latest from Cebu Opinion
CRITICS of the Earth Hour movement like to point out that it’s ceremonial and doesn’t really accomplish much beyond briefly making people feel good about themselves.
MAX Surban is my house guest. The Philippine music icon is set to perform on March 25 in Auckland, and he is staying in my home in preparation for the event. He has so many stories to tell.
THAT the administration party is forming a senatorial slate only means that, unlike what House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez may have wanted, the 2019 midterm elections is a go.
THERE was this neophyte radio reporter who went to various police stations to gather news from the blotter.
MANY motorists in Cebu City have found out the hard way that the City Government is dead serious in implementing traffic laws, as Mayor Tomas Osmeña had warned earlier in the year.
IN House Bill #6022 filed by Rep. Luis Raymond Villafuerte Jr., definitions of “fake news” and “false/inaccurate reports” include mistakes in reporting and editing.
CEBU City Mayor Tomas Osmeña had spoken against Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre a few times in the past.
THERE is another reason why the military should be circumspect about monitoring students. Not all rebels are of the extreme-left or communist variety.
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