RAIN AND FLOOD: ‘AS USUAL’

MAO BA? 08/30/2018

A live video of the flooding in A.S. Fortuna, Rolling Hills and J. Lopez Jaena, Tipolo in Mandaue City during a heavy downpour on Thursday, August 30, dismayed some people online. Netizen Myn Kuinio wrote, “pataka pa…

VECO: ‘Business as usual amid union protest’

Jose Santino S. Bunachita 07/31/2018

The Visayan Electric Company (VECO) assured the public that its services will not be affected despite an ongoing labor dispute between its employees and the company. The dispute came after a disagreement on the proposed salary increase…

‘It’s business as usual’

Inquirer.net 09/25/2017

UCPB assures clients as gov’t plans to sell bank stake United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB) on Monday welcomed the impending sale of the government’s controlling stake in the lender after the high court lifted the halt order…

Business as usual in Cebu!

Victor Anthony V. Silva 06/12/2017

Negative tags fail to dampen local leaders’ optimism about country’s chances for growth Despite the negative publicity the Philippines has been getting lately, what with the reports tagging the Philippines as one of the “most dangerous” in…

Business as usual at MCIA despite Immigration woes

Victor Anthony V. Silva 04/05/2017

It is business as usual at the Mactan–Cebu International Airport (MCIA) amid a manpower shortage hounding the Immigration bureau due to mass leaves and resignations of its personnel. MCIA on Wednesday said Immigration processing of passengers at…

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