Wendell Ramos weds longtime beau

 

 

By Boy Villasanta

 

Straight from the fiesta of the eve of Our Lady of Loreto’s parish fiesta in Sampaloc, Manila where Wendell Ramos spent most of his youth, the actor made second matrimonial vows when he tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Kai Guevarra Saturday afternoon at the National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians in Parañaque City.

            Wendell and Kai finally decided to make official their bond when they were already certain about their stability as persons in love, according to most of their friends and associates.

            Among the sponsors in the nuptials…

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Bong Revilla’s sis celebrates birthday in his detention cell

 

By Boy Villasanta

 

It’s next to impossible to secure a permit from authorities to visit Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr. at the Philippine National Police Custodial Center in Camp Crame. Add to that, attempts to phone patch with a visitor inside his cell is absolutely impossible as cell phones are banned inside.

 

            It was Bong’s sis Andrea Bautista-Ynares’ birthday Sunday afternoon but we didn’t have the official pass to be able to greet her and him.

 

            But according to veteran entertainment writer Alice Vergara, the actor promised that we’d be allowed to meet up with…

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Be not deceived by beverage lobbies against beverage tax, Rep. Belaro

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Rep. Salvador Belaro Jr., 1-Ang Edukasyon Partylist, author of bills on healthy drinks and school nutrition, asked the public, particularly the students and sari sari store owners, not to believe in the campaigns of beverage companies against the beverage tax and citing the health benefits of softdrinks on nutrition.

 

In a statement, Belaro said “1-Ang Edukasyon Party-list has long campaigned for better nutrition for Filipinos especially students and the youth. The proposed beverage tax in the TRAIN tax reform bill and the various school nutrition bills I filed are proof of…

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Govt. spending up by 28% in October

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Government spent a total of P226.9 billion in October, up by 28.2 percent, the highest growth recorded this year. Its cumulative January to October expenditure rose to P2.241 trillion, or an increase of 10 percent year on year.

 

The jump was traced to the current operating expenditure, which rose by 35.2 percent to P164.1 billion in October driven by the growth in maintenance and other operating expenditures, which grew by 111 percent reaching P40.4 billion.

 

This was traced to the release of cash assistance under…

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CONSUMER GROUP WANTS HIGHER CIGAR TAXES

By Mico Agustin

CONSUMER advocates have expressed frustration over the failure of the Senate to include in its approved version of Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act proposed measures seeking to impose higher taxes on cigarettes and other tobacco products.
Ray Junia, convenor of Institute for Institute for Consumer Research and Empowerment (ICORE) said they felt cheated as the senators left out proposals to raise taxes on cigarettes.

Healthier Filipinos
“We are certainly frustrated. The senators could have seized the moment by including proposals to raise tobacco taxes, and in the process create a new generation of healthier Filipinos…

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