Negligence

Editorial 03/07/2018

How many times do we have to witness people dying due to negligence at construction sites before our local governments do something other than resorting to knee-jerk solutions after the tragedy occurred? The death of five people…

8 things you need to survive sinulog 2018

Junjie Mendoza, Marc Cosep, Maria Niza Mariñas 01/17/2018

  You can feel, hear and see it! The Sinulog fever is here! And we’re sure you have something planned for Sunday’s Grand Parade. To save you some precious time, here is CDN’s list of Sinulog essentials–things…

Troublemaking inmates

Editorial 08/28/2017

Something should clearly be done to defuse whatever tension is brewing at the Cebu City Jail amid threats of hostage-taking of visitors in the wake of the curtailment of their visitation rights. While the phone call that…

BUILDING SOMETHING FROM NOTHING

Jose Santino S. Bunachita 08/21/2017

2017 Robotics Cup Matthew Luzano, 9, would spend an extra two hours in school daily to practice assembling and programming his Lego robots. He said that he would never run out of energy to assemble robots and…

Mining today

Raymund Fernandez 05/30/2017

Mining today to build tomorrow seems immediately like sound logic. Building the future will always require the sacrifice of something. But we should qualify the true meanings of the words “sacrifice” and “future” in the light of…

Basketball and Character Camp underway

Jonas N. Panerio 04/17/2017

RDAK Transport Equipment and the Pinoy Youth Dreamers will be staging a summer-long basketball camp called “Basketball and Character Camp 2017” at the Ateneo de Cebu basketball courts along Mango Avenue. Headed by four-time Cesafi juniors champions…

Saving Life

Ador Vincent S. Mayol 03/20/2017

(The last part of CDN’s three-part series on giving recovering drug addicts hope as the worst part of a junkie’s life could turn into something good.) He was in and out of jail for 18 years. Alain…

Duterte challenges the Church to do something to fight drugs

Ador Vincent S. Mayol 03/02/2017

President Rodrigo Duterte is not yet done lambasting priests and human rights advocates who continue to criticize his anti-drug policies that resulted in the deaths of several drug suspects. Speaking before business leaders in Cebu, the country’s…

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