Constitution ‘silent’ on number of times martial law may be extended

Inquirer.net 02/07/2018

Supreme Court Ruling IN AFFIRMING Congress’ power to extend and determine the period of martial law and the suspension of the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus, the Supreme Court (SC) said on Tuesday that there…

Cebuanos urged: Invest in retail treasury bonds

Victor Anthony V. Silva 11/21/2017

CEBUANOS are encouraged to invest in retail treasury bonds (RTBs). The Bureau of Treasury (BTr) is making this call to Cebuanos and giving them a viable investment option this Christmas as the BTr offers RTBs anew. Rosalia…

Third time’s a charm: Gilbuena rules 2017 NDC

John Carlo A. Villaruel 11/12/2017

CEBUANA duathlete Miscelle Gilbuena ended a string of bridesmaid finishes in the National Duathlon Championships (NDC), winning the 2017 title in Subic last Sunday. The 29-year-old Gilbuena, who is from Bantayan Island, north Cebu, has always been…

Worst, best of times

Editorial 11/05/2017

The people of Boljoon town, southeastern Cebu, will not forget this year’s calamity-stricken fiesta period. Officials first attributed the series of landslides in the area to fault line movement. It turned out, however, that the earth shifted…

HARD TIMES

Jonas N. Panerio 08/30/2017

Struggling teams see action in Cesafi basketball tourney Games today: Cebu Coliseum 5 p.m. – Don Bosco vs USPF (High School) 6:30 p.m. – SWU vs USPF (College) The Southwestern University (SWU)-Phinma Cobras will try to steer…

3RD TIME’S A CHARM

Glendale G. Rosal 05/21/2017

  After two failed attempts, Milan “El Metodico” Melindo finally won a world title after he stunned Akira Yaegashi to snatch IBF world light flyweight belt last night at the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan. It was…

Kenyans rule Times Square Run

Glendale G. Rosal 05/21/2017

  Kenyan runners asserted their dominance in the Times Square Family Run at the Talamban Times Square in Barangay Talamban, Cebu City last Saturday morning. Eric Chepseror, Joseph Mururi and James Mibei swept the top three spots…

Duterte ally demands apology from New York Times

Inquirer.net 03/23/2017

MANILA — Now, it’s the New York Times destabilizing the Duterte government. An ally of President Duterte on Thursday demanded an apology from the US publication for its profile of the Philippine leader, which he described as…

Loss of honorarium means hard times ahead for barangay tanods

Jose Santino S. Bunachita 02/19/2017

Christie Miñoza, 55, has been a tanod (village watchwoman) of Barangay Guadalupe in Cebu City for the last ten years. She is single but lives with a sibling’s family, helping her extended family members meet their daily…

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