WITH leaves sprouting, teak trees (Tectona grandis) in the Buhisan Watershed Forest Reserve are showing signs of recovery from the caterpillar infestation that destroyed their leaves over the last two
THE Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) Cebu City Chapter yesterday approved a resolution opposing a bill that seeks to prohibit live media coverage of crisis situations.
A CEBU-BASED organization supports the Department of Education’s (DepEd) move to add two years to the basic education program.
TO recognize the sacrifices of barangay health workers (BHWs), Sen. Loren Legarda has filed two bills seeking to increase their honorarium and ensure they are covered by health insurance.
AMBASSADORS and other foreign dignitaries from seven countries arrived in Cebu yesterday for a business forum organized to celebrate Mandaue City’s 41st Charter Day.
ONE of Cebu’s biggest universities found “vindication” in the fact that one of its graduates joined six other examinees from Cebu in the top 10 of the latest nursing board exams.
AN ENVIRONMENTALIST, a mayor, a singer and a movie producer are among this year’s recipients of The Outstanding Cebuano Awards (TOCA).
AFTER completing the physician licensure examination a few days ago, Paul Vincent Tio Co, a 26-year old medical graduate of the Cebu Institute of Medicine (CIM), was sure he would not top the list of
TO encourage cultural and heritage awareness among the youth, the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc.
CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama presented the City’s 2011 annual investment program (AIP) worth P316 million during yesterday’s Cebu City Development Council (CDC) meeting.