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Suspension of Class

Here is the updated list of class suspensions for Thursday, August 22, 2013:

Class Suspension Announcement from LGUs- Metro Manila:

Valenzuela City ( Classes from pre-school to high school)
Makati City (Classes in all levels)
Mandaluyong ( Classes from pre-school to high school)
Pasay (Classes in all levels)
Parañaque (Classes in all levels)
Malabon (Classes in all levels)
Muntinlupa (Classes from pre-school to high school)
Pateros ( Classes from pre-school to high school)
Las Piñas ( Classes from preschool-high school, public & 1st district only)
Pasig ( Classes in pre-school and elementary, public schools only)
Marikina City(Classes in all levels)
Taguig City(Classes in all levels, public schools only); Pre-school to High school (Private)
Manila (Classes in all levels)
Navotas(Classes in all levels)
Kalookan (Classes in all levels)
Quezon City(No Classes to Schools as Evacuation Center: Diosdado Macapagal Elem School; San Gabriel Elem. School; Fairview Elem. School; Bagong Silangan Elem/Highschool)

Class Suspension Announcement from LGUs - Outside Metro Manila:

Laguna (Classes in all levels)
Cavite (Classes in all levels)
San Mateo, Rizal (Classes in all levels)
Antipolo City (pre-school to high school) public and private
Cainta, Rizal (Pre-school to High school public and private
Taytay, Rizal (Pre-school to High school) public and private
Dagupan, Pangasinan (Classes in all levels)
Malolos, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
Meycauayan, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
Balagtas, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
Baliuag, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
Bulakan, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
Bataan (Classes in all levels)
Class Suspension Announcement from Schools:
Asia Pacific College
Adamson University (except MBA, ME and CCE Classes)
Ateneo Law School (Except Bar Review classes)
Colegio de San Juan de Letran Manila (all levels)
St. Scholastica's College, Manila (classes in all levels)
Mapua-Makati
Mapua-Intramuros
San Beda College-Manila
La Salle Greenhills High School
Lyceum of the Philippines
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela
Saint Francis of Assisi College- all campuses (Classes in all levels)
Valenzuela Polytechnic College
San Pedro College of Business Administration  (SPCBA)
Technological Institute of the Philippines Manila
FEU - All Campuses
University of Perpetual Help-Binan
DLSU-Saint Benilde (Classes and office)
DLSU-STC
DLSU-Manila(Classes in all levels)
Imus Institute (Classes in all levels)
CEU-Manila (Classes and Office)
Bulacan State University
Philippine College of Criminology
Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Manila
LPU-Manila
Letran-Manila (Classes in all levels)
Manila Tytana Colleges (Classes and duties)
University of Santo Tomas (all levels)
UP-Los Banos
UE-Manila, Kalookan (All levels)

Resumption of Classes Tomorrow, Thursday, August 22 2013:
DLSU-Lipa (all levels)
UP Diliman

Here is the updated list of class suspensions for Friday, August 23, 2013:

Class Suspension Announcement from LGUs- Metro Manila:

Valenzuela City ( Classes from pre-school to high school)
Makati City (Classes in all levels)
Pasay (Classes in all levels)
Malabon (Classes in all levels)
Muntinlupa (Classes from pre-school to high school
Pateros ( Classes from pre-school to high school)
Marikina City (Classes in all levels)
Class Suspension Announcement from LGUs - Outside Metro Manila:
Laguna ( Classes in all levels)
San Mateo, Rizal (Classes in all levels)
Cainta, Rizal (Pre-school to High School)

Class Suspension Announcement from Schools:

Mapua-Makati
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela
Valenzuela Polytechnic College
San Pedro College of Business Administration  (SPCBA)
University of Perpetual Help-Binan
DLSU-STC
UP-Los Banos

 

Cancelled flights

Though typhoon maring has exited the Philippine Area of Responsibility earlier this morning, due to the Southwest Monsoon, airline companies have decided to cancel some international flights due to the continuous bad weather the country is experiencing.

Here is the list of cancelled flights based on the Department of Transportation and Communications (7:30am)

PR-383 Guangzhou-MNL
2P-801 Singapore-MNL
PR-538 Denpasar-MNL
PR-399 Beijing-MNL
PR-313 Hong Kong-MNL
PR-437 Nagoya-MNL
PR-407 Osaka-MNL
PR-431 Tokyo (Narita)-MNL
PR-733 Bangkok-MNL
PR-210 Melbourne-MNL
PR-220 Darwin-MNL
2P-875 MNL-Kuala Lumpur and return flight 2P-876 Kuala Lumpur-MNL

(DZRH news)

 

Way Kurat denies receiving 3B pesos Pork Barrel

Former Compostela Valley Rep. Manuel “Way Kurat” Zamora vehemently denied the Commission on Audit’s claim that he received 3 Billion pesos Pork Barrel.

According to Way Kurat, now the Vice Governor of Compostela Valley, he can’t believe that COA stated that he received one of the biggest chunk Pork Barrel fund from DBM since 2007 to 2009.

As far as the former Congressman is concern, his biggest fund only reached up to 50 Million pesos that was used in infrastructure projects.

Zamora also clarified that if combine the said amount in three years, it’ll only amount to 150 Million pesos and not the over the top 3 Billion pesos that COA claimed that he received.

Way Kurat is asking COA to do a breakdown of data of the alleged projects in questioned so that they can figure out if he indeed spent 3 Billion pesos.   (Malou Cabral)

 

 

   

Miriam may drop ICC position

Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago is willing to give up her post at the International Criminal Court if her condition doesn’t improve.

The Senator is currently suffering from Vitamin D deficiency and her doctors advised her to take at least six months of rest.

The veteran Senator is expected to assume her Judge post in September as part of her nine year term.

She’s the first Asian from a developing country to be appointed as judge at the ICC.    (Luisito Antonio Santos)

 

 

Wage hike for employees in October

There’s something to celebrate for anyway as employees in Metro Manila will get a wage hike in October.

But don’t rejoice yet.

The Regional Tripartite Wage and Productivity Board has yet to finalize how much the wage hike will be after the final consultation and public hearing of two petitions of two groups to the TUCP.

Alan Tanjusay, spokesman of TUCP, stated that once the P85 petition is approved, the minimum wage will be P541, way far from the ideal daily wage of P1,200 for an employee with six persons to feed. (Malou R. Cabral)

   

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