Posts Tagged ‘Olongapo ’

Strong Winds Batter Subic Freeport, Olongapo and Zambales

  Typhoon Glenda battered the Subic Bay Freeport and Olongapo City with strong winds not too many residents have yet experienced. Power outage gripped the Freeport and city, with most parts in the former suffering through the evening as Glenda’s strong winds knocked down trees… [More]

Storm Signal no. 2 in Olongapo Despite Early Evening Calm

A prevailing early evening calm here hides the fact that PAGASA has raised Typhoon Alert Signal no. 2 in Olongapo. PAGASA reported that Typhoon Glenda has slowed down and that its landfall will be later than expected as earlier announced, but no less dangerous as… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol. 7 No. 23 in jpg

Images of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 7 no. 23 edition . Pls. click to zoom to view page  

Gov. Ebdane at Keppel  Subic  Shipyard

(Upper photo) ZAMBALES Gov. Hermogenes Ebdane, Jr. (2nd frm R), Keppel Subic president Leong Kok Weng (R), gm Spencer Leong Chee Wah (3rd frm R) and vp for operations Jen Ming Wong (4th frm R) enjoy the panoramic view of Subic Bay and Subic Town… [More]


This year’s Style Origin fashion show at Ayala Mall’s Harbor Point, Subic featured both local and Metro-Manila based personalities that included (top-bottom) Jessy Mendiola, Jun Omar Ebdane, Xian Lim, Cynthia Paulino, Eat Bulaga’s Ryzza Mae, Summer Saliba and Karen Bada. Harbor Point marketing manager Argee… [More]

FrameCad at CARAT 2014

By Publisher on July 12, 2014

FrameCad at CARAT 2014

The FrameCad is a factory in a can that produces frames for buildings and multi-purpose units of various size and uses that can withstand winds similar to that of typhoon Yolanda. The FrameCad conducted demonstrations (photos below) at the NETC, San Miguel, San Antonio, Zambales,… [More]

Style Origin at HarborPoint!

Jessy Mendiola joined other celebrities and local personalities at Harbor Point Subic’s fashion show dubbed as “Style Origin” on July 5 & 6, 2014. Due to its resounding success, Harbor Point will again hold the same fashion show about this time next year, according to… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol 7 No 22 in jpg

Images in jpeg format of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 7 no. 22 edition . Pls. click to zoom to view pages    

ING ‘Orange Bike’ project benefit 590 in Zambales

Dutch-based financial institution ING Bank has chosen the Philippines anew as the recipient-country for its Asia-wide “Orange Bike” project. The five-year project, which is now in its second year, will benefit 5,000 children from select Asian countries. With their bikes, the children can get to… [More]

$200-M  solar/wind power  project deal in Subic inked

  SUBIC BAY FREEPORT— The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) has signed an agreement with Jobin-SQM, Inc., an all-Filipino corporation, for the establishment here of a $200-million renewable energy facility that will produce electricity from both solar and wind power. SBMA Chairman Roberto Garcia and… [More]