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Lights Out!

Have you heard about the Lights Out campaign?

People are being encouraged to turn out their lights for an hour on Monday 4th August, in order to commemorate the start of the First World War, leaving only one light or candle lit. 53 more words

Oxfam’s Nationwide Fundraising Festival Comes to Wolverhampton!

As well as being a blogger, bringing you lovely people local news and events going on throughout Wolverhampton, many of you may have recently noticed I’ve been lucky enough to team up with the charity Oxfam. 1,081 more words

Wolverhampton

Events and milestones

Congratulations Philippines!

You are now a country of 100,000,000th people and counting!

But, is this really a time to rejoice?

If we were just talking about numbers it won’t probably cease mesmerizing us at how a poor, third world country was able reach that number in so short a time. 355 more words

Government

The DAP controversy

The Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) issue got passionately controversial when, on one hand, the Supreme Court (SC) ruled some of the acts and practices by the executive branch on the DAP as unconstitutional and, on the other hand, the executive branch (translated as President Aquino/PNoy) sticking to his belief that his action on the DAP did not violate the law – or so he thinks. 498 more words

Government

Binay tops presidential survey

Pulse Asia survey once again shows that Vice President Jejomar Binay is the man to beat in the 2016 presidential elections.

Is Binay the best there is? 430 more words

Government

Despicable side of Enrile

I have written a lot about Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile, although his despicable side always far outweighs whatever respectable side he has.

Opportunistic and calculating that he is, he always knew when to get out of a situation. 222 more words

Politics

World Bank lauds PNoy performance

President Benigno Aquino’s (PNoy) trust and approval ratings have taken a dive and is now at its lowest according to Pulse Asia who made the survey that covered the period when the administration’s Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) was declared as partially unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. 452 more words

Government