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Last July, the Philippines had no holiday. Employees had no break except for the usual two-day rest day every week. But this August, the anticipated holidays are drawing close. For those who are not aware, the first
Cebu Pacific airlines has offered its clients a super low fare promo, which starts Saturday, August 20, 2011 until August 21 or until seats last. Fares for all domestic flights are at Php8.21, while those for international routes are at
After installing his son, Benigno S. Aquino III to the highest post in the land, Filipinos remember the fatal day of August 21, 1983 when the then Senator Benigno Aquino Jr. was assassinated at the tarmac of the Manila International Airport more
Today 51 years ago, on August 21, l959, church bells rung throughout Honolulu, the Kingdom of Hawaii and later Republic of Hawaii was admitted to the Union as its 50th state by the passing of the Hawaii Admission Act which
President Noynoy Aquino declared that August 23, though it is the nearest Monday to August 21, Ninoy Aquino Day, will not be a non-working holiday. Regular operation is expected in business, government and other offices. However, August 21 is
Malacañang Palace declared on August 11 that August 23, Monday, will not be a non-working holiday but a regular working day, while August 21 will be the non-working holiday even though it is Saturday because it is the real Ninoy Aquino Day.