Today, I receive all God’s love for me. Today, I open myself to the unbounded, limitless, overflowing abundance of God’s Universe. Today, I open myself to your Blessings, healing and miracles.Today, I open myself to God’s Word so that I become more like Jesus Everyday. Today, I proclaim that I’m God’s Beloved, I’m God’s Servant, I’m God’s powerful champion, And because I am blessed, I will bless the world, In Jesus Name, Amen.

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Thursday, April 21, 2011

New Skyway toll rates to take effect April 26, 2011



The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) has approved the implementation of the new toll rates for the Integrated Skyway Stages 1 and 2.

The new toll rates which will take effect on April 26, 2011 are: 



  • P65 for the Makati-Bicutan elevated stretch
  • P106 for Makati-Sucat
  • P147 for Makati-Alabang.
For the at-grade section, approved tolls for Class 1 are as follows: 

  • P44 for Magallanes or C-5 to Merville or Bicutan
  • P31 from Bicutan to Sucat
  • P31 from Sucat to Alabang.

The integrated Skyway System consists of the 16.3-km. Buendia-Alabang elevated section and the 13.5-km. Magallanes-Alabang at-grade section.

The rates were supposed to take effect on April 20, but the Skyway operators decided on April 26 date to allow the motorists to enjoy the toll-free use of the new Skyway Bicutan-Alabang extension during the Holy Week.

With Stage 1’s newly-asphalted roadway and new toll facilities like the CCTV cameras and the Command Center, and the full operation of 6.88-km. Skyway’s Bicutan-Alabang section, travel time on both the at-grade and elevated sections of the Skyway System has remarkably improved from what used to be around one hour to just 15 to 20 minutes. The Skyway extension to Alabang opened to traffic last April 6, 2011.

For any clarifications, motorists may email corpcomm@cmmtc.com, or skyway@skyway.com.ph


Employees who are working on Black Saturday should get 130 percent of their daily wage




Employees who are working on Black Saturday should get 130 percent of their daily wage, Labor Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz said Tuesday.

The President declared Black Saturday, April 23, as a special nonworking holiday throughout the country.

An employee working on Black Saturday is entitled to 130 percent of his daily rate for the first eight hours, and to an additional 30 percent of his or her hourly rate on that day for work performed in excess of eight hours, said the labor secretary.


Black Saturday April 23, 2011 declared a special non-working day




Black Saturday is now a special non-working day.

MalacaƱang issued on Monday Proclamation no. 150 declaring Black Saturday as a special non-working day.

The proclamation was approved by President Aquino and it was signed by Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr.

According to the proclamation, Black Saturday "has been traditionally declared a special (non-working) day throughout the country.''

"Our people must be given the full and uninterrupted opportunity to ponder on the significance of the Holy Week and to properly observe its traditions with religious fervor, without prejudice to public interest,'' said the proclamation.


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