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Friday, March 24, 2017

PCSO Lotto Results For Friday, March 25, 2017 Draws

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The Latest Philippine PCSO Lotto Results for Friday, March 25, 2017 Draws:

LOTTO GAME:  4-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/25/2017
EVENING 9:00PM:  0-9-2-3
JACKPOT PRIZE:  10,000.00
WINNER(S):  108
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  Suertres 3-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/25/2017
MORNING 11AM:  1-2-6
WINNER(S):  602
AFTERNOON 4PM:  7-8-9
WINNER(S):  529
EVENING 9PM:  2-5-8
WINNER(S):  1497
JACKPOT PRIZE:  4,500.00
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  EZ2 2-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/25/2017
MORNING 11AM:  01-25
WINNER(S):  257
AFTERNOON 4PM:  26-28
WINNER(S):  232
EVENING 9PM:  18-13
WINNER(S):  293
JACKPOT PRIZE:  4,000.00
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  Ultra Lotto 6/58
DRAW DATE:  03/25/2017
COMBINATION:  30-18-43-37-09-39
CURRENT JACKPOT:  269,964,732.00
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in any order.

LOTTO GAME:  Mega Lotto 6/45
DRAW DATE:  03/25/2017
COMBINATION:  11-38-32-17-08-13
CURRENT JACKPOT:  22,022,368.00
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in any order.

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office says all prizes are tax-paid.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

PCSO Lotto Results For Thursday, March 23, 2017 Draws

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The Latest Philippine PCSO Lotto Results for Thursday, March 23, 2017 Draws:

LOTTO GAME:  6-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/23/2017
EVENING 9:00PM:  5-4-0-6-7-6
JACKPOT PRIZE:  3,415,174.16
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  Suertres 3-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/23/2017
MORNING 11AM:  9-1-3
WINNER(S):  835
AFTERNOON 4PM:  3-7-2
WINNER(S):  1108
EVENING 9PM:  7-0-5
WINNER(S):  1137
JACKPOT PRIZE:  4,500.00
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  EZ2 2-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/23/2017
MORNING 11AM:  31-21
WINNER(S):  108
AFTERNOON 4PM:  12-28
WINNER(S):  304
EVENING 9PM:  06-21
WINNER(S):  728
JACKPOT PRIZE:  4,000.00
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  Super Lotto 6/49
DRAW DATE:  03/23/2017
COMBINATION:  09-39-01-26-20-34
CURRENT JACKPOT:  16,000,000.00
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in any order.

LOTTO GAME:  National Lotto 6/42
DRAW DATE:  03/23/2017
COMBINATION:  04-31-41-20-24-12
CURRENT JACKPOT:  7,687,916.00
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in any order.

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office says all prizes are tax-paid.

MUST WATCH: President Duterte Gets Rockstar Welcome From Filipino Community In Thailand

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President Rody Duterte received a rockstar welcome from Filipino workers in Thailand during a forum with the Filipino community in the Thai Royal Navy Headquarters in Bangkok.

The President spoke for over an hour, cracked jokes and seriously assured the overseas Filipino workers that their families back home would be protected from drug peddlers and drug lords.

From the FilCom forum, President Duterte flew back to Manila arriving at about 3:30 am.

He proceeded to the wake of former Senator Leticia Ramos-Shahani.

Watch the video below:


Source: Manny Piñol FB Page

MUST WATCH: PAGCOR Earns P9.71 Billion In Duterte Administration As Reported By Arnell Ignacio

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Assistant Vice President for Community Relations and Services Department of PAGCOR Arnell Ignacio reported that the agency earns a whooping P9.71 Billion from January 2017 up to February 2017.

In a viral post on his official Facebook Page, the former actor revealed that PAGCOR earned P5.11 billion last January and on February P4.6 billion for a total of P9.71 billion.

The P9.71 billion income for two months of PAGCOR operations is more than 24% higher compared to the same period last year.

Arnell Ignacio called on the attentions of the Pro-Duterte communities on Facebook to share the good news because the mainstream media are not interested with the Good News under the Duterte administration.

The former TV host also publicized during his video message that he will go to Iloilo tomorrow to turn-over some classrooms donated by PAGCOR in a far-flung Iloilo town.

Aside from the official Facebook Page of Arnell Ignacio, he also asked Sass Rogando Sasot to relay his message of good news to their followers on social media.

Watch the Report of Arnell Ignacio on PAGCOR Earnings:


Source: Arnell Ignacio FB Page

DPWH To Open Runway Manila, An Air-Conditioned Bridge With PWD Facilities On April 2017

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Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Secretary Mark Villar announced today that the construction of a pedestrian bridge directly connecting Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 (T3) with Newport City is on track and due to open in April.

“Once completed, Runway Manila will allow the average person to walk the distance between the airport and Newport City in approximately three minutes,” Sec. Villar said.

“Runway Manila is designed to accommodate up to 2,000 persons at any time, or up to 216,000 individuals per day. The bridge is for the benefit and free use of the public,” he added.

Runway Manila will be an enclosed, air-conditioned bridge, with PWD-friendly facilities such as moving walkways and elevators. It will have a modern, eye-catching design, which may be an iconic landmark in the Pasay City skyline.

“The Duterte Administration is fully committed to reduce vehicular traffic congestion and increase mobility of pedestrians. More bicycles lanes, pedestrian and PWD friendly facilities will be constructed,” the DPWH Chief said.

Runway Manila is a 220-meter elevated bridge that stands 65 meters above Andrews Ave. The project is developed in cooperation with Travellers International Hotel Group.

According to the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), NAIA T3 has the capacity to handle 13 million international passengers annually.

Source: DPWH.Gov

DPWH To Complete Widening Of Barkadahan Bridge In July 2017 As Mandated By Pres. Duterte

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Consistent with the mandate of President Rodrigo Duterte to fastrack the project in the country, Department of Public Work Secretary Mark Villar announced the opening of two additional lanes along the Barkadahan Bridge this July.

“When completed the widening of Barkadahan Bridge along C-6 will ease traffic congestion at EDSA and C-5. It will also provide safe and convenient route to the travelling public in the eastern corridor,” Sec. Villar said.

Last February, DPWH opened a section of the Laguna Lake Highway which traverses through Napindan to M. L. Quezon section in Taguig City.

“The Barkadahan Bridge will complement the Laguna Lake Highway project, a 10.7 km road network expected to reduce travel time from Taytay to Bicutan by about 50%,” Sec. Villar said.

Two (2) lanes of the highway traversing Napindan to M. L. Quezon section in Taguig City were opened last month.

“Travelers between Rizal and Makati/Taguig would benefit the most from improvements of the road capacity as well as travel speeds along the Laguna Lake corridor,” Sec. Villar noted.

“We aim to develop C-6 as a strategic alternate route for motorists in Metro Manila. The opening of Barkadahan Bridge is part of an ambitious road network aimed at traffic decongestion,” he added.

Source: DPWH.Gov

Philippines Donates $300,000 Humanitarian Aid To Rakhine State In Myanmar

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The Republic of the Philippines has donated $300,000 for humanitarian assistance in communities in Rakhine State, Myanmar.

President Rodrigo Duterte presented the humanitarian support when he met Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi 4 pm on March 20 at the Presidential Palace in Nay Pit Kaw.

“This thoughtful gesture of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines reflects the ASEAN solidarity and family spirit as well as traditional bonds of friendship and cooperation between our two countries,” State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi said in her letter of appreciation.

President Duterte invited Myanmar State Counsellor to visit the Philippines.

The State Counsellor of Myanmar is the de facto head of government and dominant state figure.

Aung San Suu Kyi is the inaugural holder of the post.

Source: Philstar

Lingayen Gulf Marine Eco-Tourism Park To Be Established In Pangasinan

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The Provincial Board in Pangasinan has approved a resolution favorably endorsing a bill that seeks to establish a marine eco-tourism park in Lingayen town to safeguard the beauty of the Lingayen Gulf.

“House Bill No. 1020, authored by Congressman Leopoldo Bataol, aims to protect the Lingayen Gulf from indiscriminate exploitation and to maintain its ecological balance and preserve the waters surrounding the area,” Vice Governor Jose Ferdinand Calimlim, Jr. said in a resolution.

Calimlim stated that when the bill was implemented, it will complement the Provincial Government’s efforts of safeguarding the beauty of the Lingayen Gulf for the present and future generations to inherit, and in ensuring the continued survival of its rich marine life in order to sustain the livelihood of coastal people.

He added the establishment of the Lingayen Gulf Marine Eco-Tourism Park is perceived to have an overall effect on the sustainable tourism, employment, and business industry in the province as well as to gain the support of the local populace of Lingayen and its neighboring municipalities.

According to the explanatory note of the bill, a “Bantay Dagat” outpost with breakwater enclosure to protect a one square kilometer area that shall be constructed to serve as guardian of the sea, ensure compliance and enforcement of fishery laws and serve as staging area for search and rescue operations.

Source: PIA.Gov

Catbalogan Farmers Get P10 Million Worth Of Agriculture Projects From Duterte Government

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The agriculture sector in Catbalogan City recently availed itself of “agricultural aide” amounting to P10.7 million from the Department of Agriculture (DA) through the Bottom-Up-Budgeting (BUB) program.

Catbalogan Mayor Stephany Uy-Tan said the DA donated last February 16 at least 32 units of Pump Irrigation System for Open Source for the city’s 13 farmers’ associations.

About P5.2-million worth of infrastructure project was also provided in support to the agriculture sector.

Other interventions include support to organic fertilizer production worth P1.2 million, institution of sustainable agri-fishery livelihood and fishery business investment worth P3.4 million, and the programmed establishment of marine reserves and fish sanctuaries amounting to P800,000.

“Just because it was given to us doesn’t mean we will not put value on it; rather, my request to you on behalf of the government is that you provide extra care over it for you to reap bigger gains from it and for us to show our gratitude to those benefactors who might extend further assistance in the future,” Uy-Tan told the beneficiaries.

She also thanked the DA-Eastern Visayas represented by Mayflor Realino, the Regional BUB Action Officer, and Engr. Ma. Luisa Capili. Uy-Tan also reminded barangay leaders about their role in the projects.

“The barangay leaders play a major role in guiding and reporting issues and concerns to authorities for them to quickly act on it,” the Mayor said.

She said achieving food security is indeed a difficult struggle, but with everyone’s participation and coordination, Catbalogan City is not far from turning it into a reality.

Source: Sunstar PH

DPWH To Construct 10 Bypass Roads In Davao City This Year Under Duterte Presidency

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The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Regional Office 11 will construct ten (10) bypass roads that are intended to ease heavy traffic now being experienced in Davao City.

According to Dean I. Ortiz, DPWH-XI Regional Public Affairs and Information Officer, these priority projects in Davao for 2017 are products of close coordination between the local government unit (LGU) and the DPWH.

“These roads are seen to increase the city’s potentials for commercial, industrial and housing development as Davao City is now poised into becoming a top contender (in growth) because of its promising economic outlook,” Ortiz said.

Among the high impact projects bared by Ortiz is the improvement and widening of the Catalunan Grande road which starts in Bangkal and ends at Davao-Bukidnon road traversing Elenita Heights, in Mintal.

This project with a total length of 8.4 kilometers is worth P751.971 million is an alternative route of the Davao-Cotabato Road going to Davao-Bukidnon Road.

DPWH Region 11 is also set to reconstruct and widen the following roads: the Slaughter House Road up to F. Torres Bridge with bridge widening worth P469.4 million; bypass road at Jct. Davao City Diversion Road-Communal-Cabantian-Tigatto Road worth P472.4 million; bypass road at Jct. Daang Maharlika-Eliong-Jct. Acacia Road worth 244.9-M; and bypass road at Jct. Daang Maharlika-Licanan-Bunawan-Mahayag-Indangan-Cabantian-Jct. Davao City Diversion Road (Buhangin-Lapanday Road) worth P1.7 million. 

Other multi-million projects include the reconstruction/concreting/widening of bypass roads at Jct. Davao City Diversion Road-Tigatto Road-Jct. Davao City Diversion Road worth P1.01 billion; Jct. Mamay Road-La Verna-Davao City Diversion Road worth P432.2 million; Buhangin-Tigatto-Mandug-Callawa-Fatima Road worth P1.3 billion; Jct. Daang Maharlika Road-Mudiang-Malagamot-Jct. Indangan Road worth P507.09 billion; and the Fatima-Malabog Road-Mabuhay-Pañalum-Paquibato Road at P633.6 million.

Ortiz added that these projects are already funded under the 2017 budget of the DPWH-XI.

Surveys and road-right-of-way negotiations are now on-going.

Source: DPWH.Gov

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