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  • P4.6 million illegal drugs seized in 3 Cebu barangays
    ANTI-narcotics operatives seized P4.6 million worth of illegal drugs in separate operations on Tuesday, April 17, in three villages in Cebu City. At 9:30 p.m., the joint personnel of Special Operations Unit (SOU) 5 caught Mark Albano Abella in a drug bust in Sitio Sampaguita, Barangay Tejero and they seized… ... more
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  • Roque on Australian nun's arrest: 'Apologies are i...
    THE government is slated to issue an apology for detaining Sister Patricia Fox, a 71-year-old Australian missionary accused of engaging in "political activities and anti-government demonstrations," Malacañang said Wednesday, April 18. A day after justifying the Bureau of Immigration's (BI) arrest order against Fox, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. admitted… ... more
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  • Construction of Negros First Animal Hub at Panaad in questio...
    THE ongoing construction of Negros First Animal Hub at the Panaad Park and Stadium allegedly did not undergo the bidding process. It does not even have any purchase order. In a document obtained by SunStar Bacolod on April 17, I Watch Negros Occidental Inc. told the members of the Provincial… ... more
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  • 46 families flee after San Carlos clash
    A TOTAL of 46 families and 224 individuals were evacuated from two villages in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, after members of the 79th Infantry Battalion (IB) of the Philippine Army engaged in a firefight with suspected communist rebels in Barangay Guadalupe on April 16. Inspector Charmae De Paz, public… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • NPA claims wake shooting in Isabela
    THE Leonardo Panaligan Command of the New People's Army (NPA) claimed the shooting incident in Barangay Bulad, Isabela town, that resulted in the death of three persons, including a retired soldier and policeman. The NPA claimed that the retired soldier and policeman were their only targets. The NPA also admitted… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • PCSO awaits court order on Globaltech closure
    THE Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) is waiting for the release of the court order to completely stop the operation of Peryahan ng Bayan by Globaltech Mobile Online Corporation in Burgos-Lacson Streets, Bacolod City. Retired Marine Major Manuel Fraginal, chief of the Nationwide Inter-Brach Security Monitoring of the PCSO, said… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Police, Army deny circulation of 'CNN personalities...
    THE Philippine Army and the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (Nocppo) denied ordering the circulation of posters that bear the faces of more than 60 personalities who were allegedly insurgents in Moises Padilla town. Brigadier General Eliezer Losañes, commanding officer of the 303rd Infantry Brigade of the Philippine Army based… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Ched awaits amendments of BCC ordinance for accreditation
    THE Commission on Higher Education (Ched)-Western Visayas is still awaiting the amendments of Bacolod City College (BCC) ordinance for its accreditation so that students under the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act can avail themselves of free tuition. Ched-Western Visayas Director Cesar Medina said Tuesday, April 17, that he… ... more
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  • Donesa to replace late Barangay 8 captain
    EVELYN Donesa, the number one kagawad (councilman) of Barangay 8, Bacolod City, will take over the post of the late Mylene Diwara as barangay captain. Donesa said Tuesday, April 17, that she is waiting for the order of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) for her to take… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • 2nd gun ban violator in Bacolod nabbed
    ANOTHER gun ban violator was arrested at the Barangay Singcang-Airport in Bacolod City early Tuesday morning, April 17. Police identified the suspect as Emon Degamo, 35, of the said village. Senior Superintendent Francisco Ebreo, officer-in-charge of Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO), said Degamo was reported by concerned citizens after he… ... more
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  • Bacolod crimes down by 25.47 percent in 15 days
    THE Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) released a report Tuesday, April 17, showing a decrease of 25.47 percent in criminal incidents in the city from April 1 to 15. Senior Superintendent Francisco Ebreo, officer-in-charge of BCPO, presented the statistics to the media in a press conference at the city police… ... more
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  • Imee Marcos arriving for Isabela fiesta
    ISABELA Mayor Joselito Malabor confirmed that Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos is arriving Friday, April 20, for their fiesta celebration, which kicked off April 15. The celebration will culminate on April 21. Malabor said Marcos will be flying in by helicopter and will land directly in Isabela town. Activities on… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Tesda livelihood skills competition slated
    THE Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda), in partnership with the Negros Occidental Provincial Government, will hold the 25th Panaad Livelihood Skills Competition on April 19 at the Panaad covered court in Bacolod City, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is part of the Panaad Sa Negros… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Silay wins drum and lyre competition
    SILAY South Elementary School Drum and Lyre Corps, representing Silay City, is this year's champion for the 25th Panaad sa Negros Festival Drum and Lyre Competition and received P50,000 cash prize at the Panaad Stadium on April 17. Bocana Elementary School Drum and Lyre Corps, representing the municipality of Ilog,… ... more
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  • Ceneco turns over medicines to Abes health center
    CENTRAL Negros Electric Cooperative Inc. (Ceneco) turned over medicines and medical supplies to Andres Bonifacio Elementary School (Abes) Health Center on April 16. The activity was led by Ceneco District I-Bacolod North director Joyce Martha Cuenca. Medical supplies such as thermometers, food supplements, vitamins and cough syrups were provided… ... more
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  • Missing lawyer 'found'
    THE lawyer who was reported missing by her husband was "found" after she was seen walking at the car park of the Banilad Town Center (BTC) in Cebu City Wednesday morning, April 18. Representative Jonas Cortes (6th District, Cebu) said he saw lawyer Sarah Cabrera-Calipayan walking and meeting her husband,… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Panaad musical play set April 18
    THE Provincial Government of Negros Occidental and Kalipay Negrense Foundation Inc., the home of abandoned and abused children in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental, have organized a musical play dubbed as "Panaad: The Promise Fulfilled." The musical play was set Wednesday, April 18, at SMX Convention Center in Bacolod City.… ... more
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  • Car of missing lawyer found
    THE vehicle of the reported missing lawyer was found on Wednesday dawn, April 18, in the parking area of a mall in Barangay Banilad, Cebu City. Cebu City Police Office Director Joel Doria said the Honda City (FHY-588) of Atty. Sarah Cabrera-Calipayan was found at 2 a.m. in Banilad Town… ... more
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  • Cebu City public school teacher nabbed in Ilocos Sur
    A CEBU City public school teacher was arrested Tuesday night in Caoayan, Ilocos Sur, for allegedly molesting a 14-year-old student-athlete. Rodymar Pedrano Lelis, 28, a teacher at Zapatera Elementary School, and resident of Baragay T. Padilla, allegedly embraced and attempted to kiss the boy, a dance sport athlete in… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Drug pusher's estranged wife, another shot dead in Ming...
    TWO persons, including the estranged wife of a slain notorious drug pusher, were shot to death inside their house in Sitio Bacay, Barangay Tulay, Minglanilla, Cebu, on Tuesday midnight. Haide Franza and Rolando Paglinawan sustained fatal gunshot wounds in the head and abdomen. Police found their bodies inside the home… ... more
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  • Investigators still searching for motive in attack on counci...
    THE Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) said it now has information on the killer of Barangay San Isidro Councilman Neil Abella of San Fernando. However, CCPO Director Joel Doria said that investigators are still building up the case and are also waiting for the family to give information on… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Congressman pins rising prices on TRAIN, NFA
    A PARTY-LIST congressman defended yesterday his decision to vote against a tax reform law that he now blames for rising prices of commodities. In a press conference in Cebu, Rep. Gary Alejano (Magdalo) also questioned the National Food Authority (NFA) for failing to ensure sufficient supply that could have prevented… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • DPWH wants Mananga Bridge rehab done before classes start
    MOTORISTS who regularly use the Cebu South Coastal Road are advised to brace for traffic. The Department of Public Works and Highways will temporarily close one of two bridges on the Cebu South Coastal Road (CSCR) in Talisay City for rehabilitation and repairs, starting in the last week of the… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • LRT proposal aligns with transport study for Cebu
    A PROPOSED Light Rail Transit (LRT) from Carcar to Danao is consistent with development plans for Cebu, a private sector representative of the Regional Development Council observed yesterday. It is also one of the projects identified in a study for sustainable transportation and development in Metro Cebu, as identified by… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Oslob collects 3 trucks of trash at Tumalog Falls
    AROUND three truckloads of assorted waste were collected by local officials and volunteers during the first day of the cleanup drive at Tumalog Falls in the southern town of Oslob yesterday. Oslob Mayor Jose “Junâ€� Tumulak Jr. told SunStar Cebu that the trash they recovered was composed of non-biodegradable waste… ... more
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  • Opposition allies want to defect to BOPK: Tomas
    WITH the filing of certificates of candidacy closing on Friday, some barangay officials identified with Barug Team Rama allegedly want to switch sides to Bando Osmeña Pundok Kauswagan (BOPK). According to Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña, he has been receiving feelers from several barangay officials, but he will not disclose… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • More than 5,000 aspirants have filed COCs in province
    MORE than 5,000 people have filed their certificates of candidacy (COC) in Cebu for next month’s barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections. Within the first three days of the election period that began last Saturday, 5,670 people from Cebu Province and the cities of Cebu, Mandaue and Lapu-Lapu City have… ... more
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  • Comelec validating potential ‘hot spots’ in Tub...
    TWO barangays in Tuburan are being monitored by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) due to their history of election-related violence. But Cebu Provincial Election Supervisor Lionel Marco Castillano said they are still validating to determine if the two barangays will need heavy security during election time. Atty. Castillano told… ... more
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  • 4 men caught around the province allegedly violating Comelec...
    FOUR men are in custody for allegedly violating the election gun ban in Balamban, Barili, Tabuelan. In Barangay Nangka, Balamban last Monday night, suspects Melvin Baliguat, 43, and Joel Torreon Aliviado, 45, were arrested by a team led by Senior Insp. Deni Mari Pedrozo. The suspects were on board… ... more
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  • Council wants budget for widening restored
    TO ease traffic congestion in the area, the Cebu City Council urged the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) to restore the budget it had shelved for the widening of the Mambaling access road. The council also asked DPWH to implement the road widening project as soon as the… ... more
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  • Province to clear sides of highways
    THE Cebu Provincial Government will create a task force that will remove illegally parked vehicles and structures along national roads. Jonathan Tumulak, Cebu Provincial focal person for traffic management, said the inter-agency task force aims to address the perennial problem of illegal parking and structures on sidewalks along national highways… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • OPAV’s statement against BRT is fake news: Tomas
    PLEASE don’t be misled by their fake news. This was Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña’s message to Cebuanos after the Office of the Presidential Assistant for the Visayas (OPAV) said in a Facebook post that the conditions for the Bus Rapid Transit Project (BRT) to succeed in the city… ... more
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  • Arcilla on use of CH vehicle: Sue me
    CEBU City Councilor Alvin Arcilla challenged his critics to file cases if he committed a violation when he used his City Hall-issued vehicle to visit a private safari in Carmen last Saturday. Arcilla reiterated that his visit to the safari was an official trip. “If I am at fault, I… ... more
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  • Second case in 3 days: Woman hacked by partner
    TWO days after a wife was killed by her own husband in Barangay Umapad, Mandaue City, another woman was hacked and killed by her live-in partner in Barangay Labogon yesterday. Danilo Lacno, 41, killed Analiza Lacno, 42, inside their house in Sitio Upper Labogon at 8:30 a.m. after he learned… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • 2 butane canister refillers arrested
    TWO persons working in an allegedly illegal butane refilling station were arrested in Barangay Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City. The City Mobile Force Company (CMFC) of the Lapu-Lapu City Police Office conducted the operation in Sitio Casanta at 4:30 p.m. last Friday. Police Supt. Dexter Calacar, chief of CMFC, said their office… ... more
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  • Man who ‘killed’ fellow worker surrenders
    A MAN who allegedly stabbed his fellow construction worker last week surrendered to the Guihulngan Police Station. Jomarie Alberto, 28, was turned over to the Homicide Section of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) after he killed Leonardo Anito last April 9 in a construction site in Barangay Kamputhaw,… ... more
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  • Bzzzzz: Age 18-30 voters have 2 ballots not to sell’
    RED AND BLACK. Comelec must have already sorted out voters names for Sangguniang Kabataan elections and barangay elections, for not everyone gets two ballots on May 14. First, there are two ballots: one printed red (for the SK voter) and the other, printed black (for the barangay voter). … ... more
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  • 262 farmers get agri lands they till
    THE Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) distributed certificates of land ownership award (CLOAs) to 262 agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) in Mabinay, Negros Oriental. The distributed property involved 35 private agricultural lands with a total area of 388.78 hectares covered under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) in 15 villages… ... more
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  • Beneficiary of DSWD program graduates
    BEAMING with pride, Johanna Heart Genon went up on stage to receive her diploma. Her parents, seated on the bleachers inside the Cebu Coliseum, watched her accept her certificate of graduation, proof that she had finished senior high school. Her family is among the partner-beneficiaries of the Modified Conditional Cash… ... more
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  • Casa Gorordo Museum to hold talk on World War II
    THE Casa Gorordo Museum (CGM) will hold a forum that will delve into the experiences of people who lived through World War II in Cebu. The CGM Talk entitled “Surviving the Warâ€� will be held on from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18. An overview of the war… ... more
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  • Espinoza: Dino formally blocks the BRT project
    PERHAPS, this would be the first in our country: an impeachable official removed from office through a petition for quo warranto filed before the Supreme Court instead of being impeached. ... more
    Sunstar |Opinion2 months ago
  • Editorial: Not sovereignty, but weakness
    IN the last four days, immigration officials intercepted two foreigners for what they described as illegal political activities. ... more
    Sunstar |Opinion2 months ago
  • Carvajal: Can but don’t
    YOU only do what you can. But it does not follow that because you know the good that you can do… that you actually do it. As St. Augustine of Hippo famously said, “I know the good I should do but I often find myself doing the bad I know… ... more
    Sunstar |Opinion2 months ago
  • Nalzaro: Has LRT project passed RDC scrutiny?
    ACCORDING to a press release, a proposed Light Rail Transit (LRT) project will be implemented starting next year in two phases. The first phase will cover the Metro Cebu stretch from Carcar City in the south to Danao City in the north and comprises two lines, the central line… ... more
    Sunstar |Opinion2 months ago
  • Wenceslao: Evasco eased out
    I DON’T think fans of Cabinet Secretary Leoncio Evasco in Cebu like this development. President Rodrigo Duterte has eased out Evasco from the National Food Authority (NFA) Council. That means that in the power struggle between Evasco on one side and NFA Administrator Jason Aquino and Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol… ... more
    Sunstar |Opinion2 months ago
  • Tell it to SunStar: God save the constitution
    CHIEF Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno faces a double-barrel, two-pronged attack. Sometime last year, a certain Atty. Larry Gadon filed a verified complaint with the House of Representatives, charging the chief justice with improprieties and violation of the Internal Rules of the Supreme Court, based on hearsay evidence. ... more
    Sunstar |Opinion2 months ago
  • Tell it to SunStar: Arrest of Notre Dame de Sion nun
    WE condemn the Bureau of Immigration’s arrest and detention of Sr. Patricia Fox, NDS, without due process and respect for her fundamental rights and rights as a Church person. Sr. Pat belongs to the religious congregation of the Notre Dame de Sion. Her congregation sent her here as a missionary… ... more
    Sunstar |Opinion2 months ago
  • Negros kids lift R7
    THE returnees from Negros division made sure they had an impact and lifted the Central Visayas Regional Athletic Association (Cviraa) on the second day of competition of the 61st Palarong Pambansa in Ilocos Sur. Cviraa once more tapped into the deep talent pool of Negros after the dissolution of the… ... more
    Sunstar |Sports2 months ago
  • Villaflor: Moving on with the Malditas
    IT was painful to watch the feisty Malditas crash out of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup and lose in the fifth place playoff for a slot in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The Philippine Women’s National Team lost 5-0 to a better, faster and more skilled South Korean squad… ... more
    Sunstar |Sports2 months ago
  • Fifa Women’s World Cup hopes dashed
    THE Philippines’ hope of a first ever stint in the FIFA Women’s World Cup has been broken after a one-sided beating by South Korea in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women’s Asian Cup last Tuesday dawn at the Amman International Stadium in Amman, Jordan. The Malditas bowed down to South… ... more
    Sunstar |Sports2 months ago
  • Dormakaba, Fenestram unbeaten in A+E Corporate Cup
    DORMAKABA and Fenestram are the only teams that remain unbeaten in the Architects+Engineers Basketball Club Corporate Cup 2018 following last weekend’s action in the University of San Carlos (USC) Main Gym. Last year’s Corporate Cup runner-up Dormakaba outclassed Island Paints, 86-59. Jonas Panerio led Dormakaba with 20 points, five rebounds… ... more
    Sunstar |Sports2 months ago
  • Transformation Summit to focus on AI
    TECHNOLOGY and industry experts will shed light on the industry’s biggest challenge so far—artificial intelligence (AI)—in this year’s Transformation Summit. Cebu IT-BPM.Organization (Cib.O) president Greg Gabison told reporters yesterday that efforts to prepare businesses and its people in the midst of tech disruption have been ongoing, not only to remain… ... more
    Sunstar |Biz2 months ago
  • Direct selling still a hit
    DESPITE the growth of e-commerce, direct selling still has healthy growth prospects this year, especially in a market like the Philippines, said a top official of Avon Philippines. Avon Philippines general manager Razvan Diratian said the Philippines remains an exciting market for direct selling, as most of its consumers still… ... more
    Sunstar |Biz2 months ago
  • Dominguez assures speedy, graft-free BBB projects
    WITH an array of flagship infrastructure projects due for rollout this year, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III expressed confidence that these projects under the Duterte administration’s “Build, Build, “Build� program will be implemented fast enough and free from graft and corruption. ... more
    Sunstar |Biz2 months ago
  • CLI books P2.7 B reservation sales in Q1
    CEBU Landmasters Inc. (CLI) is on track to meet its P7 billion reservation sales target this year after sales rose 24 percent in the first three months. ... more
    Sunstar |Biz2 months ago
  • Oh hair no!
    SUMMER has long been synonymous with beach trips. For most girls, this means short shorts and body-baring bikinis, but for some, this also means getting rid of unwanted body hair in the best possible way before stepping out in said shorts and bikinis. When it comes to hair removal—while shaving… ... more
    Sunstar |LS2 months ago
  • CBTL in SM Seaside City Cebu
    KNOWN for its premium coffee and tea selection, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf has been turning every cup into an artistic expression since its inception in 1963. CBTL ensures rich and fresh tasting coffee, as it only buys whole beans stored not for too long and only grinds as much… ... more
    Sunstar |LS2 months ago
  • Pop District Bazaar is back
    POP District Bazaar is a two-day event that highlights different fashion, lifestyle and food brands all in one place. It promotes both local and start-up businesses that are found mostly in the online community. Through this event, it strives to help educate and nurture local entrepreneurs. This is the first… ... more
    Sunstar |LS2 months ago
  • L-ornithine, the second muscle recovery nutrient
    THE dynamics of transformations is always fascinating to uphold in nature. L-arginine, the muscle recovery nutrient we explored in the previous week, can be transformed into another muscle recovery nutrient called L-ornithine. Both of these nutrients are amino acids, which are building blocks of protein molecules. L-ornithine is a product… ... more
    Sunstar |LS2 months ago
  • Newsbits
    IT was a night of rejoicing and reminiscing when Dr. Warfe Engracia of Rajah Tupas Medical Services hosted a thanksgiving dinner at Casino Español de Cebu for the distinction and award he has received these past months. Late last year, he was conferred the degree of Doctor of Humanities, honoris… ... more
    Sunstar |LS2 months ago
  • Khloe names baby True; netizens react
    TRUE Thompson. That’s the name of the latest addition to the Kardashians. So for those keeping up with the Kardashians, here are the members of the new generation (in this order): Mason and Penelope Disick, North West, Reign Disick, Saint West, Dream Kardashian, Chicago West, Stormi Webster and True… ... more
    Sunstar |Ent2 months ago
  • Meunnie to release video
    SOCIAL media influencer Meunnie of “Mayman Ka Dhaiâ€� is now a recording artist with the release of her debut Bisaya single “Mangamatay Ratang Tanan,â€� a humorous take on love and loss. Collaborating with Winset Jacot, who popularized “Gugma Pa Moreâ€� and “Kung Pwede Na Kung Pwede Paâ€� and who emerged… ... more
    Sunstar |Ent2 months ago
  • ‘Bato’ to PMA cadets: Abide by the honor code
    OUTGOING Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald “Batoâ€� Dela Rosa reminded members of the Cadet Corps Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to live their lives following the tenets of courage, loyalty, integrity. In a nostalgic visit to the PMA which rendered him a testimonial parade prior to his… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Jarco eyes parking in La Trinidad
    THE commercial complex at Kilometer 5, La Trinidad is eyed to become a parking facility instead of a mall. Juanito Teope from Jarco Realty and Development Corporation said their company agreed to convert the area into a parking facility. “In general terms we have no objections because parking is… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Mayor: Only plan to develop city auditorium is final
    ONLY the plan to develop the old city auditorium at Burnham Park in Baguio City, and not any specific proposal including the unsolicited mall-inclusive blueprint submitted by a private company recently, is final. Mayor Mauricio Domogan clarified this last week amid a barrage of criticisms from the Burnham Park project… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Loading-unloading signages to be installed around Baguio
    IN ORDER to notify the public of taxi loading and unloading along Baguio City roads, pavement markings, sign boards, signages and additional traffic aids should be installed by the responsible office. This was known in a legislative monitoring and evaluation report conducted last February 27 by the City Council,… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • LTFRB asked to hold taxi rate increase
    DAVAO City Councilor Danilo Dayanghirang is eyeing to pass a resolution asking the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to hold the increase in taxi rates and explain why there was no public hearing on the adjustment. ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Salmonan residents barricade street to prevent demolition
    RESIDENTS of Barangay 26-C Salmonan, Quezon Boulevard barricaded on Tuesday, April 17, one lane of the street as they prepared for the execution of the writ of demolition in the area, which did not push through. The residents were led by their barangay captain, Wating Usman; Maranao tribe Deputy Mayor… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Labor group also wants to review minimum wage
    A LABOR coalition, Nagkaisa-Davao, seeks to be included in the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board’s (RTWPB 11) initiative to review and possibly raise the region's minimum wage. Sofriano “Ka Undoâ€� Mataro, spokesperson of Nagkaisa-Davao and regional vice president of the Association of Labor Union-Trade Union Conference of the Philippines… ... more
    Sunstar2 months ago
  • Bandit leader nabbed in DavSur
    MEMBERS of the 110th Regional Mobile Force Battalion (RMFB) 11 have arrested one of the most wanted persons in Barangay Saub in Matanao town in Davao del Sur on Tuesday morning, April 17. In a report obtained from the Police Regional Office (PRO) in Davao region, the suspect was identified… ... more
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