March, 2013

DAGHAN ko mga kailang balikbayan sa Singapore. Matud pa nila nga ang usa sa nakapadaghan sa turista ug investor mao jud ang kalimpyo sa lugar, maoy hinungdan nga malomboon kaayo ang maong nasud tungod sa kalimpyo. Diri sa ato, medyo nipaak ang segregation of garbage pero wa kayo gihangop sa publiko. Naka attend ko ug […]

March 25th, 2013News 0 Comments

MORE people joined this year’s Earth Hour observance, which meant more power saved compared to the previous year. The Visayan Electric Co. (Veco) announced after the Earth Hour activity at Plaza Independencia last night that over 11,000 kilowatt hours or about 11 megawatts (mw) were saved because of the activity. Some 340,000 households turned off

At 3 p.m. of Saturday, March 23, Cebu City firefighters responded to an emergency call from local neighborhood residents at Junquera extension 1, Cebu City, Philippines, when they saw black smoke escaping from the 2nd floor windows. The cause of the fire was a household appliance in one of the 2nd floor apartments. There were […]

March 23rd, 2013News 0 Comments

MACABEBE, Pampanga — Some residents here, whose main source of living is fishing, said that fishpond operators in Pampanga are discharging contaminants at the Pampanga River. Pepito Lagman, a resident in one of the coastal barangays in this town, said: “Wala naman tayong gustong siraan pero yung mga may ari ng fishpond na nagpapakain ng feeds sa

March 23rd, 2013Editorial 0 Comments

HAVE you seen the recent advice on television asking each and every Juan of us to turn off their lights this day? It is mostly featured in Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet and many others syndicated over our own cable television. Anyway, I thought…

March 23rd, 2013News 0 Comments

ENVIRONMENT and Natural Resources Secretary Ramon Paje is calling for a deeper and broader cooperation among all sectors to ensure sufficient clean water for all in the years ahead. “A sufficient, safe and reliable water supply is increasingly recognized as a critical issue and in order to make clean water accessible for everyone it requires

March 18th, 2013News 0 Comments

THE Soli-soli Festival is a big help to San Francisco town’s economy, said town Mayor Aly Arquillano. The San Francisco town celebrated its 12th Soli-soli Festival on Saturday. Today, the town will hold its yearly fiesta in honor of their patron, San Jose. [Read more]

March 15th, 2013Events, News 0 Comments

THE Bolton Elementary School and Sta. Ana National High School bagged P50,000 each and a trophy for winning the Sayawan Sa Da’n competition Friday morning. Sayawan Sa Da’n is a competition of contemporary street dancing and merriment in celebration of the Dabawenyo’s positive spirit and oneness. [Read more]

The siren of the fire trucks woke me up around 3:00 in the morning. I guess it was a good thing since I will be on duty around 4 a.m. but I digress. Didn’t know that the fire was near our place until I got to the office and an officemate told me where it […]

March 3rd, 2013Announcement, News 0 Comments

CEBU CITY – If it were up to Mexican boxing legend Marco Antonio Barrera, Manny Pacquiao should move on and stop chasing another rematch with his rival, Juan Manuel Marquez. “To me personally, why make a fifth fight?” Barrera said last Friday. READ MORE

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