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Thread mit INFOS und LINKS 'ueber und um' die Philippinen (ganz allgemein)...

Dieses Thema im Forum "Angeles- und Philippinenforum" wurde erstellt von Hotrod, 22.07.2010.

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    "Filipina maid inherits millions from Singaporean employer"

    A devoted Filipina maid inherited six million Singapore dollars (more than $4 million) from her late employer after more than 20 years of service, a newspaper report said Wednesday.

    “I am the luckiest maid in Singapore, with or without the money,” the 47-year-old single woman — identified only by the pseudonym “Christine” — told the Straits Times in an interview.

    The maid refused to be named in public for fear of possible threats to her life in the impoverished Philippines, where wealthy people have been kidnapped for ransom and some killed by their abductors.

    The windfall, including cash and a luxury apartment near the Orchard Road shopping belt, came from the estate of her employer Quek Kai Miew, a medical doctor and philanthropist who died last year at 66.

    The maid had also taken care of the doctor’s late mother, and was told that she would be a beneficiary of her employer’s will when it was drawn up in 2008.

    “There were no secrets between us. I was not surprised at all when she told me how much I was going to get,” the maid recalled.

    “Christine” was devastated when Quek died a year ago, as the two were inseparable, and temporarily moved in with the doctor’s nephew for solace.

    “It was heartbreaking for me as I saw more years with Doctor Quek than with my own mother. I would break down every time I thought about her. I could not be by myself,” she said.

    “I was always beside her. Wherever she went, I was with her.”

    The maid, who is now applying for permanent residency in Singapore, said her newfound wealth had not changed her lifestyle.

    “I do not really think much about the money I got. I just live my life as I did before, and not as a rich person,” the maid, dressed simply in a blouse and slacks with short-cropped hair, was quoted as saying.

    “I am still who I was before. I cannot behave differently because I have money now. Even my Filipino maid friends here still treat me the same.”

    Nearly 200,000 foreign maids, mostly from the Philippines and Indonesia, work in affluent Singapore, which has a population of five million.
     
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    It' s really bad ! Received this info by text message... !

    It starts to worry me now... This is NOT "good" !!

    My friend texted me: "current killing spree of ex pats seems to be going on... ! Fourth incident in 2 weeks occurred today...: Al Mitchell and 4 others at his house were killed in Hensonville Court. Guy in trike seen fleeing the scene".

    He then also texted me this one: "Ex pat, plus wife, two maids and a yard boy. Yes, today. Similar crime scene as previous killings".

    WHAT THE FUCK !!!!




    Oh... and it is in the News already:

    An American Air Force retiree and four Filipinos were found shot to death Thursday inside their home north of Manila during an apparent robbery, police said.

    City police chief Danilo Bautista said the bodies of Albert Mitchell, his wife, and three others were found with gunshot wounds inside Mitchell's home in a subdivision in Angeles city, near the former U.S.-run Clark Air Force Base some 80 kilometers (50 miles) northwest of Manila. The victims' faces were covered with cloth.

    The other victims were two maids and an unidentified man, all Filipinos. Mitchell's age and hometown were not immediately available.

    Bautista said a manhunt was being conducted for a lone assailant who fled after a suspicious security guard accosted him at the subdivision gate.

    The guard asked a co-worker to hold the suspect while he checked on Mitchell's home, but the man was able to escape on a motorized rickshaw, leaving behind a sack with items apparently stolen from Mitchell's home, including a DVD player and computer accessories. He said police were still verifying what other items were stolen from the house.

    Slugs from a 9mm pistol were found at the crime scene.




    Comment of a board member: "time to get that fucking shot gun"!
     
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    Good news as for several days in a row seems like there are no longer kids and beggars walking eastern fields .
    Cars no longer allowed either , some exceptions though .

    Certainly a big improvement already.
    All the stalls between Subdelicious and Atlantis seemed to have disappeared last night, also.

    It was not a complicated job, mereley 3 blockades were needed .
    So far 15 barangay staff are allocated to blocking undesirable locals .
    They are reportedly paid by donations from major bars and hotels groups .

    Strolling eastern fields now much more enjoyable (if it were not for the rain).

    Maj Louie Tan supervising the take down of the "right turn only" sign at the intersection of Mitchell highway and the Police Box 4 street yesterday, another brilliant move for cleaning up the cluster fuck.
     
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    Na da bin ich ja mal gespannt wie lange das hält :lach:
     
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    Military tapped to prevent riot over water crisis
    By Thea Alberto – July 22nd, 2010
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    By Thea Alberto, Yahoo! Southeast Asia

    The government has tapped the military to prevent a likely riot amid the water crisis that has affected over three million residents in Metro Manila.

    Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson said he asked the National Defense to provide security to water lines and pipes.

    “If you recall, when we were starting to do the emergency repair on busted pipes, we had to ask for support from DND to provide us warm bodies so our crew will not be harassed by people around,” Singson told reporters.

    “We asked for warm bodies to put order in those water stations and water rationing areas,” Singson added.

    Singson reported there are at least 117 barangays (villages) with zero to six hours water supply.

    Heavily affected areas are Caloocan City (29 barangays affecting 2,000 people); Quezon City (28 barangays affecting some 350,000) and Manila (35 barangays affecting almost 50,000).

    Though the situation looked severe, Singson related that water level continued to rise in Angat dam which supplied water to Maynilad.

    Singson said water level is now at 158.88 meters compared to 158.18 on Wednesday.

    In a separate press briefing at the Palace, Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim noted there is no reported water shortage in his area.

    Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista and Navotas Mayor John Rey Tiangco meanwhile echoed the Palace’s earlier statement that there is no need to declare a state of emergency in areas affected by the water crisis.

    The mayors said there was also no need for warm bodies who would secure water pipelines because the crisis was still manageable.





    Angat water level rises
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    [Angat water level rises] Angat water level rises

    MANILA, Philippines - The worst may be over for Metro Manila’s water crisis as the water level in the Angat dam rose overnight, raising hopes for fewer dry taps in the metropolis in the days ahead.

    This developed as Malacañang thumbed down suggestions that President Aquino assume the role of “water czar” and wield greater powers in dealing with the problem.

    “The water level has not deteriorated, it has increased and hopefully the worst is over,” Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson told Palace reporters in a briefing, citing a “70-centimeter increase” in the dam’s water level, which was previously at 158.18 meters.

    As a result, water available to consumers has increased to 1,844 million liters a day from the “lowest production level” of only 1,686 million liters per day on July 17, according to Singson.

    Mr. Aquino has directed Singson, former president of Maynilad Water, to take charge of the water shortage problem.

    Despite Angat dam’s higher water level, three cities – Caloocan, Manila and Quezon City – remain waterless for up to six hours daily. Reports said 117 barangays, including 32 villages, are without water at all.

    But presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said there is no need for Mr. Aquino to act as water czar or declare a state of calamity in areas most affected by the water shortage.

    “He’s (Mr. Aquino) been focusing on his mandate to solve the crisis. There is no need to install the President as water czar. And declaring a state of calamity will not change the situation. We’re calling on the public to please conserve water,” he said.

    Also yesterday, Singson revealed that they have already proposed to the President a long-term plan for improving not only Metro Manila’s water supply but that of other urban centers as well.

    “We have proposed to the President that instead of just focusing on Metro Manila, if you go further, you have a similar water shortage in most urban sectors. So we’re advocating a water supply sector program nationwide so that once and for all, we have access to potable water,” the DPWH chief said.

    “There should be a supply and sanitation roadmap for us to move forward so we can avoid this perennial problem of water shortage,” he said.

    Rationing continues

    Water tanks, along with 100 fire trucks, have been deployed to areas worst hit by the water shortage.

    A “cross-border arrangement” has also been made between Maynilad and Manila Water, where the latter – largely unaffected by the shortage – would provide water to Maynilad, according to Singson.

    The DPWH chief also requested Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin to “provide warm bodies” who would keep order in places where there are long lines of people waiting for water rations.

    “In the area of additional augmentation, the treatment plant in Putatan, Muntinlupa will be increased to another 25 million liters per day. The treatment plant will be producing 50 million liters per day, and areas around Muntinlupa will have access to clean potable water,” Singson said.

    Singson also urged the public to report to authorities anyone found puncturing pipelines.

    “We are appealing to the local government units to help us police and protect our water lines, it will affect everyone,” he said.

    “Part of the work of the two concessionaires is getting in touch with the health officials just to avoid any outbreak (of disease),” he pointed out.

    As Metro Manila residents make do with limited water supply, Climate Change Commission vice chairman Heherson Alvarez said a worse water supply scenario looms unless drastic measures are undertaken to address global warming.

    “Failure to address global warming and climate change could lead to more horrible water problems like flash floods, drought and water supply shortage for domestic use,” Alvarez pointed out.

    “We should conserve water in any way that we can,” he said.

    Restoring order

    A unit in the Armed Forces specifically trained as a counter-coup force said it is ready to help keep order in areas where there are long queues of people waiting for water rations.

    AFP spokesman Brig. Gen. Jose Mabanta said they are coordinating with the DPWH and other concerned agencies regarding the deployment of two composite battalions – composed of 600 men – from the National Capital Region Command (NCRCOM).

    Mabanta said troops from NCRCOM had performed similar security operations at the height of the rice crisis in Metro Manila two years ago, and during the onslaught of tropical storm “Ondoy” last year. He stressed the troops would only complement the Philippine National Police.

    “We will just be involved in security, probably to see to it that the people in the (affected) areas will not push one another (during water distribution),” Mabanta said.

    Reports said many people lining up for water particularly in depressed communities lost their temper and pushed their way ahead of others in line.

    “The affected areas have very poor distribution services and it is important that we maintain security and see to it that the distribution is performed well,” Mabanta said.

    Wawa dam use pushed

    A real estate development firm has renewed its appeal to the Metropolitan Manila Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) that it be allowed to develop the Wawa dam in Rodriguez (formerly Montalban), Rizal into an alternative water source for Metro Manila.

    The San Lorenzo Ruiz Builders and Developers (SLRB), through its president Oscar Violago, said that although it holds the water rights over Wawa dam, it cannot proceed with its development because it still doesn’t have a permit from the National Water Resources Board (NWRB). It was the NWRB which granted SLRB exclusive rights over Wawa dam in 1993.

    Violago said SLRB hopes to draw 1,500 million liters of water per day from the dam upon its development.

    Violago added that his company would also need a purchase order from the MWSS to cover for the water it intends to supply to the MWSS for distribution.

    Anthony Violago, the company’s vice president and Oscar’s son, said they can sell water sourced from the Wawa dam to the MWSS for P16 per cubic meter, which he said is the lowest price.

    The SLRB said a rehabilitated Wawa dam would be capable of producing 80 million liters of water per day in just eight months of operation; 900 million liters per day in two years and 1,500 million liters in four years.

    The elder Violago said his company could revive the Wawa dam just as it had developed the Casecnan dam in Nueva Ecija at a cost of $687 million.

    “We need the MWSS and the NWRB to cooperate with us at no cost to them, to develop Wawa dam like what we did for Casecnan dam,” he said.

    The SLRB said reviving the Wawa dam could cost $600 million. The SLRB’s rehabilitation plan for Wawa has already attracted local and European investors. SLRB officials declined to name the investors.

    He added that had they been given the chance to develop the Wawa dam early enough, the current water crisis could have been averted.

    The volume of water in Angat dam has already dropped to 1,100 million liters per day, according to Violago.

    “This means that we could still give the 400 MLD (million liters per day) produced to farmers in Bulacan whose water supply is always affected during the dry season,” he said.

    The Wawa dam supplied water to Metro Manila from 1908 to 1968, when the MWSS abandoned it in favor of the larger Angat dam.

    Not Napocor’s fault

    Meanwhile, Albay Gov. Joey Salceda defended the National Power Corp. from accusations that it was to blame for the water crisis because it had released an excessive volume of water from Angat dam last year.

    “There’s a need to maintain a healthier respect for science and for the scientific community in our government,” Salceda said.

    “Politicians who try to run our dams is a reflection of an anatomy of ‘hysteriocracy,’” he said.

    “And yes, all these national sufferings are mostly self-imposed since at this state of our political development cycle, we tolerate or even encourage politicians to run our dams.”

    He said there should be an acknowledgement that the country is vulnerable to the effects of climate change, which manifested in extreme conditions such as the massive floods due to Ondoy and typhoon “Pepeng” in September and October last year and the drought which started in December last year and lasted up to June this year.

    “One gnawing suspicion I probably share with many is that our responses to both have largely aggravated their supposed impacts,” Salceda said.

    For Bulacan Bishop Jose Oliveros, Maynilad and not Napocor is to blame for the water shortage because of its failure to aggressively fix water leakages.

    “It is Maynilad who is at fault here because 50 percent of the water they get from the Angat dam is wasted on the leakages caused by damaged pipes,” Oliveros said over Church-run Radio Veritas.

    “They should have done something about that a long time ago,” he pointed out.

    He also said there might be no more need for Oratio imperata or special prayers for rain since the rainy season has already arrived.

    “The water shortage is only artificial... It is already the rainy season, if you have the prayer of Oratio imperata we might experience flooding problems because this situation is only artificial,” Oliveros said. With Evelyn Macairan, Rhodina Villanuevaa, Celso Amo, Mike Frialde, Cecille Suerte Felipe, Jaime Laude - By Delon Porcalla (Philstar News Service, www.philstar.com)
     
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    3 fishermen survive 'Basyang' wrath — Coast Guard
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    At least three fishermen were rescued after they survived the wrath of tropical cyclone "Basyang" (Conson) off Quezon province, the Philippine Coast Guard said Thursday.

    The Coast Guard said on its website that the three fishermen returned to Dinahican port in Infanta, Quezon Wednesday afternoon.

    It identified the three survivors as Clodualdo Era, 22; Carlito Bugate, 16; and Robert Arcilla, 22, all residents of Calaguas Island, Vinzons, Camarines Norte.

    Fishing vessel Shannys, owned by Arwind Avallaneda, towed their disabled craft "Rigor" to port.

    Era said they departed Calaguas Island July 10 aboard the fishing boat "Rigor" to fish in the area between Jomalig Island and Paracale, Camarines Norte.

    While returning home, they encountered strong winds and big waves spawned by Basyang, causing their craft to capsize.

    They stayed aboard the ship, eating floating sea grass, and a slice of uncooked fish.

    After floating for almost six days, they were spotted by F/B King Ryan, owned by Reynaldo Lavina. The crew eventually transferred to F/B Shannys.

    The survivors were brought to Claro M Recto Memorial Hospital at Infanta, Quezon for medical checkup while F/B Rigor was beached off Infanta, Quezon.

    Based on statistics by the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC), over 70 people died due to Basyang. - RSJ, RJAB Jr., GMANews.TV
     
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    neuer auftritt von balibago.com

    http://www.balibago.com/
     
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    A strong 6.9 magnitude earthquake shook the Philippines, the U.S. Geological Survey reported on Friday.

    The quake, which occurred Saturday morning local time, struck 66 miles southwest of Cotabato, Mindanao, Philippines, at a depth of 375 miles, the USGS said.
     
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    DRUNK AUSSIE CHARGED WITH SLANDER, ALARM & SCANDAL, AND ROBBERY

    Thursday, July 22, 2010 ANGELES CITY -- An Australian national was recently charged by the city police for robbery, grave slander, and alarms and scandal after he allegedly harassed an American lawyer along the entertainment district of Fields Avenue in Barangay Balibago here. Police identified the foreigner as Edward John Mc Allec, 60, single, Australian, and staying at Diamond Apartelle in the said village.

    Chief Inspector Luisito Tan, Police Station 4 chief, said that an American lawyer, Craid Iwao Ihara, 59, aired his charges against Allec before the police station’s complaint center on Tuesday. Ihara claimed that he was using his mobile phone along Fields Avenue Monday night when Allec, who was apparently drunk, yelled at him saying "you are a fu…g pedophile, fu…g germs, I’ll kick your ass." After this, the suspect allegedly grabbed the victim’s cellphone which later fell on the ground. Customers and employees in different establishments were alarmed by the incident, according to Tan.

    Apprehending police officers also reportedly received invectives from Allec. The suspect allegedly told the cops "bring your wife here and I’ll f… her for a short time and I will give you P21,000."

    Tan said police filed the charges against Allec before the office of Angeles City Prosecutor Allan T. Pasamonte under criminal case number III-INQ-106-00356. The suspect is still detained at the Police Station 4 as of Thursday. (Reynaldo G. Navales)
     
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    MANILA (AFP) - – Three major quakes measuring between magnitude 7.3 and 7.4 hit the southern Philippines early Saturday, seismologists said, but there were no reports of damage and no tsunami warning was issued.

    The underwater quakes struck at a depth of between 575 and 605 kilometres (350 and 375 miles), just over 100 kilometres southwest of Cotabato, in Mindanao, said the US Geological Survey.

    The Hawaii-based Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said no destructive tsunami was generated by the quakes, the first of which hit at 6:08 am (2208 GMT Friday).

    "It was kind of mild," said Monisa Tulawie, a staff member at the Cotabato city mayor's office, who told AFP she felt one of the quakes.

    Other residents contacted by phone were unaware of what had happened, saying they had not been woken by the tremors.

    "We have received no reports of damage or casualties," said local fire official Marlon Macapili of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, a self-ruled area that includes four provinces around Cotabato.

    Seismologist Wilmer Legaspi of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said the quakes were too deep to cause substantial surface damage, although flimsy structures could be vulnerable.

    "It can cause damage to buildings made of light materials," he told AFP.

    The Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands with many people living in communities close to the sea.

    The country sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire, where continental plates meet, causing frequent seismic and volcanic activity.
     
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    The death toll from Tropical Storm Basyang (Conson), which lashed Luzon last week, grew to 111 Friday even as people initially reported missing have been accounted for.

    In its 1 p.m. report, the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) noted a decrease in the number of people injured and missing.

    "While the number of dead increased from 91 to 111, the number of injured and missing decreased from 35 to 21; and 55 to 48 respectively, because those who were reported missing before were either rescued alive or recovered dead," it said.

    But it said search and rescue operations are still ongoing in Quezon and Bicol.

    Of the fatalities, 75 were from Southern Luzon; 17 from Bicol; and 19 from Central Luzon. Of the 48 missing, 30 were from Bicol, nine from southern Luzon, eight from Central Luzon, and one from Western Visayas.

    The 21 injured included 16 from Central Luzon, four from Bicol, and one from southern Luzon.

    On the other hand, damage to property was estimated at P377,975,880, including P138,566,000 in infrastructure and P239,409,880 in agriculture.

    A total of 53,486 families or 274,002 individuals from 713 villages of 13 cities and 88 towns in 13 provinces — including Metro Manila — were affected.

    The NDCC said Basyang destroyed 3,691 houses and damaged 27,851 others. — RSJ, GMANews.TV
     
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    sind wir hier in einem english sprachigen forum???
     
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    Nein, bist Du / seit Ihr nicht... Ich habe angenommen dass es eventuell interessant sein koennte, fuer die des Englisch maechtigen aktuellste Informationen zu verschiedenen Themen, live aus den Philippinen zu erhalten... Da ich aber selber immer SEHR busy bin, kann ich mir "leider" nicht die Muehe machen alles immer auf Deutsch zu uebersetzen... Also entweder - wenn ein gewisses Interesse vorhanden ist - kann ich das auf Englisch posten (weil so kriege ich die Infos), oder sonst kann ich es auch lassen... Danke.
     
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    Die Infos sind so schon ok. Wenn jemand Zeit hat, kann er die Texte hier ja gerne übersetzen. Können ja auch zusammengefasst werden. Aber bitte nicht mit einem Uebersetzungstool...:shock:
     
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    Bring nur weiter die Infos James, die meisten hier können Englisch, und zumindest ich weiß das du die Zeit nicht hast um das zu übersetzen.

    Aber besser aktuelle Infos auf Englisch als gar keine:tu:
     
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    hallo hotrod, bitte weitermachen, es kann sich ja doch jeder selber die mühe machen, ist auch gut für die birne:yes: