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Top of the Morning: Sunshine Dizon's Estranged Husband Hopes for a 'Reasonable Agreement'Plus, see Atasha’s special gift to dad Aga Muhlach, new tilapia-flavored ice cream, and more!by Rachel Perez .
1. Sunshine Dizon’s estranged husband hopes for a 'favorable and reasonable agreement'
Even before the court hearing last Tuesday, August 10, rumors circulated that Sunshine Dizon’s estranged husband, Timothy Tan, was seeking to settle the two cases Sunshine filed against him (an Anti-Violence Against Women and Children (VAWC) and concubinage). Timothy’s lawyer Atty. Ruth Castelo neither confirmed nor denied the rumors. However, she added, “We, of course, expect and hope that we will get a reasonable and acceptable agreement between the parties. Silang dalawa, of course they will decide. Hindi lang naman lawyers ang nagdedesisyon para sa parties.” Timothy’s camp asked for a postponement of their counter-affidavit until August 25 because of “developments” in the case. (pep.ph)
2. Neri Naig shares pregnancy update!
The mom-to-be is entering her third trimester, captioning this Instagram photo with: "Konting tulog na lang at nasa third trimester na ako! Ang bilis ng panahon!" Neri has been experiencing the aches and pains of being pregnant. "Super sumasakit na ulit yung likod ko, yung mga buto-buto ko kase nga biglang laki ng tyan ko. Minsan nahihirapan na rin humanap ng pwesto sa pagtulog lalo pa't very active si baby sa tummy ko. Masakit na rin sumipa si baby!" she shared. Neri thanked husband Chito for giving her back massages so she could sleep. "Minsan kinakantahan niya ako ng mga pausong lyrics niya na nakakatawa, bentang benta naman sa akin," she quipped.
3. Look what Atasha gave his dad Aga Muhlach for his birthday
Actor Aga Muhlach is turning 46 on August 24, and he got an early birthday gift from his daughter Atasha. “Woke up to this!!! Advanced birthday gift from my daughter!!! Thank you, Atasha!!!” he wrote in the caption when he shared the painting on his Instagram. He also used the hashtags #whoneedstopartywhenyouvegotthis and #prouddadmoment. His wife, Charlene Gonzalez, posted a closer look at the painting on her Instagram account. Atasha, 15, has been into painting since she was 8 years old and graduated to using oil on canvass works by the time she was 11. See more of her paintings here. (pep.ph)
4. New tilapia ice cream bags awards!
Tilapia in your ice cream? Now, you can, & the product is definitely world class.https://t.co/pC0TNSZXru pic.twitter.com/ZOG1cQq4Y7
— dostpcaarrd (@dostpcaarrd) August 10, 2016
No, it does not smell fishy nor does it have an aftertaste. The tilapia-flavored ice cream developed by the Central Luzon State University (CLSU) won the Innovation Gold Award during the Salon International de L’Agroalimentaire (SIAL) ASEAN Manila 2016. The new flavor, Daerrys Tilapia Ice Cream, won over 350 exhibitors from 25 countries all over the world. The ice cream is made from tilapia fillet, all-purpose cream, condensed and fresh milk, chopped walnuts, and diced cheese, according to the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD). The name Daerrys came from the ice cream proponents’ nicknames, CLSU assistant professor Dana Vera Cruz and CLSU president Dr. Terry (full name Tereso) Abella, who provided the idea for the recipe. The Tilapia Ice Cream even has its own line that includes Original Flavored Tilapia Ice Cream and Tilapia Sansrival. (manila.coconuts.co)
5. DOTr extends driving license validity to five yearsADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
GOOD NEWS! Simula October, 5 years na ang validity ng mga driver's license sa NCR! @LTOPhilippines
— DOTr (@DOTr_PH) August 9, 2016
The Department of Transportaion (DOTr) announced via its Twitter account that starting October, driver’s licenses issued in the National Capital Region (NCR) will now be valid for five years instead of three. DOTr spokesperson Cherrie Mercado said this will give the department enough time to test for possible glitches in the system. Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante said the move was in accordance with the President Rodrigo Duterte's first State of the Nation address last July. He added that the new policy will also be applied to areas otuside NCR. (spot.ph)
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