Ways You Can Support Small And Local Businesses Right Now

Marc Cosep 04/19/2020

These past few weeks, due to the increasing number of covid-19 cases, business establishments are forced to close to help encourage social distancing. While most are struggling to keep afloat,  others were forced to think of creative…

PH eyes use of small nuclear reactors for power generation

Ronnel W. Domingo 12/23/2019

The world’s first small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) have started delivering electricity to a coastal town in Russia, firming up their potential for use in small power grids in geographically fragmented markets such as the Philippines. According…

UV small basketeers dethrone 2018 champions, La Salle, bags SBP national title

Mars G. Alison 11/24/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The University of the Visayas (UV) certainly has a solid basketball program as they are starting them young. The budding UV Baby Lancers compensated for their junior and senior basketball teams recent stumbles…

4 things you can do inside the mall on Earth Hour

Immae Lachica 03/28/2019

  A mall can be more than just a simple place for you to shop, dine or hangout. It can be a place to raise social awareness, a venue for fundraising event, a space for health and…

Terminal dispatcher caught with six small packs of shabu

Rosalie Abatayo 12/10/2018

CEBU CITY, Philippines – Security personnel at the Cebu South Bus Terminal (CSBT) arrested on Monday morning a bus dispatcher for the alleged possession of suspected shabu. Dominic Gonzaga, 37, was caught with six small packs of…

Starting small, dreaming big

Glendale Rosal 10/29/2018

JPD Coaching aiming to be the future breeding ground of champion runners Great things start from small beginnings. This is what John Philip Dueñas and Mary Joy Tabal had in their minds when they started a grassroots…

Small investment

Editorial 10/23/2018

A P13 million budget to be allocated by Cebu City Hall to ensure the safety of business process outsourcing (BPO) workers may be substantial to some but it pales in comparison to the hundreds of millions of…

SEF Program: Green financing for small, medium businesses

Jose Santino S. Bunachita 10/22/2018

SMALL and medium businesses were encouraged to avail of loan facilities to help them operate in a more green and sustainable manner. Officials of the Ayala-led Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) said their Sustainable Energy Finance…

PDRRMO advises small vessels not to sail as Ompong nears

Morexette B. Erram 09/12/2018

The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) has advised all small marine vessels, especially fishing boats, not to sail starting today (September 12) to prevent any untoward incidents that may arise due to the incoming…

Small fishers warned: Be extra careful when going out to sea

Rosalie O. Abatayo 08/05/2018

FISHERMEN using small fishing boats in the Visayas are cautioned from going out to sea amid the prevailing weather systems in the country in the next three days. Al Quiblat, chief of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and…

Small scale RE market reels in more investors

Jose Santino S. Bunachita 06/07/2018

More investors are exploring the small-scale renewable energy market in Central Visayas. This amid the thrust of the Department of  Energy Visayas Field  Office (DOE-VFO) to welcome more solar energy projects in Eastern and Central Visayas. Engineer…

Carbon Market, small downtown shops offer cheap school supplies

Nestle L. Semilla and John Michael Aroa 06/02/2018

JENNY Mae Hermoso is a mother of two grade schoolers from Liloan town in northern Cebu. To get to Cebu City, she needs to endure more than an hour of travel amidst damning traffic. But she doesn’t…

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