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THE power of the internet is no longer something that should be debated on.
MORE than 400 youth leaders, supreme student government officials and their advisers from the different schools in Lapu-Lapu City attended the first City Youth Congress last July 29.
I WAS raised in a traditional, old-school Chinoy family, but I’ve only begun to grasp the full value of someone losing face.
NOT even the gallons of water surrounding her office could ease the dryness Ruby felt in her throat as she counted the day’s earnings her water refilling station made last Tuesday.
THE Metrobank Foundation Inc. (MBFI) has announced on Thursday, August 10, the winners of the 2017 Search for Outstanding Filipinos.
Among the awardees are teachers, doctors, and members of the Philippine police and military.
A BACK-TO-BACK book launch, dubbed as "Dobleng Dalit," of two Bisaya artists was held on Wednesday, August 9, in Palm Grass, The Heritage Hotel, Cebu City.
GROWING up in a family of hunters, Pedro Villarte spent part of his youth catching, for leisure, wild animals that roamed the forests of Alcoy, Cebu.
PUPILS marched out of Lahug Elementary School to the grounds of the University of the Philippines campus in Cebu City last July 18, not knowing their teachers had received a bomb threat.
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