Articles about Noynoy Aquino

Salient motoring-related points of SONA
So, President Benigno Aquino III just gave his sixth and final State of the Nation Address, and a good part of his three-hour speech was devoted to blaming other people tackled issues concerning motoring and transportation--from our MRT woes to
Just when you thought it was all over...
While the Chief as well as most of's readers have made it known that President Benigno Aquino III's acquisition of a used Porsche is a non-issue, political satirist Mae Paner thinks it's still ripe for
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The Chief said it best, that President Benigno Aquino III's purchase of a used Porsche is a non-issue. After all, he did say that he sold his old BMW and took out a personal loan to be able to afford
All roads will definitely lead to the World Trade Center
The entire auto industry has its hands full setting up the World Trade Center for this weekend's Philippine International Motor Show (August 19 to 22). Naturally, car enthusiasts have marked this as the big event of their calendar. Turns out there
People-power goes hi-tech<br />
More than 4,000 Facebook users are now part of a Facebook page called Isumbong Mo Ang Wang Wang Dito roughly 22 hours after President Benigno Aquino III promised there will be no unnecessary display of power on the road in his
Indie singer steals show during President Noynoy's inauguration
Big-name Filipino singers lent their world-class voices to the oath-taking ceremony of newly elected President Noynoy Aquino. But it wasn't the likes of Charice Pempengco, the Apo Hiking Society, Christian Bautista, Regine Velasquez, Ogie Alcasid or even
Better roads, anti-smuggling measures top the list<br />
He's no Santa Claus but President Benigno Aquino III has been getting loads of wish lists even before his proclamation as the country's new head of state. Here's a list of wishes from the Philippine automotive
Is this too good to be true?
The ordinary Pinoy motorist's days of exasperation while stuck in traffic as some high-ranking government official cruises by in his police-escorted sport-utility vehicle may soon be over.President Benigno Aquino III pledged fairness and justice even on
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