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El Shaddai group will not endorse a presidential bet

THE political adviser of El Shaddai leader Bro.

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Purisima, 11 others to face graft for anomalous courier service deal

OMBUDSMAN Conchita Carpio Morales has ordered the filing of graft charges against former Philippine National Police Chief Alan Purisima and 11 other police officers for their alleged involvement in the anomalous courier service contract in 2011.

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Roxas calls for a dialogue with Poe

MANILA (Updated) -- Liberal Party standard-bearer Manuel Roxas II called Friday on his rival in the presidential race, Senator Grace Poe, to talk "for the unity, decency and democracy" of the country.

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Meralco cuts power rates by 41 centavos per kWh

MANILA -- The Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) will reduce electricity rates by 41 centavos per kilowatthour this month to P8.44 per kWh.

The distribution utility noted the new rate is the lowest since January 2010.

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Cebu schools ready for elections; water supply a concern

SOME principals from different schools in Cebu City who will serve on Election Day, May 9, have expressed concern over water supply in polling centers, but assured that they are almost ready for the polls.

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No major hitches in final testing, sealing of VCMs

NO MAJOR hitches were encountered during the final testing and sealing of vote counting machines in Cebu and Mandaue City on Friday, May 9.

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Comelec admits it cannot stop controversial ad vs Duterte

THE Commission on Elections (Comelec) admitted Friday that it has no power to stop the airing of a television advertisement against presidential candidate Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.

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Duterte still on top – SWS

DAVAO City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, the consistent front-runner in the 2016 presidential race, will march on into election day with a comfortable margin of 11 percent from his closest rival, even after vice presidential contender alleged that he has

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