Seafarer’s Diabetes as compensable illness due to stress  

ATTY. DENNIS GORECHO 12/03/2019

A seafarer’s diabetes is considered a compensable work-related illness due to the  stressful work condition on board the vessel. In Apolinario Zonio, Jr vs. 88 Aces Maritime Services, Inc.,  (GR.No. 239052 October 16, 2019),  the Supreme Court…

Performing Tea

Jobers Reynes Bersales 12/02/2019

I had a good reason to miss watching on TV the opening of the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) last Saturday. While the ceremony was going on in Bulacan, I was with a host of local Chinese…

Way lami ang fiesta sa Sinulog kung way party!

Llyod Suarez 12/01/2019

  Maayong Pasko  kanatong tanan! Sa dili pa ko  maghisgot sa Sinulog 2020 ug  ubang isyu,  tugoti ko ninyo nga magpasalamat  ko’g  daku  sa kinatibuk-ang  management dinhi sa CDN Digital pinangulohan ni Edra Benedicto, among Editor-In-Chief nga gipa-apil nako dinhi sa…

Malaysia’s ‘youthful’ aspiration

Malou Guanzon Apalisok 12/01/2019

KUALA LUMPUR – Typhoon Kammuri was approaching the Philippine area of responsibility at 1900 hours and although the Malaysian capital was out of the typhoon’s path, the city was drenched resulting in flight delays in the Kuala…

Limiting screen time

Cris Evert B. Lato-Ruffolo 11/30/2019

How do you make sure that your children are not spending too much time with their gadgets? This is the question that a mother asked me while I was waiting for my daughter to emerge from a…

The initial challenges in the SEA Games 2019

Atty. Ruphil F. Bañoc 11/29/2019

Do Filipino athletes feel the so called “home court” advantage now that the South East Asian (SEA) Games is held in the country this year? Will they not be affected by the noise on social media as…

Regional planning and development (Part 2)

Fernando Fajardo 11/27/2019

Put into law in September 24, 1972 through Presidential Decree (PD) No. 1, the Integrated Reorganization Plan (IRP) of the Executive Branch of the Government brought many changes in the conduct of governance in the country. Among…

Protection of seafarers’ rights and ambulance chasing

ATTY. DENNIS R. GORECHO 11/26/2019

The dwindling numbers of deployed seafarers are usually misleadingly blamed by employers and manning agencies on the increasing number of litigated cases. They have deliberately and sweepingly depicted seafarers’ lawyers as “unscrupulous” in an attempt to deflect…

Savings alternative

11/25/2019

Starting today, the Bureau of the Treasury will be offering to the public so-called “premyo” bonds that earn interest and at the same time entitle the buyers to join a quarterly raffle and win up to P1…

Gilda Vestil, Cebuana Katipunera

Jobers Reynes Bersales 11/25/2019

Hermenegilda ‘Gilda’ Vestil was just 18 years old when the revolution in Cebu against Spanish colonial rule finally broke on April 3, 1898. Born in Mambaling in 1880, her brother, Gabino Vestil, was an active member of…

Tug of war in the co-op movement?

Malou Guanzon Apalisok 11/24/2019

The end of 2019 feels like it’s flying by, what with so many milestones and events that my friends in the co-operative movement hardly have time chewing over major developments while thinking of the next exciting conference.…

Shared responsibility

Cris Evert B. Lato-Ruffolo 11/23/2019

The issue involving teacher Melita Limjuco, whose disciplinary action to her pupil allegedly traumatised the child, hit me on three fronts: as a journalist, as a mother and as a teacher. A media personality is in the…

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