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Thursday, March 13, 2014
SOCIAL Weather Station (SWS): 52 percent of firms in Cebu were asked for bribes.
Graft has become so rampant that it is no longer transacted “under the table.”
Capitol turns over ambulances, dump trucks to local government units (LGUs) in province.
These vehicles should finally transport the LGUs to the modern age.
Fifteen tourism guides, officers learn Russian basics in 12-day training
I don’t know if there’ll be an exposure for them in Crimea.
Nine videoke houses shut down in Lapu-Lapu City.
The police finally heard the voices of sleepless neighbors.
Cebu City told to use development fund rightly.
If funds are misused, that won’t be a good development.
Female inmate slips past cops while “breastfeeding” baby.
With no time to cry over spilled milk, her jailers recaptured her.
Vice President Jejomar Binay bats for measures to increase natural gas supplies.
To accelerate the measures, he needs more drive and more fuel.
Twenty-seven provinces declared malaria-free.
No, this wasn’t the result of the work of Rodrigo Duterte.
Bill seeks to decongest detention facilities.
Is it by giving amnesty to more prisoners?
Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano challenges Binay to show moral toughness.
Binay thinks he is tough enough to transcend this moral issue.
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on March 14, 2014.