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Aking Bikolnon clarifies issues hurled by Comelec-delisted Ako Bicol

Aking Bikolnon clarifies issues hurled by Comelec-delisted Ako Bicol

By Joey Natividad Special Correspondent NAGA CITY (BicolToday.com/8-Nov-2012) – Aking Bikolnon Partylist, denied links with delisted Ako Bicol Partylist, and claims that it has organizational structures at the village level,…

Obama wins re-election, no big change in U.S. policy in sight

Obama wins re-election, no big change in U.S. policy in sight

By Lee Chi-dong WASHINGTON (7-Nov-2012/PNA/Yonhap) – U.S. President Barack Obama secured re-election Tuesday by carrying almost all of the major battleground states, including Ohio, Wisconsin and Colorado. Obama has secured…

Obama, Romney camps claim victory as US goes to polls

Obama, Romney camps claim victory as US goes to polls

WASHINGTON (6-Nov-2012/PNA/PTI) – Notwithstanding the latest opinion polls suggesting a close fight between incumbent Barack Obama and his rival Mitt Romney, both the Democrat and Republican camps have claimed victory…

Bicolana Fil-Am politician sees Republican win in U.S. polls

Bicolana Fil-Am politician sees Republican win in U.S. polls

By Joey Natividad Special Correspondent TIGAON, Camarines Sur (BicolToday.com/6-Nov-2012) – A Fil-Am politician in the San Francisco-Bay Area (California) is convinced Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is going to win…

Greenpeace predicts fish crisis, Philippine seas in deep trouble

Greenpeace predicts fish crisis, Philippine seas in deep trouble

By Elmer James Bandol DONSOL, Sorsogon (BicolToday.com/4-Nov-2012) – “We are in deep trouble. The government must acknowledge that our seas are in crisis”, said Vince Clinches, Ocean Campaigner for Greenpeace…

Cremation becoming popular among Filipinos

Cremation becoming popular among Filipinos

By Ferdinand G. Patinio MANILA (1-Nov-2012/PNA) – A senior prelate said that cremation is becoming popular among Filipinos. Retired Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Oscar Cruz said the reason why many people are…

Superstorm Sandy smashes U.S. eastern coast, 29 dead

Superstorm Sandy smashes U.S. eastern coast, 29 dead

WASHINGTON (31-Oct-2012/PNA/Xinhua) – Superstorm Sandy has killed at least 29 people and knocked millions out of power across the densely populated U.S. east coast, leaving streets flooded, houses burned and…

10 dead in Hurricane Sandy, says NY mayor

10 dead in Hurricane Sandy, says NY mayor

NEW YORK (31-Oct-2012/PNA/Xinhua) – New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg told a conference Tuesday that Hurricane Sandy has left at least 10 people dead and hundreds of thousands without power and…

Epic storm barrels down on U.S. East Coast

Epic storm barrels down on U.S. East Coast

By Wang Fengfeng ATLANTIC CITY, United States (30-Oct-2012/PNA/Xinhua) – Hurricane Sandy is on Monday churning its way towards the U.S. East Coast, poised to make landfall near Atlantic City on…

COMELEC registration deadline illegal

COMELEC registration deadline illegal

LEGAZPI CITY (29-Oct-2012) – “You should probably act more like an understanding lolo, than a grumpy old man.” This was the statement of Atty. Terry Ridon, National President and General…