NOT EXEMPTED: Mandaue’s chief of staff pays fine for traffic violation

Norman Mendoza 07/17/2018

Lawyer Mae Elaine Bathan, the chief of staff of Mandaue City Mayor Luigi Quisumbing, paid a fine of P500 on Tuesday for a traffic violation which she committed the other day. Bathan was issued a traffic citation…

Van operator faces fine, revocation of franchise

Morexette B. Erram 02/05/2018

ALEGRIA TRAGEDY THE operator of the ill-fated Toyota Grandia van that crashed on a roadside tree in Alegria town, and claimed the lives of seven Filipino-American medical missionaries last Jan. 20, may be meted a P200,000 fine…

PSL imposes 1-year ban, P50k fine on Cebuana Soltones

Inquirer.net 11/06/2017

GRETHCEL Soltones was on the receiving end of a one-year ban and a P50,000 fine after violating the Philippine Superliga’s (PSL) One League Policy. The league handed down the decision on Monday as the three-time NCAA Most…

Fine weather for Cebu this coming week

Morexette B. Erram 11/04/2017

  Cebu will have relatively fine weather for this week, the Mactan office of the state weather bureau Pagasa said Saturday. Pagasa Mactan weather specialist Romeo Aguirre told Cebu Daily News in a phone interview that there…

Fine, immaculate white powder

Raymund Fernandez 10/17/2017

And how else can it be but that power is a language best spoken without words? Or, if words are inescapable, then they must be words spoken secretly, sub rosa, under the table — if that is…

Uber pays LTFRB P190M fine

Inquirer.net 08/29/2017

After being off the road for 15 days, Uber can now start serving passengers again following the lifting of its suspension by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB). At 4:48 p.m. on Tuesday, LTFRB Board…

‘Uber should serve out suspension’

Jessa Mae O. Sotto 08/27/2017

CEBU-based members of ride-hailing app Uber would rather have the company serve the one-month suspension imposed by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) than pay the P190-million fine. “As operator, it’s okay to finish the…

USC Fine Arts magazine tackles traffic, garbage problems in Cebu

USJ-R Journalism Intern Rosalie O. Abatayo 07/27/2017

THE School of Fine Arts and Design (SAFAD) of the University of San Carlos brings into discussion pressing problems in Cebu like traffic congestion, garbage and housing in the July 2017 issue of their Lantawan magazine with…

House OKs P100K fine for wrong singing of national anthem

Inquirer.net 06/26/2017

MANILA — The House of Representatives has approved on third and final reading the measure updating the rules on the correct rendition of the national anthem “Lupang Hinirang,” and requiring everyone to sing along when it is…

Guardo pays fine, awaits lifting of suspension order

04/24/2017

  Suspended Cebu City councilor Jerry Guardo paid on Monday a fine of close to P70,000 pesos before the Office of the Ombudsman in lieu of his suspension for three months. Guardo said he is now waiting…

Mandaue officials call: No ’crackers, use horns

Norman V. Mendoza 12/28/2016

Acting Mandaue City Mayor Carlo Fortuna, together with the members of the local police and the Bureau of Fire Protection, encouraged the public to use horns as he also warned them of the city’s ordinance on the…

Ship owner assures $1.5-M rehab funds for Monad Shoal

Carmel Loise Matus 07/01/2016

The vessel which ran aground in Monad Shoal last month has been allowed to set sail to Subic Bay, Zambales for repairs after the Cebu provincial government received without objection the ship owner’s letter of guarantee ensuring…

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