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Student leaders urged to engage in volunteerism

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ILOILO CITY - A media personality and a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations encouraged student leaders here to create change in their communities through direct action and volunteerism.

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US teens today about three years behind ’70s generation

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Teenagers in America today are about three years behind their counterparts from the 1970s when it comes to taking up sex, drinking alcohol, and working for pay, researchers said.

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NEDA-VI conducts economic, financial literacy forum

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ILOILO CITY - The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Region VI recently conducted the 2017 Economic and Financial Literacy Forum at the RDC Conference Hall of the NEDA-VI Building in Iloilo City.

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Hazing nightmares: Abuse pervasive at US colleges

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CHICAGO -- From sex abuse to sleep deprivation to unexpected deaths of very young men and women: hazing has become shockingly common for university students across the United States.

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Aklan VAW cases down

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KALIBO, Aklan -  There is a noted decrease in the number of Violence Against Women and Children (VAWC) cases in the first 10 months of 2017 in the province of Aklan.

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Critics demand abolition of NY PH Independence Day Council

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NEW YORK – Some members of the Fil-Am community were appalled by the conduct of the October 7 Philippine Independence Day Council Inc. (PIDCI) elections, that they are calling on the Philippine Consulate to void the results or abolish the organization.

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LCEs reminded of role against illegal river structures

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ROXAS CITY, Capiz - Capiz Governor Antonio Del Rosario called anew the concerned local chief executives on their responsibility to clear the riverbank easement.

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Cebu Archbishop Emeritus Ricardo Cardinal Vidal, 86

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CEBU CITY -- The country’s champion of peace is gone.

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PPO antique slates activities for Children’s Month

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SAN JOSE, Antique - The Provincial Population Office (PPO) held several activities in line with the National Children’s Month Celebration this November.

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Filipinos were first - to America

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By rights, it really should be called the United States of the Philippines.

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