Stephen Curry’s mom grounded the Warriors star for his explicit celebration

Golden State Warriors flamethrower Stephen Curry entered Game 3 against the Houston Rockets shooting 2-for-13 from 3-point range, and then started Sunday’s outing with a 1-for-7 effort from deep in the first half, so most everyone excused his fire-breathing outburst in a cathartic third quarter. After giving MVP favorite James Harden a taste of his own step-back medicine to push Golden State’s lead to 22 with four minutes left in the frame, Curry crossed over Trevor Ariza on his way to a finger-roll layup and screamed to the crowd, “This…

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Pres. Duterte thanks Kuwait for giving his demands on OFW protection

President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday expressed appreciation to the Kuwaiti government for approving the conditions he demanded for the protection of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the Gulf state. “Frankly, I would like to thank especially the Kuwait government for giving us these conditions with a better place for our OFWs,” Duterte said in his speech during the 120th anniversary of the Philippine Navy at the Coconut Palace, CCP Complex. Duterte’s conditions highlight the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signed by Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano and Kuwaiti Deputy…

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DA runs first solar irrigation, 116 more under construction

Completed in 60 days The Department of Agriculture (DA) today commissioned its first fully-operational Solar-Powered Irrigation System (SPIS) in Barangay Manubuan, Matalam, North Cotabato which could irrigate as much as 40-hectares with a cost of only P6.4-M. A total of 116 more units are undergoing construction in other parts of the country funded by the DA locally and implemented by the different regional offices. The Manubuan, Matalam SPIS, which was completed in a record time of only 60 days, officially becomes the first Solar-Powered Irrigation System to be commissioned by…

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Fearless journo recalls Marawi siege experience

As the nation marks with grief the first anniversary of the Marawi siege by pro-Islamic State Maute terrorists on Wednesday (May 23), journalist Benjie Liwanag recalled his daring coverage of the bloody fighting that lasted for five months, during which, he found himself in the line of fire a number of times, but cited prayers and faith in God as his savior during his war reportage. Liwanag, defense reporter of radio station dzBB under TV network GMA, was one of the more than 80 journalists from various parts of the…

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Pres. Duterte to certify BBL as urgent ‘anytime soon’

Malacanang on Tuesday assured that President Rodrigo Duterte will certify the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) as urgent “anytime soon”. “The President promised to certify it,” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said in a Palace press briefing. Roque, however, said there is no assurance if the House of Representatives version of the bill will be certified by the President. “I have not seen the text but if it is in conformity with what was agreed upon, then there should be no problem. The President should certify it,” Roque, a former lawmaker,…

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PET starts retrieval of Iloilo ballots for VP vote recount

The Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) on Monday started retrieving the more than 2,000 ballot boxes from Iloilo City and the province in preparation for the vote recount in line with the poll protest of defeated Vice Presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr. The ballot boxes are from the 2,748 clustered precincts in the city and the province, said lawyer Emilio Marañon, one of the members of the legal team of Vice President Leni Robredo, who is here to observe the retrieval. Of the number, 2,318 of the clustered precincts are from…

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400 cyclists to join 435th ‘Aggao nac Cagayan’ festival

At least 400 cyclists will join the first-ever Audax Randonneurs cycling event in Ilocos Region on June 23, 2018. The event, dubbed: “Grand Pedal Viaje,” will be the pre-opening activity of the 435th founding anniversary of the civil government of the province, or the Aggao Nac Cagayan Festival. The cycling event, the first of its kind in Cagayan Valley and Ilocos Region, is also one of the flagship activities of the provincial government of Cagayan. Grand Pedal Viaje is an activity organized with Audax Randonneurs Philippines and Cagayan Economic Zone…

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[WATCH] The Miss Tres Surprises Britain’s Got Talent 2018

In Case you missed it, here’s the Miss Tres ‘ Performance on Britain’s Got Talent 2018 that surprises everyone. Subscribe : Anthony Ying YouTube Channel

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Palace wishes LP Senate bets ‘good luck’

Malacañang on Monday wished the Senate bets of Liberal Party (LP) “good luck” after their names were announced by party president and Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan. “Good luck to them. ‘Yun lang (That’s all),” presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said in a Palace briefing, refusing to say anything more. Panglinan, in a TV interview, named Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV, Magdalo party-list Rep. Gary Alejano, former Akbayan party-list Rep. Barry Gutierrez, LP Vice President for External Affairs Lorenzo “Erin” Tañada, De La Salle University College of Law Dean Jose Manuel…

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