PNP not releasing spot reports to media

09/12/2017

After barring the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) from accessing case folders of the police, PNP Director General Ronald Dela Rosa prohibited all police offices and units from releasing spot reports to all members of media. The…

Mayor Radaza reports to ‘Oponganons’

Fe Marie D. Dumaboc 09/06/2017

LAPU-LAPU CITY THE continued growth of tourism, improved revenue collections, better roads, more classrooms and traffic lights were among the things highlighted by Lapu-Lapu City Mayor Paz Radaza during her “Report to the Oponganons” or State of…

Public urged: Be updated on weather reports

Fe Marie D. Dumaboc 07/03/2017

AS part of the observance of National Disaster Consciousness Month, the state weather bureau in the Visayas is urging the public to stay updated on the weather advisories, such as thunderstorm and rainfall warnings. Netherlen Saletrero, weather…

Security Bank reports delay in posting bank transactions

Inquirer.net 06/21/2017

Security Bank reported on Wednesday some service disruption arising from a delay in posting banking transactions but assured this won’t gnaw on client’s accounts. The bank apologized for the delays encountered since Tuesday as some affected clients…

Public urged: Stop posting unverified reports about sightings of Gisela’s body

Nestle L. Semilla 06/18/2017

THE POLICE are calling on the public to stop posting false and unverified information on social media about the retrieval operations of Bien Unido Mayor Gisela Bendong-Boniel. Senior Insp. Librado Bigkas, Bien Unido Police Station chief, made…

Moderate to heavy traffic reported as school year opens in private schools

Nestle L. Semilla 06/13/2017

As classes began in private schools across Metro Cebu yesterday, moderate to heavy traffic was reported in various parts of the metropolis. About a hundred traffic enforcers were dispatched by the Cebu City Transportation Office (CCTO) to…

More damage reports reach Capitol

Izobelle T. Pulgo 04/21/2017

TROPICAL DEPRESSION CRISING The Cebu Provincial Veterinarian Office (PVO) has recorded almost a million pesos’ worth of damage in poultry and livestock caused by Tropical Depression Crising when it hit northern Cebu over the weekend. Dr. Mary…

Double-checking reports

Editorial 04/16/2017

Now that the military is hunting down the rest of the Abu Sayyaf bandits who wormed their way to Bohol province, it’s up to both the government and the netizens to report only accurate, confirmed information on…

Public extra vigilant over kidnapping reports

Nestle L. Semilla 03/18/2017

  Alarmed over the series of alleged kidnapping cases, residents in some parts of Cebu have been vigilant as suspicious activities happening in the neighborhoods are quickly being reported to the police. At around 6 p.m. on…

Wrangling on waste

Atty. Gloria Estenzo Ramos 02/12/2017

  Per news reports, 5,000 tonnes (translated to 5,000,000 kilograms, as a unit is equal to 1,000 kg.) of mixed wastes on board M/V Christina arrived in Cebu on January 20, with the cargo declared as “solid…

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