Friday, July 19, 2019
CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Cherry Ann Lim
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Social injustice to 'worsen' under federalism
MANILA -- The current setup where senators are chosen from all over the country is “unfair,” according to a former Senate President now looking to federalism to address this and other issues of social injustice in the country.However, a former ...
From 13 days ago
Dearth of allies won’t stop rep from serving 5th District
HE ENDED the 70-year hold of the Durano clan on Cebu’s fifth district by defeating reelectionist Rep. Ramon “Red” Durano VI in the May 13 elections.But the Duranos’ Bakud Party dominated the races for mayor and vice mayor, taking the ...
From 54 days ago
IF you’re skinny like me and stupid enough to go to Hokkaido in winter, it will take you some time to put on your OOTD (outfit of the day) every morning which, in my case, meant 13 pieces of clothing ...
From 239 days ago
Special Report: Technology, barricades to save Cebuanos during storms (Part 3)
WHEN it struck the Visayas five years ago, super typhoon Yolanda not only brought death and devastation, it also brought changes in governance, particularly when it comes to disaster preparedness.By harnessing nature and technology—and changing the mindsets of constituents—northern Cebu ...
From 251 days ago
Special Report: Help for toddlers stalled by politics (Last of three parts)
READ: ‘Busy’ parents, convenience fuel child malnutrition (First of three parts)READ: Investing in 2 kitchens a win for 5,000 children (Second of three parts)MARIA Lourvie Abesia, 33, feeds her four-year-old and one-year-old daughters “tuslob-buwa,” dipping the puso (hanging rice) into ...
From 355 days ago
Special Report: Investing in 2 kitchens a win for 5,000 children (Second of three parts)
READ: ‘Busy’ parents, convenience fuel child malnutrition (First of three parts)IN San Remigio, Cebu, a third-class town of fewer than 60,000 people, Mayor Mariano Martinez’s discovery of some 1,800 children not going to school despite the presence of a government ...
From 356 days ago
Special Report: ‘Busy’ parents, convenience fuel child malnutrition (First of three parts)
IN THIS warren of narrow streets and alleys that is Sitio Bato, Barangay Ermita, vendors line the paths with their wares—rice, chocolate porridge and popular viands that residents can just snap up for their daily meals—proliferating like the coin-operated machines ...
From 357 days ago
Sharing power without splitting the state
A MORE useful vice president, faster delivery of justice and more local decision-making are among the good things that charter change will bring, according to the proposal that the consultative committee tasked to study the proposals to amend the 1987 ...
From 383 days ago
Battle of the sexes in Iloilo
MINE eyes have seen the glory of the city. But the evidence is scant, because Instagram wasn’t on this accidental tourist’s mind when the sights happened by.On touchdown in Iloilo, I got to the Richmonde Hotel through the kindness of ...
From 393 days ago
11 hours in Riga
EVERYTHING they say about girls and maps is true. Girls can’t read them.My sisters and I have proven this time and again on trips to cities we attempted to navigate on our own using maps, only to end up arguing ...
From 428 days ago