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  • Look: Heart Evangelista's Mansion Is Almost Finished

    Plus, Yohan Agoncillo gets a reward for earning own money, new deadline for the exchange of old Peso bills, and more!
    by Lei Dimarucut-Sison . Published Dec 29, 2016
  • Look: Heart's all-white mansion is almost finished

    Actress / designer Heart Evangelista can't wait to live in her all-white mansion, and excitedly shared snaps on Instagram of the house she has been building for more than a year now. "You are just amazing, God. Thank you for everything, tears, pain and joyful times! "In your perfect time talaga!" she posted a photo. The wife of Senator Escudero also mentioned that the house will be completed in February, in time for her 18th year in show business. We can't wait to see it! (pep.ph)

    Juday and Ryan proud of daughter's money-savvy attitude
    The Agoncillos are doing a great job raising their kids to appreciate the value of hard-earned money. Recently, Juday and Ryan's 12-year-old daughter was able to buy herself a gadget from money she earned selling her homemade polvoron to their relatives and friends. "We are so proud of our, Ate Yohan. Good job, sweetie pie," Juday wrote on Instagram. She also credits husband Ryan "for being so patient in explaining and teaching our kids the value of money and family." (pep.ph)

    Bangko Sentral extends period for the exchange of old peso bills


    Due to public clamor, the Monetary Board is extending the deadline for the exchange or replacement of old Philippine banknote series (or New Design Series banknotes) to New Generation Currency (NGC) banknotes without charge from the original date of December 31, 2016 to March 31, 2017. The NDS banknotes may be exchanged with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas or its authorized agent banks. After the said new deadline, all NDS banknotes will be demonetized and will lose their value.

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    Pinoy teen receives award from Michelle Obama

    Sixteen-year-old Pinoy Rafael Bitanga received an award for his achievements in filmmaking from the First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama no less. Representing Baranov Museum in Alaska, the Laoag native said, "It’s just an honor to be up there. At noong nandoon ako, sabi ni Michelle Obama, go to school, finish college, and she pointed out her finger right at me". His message to fellow students? "Don't lose hope," and to "work hard, that's the only way". (abs-cbnnews.com)

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