Libre: Spoon-feeding

Mel Libre

Proposed ordinance requires motorists to carry chalk, crayons for Talisay road incidents.

This is still in the drawing board, right?

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Mandaue barangays to get P200K each for anti-drugs drive.

That is more than enough for gasoline to power the drive.

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A new survey to be conducted to identify airport ‘obstructions.’

They’ve taken measured steps to ensure success.

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Garbage trucks delivered last week cannot be used for lack of papers.

Can somebody please pick up the papers?

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Bridges to Bohol, Negros ‘shelved because of engineering problems.’

Is there a gap in the technical ability of our engineers?

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Cebu Outreach Program feeds students.

And I thought spoon-feeding is no longer acceptable in education.

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22 Cebu City hall workers who tested positive for drugs might face the ax.

Better ax than guillotine.

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Palace: Duterte not in good health.

That should quell sick rumors about the president’s health.

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Duterte warns Robredo against sharing classified info.

Fake news is unacceptable, so is truth?

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Pasig River rehab commission abolished.

The auditors noticed something wrong in the cash flow.