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How to Register NBI Clearance Online


Good news for National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) clearance applicants because application is now available online! The new NBI online clearance system has been launched on Friday, January 24 at the websites of the National Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department that aims to eliminate the long queues at the bureau's clearance centers nationwide.

This will mean that you no longer have to wait for about two to three hours before you get to first step of the application. All you have to do is visit www.doj.gov.ph/nbi or www.nbi.gov.ph and fill-out information needed. A registration code and the application form will be given to user which will be presented in NBI clearance centers. Yes, you are still required to go to any NBI center for the payment, pictures, biometrics enrolment and issuance.

Convenient, right? If you don't have any online access, need not to worry as the agency will soon put up kiosks in malls where clearance applicants can register online.

Visit www.doj.gov.ph/nbi or www.nbi.gov.ph now.

Meanwhile, here are the sites where you can visit to take the next steps (payment, pictures, biometrics enrolment and issuance):

METRO MANILA
NBI Clearance Center - U.N Avenue, Ermita. Manila
Quezon City Hall
Victory Shopping Center, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Mandaluyong City Hall
Las Pinas City Hall
Robinson's Place Basement 1
Robinson's Otis Level 2
Robinson's Galleria Basement 1
Robinson's Metro East Level 4
Robinson's Novaliches
Ever Gotesco Recto - 3rd Flr. Cinema 3
Duty Free Fiesta Mall Paranaque City
Empire Mall Pasay City

CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION (CAR)
NBI Regional Office - Baguio City

REGION I
NBI Regional Office - San Fernando City
Dagupan District Office - Dagupan City
Laoag District Office -  Laoag City

REGION II
NBI Regional Office - Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City
Bayombong District Office - Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
lsabela District Office - Ilagan, Isabela

REGION III
NBI Regional Office - San Fernando, Pampanga
Bulacan District Olftce - Malolos, Bulacan
Cabanatuan Dislrict Office - Cabanaluan City
Olongapo District Office - Upper Kalaklan, Olongapo City
Tarlac District Office - San Roque, Tarlac City
Marilao Municipal Hall -  Marilao, Bulacan

REGION IV-A
NBI Regional Office - Capitol Hills Batangas City
Cavite District Office –  Tagaytay City
Lucena District Office – Lucena City
Laguna District Office – City of Sta Rosa, Laguna
Montalban Rizal - Municipal Hall
Robinson's Cainta - Cainta, Rizal
Lipa City Hall - Batangas
Robinson's Dasmarinas - Cavite

REGION IV-B
NBI Regional Office – Calapan City
Puerto Princesa District Office – Puerto Princesa City, Palawan

REGION V
NBI Regional Office - Naga City
Legazpi District Office - Legazpi City

REGION VI
NBI Regional Office - Fort San Pedro Iloilo City
Bacolod District Office - Bacolod City

REGION VII
NBI Regional Office - Escario St., Capitol Site, Cebu City
Dumaguete District Office - Dumaguete City
Ormoc Gaisano - Capital Mall

REGION VIII 
Samar District Office - Capitol Site, Catbalogan City

REGION IX
NBI Regional Office - Zamboanqa City
Dipolog District Office - Sta Isabel, Dipolog City
Pagadian District Office - Capitol Compound, Pagadian City

REGION X
NBI Regional Office - Cagayan de Oro City
lligan District Office - Pala-o lliqan City

REGION XI
NBI Regional Office - Davao City
Tagum District Office - Visayan Village Tagum

REGION XII
NBI Regional Office - Koronadal City
Saranggani District Office - General Santos City

REGION XIII
NBI Regional Office - J Rosales Ave., Butuan City

ARMM 
NBI Regional Office - Cotabato City

For faster transaction, make sure that you bring at least two (2) Valid IDs and make sure to follow the appropriate dress code allowed in the NBI Clearance. The most important we can give you is please "Be on Time"! on your schedule of your appointment in processing your NBI Clearance.














No Classes in the City of Manila on Monday, 14 October 2013 - Office of the Mayor

No Classes in the City of Manila on 14 October 2013 due to Executive Order No. 31 by the Office of the Mayor declaring a suspension of classes in ALL Universities, Colleges, and Schools on Monday.

The Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) through its FYM foundation will be holding the "Kabayan ko Kapatid Ko Lingap sa Mamamayan" Medical-Dental missions in various places in the City of Manila. 1,600,000 delegates and INC members are expected to attend and hence the need to suspend classes as per recommendation of the Manila Police District (MPD) to help preserve peace and order and ensure public safety.

image credit to Isko Moreno Facebook page
Please be guided accordingly.

Republic of the Philippines
Office of the Mayor
City of Manila

Executive Order No.31
Series of 2013

AN ORDER DECLARING A SUSPENSION OF CLASSES IN ALL UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS IN THE CITY OF MANILA ON MONDAY, 14 OCTOBER 2013

WHEREAS, the Iglesia ni Cristo, through as FYM Foundation will hold an activity called "Kabayan Ko Kapatid Ko Lingap sa Mamamayan" (medical and dental missions) in various places in Manila on Monday 14 October 2013 from 10:00am to 7:00pm;

WHEREAS, about one million six hundred thousand (1,600,000) delegates and members of the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) are expected to attend the said activity;

WHEREAS, huge traffic congestion is expected in Manila by reason of the said event;

WHEREAS, as an act of extreme caution, the District Director of the Manila Police District, PCSUPT ISAGANI F. GENABE JR. has recommended the suspension of classes in all levels in all universities, colleges and schools in Manila to help in efforts to preserve peace and order and ensure public safety.

WHEREAS, the City of Manila finds the recommendation is order, particularly to ensure the safety of all students;

NOW THEREFORE by virtue of the powers vested in me,I, JOSEPH EJERCITO ESTRADA, do hereby order the suspension of classes in all levels in all universities, colleges and schools in the City of Manila on Monday, 14 October 2013.

Work suspension in all private and public offices in Manila shall rest in  the discretion of their responsible officers.

This order shall take effect immediately.

DONE, in the City of Manila 11th Day of October, the year or our Lord, Two Thousand and Thirteen.

JOSEPH EJERCITO ESTRADA
City Mayor

Please visit Isko Moreno Facebook page for more details and latest updates.


Philippine List of Holidays for 2014


















There are more than 2 more months remaining before the year ends but Malacañang has already declared the Philippine List of Holidays for 2014. You may now start planning your 2014 vacations this early as we will be expecting about 4 long weekends next year as per stated in Proclamation No. 655 signed by President Benigno Aquino on September 25.

First long weekend will be after January 31 (Friday) which has been declared as a special non-working holiday for the Chinese New Year. Next will be Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, April 17 and 18, which are regular holidays for the observance of the Holy Week.

Christmas will fall on Thusrday next year which is a regular holiday will make December 26 a "dia pichido" and declared as a special non-working day making it another long weekend to watch for.

Here is the Philippine List Holidays for 2014:

List of Regular Holidays
  • January 1 – New Year’s Day (Wednesday)
  • April 9 – Araw ng Kagitingan (Wednesday)
  • April 17 – Maundy Thursday
  • April 18 – Good Friday
  • May 1 – Labor Day (Thursday)
  • June 12 – Independence Day (Thursday)
  • August 25 – National Heroes Day (Monday)
  • November 30 – Bonifacio Day (Sunday)
  • December 25 – Christmas Day (Thursday)
  • December 30 – Rizal Day (Tuesday)
Special Non-Working holidays
  • January 31 – Chinese New Year (Friday)
  • April 19 – Black Saturday
  • August 21 – Ninoy Aquino Day (Thursday)
  • November 1 – All Saints Day (Saturday)
  • December 24 – (Wednesday)
  • December 26 – (Friday)
  • December 31 – (Wednesday)
Special Holiday (for all schools)
  • February 25 – Anniversary EDSA Revolution (Tuesday)
Moreover, national holidays for the observance of Eid’l Fitr and Eidul Adha will be annoucned after their dates have been determined in accordance with the Islamic calendar.


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Class Suspension for September 23, 2013 Monday (as of 7:17 PM)


















Class Suspension for September 23, 2013, Monday (as of 7:17 PM). Here's list of school, colleges and universities that have declared suspension of classes for Today, Monday, Sept. 23. This is due to many parts of Metro Manila and nearby areas are experiencing heavy rains.

METRO MANILA
  • Caloocan City (all levels)
  • Las Piñas City (all levels)
  • Makati City (preschool to highschool)
  • Malabon City (all levels)
  • Mandaluyong City (preschool to highschool)
  • Manila (all levels)
  • Makati (all levels)
  • Marikina City (all levels)
  • Muntinlupa City (preschool to highschool)
  • Navotas City (all levels)
  • Parañaque City (preschool to highschool classes in public schools)
  • Pasay City (preschool to highschool)
  • Pasig City (preschool to highschool)
  • Pateros (preschool to highschool)
  • San Juan City (preschool to highschool)
  • Quezon City (all levels)
  • Taguig City (all levels)
  • Valenzuela City (preschool to highschool)
PROVINCES
  • Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro (preschool to highschool)
  • Angono, Rizal (preschool to highschool)
  • Bataan (all levels)
  • Bocaue, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Bulakan, Bulacan (preschool to highschool)
  • Cainta, Rizal (preschool to highschool)
  • Calatagan, Batangas (preschool to highschool)
  • Cavite (all levels)
  • Laguna (all levels)
  • Marilao, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Olongapo City (all levels)
  • Pulilan, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Rodriguez, Rizal (preschool to highschool)
  • San Mateo, Rizal (preschool to highschool)
  • Sta. Maria, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Taytay, Rizal (preschool to elementary)
  • Tuy, Batangas (all levels)
SCHOOLS
  • DLSU Manila, all campuses, all levels, including work
  • Manila Central University, pre-school to high school
  • Miriam College, Quezon City, pre-school to high school
  • Montessori Integrated School, pre-school to high school
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela
  • PUP Bataan Campus
  • PUP Laguna Campuses (Biñan, Calauan, San Pedro and Sta. Rosa)
  • PUP Maragondon, Cavite Campus
  • PUP Quezon City Campus
  • PUP Sta. Mesa, Manila
  • PUP Taguig
  • UE Caloocan, all levels
  • UE Manila, all levels
  • UST, all levels and work
  • Valenzuela City Polytechnic College

image from DZMM Teleradyo Facebook page
SOURCE: #walangpasok (as of 7:17 pm, September 13, 2013)

Class Suspension for August 22, Thursday (as of 5:00 PM, Aug. 21)


















Here's list of school, colleges and universities that have declared suspension of classes for tomorrow, Thursday, August 22, 2013. Due to many parts of Metro Manila and nearby areas are still flooded as a result of  southwest monsoon rains enhanced by tropical storm "Maring." (as of 5:00PM, Aug. 21 via #walangpasok

METRO MANILA
  • Caloocan (Classes in all levels)
  • Las Piñas First District (Classes from PUBLIC preschool to highschool)
  • Makati (August 22 to 23, classes in all levels)
  • Malabon (August 22 to 23, classes in all levels)
  • Mandaluyong (Classes in all levels)
  • Manila (Classes in all levels)
  • Marikina (August 22 to 23, classes in all levels)
  • Muntinlupa (August 22 to 23, classes from preschool to highschool)
  • Navotas (Classes in all levels)
  • Pasig (Classes from PUBLIC preschool to elementary)
  • Pasay (August 22 to 23, classes in all levels)
  • Parañaque (Classes in all levels)
  • Pateros (August 22 to 23, classes from PUBLIC preschool to highschool)
  • Quezon City (Classes RESUME except in the following schools used as evacuation centers: Diosdado Macapagal Elementary School, San Gabriel Elementary School, Fairview Elementary School, Bagong Silangan Elementary School and High School.)
  • Taguig (PUBLIC school classes in all levels; suspension of classes in private schools at the school admin's discretion)
  • Valenzuela (August 22 to 23, classes from preschool to highschool)
PROVINCES
  • Bataan (Classes in all levels)
  • Balagtas, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
  • Baliwag, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
  • Bulakan, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
  • Calumpit, Bulacan (August 22 to 23, classes in all levels)
  • Guiguinto, Bulacan (Classes from preschool to highschool)
  • Hagonoy, Bulacan (Classes from preschool to highschool)
  • Malolos, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
  • Marilao, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
  • Meycauayan, Bulacan (Classes in all levels)
  • Cavite (Classes in all levels)
  • Dagupan City (Classes in all levels)
  • Laguna (August 22 to 23, classes in all levels)
  • Pampanga (Classes in all levels)
  • Pangasinan (Classes in all levels)
  • San Mateo, Rizal (August 22 to 23, classes in all levels)

SCHOOLS, COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
  • Adamson University (Classes in all levels and office operations)
  • Asia Pacific College (August 22 to 23; office operations resume on August 23)
  • Assumption College (Classes and office operations will resume on Tuesday, August 27)
  • Ateneo Law School
  • Centro Escolar University-Malolos (Classes in all levels and office operations)
  • Centro Escolar University-Manila (Classes in all levels and office operations)
  • De La Salle Araneta University (August 22 to 23)
  • De La Salle College of Saint Benilde
  • De La Salle University (Classes in all levels and office operations)
  • De La Salle University-Dasmariñas (Classes in all levels and office operations)
  • De La Salle University-Science and Technology Complex and Makati campuses (August 22 to 23, classes in all levels and office operations)
  • De La Salle University-Ortigas (Classes in all levels and office operations)
  • Emilio Aguinaldo College-Manila
  • Far Eastern University Manila and East Asia College campuses
  • Jose Rizal University (Classes in all levels)
  • Kolehiyo ng Guiguinto
  • La Consolacion University Philippines (Classes in all levels)
  • La Salle Green Hills High School
  • Letran Manila (Classes in all levels)
  • Letran Bataan
  • Lyceum of the Philippines-Manila
  • Mapua Institute of Technology Intramuros (August 22 only) and Makati (August 22 to 23)
  • Manila Central University (Classes in all levels)
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela (August 22 to 23)
  • Philippine College of Criminology-Manila Law College (Classes in all levels and office operations)
  • Philippine Women's University Taft, HS & JASMS Indiana campuses (Classes in all levels)
  • Saint Francis of Assisi College, St. Anthony School (Classes in all levels, on all campuses)
  • San Beda College of Law-Manila (August 22 to 24)
  • San Pedro College of Business Administration (August 22 to 23)
  • Santa Isabel College (Classes in all levels)
  • St. Scholastica's College (Classes in all levels; Teachers & staff must report for clean up operations)
  • Technological University of the Philippines-Manila
  • University of Perpetual Help-Biñan campus (August 22 to 23)
  • University of Santo Tomas (Classes in all levels and office operations)
  • University of the Philippines-Los Baños (August 22 to 23)
  • Valenzuela Polytechnic College (August 22 to 23)
  • Xavier School Nuvali (August 22 to 23)
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SOURCE: #walangpasok (as of 5:00 pm, August 21, 2013)


PAGASA Weather Forecast as of August 20, 2013 5:00 AM


















Issued At: 5:00 a.m., 20 August 2013
Valid Beginning: 5:00 a.m. today until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow

Synopsis:
Southwest Monsoon affecting Luzon and Visayas. Meanwhile, at 4:00 a.m. today, Tropical Storm "MARING" (TRAMI) was estimated based on all available data at 600 km East of Itbayat, Batanes (20.5°N, 128.4°E) with maximum sustained winds of 95 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 120 kph. It is forecast to move North at 11 kph.

Forecast:
The whole of Luzon and Western Visayas will experience monsoon rains which may trigger flashfloods and landslides. The rest of Visayas will have cloudy skies with light to moderate rainshowers and thunderstorms. Mindanao will be partly cloudy to cloudy with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms.

Moderate to strong winds blowing from the southwest will prevail throughout the archipelago and the coastal waters will be moderate to rough.





PAGASA issued RED RAINFALL Warning as of August 20 2013 7:30 AM

Red Rainfall Warning Number 17A
Weather System: Southwest Monsoon enhanced by Tropical Storm MARING

Target Areas: Metro Manila
Issued at: 7:30 AM, 20 August 2013 (Tuesday)

Heavy to torrential rains is affecting Metro Manila, Rizal, Laguna, Bulacan, Zambales, Cavite, Bataan, Pampanga and Occidental Mindoro. Meanwhile, moderate to heavy rains is affecting Batangas, Laguna and Quezon and most likely to continue for the next 3hrs.

SEVERE FLOODING is expected.

ALL are advised to take precautionary measure and watch for the next advisory


Class Suspension for Today, August 20, 2013, Tuesday as of 6:55 a.m.


















CLASS SUSPENSION for Today, August 20, 2013, Tuesday as of 6:55 a.m.

METRO MANILA
  • Caloocan City (all levels)
  • Las Piñas City (all levels)
  • Makati City (all levels)
  • Malabon City (all levels)
  • Mandaluyong City (all levels)
  • Manila City (all levels)
  • Marikina (preschool to high school)
  • Muntinlupa City (all levels)
  • Navotas City (all levels)
  • Parañaque City (all levels)
  • Pateros City (all levels)
  • Pasay City (all levels)
  • Pasig City (all levels)
  • Quezon City (all levels)
  • San Juan City (all levels)
  • Taguig City (all levels)
  • Valenzuela City (preschool to high school)
PROVINCE
  • Angeles, Pampanga (preschool to high school)
  • Antipolo, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  • Bataan (all levels)
  • Batangas (all levels)
  • Cainta, Rizal (all levels)
  • Cavite (all levels)
  • Laguna (all levels)
  • Pangasinan (preschool to high school)
  • Baliuag, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Bocaue, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • Calumpit, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Hagonoy, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • Malolos, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • Meycauayan, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Obando, Bulacan (all levels)
  • San Jose del Monte, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • Dagupan, Pangasinan (all levels)
  • Angono, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  • San Mateo, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  • Taytay, Rizal (all levels)
  • Tanay, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  • Rodriguez, Rizal (all levels)
  • San Fernando, Pampanga (all levels)
SCHOOL
  • Ateneo de Manila University (all levels)
  • Ateneo Law School
  • Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Arellano University – Main, Mandaluyong, Pasay, Malabon campuses (all levels and office operations)
  • Baliuag University (all levels)
  • Central Colleges of the Philippines (all classes and office operations)
  • Centro Escolar University – Manila, Malolos Campus (all classes and office operations)
  • De La Salle University – Dasmariñas (all levels and office operations)
  • De La Salle University – Taft and STC, Makati, and Ortigas (all levels and office operations)
  • De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde
  • De La Salle Lipa (preschool to high school)
  • Don Bosco Technical College
  • Far Eastern University – Manila; FEU East Asia College; and FEU Makati (all levels and office operations)
  • Fatima University – Valenzuela, QC, Antipolo, Pampanga (all levels)
  • FEATI (Far East Air Transport Incorporated) University
  • La Verdad Christian College, Caloocan
  • Letran, Manila
  • Mapúa Institute of Technology (all levels)
  • Makati Medical Center College
  • Miriam College, Quezon City (all levels)
  • National University (all levels and office operations
  • Perpetual Help – College of Manila (all levels)
  • Philippine Women’s University – PWU Taft, PWU HS, JASMS INDIANA, JASMS QC (all levels and office operations)
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Bataan (all levels)
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Parañaque (all levels)
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon (all levels)
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – San Pedro, Laguna (all levels)
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sta. Mesa, Manila (all levels)
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sta. Rosa, Laguna (all levels)
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sto.Tomas, Batangas (all levels)
  • Saint Francis of Assisi College (all levels, all campuses)
  • San Pedro College of Business Administration (all levels)
  • San Sebastian College – Recoletos, Manila (all levels and office operations)
  • St. Paul University, Manila and Quezon City
  • STI College, Balagtas, Bulacan
  • University of Asia and the Pacific (all levels and office operations)
  • University of the East, Manila and Caloocan (all levels)
  • University of the Philippines – Diliman, Manila, Los Banos
  • University of Perpetual Help – Biñan Campus (all levels)
  • University of Santo Tomas (all levels and office operations)
  • Letran, Manila (all levels)
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University – Cavite (all levels)
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University – Manila (all levels)
  • Xavier School Nuvali (all levels)
GOVERNMENT OFFICES
  • Courts of the National Capital Judicial Region, including the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, Court of Tax Appeals, and Sandiganbayan. (For courts outside NCR, discretion is given to the Executive Judges to suspend.)
  • Senate
  • Pasay City Hall
  • Quezon City Hall
  • Commission on Elections (COMELEC) offices in NCR (both field and main)
Stay safe everyone!


SOURCE: via #‎WalangPASOK‬ 

Class Suspension for August 20, Tuesday (as of 7PM, Aug. 19)


















Here's list of school, colleges and universities that have declared suspension of classes for tomorrow, August 20, 2013. Many parts of Metro Manila and nearby areas are flooded amid southwest monsoon rains enhanced by tropical storm "Maring." (as of 8:19PM, Aug. 19) 
METRO MANILA: (ALL LEVELS)
  • Las Piñas City
  • Manila City
  • Muntinlupa City
  • Parañaque City
  • Pateros City
  • San Juan City
  • Taguig City
PRE SCHOOL to HIGH SCHOOL
  • Mandaluyong City
  • Pasay City
  • Valenzuela City
PROVINCE: (ALL LEVELS)
  • Bataan
  • Cavite
  • Dagupan
  • Laguna 
  • Pangasinan (Classes from pre-school to high school)*
SCHOOLS: (ALL LEVELS)
  • De La Salle University – Dasmariñas 
  • De La Salle University – Taft and STC Campuses
  • Far Eastern University – Manila; FEU East Asia College; and FEU Makati 
  • Perpetual Help – College of Manila
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Bataan
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Parañaque
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – San Pedro, Laguna
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sta. Rosa, Laguna
  • Saint Francis of Assisi College
  • San Pedro College of Business Administration
  • University of Perpetual Help – Biñan Campus
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University – Cavite
  • San Sebastian College
  • University of Perpetual Help – Biñan Campus
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University – Cavite
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University – Manila
  • Xavier School Nuvali
  • University of Santo Tomas
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SOURCE:via #walangpasok

Class Suspensions August 19, MONDAY as of (Aug. 18) 11:17 PM


















Here's the latest list of schools, colleges and universities that have declared suspension of classes and even areas of work for Monday, August 19, 2013. This is due to Southwest Monsoon affecting the whole country the Tropical Storm "MARING".

BATAAN — All Levels, private and public schools
Pateros city — All Levels, private and public schools
MALABON — All Levels, private and public schools
Paranaque City — All Levels, private and public schools
Marikina City — All Levels, private and public schools
Mandaluyong City — All Levels, private and public schools
Las Pinas — All Levels, private and public schools
San Juan City — All Levels, private and public schools
Makati City — All Levels, private and public schools
Manila City — All Levels, private and public schools
Valenzuela City — Kinder and Preschool
Taguig City — pre-school, elementary and high school levels
Pasay City — pre-school, elementary and high school levels
NAVOTAS — pre-school, elementary and high school levels
Pasig City — Kinder and Preschool
QUEZON City — All Levels, private and public schools and work via Manuel L. Quezon Day
AURORA Province — All Levels, private and public schools and work via Manuel L. Quezon Day
QUEZON Province — All Levels, private and public schools and work via Manuel L. Quezon Day
MUNTINLUPA: No classes from preschool to high school, public and private
Caloocan — All Levels, private and public schools
Cavite Province — Daycare, elementary and high school levels
Santa Rosa, Laguna — PreSchool to High School both private and public schools
Laguna Province — All Levels, private and public schools
Subic, Zambales — All Levels, private and public schools
ANTIPOLO — pre-school, elementary and high school levels
TAYTAY, RIZAL — All Levels, private and public schools
cAINTA, RIZAL — All Levels, private and public schools
MONTALBAN, RIZAL — All Levels, private and public schools
ANGELES, PAMPANGA — pre-elementary to high school, both public & private

BOCAUE:
- Pres-school, Elementary, and High School
- Both Public and Private

MALOLOS CITY:
- Pres-school, Elementary, and High School
- Both Public and Private

HAGONOY:
- Pres-school, Elementary and High School
- Both Public and Private

MARILAO:
- Pres-school, Elementary, High School and College
- Both Public and Private

OBANDO:
- Pres-school, Elementary, High School and College
- Both Public and Private


SOURCE:via #walangpasok



Class Suspensions for August 19, MONDAY as of 9:57PM


















Here's the updated list schools, colleges and universities that have declared suspension of classes and even areas of work for tomorrow, August 19, 2013. This is due to Southwest Monsoon affecting the whole country the Tropical Storm "MARING".

Metro Manila
  • City of Manila - No classes Elementary and High School and College, both public and private
  • San Juan City - No classes All levels, both public and private
  • Pateros - No classes on all levels
  • Mandaluyong - No classes Elementary and High Schol, both public and private
  • Marikina - No classes on all levels, both public and private
  • Valenzuela City - No classes Pre school, Day care students and Kinder
  • Wawang Pulo, Valenzuela City - No classes Elementary and High School
  • Pasig - No classes Pre school and Kinder
  • Cainta - No classes on all levels, both public and private
  • Taguig - No classes Elementary and High School, both public and private
  • Pasay - No classes Elementary and High School, both public and private
  • Muntinlupa - No classes Pre school to High School
  • Caloocan City - No classes on all levels, both private and pulic
  • Parañaque - No classes on all levels, both public and private
  • Makati - No classes on all levels, both private and public
  • Las Piñas - No classes Pre school to High School
Provinces:
  • Dinalupihan, Bataan - No classes on all levels
  • Obando, Bulacan - No classes on all levels, both public and private
  • Benguet - No classes on all levels
  • San Mateo - No classes Elementary and High School, both public and private
  • Rosario, Cavite - No classes on all levels, both public and private
  • Cavite - No classes Pre school, Elementary and High School, both public and private
  • Hagonoy, Bulacan - No classes Pre school, Elementary and High School, both public and private
  • Sta. Rosa, Laguna - No classes Pre scholl, Elementary and High School
  • Rodriguez, Rizal - No classes on all levels
  • Taytay, Rizal - No classes on all levels, both public and private
  • Subic, Zambales - No classes on all levels, both public and private
  • Olongapo City - No classes Elementary and High School, both public and private
Schools:
  • St. Scholastica Manila High School - No classes on all levels
  • La Salle Greenhills High School - No classes
  • Aguinaldo International High School (Ermita, Manila) - No classes on all levels
  • University of Sto. Tomas - No classes on all levels, including office work
  • Sta. Isabel College, Manila - No classes on all levels
image from DZMM Teleradyo Facebook page
SOURCE:#walangpasok


PAGASA Weather Forecast as of August 18, 2013


















Issued at: 5:00 p.m., 18 August 2013

Synopsis:
Southwest Monsoon affecting the whole country. Meanwhile, At 4:00 p.m. today, Tropical Storm "MARING" (TRAMI) was estimated based on all available data at 560 km East of Itbayat, Batanes (20.7°N, 127.9°E) with maximum sustained winds of 65 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 80 kph. It is forecast to move East Northeast at 7 kph.

Forecast:
Metro Manila, Ilocos Region, CALABARZON and the provinces of Benguet, Zambales, Bataan and Occidental Mindoro will experience Monsoon Rains which may trigger flashfloods and landslides. Mindanao, Western Visayas and the rest of Luzon will have cloudy skies with light to moderate rainshowers and thunderstorms. The rest of Visayas will be partly cloudy to cloudy with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms.

Moderate to strong winds blowing from the southwest will prevail throughout the archipelago and the coastal waters will be moderate to rough.

Satellite Image at: 5:00 p.m., 18 August 2013
Visit www.dost.pagasa.gov.ph for more details and latest updates.


Class Suspension due to Typhoon "Labuyo"


















Amidst the inclement weather conditions due to Typhoon Labuyo (Utor), some cities in Metro Manila have already announced the suspension of classes at different levels.

It has been anticipated as the typhoon started to affect huge part of Luzon with heavy rains. Storm signal were also hoisted to cities and provinces where Typhoon Labuyo is expected to landfall.

August 12, 2013 Class Suspension due to Typhoon "Labuyo"
Here's the list of  areas which have declared class suspensions for Monday (August 12, 2013):
  • Manila (Preschool, Elementary - public and private)
  • Mandaluyong (Preschool, elementary & high school - public and private)
  • Pateros (All levels - public and private)
  • San Juan (All levels - public and private)
  • Makati (Preschool, elementary & high school - public and private)
  • Marikina (Preschool, & elementary - public and private)
  • Caloocan (Preschool, & elementary - public and private)
  • Malabon (Preschool, & elementary - public and private)
  • Las Piñas (All levels - public and private)
  • Angeles, Pampangas (Preschool, elementary & high school - public and private)
  • Muntinlupa (Preschool, & elementary - public and private)
  • Dagupan, Pangasinan (Preschool, elementary & high school - public and private)
  • Cainta, Rizal (Preschool, elementary & high school - public and private)
  • Taguig (Preschool, & elementary (public and private)
  • Pasig (Preschool, elementary & high school - public and private)
  • Navotas (Preschool, elementary & high school - public and private)
  • Parañaque (Preschool, elementary & high school (public and private)
  • Laguna (All levels - public and private)


PAGASA Weather Forecast:
as of 4:00 PM August 11, 2013
Cagayan Valley, the regions of Cordillera and Ilocos, Camarines Provinces, Rizal, Northern Quezon, Bulacan, Pampanga and Tarlac will experience stormy weather with rough to very rough seas. Metro Manila, the rest of CALABARZON and of Bicol Region, Zambales and Bataan will have rains with gusty winds with moderate to rough seas. The rest of the country will be cloudy with moderate to occasionally heavy rainshowers and thunderstorms which may trigger flashfloods and landslides. 

Moderate to strong winds blowing from the southwest will prevail over the rest of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and the coastal waters along these areas will be moderate to rough. SOURCE


Typhoon "LABUYO" PAGASA Weather Forecast


















Typhoon "LABUYO" PAGASA Weather Forecast (as of Aug. 11, 2013)

SYNOPSIS:
At 4:00 am today, Typhoon "LABUYO" was located at 375 km East of Daet, Camarines Norte (14.3°N, 126.7°E) with maximum sustained winds of 140 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 170 kph. It is forecast to move West Northwest at 19 kph.

FORECAST:
Catanduanes, Isabela, Ifugao, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Aurora, Quirino, Polillo Island and Camarines Provinces will experience stormy weather with rough with very rough seas. Metro Manila, the regions of Ilocos and Cordillera, the rest of Cagayan Valley, of Central Luzon, of Calabarzon and of Bicol Region, and the provinces of Marinduque and Northern Samar will have rains with gusty winds with moderate to rough seas. The rest of the country will be cloudy with moderate to ocassionally heavy rainshowers and thunderstorms which may trigger flashfloods and landslides.

Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Southwest will prevail over Palawan, Visayas and Mindanao and the coastal waters along these areas will be moderate to rough.



Issued At: 5:00 a.m., 11 August 2013
Valid Beginning: 5:00 a.m. today until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow

SOURCE: www.dost.pagasa.gov.ph


First Philippine Stem Cell Therapy Summit August 19-20, 2013


















Dr. Samuel Bernal and Dr. Vicky Belo, two famous personalities when it comes to Stem Cell Therapy, are featured speakers in the FIRST PHILIPPINE STEM CELL THERAPY SUMMIT to be held on August 19-20 at Crowne Plaza Galleria.



Dr. Samuel Bernal is a world renown cancer specialist. He has been in the news recently, especially after treating Liezel Martinez of Stage 4 Cancer. Educated at Johns Hopkins’ and Harvard Medical School, Dr. Bernal is currently Professor Emeritus of Medicine at the University of California-Los Angeles, member of American Association of Clinical Oncologists, the American Association of Cancer Researchers and a recognized cancer investigator with the US National Institutes of Health.

As a lawyer, his legal expertise includes cases on medical malpractice, medical product liability as well as Federal Drug Administration (FDA) and Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) regulations in the testing, approval, advertising and marketing of health products.

Dr. Bernal will talk about Global Trends in Stem Cell Therapy in the First Philippine Stem Cell Therapy Summit.

Dr. Vicki Belo, more popularly known as the "Ambassadress of Beauty" or "Doctor to the Stars," is the medical director of the Belo Medical Group, which serves its patients through nine clinics - eight in Metro Manila and one in Cebu.

She has pioneered liposuction in the country and has been doing her significant share of boosting Philippine medical tourism. With the help of her growing roster of celebrity talents, she has likewise propelled the Belo Medical Group to the forefront of cosmetic surgery.

Dr. Belo will talk about Stem Cell Therapy Auto Grafting in the First Philippine Stem Cell Therapy Summit.

This event will be beneficial for those people who are considering Stem Cell Therapy for the treatment of their cancer, diabetes, heart problems, neurological disorders, eye problems, rejuvenation or looks improvement. It will also help widen the knowledge of Doctors / General Practitioners and explain Stem Cell Therapy fully to their patients.

Other highlights are the talk of other top doctors from Makati Medical Center, St. Luke’s Medical Center, The Medical City, National Kidney Transplant Institute, Lung Center of the Philippines, Manila Adventist Medical Center, Asian Stem Cell Institute, Philippine Society for Stem Cell Medicine, etc. Likewise, the Department of Health (DOH) will also give the guidelines and regulations for the practice of Stem Cell Therapy. We will also have testimonials from RFM Chairman, Mr. Jose “JoeCon” Concepcion and from other people who have successfully undergone stem cell therapy

Don’t miss this momentous event. For inquiries or questions, please call at 904-8156, 904-8856, 904-1782, 470-1055 or 470-1057 or text 0905-3364486. You can also visit www.stemcellsummitph.com or www.powermaxph.com

Visit Powermax Consulting Group, Inc. Facebook page for more details and latest updates.


Apple Announced 128GB iPad 4 with Retina Display


















Apple (AAPL) has finally confirmed the availability of a 128GB version of its fourth-generation iPad tablet on 29 January. The 128GB iPad with Wi-Fi and iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular models are equipped with twice the internal storage capacity of the previous 64GB models to cater even more content including photos, documents, projects, presentations, books, movies, TV shows, music and apps. The new slates are identical to its predecessors sporting same specs except for the available internal storage is doubled.


Apple 128GB iPad is integrated with a gorgeous 9.7-inch Retina display, A6X chip designed by Apple, FaceTime HD camera, runs on iOS 6.1 and faster wireless performance. iOS 6.1 includes support for additional LTE networks. This is said to be a stone’s throw away from an entry-level MacBook Air meaning it can perform almost as an actual computer.



Apple 128GB iPad versions of the 4th gen iPad, in black or white chassis, is set to be available starting Tuesday, February 5. The iPad with Wi-Fi model will cost you $799 (US) while the iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular model will be yours for $929 (US). 128GB iPad versions will be sold through the Apple Online Store (www.apple.com), Apple retail stores and selected Apple Authorized Resellers.

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How to Spend your Money wisely this Christmas Season



















It's Yuletide season coming for us and we are looking forward for a festive celebration with our loved ones. The time that we learn to share the blessings. Exciting isn’t it? This is the time when people get together and share moments with friends and relatives. Overspending during this season is almost unnoticeable; from Christmas decorations to delightful foods to share. We want it to be as bountiful as it could be but we also want to begin the coming year may not be prosperous but in a financially sound position, right? Then we should be aware how to spend money over this period.

Probably most of us had already received their 13th month pay and exciting Christmas bonuses. And a few a weeks ago, we have already drawn up our shopping lists in anticipation for this special time of year.  Surely most of us will receive their salary earlier than Christmas Day itself and unfortunately the next payout may be on the 2nd week of the 1st month next year. So we might end-up "nga-nga" (gaping) for the following year if we don't manage our expenses sensibly.

Then what's the best way to avoid overspending this Christmas? Just simply not to be one of the statistics of over-spender and be part of the statistics who spend their money wisely.

So how are we going to spend your hard-earned money wisely? Here are some tips that you may consider :

            1. Instill a positive value of smart spending .

It's a cliché, "Everyday is Christmas". Imagine that you'll spend a lot for Christmas daily. Like everyday living, we should spend for what is really necessary.

            2. Prioritize your priorities.

Allot a reasonable budget for this season and include all debt, rent, electricity, water, transportation, gifts, and entertainment. Avoid "Mañana Habit" in paying your dues. And don't forget to add a percentage on your savings.


            3. Shop wisely.

Shop around for cheaper options but don't forget to check out the quality. There are shopping centers that offer quality items at cheaper values. Just a friendly reminder, be a little keen with the items that you are going to purchase.

           4. Make it a simple project for you and your family

Yuletide season may also entitle short vacation for many. You will have enough time to make presents for loved ones. Bake cookies, compile pictures and videos creatively, make some cards. These all cost much less than buying something in the shops and will mean more to whom you dedicate them.
This may also be your moment in time when you can do some experimental cooking. Instead of buying cooked ham, you could make it on your own. Grab your long kept cooking book or go to video streaming sites for wide variety of cooking tutorials. 

            Most of us would want a feast-like celebration but we should also think practically as much as possible. Surely we don’t want to end up with nothing the next day. Let’s be wiser with money management and avoid being the so-called “one day millionaire”. There would be better ways to celebrate without leaving your pockets empty. Think before you pick.


May we all have a blessed and merrier Christmas!

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CAUGHT ON TAPE | Motorist mauls MMDA enforcer video is now viral on Social Media Sites


















Check out this viral video where motorist mauls the MMDA Enforcer, the traffic enforcer is identified as Saturnino Fabros and according in T3(TV5 show), the motorist identified as Robert Blair Carabuena. The said incident happened Saturday at Capitol Hills Drive corner Tandang Sora in Quezon City. The said video in now viral and trending in different social network, video streaming and blog sites.


MMDA Enforcer Fabros stated  in the interview " Nagpa-GO ako dito kanina, sila nman dumiretso, tapos nung sinabihan ko bakit sila dumiretso, sila pa ang nagalit, yun na, bumaba na sila, sinapak ako".  MMDA Officials and Mr. Fabros will file appropriate charges of direct assault against Mr. Carabuena.


Statement of MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino on the Saturnino Fabros Incident

We at the MMDA condemn to the highest degree the physical assault perpetrated by an abusive and violent motorist on our hapless traffic enforcer who was just enforcing traffic laws.

This, I believe, is the last thing the MMDA can afford. It defames the person of Mr. Saturnino Fabros, the undersigned as chief executive of the office, as well as the MMDA's.

Mr. Fabros was just doing his job dutifully as a traffic enforcer. The actions of Mr. Robert Blair Carabuena showed total disregard for a person of authority and a blatant disrespect for the law.

A public apology is demanded from Mr. Carabuena, not only for Mr. Fabros, but for the entire Authority, which he unjustly and intentionally offended.

All support will be given to Mr. Fabros in his search for justice in the proper court.

I urge the MMDA community to continue the good work that we have shown for the past years, and because of your support and cooperation, we have served the public and achieved our mission with sincerity, and integrity. 

Keep in mind that this incident should not have happened in the first place. Nonetheless, I trust that this unfortunate spectacle shall become an example for all motorists on how to behave and conduct themselves. 


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