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Bureau of Immigration gears up for SEA Games, holiday rush 

The Bureau of Immigration has placed its personnel on heightened alert in preparation for the influx of people arriving  for the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) as well as those for the holidays. BI Commissioner Jaime Morente issued a directive as the BI...

Viral: A1’s Ben Adams sings with Pinay in a Palawan carinderia 

A Filipina working at a karaoke bar in Palawan thought that one Caucasian man entering and singing the bar was nothing short of ordinary. Rodriguez however then realized that the man singing at a karaoke bar was not an ordinary guy, but Ben Adams of the popular...

Surgeon loses license over botched nose surgery

A surgeon who allegedly performed a botched nose surgery on Emirati Rowdha Al Mouaini had his licence revoked by Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Health authorities said three medical practitioners: a  surgeon, an anaesthetist and an assistant were accused of negligence...

Pinay OFW from China returns home with kidney, heart disease 

An undocumented overseas Filipino worker (OFW) from China returned to the country yesterday. The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Janet Astilla has been reunited with her family in the Philippines after they sought help. "Overseas Filipino Worker Janet Astilla...

San Miguel dispatches TNT to cop 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup crown

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Aug. 16, 19 | 6:57 pm

The San Miguel Beermen dominated the TNT KaTropa, 102-90, to wrest the 2019 PBA Commisioner’s Cup on Friday night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

The Beermen wrapped up the best-of-seven series, 4-2, collaring yet another crown by scoring three straight wins that enabled them to battle back from a 1-2 series deficit.

The championship run kept the Beermen’s Grand Slam bid alive as they also won the All-Filipino Cup.

Chris McCullough was superb for the Beermen anew as he tallied 35 points and 13 rebounds. June Mar Fajardo added 19 points, Christian Standhardinger donated 18, while Chris Ross and Terrence Romeo chipped in 10 points apiece.

Romeo was adjudged the Finals MVP after averaging 14.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists in the Finals.

Terrence Jones led the way for the losing TNT with 41 points. Jayson Castro and RR Pogoy were the only other TNT players in double figures with 16 and 13 as the KaTropa trailed for most part of the game and were unable to make a serious threat.

PHOTO CREDIT: ESPN5.COM

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Bureau of Immigration gears up for SEA Games, holiday rush 

Bureau of Immigration gears up for SEA Games, holiday rush 

The Bureau of Immigration has placed its personnel on heightened alert in preparation for the influx of people arriving  for the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) as well as those for the holidays. BI Commissioner Jaime Morente issued a directive as the BI...

Viral: A1’s Ben Adams sings with Pinay in a Palawan carinderia 

Viral: A1’s Ben Adams sings with Pinay in a Palawan carinderia 

A Filipina working at a karaoke bar in Palawan thought that one Caucasian man entering and singing the bar was nothing short of ordinary. Rodriguez however then realized that the man singing at a karaoke bar was not an ordinary guy, but Ben Adams of the popular...

Surgeon loses license over botched nose surgery

Surgeon loses license over botched nose surgery

A surgeon who allegedly performed a botched nose surgery on Emirati Rowdha Al Mouaini had his licence revoked by Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Health authorities said three medical practitioners: a  surgeon, an anaesthetist and an assistant were accused of negligence...

Pinay OFW from China returns home with kidney, heart disease 

Pinay OFW from China returns home with kidney, heart disease 

An undocumented overseas Filipino worker (OFW) from China returned to the country yesterday. The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Janet Astilla has been reunited with her family in the Philippines after they sought help. "Overseas Filipino Worker Janet Astilla...

Man poses as pilot for perks, is arrested

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PAL plane catches fire in midair, goes emergency landing

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