A seminar on understanding the End of Life Care was held on April 24, 2016 at the Blacktown Library Function Centre, under the auspices of the Timek Iti La Union Association. The speaker was Remedios Alvarez-Solarte, MSN, RN, NP, Professor Emeritus of Nursing from Michigan, USA. She is a multi-awarded Filipino-American, who is a Founding Member of the Philippine Nurses Association of America (PNAA) and an inducted member of the Far Eastern University Institute of Nursing, Hall of Fame. Read the rest of this entry »

On November 2013, I published the name of the owner of a smash repair shop in Mt. Druitt based on a report made by Mr. Lope Pabico. According to this owner of Pabico Club 55, Mr. Bong David borrowed $20,000 from him in 2011. David apparently used the money during his production of a show featuring Filipino actress/singer Sarah Geronimo. To this day, he continues to produce shows of imported talents from the Philippines but has not paid off his debt to Pabico. Read the rest of this entry »

With the national elections happening this month, I dare make these fearless analyses of who would be elected President and Vice-President of the Republic for the next six years. Judging from what I read in the papers and assuming the surveys are indicators of what is to come, the candidates are “placed” in the race for the palace in the following order: Rodrigo Duterte and Grace Poe are tied on the first place, followed by Jejomar Binay, Mar Roxas, and Miriam Santiago. Read the rest of this entry »

Irate customers from the Stanhope Village Shopping Centre are talking about their concerns regarding the public parking situation in Facebook. Read the rest of this entry »

I viewed this much-talked about movie in the home theatre of my youngest son who did know much about Philippine History. (He studied high school in Australia.) Read the rest of this entry »