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Libre: Wind of change

Thursday, September 21, 2017

MAXIMUM tolerance for protesters, says Cebu City cops.

No violent reaction to the approach.

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Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña mulls closing two buildings in IT Park.

Those buildings will be grounded.

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Five hundred drug surrenders to finish 6-month rehab course on Sept. 26.

It’ll be a bonus for the authorities if these individuals surrender the names of their suppliers.

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Foundation introduces mobile app to monitor weather forecasts.

It’s a wind of change for all.

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“No more rotating brownouts.”

Veco just earned some brownie points.

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Cebu City police to schools: monitor students for signs of hazing.

Or else, administrators get a spanking.

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Police seek public’s help in rescuing street carollers.

Can they stay in a conservatory of music?

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Police, tanods monitoring youth gangs.

They’ve got to do it fast otherwise these youths will become full-grown criminals.

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Sardines-for-trash program expands.

The program is self-sustaining, as worms are used to catch fish.

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House restores Commission on Human Rights original budget.

Is that enough to restore our respect for the congressmen?

Published in the SunStar Cebu newspaper on September 22, 2017.

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