascua Island off Daanbantayan town in northern Cebu, have asked Cebu Governor Hilario Davide III to implement the eco-tourism development plan that has been stalled for several years.
Barangay Logon Captain Rex Novabos said they want Davide to implement at least the components of the Malapascua Island Eco-Tourism Development Plan (MIEDP).
These include the construction of the barangay port or wharf, circumferential road, police headquarters and police outpost in the island, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the province.
Novabos said implementation of the MIEDP is “necessary for the development of Malapascua Island into a world class tourist destination.”

VP Binay, mayor-son, 20 others face plunder raps

Published in Headline
QUEZON CITY - A former political opponent has filed plunder charges against Vice President Jejomar Binay and his son, Makati City Mayor Erwin Jejomar Binay Jr., in connection with the alleged overpricing of a construction of a parking building in 2007.
In a nine-page affidavit filed with the Office of the Ombudsman, lawyer Renato Bondal, who was the younger Binay's opponent in the 2013 elections, and Nicolas "Ching" Enciso VI, a former candidate in Makati, accused the two Binays and 21 other respondents of allegedly overpricing the construction of the New Makati City Parking Building along F. Zobel St. in Barangay Poblacion.
The complainants said at least P1.56 billion was paid for the construction of the building but data from the National Statistics Office showed that it should have only cost P245 million "or an enormous overprice of more than P1.314 billion."
 Mayor Binay  said he and his father, Vice President Jejomar C. Binay, will remain focused on their works as they will not be distracted by “fabricated complaints that are clearly connected to the 2016 elections.”
“The Vice President and myself will remain focused on our work. We will continue working to improve the lives of our people, especially the poor,” the mayor said in reaction to the filing of a plunder complaint before the Ombudsman by a group composed of personalities whom he described as “perennial contenders and serial losers in Makati elections.”
MANILA -- The Manila Regional Trial Court (RTC) has extended for 20 days the temporary restraining order (TRO) it earlier issued preventing the appointment of Atty. Amado Valdez as acting president of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM).
This as a restive PLM community urged Atty. Artemio Tuquero to resign as PLM president to save the university from the backlash of the invalidation of his assumption as PLM president without appointment from Mayor Joseph Estrada due to old age of 82 and failure to meet the qualifications for the post.
Ang Pamantasan, the school student publication, has published a special issue exposing the untenable positon of Tuquero. 
In a two-page order dated July 21, 2014, Manila RTC Branch 24 Presiding Judge Liwliwa Hidalgo-Bucu has extended for 17 days the TRO earlier issued by Manila RTC First Vice Executive Judge Reynaldo Alhambra, which was effective for only three days.
Because of the extended TRO, former Justice Secretary and retired Court of Appeals (CA) Associate Justice Artemio Tuquero will remain as PLM president at least for a period of 20 days.
Manila RTC Branch 24 Presiding Judge Liwliwa Hidalgo-Bucu has decided to extend the TRO after summary hearings were held on July 14 and 18, 2014 where both Tuquero and Valdez took the witness stand.

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