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(5th UPDATE) The 30 repatriates and the team that brought them home will be quarantined in the New Clark City Athletes' Village for 14 days to be monitored for signs of the novel coronavirus
At least 26 Filipinos are expected to arrive early Sunday in the Philippines from China’s Hubei province, the epicenter of the nCoV outbreak. They will then be quarantined for 14 days at the New Clark City Athletes’ Village in Capas, Tarlac.
The area, which was used during the 2019 Southeast Asian Games, will house around 40 Filipinos who will be repatriated from Hubei province in China – the epicenter of the novel coronavirus
As we commemorate International Human Rights Day on December 10, let us remember that recognition begins at home and with our first peoples, the Aetas
The BCDA says affected families were issued notices before, given assistance amounting to P300,000 per hectare, and relocation sites
The BCDA 'contributed the usufruct of its property to the joint venture agreement under the contract, thus, it is clearly not a Build-Operate-and-Transfer project,' says the OGCC
Rudolf Jurado says his contract review subjected the joint venture agreement on the New Clark sports facilities to 'a condition'
The Bases Conversion and Development Authority asked the Malaysian firm to construct it, after the latter said it just wanted to build offices in New Clark City
OGCC Chief Elpidio Vega says the contract review issued by former chief Rudolf Jurado even 'gave the go signal' for the project to push through
Action in the athletics and aquatics events gets going in the brand new sports complex at New Clark City in Capas, Tarlac
Paano nga ba nakalusot ang kwestyonableng deal na pinangunahan ng Bases Conversion and Development Authority?
Chef Bruce Lim, together with Kapampangan chef Sau del Rosario, leads Culinarya Pampanga in handling the nutrition and dietary needs of athletes and officials
Conclusion: EXCLUSIVE: The favorable legal opinion of the OGCC being cited by BCDA was issued only in October 2018 – 8 months after the deal was already signed, skirting several rules, including BCDA's own guidelines
Part 2: EXCLUSIVE: The OGCC raises red flags during a contract review. The BCDA, however, says it has an OGCC opinion that affirms the legality of the agreement.
'The facility has been built for 18 months, but it usually takes 3 years,' says MTD Philippines president Nikko David
The sprawling 9,500-hectare development includes a 20,000-seater athletics stadium, a 2,000-seater aquatics center, and an athletes' village
Pinoy tankers get a chance to swim in the New Clark City Aquatics Center and stay in the Athlete's Village
Check out the major developments 100 days before the country hosts the 2019 Southeast Asian Games
New Clark City Triathlon 2019 will be held a month before the 2019 Southeast Asian Games unfolds
The New Clark City Sports complex is scheduled to be completed by August 31, over two months before the Philippines hosts the 2019 Southeast Asian Games
Rooms tailor-made for persons with disabilities will be built in the Athletes' Village for the 10th ASEAN Para Games
The big investment in the regional tournament will pay dividends if the country continues to host prestigious multi-sport events
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The proposed P121.8-billion National Government Administrative Center at New Clark City in Capas, Tarlac will house an extension office for the Philippine president, plus major administrative offices and satellite offices of agencies
The project is part of a wider plan to transform Central Luzon in conjunction with the Manila-Clark Railway, Subic-Clark Cargo Railway, and the New Clark City projects
MTD Capital Berhad proposes a P121.8-billion, 207-hectare national government administrative center outside the Philippines' capital
A railway connecting the cities of Davao Surigao and Cagayan de Oro as well as a subway linking Quezon City Mandaluyong Pasig and Taguig are part of the government s basket of solutions to address the country s poor infrastructure
More key government agencies are expected to move to New Clark City in Pampanga in the coming years said BCDA president Vince Dizon