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In the News (Fri 31 Oct 14)

  
  Pampanga, Philippines
The good governor, who is on leave from his priestly duties, has in the meantime kept the money for safekeeping and wrote Malacañang that he will return the same if he is not informed of its source and furnished with the necessary working paper for its use.
Pampanga Gov. Ed Panlilio has asked his constituents to help him decide what to do with the P500,000 he received during a meeting in Malacañang last Oct. 11.
In a joint manifesto of support, the Pampanga officials vowed to stand by the President’s leadership and economic reforms for the country.
luzon.wowphilippines.com /pampanga   (1280 words)

  
 Andro's Kapampangan Page
Pampanga derived its name from the Kapampangan words "pangpang ilog" meaning "riverside" where the early Malayan settlements were concentrated along the Rio Grande de la Pampanga.
Pampanga, one of the richest provinces in the Philippines, was re-organized as a province by the Spaniards on December 11, 1571.
Pampanga which is about 850 square miles in area and presently inhabited by more than 1.5 million people, had its present borders drawn in 1873.
www-rcf.usc.edu /~camiling   (162 words)

  
 Arayat
A town in northeastern Pampanga province, on the island of Luzon, in the Philippines.
Arayat was taken into the Navy because of the need for shallow-draft gunboats to help suppress the Philippine insurrection which followed just after the conclusion of the Spanish-American War and Spain's cession of the islands to the United States.
Arayat resumed her previous duties cooperating with Army troops, conducting patrols and making surveys of the seas, rivers, and harbors in the archipelago.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/a10/arayat-i.htm   (344 words)

  
 FMA Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Pampanga has always enjoyed the title, “The Culinary Center of the Philippines.” It is populated by resourceful hardy folk who are justifiably proud of their famous Kapampangan cuisine.
Pampanga was the home province of Diosdado Macapagal, ninth President of the Philippine republic, and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, incumbent and 14th President.
The exposition, located in Clark Field, Pampanga, is a celebration of the Filipino's history, culture, and achievements in the past 100 years, as well as aspirations for the next millennium.
www.fmafestival.com /pampanga.htm   (4485 words)

  
 Manila Standard: The Future is Ours   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
ARAYAT, Pampanga — The campaign manager of a mayoralty candidate here was shot dead Tuesday night allegedly by New People’s Army rebels.
Pampanga police director Rodolfo Mendoza identified the fatality as Eloy Pineda, barangay captain of San Juan Banyo, Arayat.
Arayat Mayor Benigno Espino said Pineda was the campaign manager of his nephew, Chito Espino, who is a candidate for mayor under the Nationalist People’s Coalition.
www.manilastandardtoday.com /?page=news05_feb25_2004   (157 words)

  
 Solon's firm paid ahead of farmers - May 01, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
ARAYAT, Pampanga -- An official of an irrigators' association here assailed the National Irrigation Administration for using the agency's newly released 60-million-peso fund to pay off debts to contractors, including a firm owned by a legislator, instead of settling the land claims of at least 816 farmers.
Efren Maliwat, president of the Federation of Irrigators' Associations in Pampanga, said NIA should have prioritized the farmers who are seeking right-of-way payments for their lands occupied by the Japanese-funded Cong Dadong Dam.
The construction of the 3.4-billion-peso dam, which diverts water of the Rio Chico and Pampanga River to at least 10 eastern agricultural towns in Pampanga, suffered a 20-year delay due to the protests of farmers and the 1991 eruptions of Mt. Pinatubo.
www.inq7.net /reg/2004/may/01/reg_7-1.htm   (424 words)

  
 DAYS HOTEL PAMPANGA Resorts and Hotels Reservation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
BETIS CHURCH (Betis, Guagua) - Pampanga's oldest church is a fascinating work of architecture with its classic altar in antique carved design and décor blending with religious frescoes reminiscent of neoclassic works of European Art.
PAMPANGA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE (Magalang) - A state-owned educational institution ideally located at the scenic foot hills of Mt. Arayat where a conference pavillion and natural swimming area were developed by the Philippine Tourism Authority.
PAMPANGA DAY (December 11) - The people of the entire Pampanga province celebrate its foundation day with various programs and festivities such as cultural shows, trade exhibits and other socio-economic projects.
www.vciholidays.com /pampanga.html   (991 words)

  
 Pampanga River Basin
Adjacent to Mount Arayat, across Pampanga River, just on the eastern side is the Candaba swamp, covering an area of some 300 sq.
At the lower sections of the basin, where the Pampanga delta lies, the Pampanga River system divide into relatively small branches, crisscrossed with fishponds to form a network of sluggish, tidal flats and canals, which eventually find their way to Manila Bay.
With the anticipated completion of the Pampanga Delta Project (DPWH), it is expected that floodflows at the lower section of the Pampanga River will recede at a much faster rate than before.
groups.msn.com /PampangaRiverBasin/pampangariverbasin.msnw   (408 words)

  
 Angeles Hotels Pampanga Province Travel Destinations, Angeles City Hotels & Resorts, Pampanga Province Hotels
Pampanga was already the site of thriving settlements along river banks or "Pampang" before the Spaniards came.
Pampanga is populated by resourceful hardy folk, who are justifiably proud of their famous Kapampangan cuisine, regarded by many as the best regional food in the Philippines.
Pampanga has many remnants of a long and colorful history, including roofs of the old Spanish houses and church of Bacolor, the Betis Church of Guagua and the St. Peter's shrine at Apalit, with its life-size image of the saint.
www.lakbaypilipinas.com /travel_pampanga.html   (547 words)

  
 Pampanga Travel Tips and Information - Pampanga Travel Hotels Resorts Lodging Discounts Philippines
Apparently enticed by tales of a paradise land in what later was known as the province of Pampanga.
Pampanga's oldest church is a fascinating work of architecture with its classic altar in antique carved design and décor blending with religious frescoes reminiscent of neoclassic works of European Art.
A state-owned educational institution ideally located at the scenic foot hills of Mt. Arayat where a conference pavillion and natural swimming area were developed by the Philippine Tourism Authority.
alltravelnetwork.com /philippines/travelinfo/pampangainfo.html   (819 words)

  
 St. Catherine Church - Arayat, Pampanga
The interior of the Church of St. Catherine in Arayat, Pampanga
Ding caunan-unan a misioneros queting balen ila di PP.
Note: Bell inscriptions were taken from "Pampanga and its Towns" by Mariano A. Henson.
www.geocities.com /pisamban/arayat.htm   (198 words)

  
 Brief History of Pampanga
Pampanga, which derives its name from “pampang” or “pampangan” (river bank), is a rich and fertile valley in Central Luzon.
Except for the majestic Mount Arayat, the land is one fertile plain.
The Spaniards, who came to the Philippines in 1521 no doubt, made a survey of this land, which is accessible, both by land and by sea.
fblanca.tripod.com /id27.html   (549 words)

  
 Pampanga farmers warn of moves vs dam if not paid - Feb. 07, 2004
ARAYAT, Pampanga -- Farmers still unpaid of their right-of-way claims have threatened to destroy dikes and block the flow of water to more than 11,000 hectares of mostly rice land served here by the Cong Dadong Dam, a Japanese-funded irrigation facility named after President Macapagal-Arroyo's late father.
This is the reason the dam has been irrigating only 2,000 hectares since December although the water level there remains at a maximum of 8.5 meters, according to Antonio Garcia, assistant manager of the NIA's Pampanga Delta Development Project.
Barangay Lacquios, Arayat Councilman Orlando Calabug confirmed the threats, saying these were coming from displaced farmers in Arayat, Candaba, Sta.
www.inq7.net /reg/2004/feb/07/reg_3-1.htm   (469 words)

  
 susan bio
SUSAN D. She was born on September 12, 1966 at Arayat, Pampanga.
She used to climb a hill near their barrio together with her brothers and friends and she have also climbed the lower portion of Mt. Arayat during a jamboree held at the said mountain.
She describes everything she sees up there as unique in character and features which she cannot compare to others that she have seen and going to see, so a camera should be always ready to capture every beauty that every mountain and places has to offer.
members.tripod.com /eco_venture/bio_susan.htm   (377 words)

  
 Tarak Ridge - 1st Minor Climb dated June 11-12, 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Mount Arayat is an extinct volcano on Luzon Island, Philippines, rising to a height of 1026 m (3366 ft) AGL.
One academic report indicates activity within the last 2000 years, but it is believed that this refers to the volcano's thermal activity.
The volcano is located in a flat agricultural region at 15°12'N 120°45'E. Ten miles to the west of Mount Arayat is Angeles City and the former Clark Air Base.
203.131.88.90 /event/2000/arayat   (179 words)

  
 New Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
It was attended by 68 participants from Arayat, Santa Ana, Angeles, Magalang in Pampanga and San Isidro, Nueva Ecija.
VISION: Mount Arayat is visible to the Capampangans as well as to those living in Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Bataan and the mountain dwellers of Zambales.
To highlight Mount Arayat and its Peak as a Pilgrimage Shrine for Central Luzon: Pampanga, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Bataan, Bulacan, especially as a Capampangan Ancestral Sacred Legacy and Domain...
www.abante.com.ph /issue/mar0505/public_bk.htm   (735 words)

  
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We decided to have a wander around the lower slopes of Mt Arayat to see if we could join up some of the trails that we had been on before.
It was quite pleasant apart from one area where we got ourselves entangled in some wild shiggy for about half an hour.
It was a bit annoying to see that all the bush cover at the bottom of the mountain was being chopped down to be burned into charcoal on what is after all a National Park.
www.angeles-hash.com /MtArayat_runs/run_99.htm   (87 words)

  
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CAMP OLIVAS, San Fernando City, Pampanga — Four persons were killed while two others were wounded, including a former leader of the Hukbong Mapagpalaya ng Bayan (HMB), in an ambush by heavily armed men at 7:30 p.m.
Senior Superintendent Leonardo Espina, Pampanga police director, identified the fatalities as Vladimir Alejandrino, Jayson Hernandez, 34; an alias "Joseph," and Pablo Escano, driver, all of Arayat, Pampanga.
Combined operatives of Pampanga police, Regional Intelligence and Investigation Division (RIID), and Mexico police are in hot pursuit of the suspects believed to be members of the Rebolusyunaryong Hukbong Bayan (RHB), a remnant of the New People’s Army (NPA).
www.mb.com.ph /issues/2005/02/16/MTNN2005021628793.html   (335 words)

  
 Mt. Arayat, Santa Ana, Bulacan Province, Philippines
Ana Pampanga Church as a main Plaza also of the Province.
Ana Church is one of the oldest Church in the Philippines it was build during Spanish rule in the Philippines back to 300 years ago.
Loida South of Mt. Arayat, Arayat is one of the tourist spot and most beautiful mountain in the Philippines it blew up during 90's.
www.batch2006.com /visit_mt_arayat.htm   (215 words)

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