Foreign players cry foul, Tiukinhoy explains new rules

Jonas Rey N. Panerio 08/21/2018

FOREIGN student-athletes who are competing in the 2018 season of the Cesafi men’s basketball tournament expressed their disappointment over the decision of the league to prohibit foreigners from participating in 2021. The ruling was announced by Cesafi…

Family of slain activist cry for justice

Fe Marie D. Dumaboc 08/09/2018

Punta Engaño Barangay Councilman Lito Pagobo, the uncle of the slain activist Butch Rosales, said that he could not think of any person that would want his nephew killed. Rosales was shot dead by an unidentified gunman…

Shocked and angry, Rallos’ colleagues cry for justice

Jessa Mae O. Sotto 07/28/2018

VETERAN broadcast journalists in Cebu condemned the killing of former radioman turned officer of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in Central Visayas (PDEA-7) Baby Earl Rallos while appealing to authorities for an immediate action on his murder.…

Cry for justice rings out in boy’s burial

Fe Marie D. Dumaboc 07/21/2018

FOUR-year-old Bladen Skyler Abatayo was laid to rest on Saturday more than a week after he was hit by a stray bullet during a botched police operation in Barangay Ermita, Cebu City. Hundreds of Abatayo’s family members,…

Hospital investors’ cry: Give us shareholder rights

Jose Santino S. Bun-achita 03/08/2018

SOME investors of a medical center being constructed in Cebu City have come out to complain against the management for not giving them rights as shareholders of the facility. Lawyer Mark Gaviola, one of the lawyers of…

San Fernando residents cry foul over port project

Futch Anthony Inso 01/10/2018

Since the age of six, Engr. Fernando Alcuizar has already been fishing in the seawaters of Barangay Sangat in San Fernando town, southern Cebu. Alcuizar graduated Mechanical Engineering in 2010 from the University of Cebu and passed…

Residents cry: Water first as aid pours in

Morexette B. Erram 11/05/2017

Dino promises diversion road, more assistance for Boljoon’s landslide-affected families Solve our water problem, first. This is the plea of some of the res-idents of the six landslide-affected barangays in Boljoon, a town 105 km southeast of…

A CRY FOR JUSTICE

Ador Vincent Mayol, Norman Mendoza 06/14/2017

  Efforts to recover the body of Mayor Gisela Boniel of Bien Unido, Bohol may have to end next week. “We’re looking at a period of 15 days (since we started the search and retrieval operations last…

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