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7 bodies 'buried' in Lucso-on landslide yet to be retrieved
RETRIEVAL operations are still ongoing to extricate seven bodies believed to be still buried at the landslide site in Barangay Lucso-on, Naval, Biliran, which was hit by Tropical Storm "Urduja" (Kai-tak). In an exclusive interview on Thursday afternoon, December 28, Barangay ...
From 716 days ago
SunStar digital products you shouldn’t miss
FOR 35 years, SunStar has always been ahead of the pack when it comes to community news and information. It remains one of the most trusted media companies in the country and has been working hard to maintain the brand ...
From 727 days ago
Mongo beans diet could help make 'apahap' affordable
CULTURING and raising Asian sea bass (lates calcarifer) are expensive due to the limited supply and high market demand of fish meal, which is a vital protein source for this high-priced fish. Asian sea bass, known in the Philippines as "apahap," ...
From 738 days ago
Filipina scientist turns waste coco water into vinegar
ILOILO CITY -- What is considered by coconut farmers as waste can now be made into a nutritious organic vinegar. Thanks to the invention of Dr. Lucita de Guzman of the School of Technology in the University of the Philippines (UP)-Visayas ...
From 738 days ago
Boracay, Cebu, Palawan ranked as world's top best islands
THREE Philippine islands -- Boracay, Cebu, and Palawan -- were ranked as the top three best islands in the world, according to Conde Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards 2017. Boracay was ranked first in the survey, while Cebu and Palawan placed ...
From 788 days ago
Malacañang suspends classes, gov't work on October 17
CLASSES at all levels, public and private, as well as work on government, would be suspended on Tuesday, October 17, the second day of the nationwide transport strike. The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) made the announcement late Monday, October 16. "Executive ...
From 790 days ago
In the know: Can oarfish predict earthquakes?
DAYS before and after the 6.7-magnitude earthquake that devastated Surigao City and its nearby provinces, multiple sightings of giant oarfish in Mindanao were reported. On February 8, two days before the earthquake that killed eight people and injured more than 200, ...
From 821 days ago
Tandingan: Being a problem solver is awesome
IT MAY not be Wayne Lorenz Tandingan's dream course, but the standout from the University of San Carlos (USC) still managed to climb his way to top the Chemical Engineering board exam. Becoming a chemical engineer was not Tandingan'ss initial plan. ...
From 928 days ago
AFP: Situation in Marawi has 'stabilized'
THE Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Tuesday evening, May 23, said the government forces are in “full control and have stabilized” the situation in Marawi City, Lanao del Sur. The AFP's announcement came an hour after President Rodrigo ...
From 936 days ago
In the know: How easy is it to enter Cebu, Bohol
AUTHORITIES in Cebu and nearby provinces in the Visayas have tightened security measures following the clash between government forces and Abu Sayyaf bandits in Inabanga, Bohol, that killed nine people. The clash happened Tuesday, April 11, a day after the bandits ...
From 973 days ago