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Welcome to Sun.Star Blogs and Specials, a section where you can find updates on current events and hottest issues of the day. This section contains several micro-sites that were designed to cover certain topics and issues, such as corruption in the government, developments in the Aquino administration, updates on Cebu’s grandest festival – the Sinulog, schedule of fights and the life of Filipino boxing champ Manny Pacquiao, and even a section for Filipinos abroad, among others. Each of these micro-sites is interactive and has videos, photos, maps and graphics. Browse through the sites featured in this section, and know more about what’s inside Sun.Star.
News, Events From The Blog
Good Earth
September 30th, 2016Good Earth 0 Comments

SEOUL, South Korea — A private golf course in southeastern part of South Korea has been chosen as the new site for an advanced US missile defense system to be deployed by the end of next year to protect against North Korean threats, South Korean military officials said Friday. Seoul’s Defense Ministry in July originally

Good Earth
September 30th, 2016Good Earth 0 Comments

CYNTHIA Moreno, then the mayor of Aloguinsan town, defied the odds to develop the Bojo River, as no one believed the river’s tourism potential. Now both Barangay Bojo and Aloguinsan town are getting international recognition because of the river that’s lined with mangroves and habitated by different species of birds. Read More

Good Earth
September 27th, 2016Good Earth 0 Comments

GREEN Destination, an award giving body, names Bojo River in Aloguinsan town in midwest Cebu as one of the three places in the Philippines that were included in the top 100 tourist destinations in the world. Read More

bacolod
September 27th, 2016bacolod 0 Comments

If there is one color to best describe what is considered by many as among “the best festivals of the Philippines,” then, a color would fail in comparison to MassKara Festival. As in the words of Festival Director Eli Tajanlangit, in a sit down interview with me years back, “MassKara […]

Philippine Festivals
September 27th, 2016Philippine Festivals 0 Comments

CAGAYAN DE ORO. Iligan City' Diyandi Festival showcase "Sayaw Saulog" Tuesday, September 27. The festive street dancing is in honor of Saint Michael the Archangel, Iligan City’s patron saint. (Richel V. Umel)

CAGAYAN DE ORO. Iligan City’ Diyandi Festival showcase “Sayaw Saulog” Tuesday, September 27. The festive street dancing is in honor of Saint Michael the Archangel, Iligan City’s patron saint. (Richel V. Umel)

Two major tourist spots here have been temporarily closed while the city is celebrating Diyandi Festival.

The famous majestic Maria Cristina Falls in Agus 6 and Nature’s Park in Agus 7 hydro electric power plants are closed for viewing since the month of September. Incidentally, the city is celebrating the annual fiesta of St. Michael. Continue reading…

Good Earth
September 26th, 2016Good Earth 0 Comments

COMPOSTING has always been the byword of organic farmers and gardeners, but regular households who live in tiny spaces know how stinky that can become before you can even have a good amount of compost fertilizer. Garbage, too, is the waterloo of just about every local government unit. While every garbage trader would want to

Good Earth
September 25th, 2016Good Earth 0 Comments

In this age of the selfie and Facebook and Twitter and what else have you, one cannot hide a beautiful place for long. The beauty of her hillside garden grew viral late last year and people started to go there for selfies. So last January, on the feast day of the Santo Niño, she and

Good Earth
September 25th, 2016Good Earth 0 Comments

BEIJING — The world’s largest radio telescope began searching for signals from stars and galaxies and, perhaps, extraterrestrial life Sunday, September 25, in a project demonstrating China’s rising ambitions in space and its pursuit of international scientific prestige. Beijing has poured billions into such ambitious scientific projects as well as its military-backed space program, including

Good Earth
September 21st, 2016Good Earth 0 Comments

BETTER lifestyle choices through simple acts of caring for the environment everyday was among the advocacies of Jayson Villagomez. His initiative to combat climate change and the learnings he acquired as a student of De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines, gave him an inspiration to create a video that has been shortlisted in the

Good Earth
September 20th, 2016Good Earth 0 Comments

AN OFFICIAL of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) announced Tuesday that eight more tropical cyclones are expected to enter the country this year. The first of these eight cyclones may enter the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) next week, September 25, based on the weather bureau’s forecast, said Engr. Oscar Tabada,

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