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Expert proposes solutions to Cebu flooding

AN EXPERT urged local government officials, agencies and groups concerned to put more attention to addressing problems with drainage and watersheds from Mandaue to Talisay City in Cebu to prevent flooding.

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Magnitude 5.2 quake hits Ormoc City

CEBU (Updated) -- A Magnitude 5.2 earthquake struck Ormoc City around 7:56 p.m., on Wednesday, July 27.

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Capitol to repair all Cebu government hospitals

THE Cebu Provincial Government and the Department of Health (DOH) are looking into repairing all district and provincial hospitals in Cebu after a round-up was conducted by the Public Information Office (PIO).

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Peter Lim rejects drug test request by NBI

CEBUANO businessman and suspected drug lord Peter Lim has declined the request of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) for him to undergo drug test.

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US vows to grant $32-M aid for PH's law enforcement training

THE United States government has vowed to give the Philippine government a $32-million grant for its law enforcement training and services, a Palace official said on Wednesday.

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Aquino, Arroyo at Duterte's first security council meeting

FOR the first time, President Rodrigo Duterte met Wednesday the National Security Council (NSC) to tackle the country's next steps on vital issues, including the ruling of The Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration on the South China Sea dispu

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After nearly a decade, Matt Damon is 'Bourne' again

LOS ANGELES — It's a sweltering afternoon in Hollywood and Matt Damon has just gotten out of couple's therapy.

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Carpio-Morales is 2016 Ramon Magsaysay awardee

MANILA (Updated) — An Indian who led a grassroots movement on behalf of the low-caste Dalit community and the Philippines' chief anti-corruption fighter are among the six recipients of this year's Ramon Magsaysay Award, honoring leadership

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