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ABOUT 84 delegates from Bohol arrived in Cebu City Tuesday morning for the Tindog Visayas: Laban sa Kagutoman at Militarisasyon set to be held December 6 to 12.
A BLIND woman died and about P12 million worth of property were lost in three fires that hit Cebu City in just a span of four days.
A LAND exchange agreement between Cebu City and Province will not suffer from the resignation as housing secretary of Vice President Leni Robredo, a top official said yesterday.
A SENATE inquiry’s spotlight again focused Monday, December 5, on two Cebu-based public figures, Daanbantayan Mayor Vicente Loot and businessman Peter Lim.
AUTHORITIES have declared 20 barangays in three southern towns as free from illegal drugs: eight in Santander, eight in Boljoon, and four in Alcoy.
ERMITA Barangay Captain Felicisimo “Emok” Rupinta denied reports that he is a narco-politician, saying his barangay has intensified campaigns against illegal drugs.
THE city police have identified the man who allegedly fired a gun during the seven-hour blaze in Barangay Duljo-Fatima.
MAYORS in the first district have been urged to implement a traffic ban from Talisay City to Sibonga, as this might address the worsening traffic in the southern part of Metro Cebu.
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