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Social media users are claiming a widely shared video of onlookers reacting to lightning was taken during Hurricane Ian in the US state of Florida. This is false; the clip has circulated online since at least August 2022 and is unrelated to the storm."When a hurricane hits Florida people do a party," says a September 28, 2022 tweet sharing the video.The clip shows a group of people gathered with drinks on a high-rise building's rooftop when lightning strikes nearby."Something's on fire," one per
THE Lapu-Lapu City Government will request the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DWSD) to provide assistance to around 4,000 workers who were reportedly retrenched from their companies in Lapu-Lapu City.The City Council approved on mass motion during its fifth special session Friday, Sept. 30, 2022, Resolution 16-0496-2022 authored by Councilor Annabeth Cuizon.Kim Francisco, head of the city’s Public Employment Service Office (Peso), earlier said over 4,000 workers were reportedly re
STUDENTS coming from a research at a coffee shop along Mango Avenue in uptown Cebu City turned to the police for assistance as they were sideswiped while walking on their way home to Barangay Cogon Central Ramos around 3 a.m. on Saturday, October 1, 2022.At least two of the three students fell on the pavement after being hit by a motorcycle rider, who remains unidentified.The victims and the suspect agreed to meet at the Abella Police Station 2 to settle the matter but the latter did not show up
At the height of the pandemic in Cebu City in 2020, armed police and military officers guarded areas that were placed on lockdown. The images of uniformed personnel, some of them in full battle gear, gave an impression that the enemy (which was obviously the invisible-to-the-eye coronavirus) could be killed by bullets. Or was it the people who were the enemy, particularly the “undisciplined” bunch?In the government’s point of view, the presence of authorities in a locked down area served as its
A video of menacing gray skies taken from a beach in Florida is circulating online with the claim it shows the "eye" of Hurricane Ian, which wreaked havoc in the US state in September 2022. But the footage is not of the storm, AFP found, it is more than a year old and meteorologists said it shows a different cloud formation. "This is the eye of Hurricane Ián, Florida. #HurricanIan," a tweet shared on September 29, 2022 says. A screenshot of a tweet taken on September 30, 2022The clip also circul
AT least 120 children in Barangay Calaboon, Dumanjug town, southwest Cebu have completed the milk-feeding program organized by the Philippine CharitySweepstakes Office (PCSO), Girl Scout of the Philippines (GSP) and Saturn Gaming N' Amusement Corporation for six months.The children beneficiaries aged five to 13 were given a supply of milk throughout the duration of the six-months feeding program that culminated Saturday, October 1,2022.The culminating activity was held at the barangay's covered
THE Naval Reserve Center-Eastern Visayas (NRCen-EV) bested other reservist units of the military in an Armed Forces of the Philippines-wide competition to mark the 43rd National Reservist Week.NRCen-EV bagged two of six awards: Best Ready Reserve Unit (Brigade Level) of the Year and Best Ready Reserve Unit (Battalion Level) of the Year – a first for the 51st Battalion.“I give back all the honor to our reservists. Their passion, and more importantly, their willingness to act on their passion, pro
THE Manila Chooks pulled off all the stops in the endgame to emerge victorious over Ludhiana INBL, 21-17, in the qualifying draw of the Chooks-to-Go 3x3 Cebu Masters on Saturday afternoon at the SM Seaside City Cebu Mountain Wing.It was a close game with Manila Chooks ahead by just two, 17-15. However, Ludhiana tied it all up at 17-all with a long two-pointer. Sensing trouble, Manila Chooks’ big man Henry Iloka took over, scoring on a slam dunk while getting fouled.With Ludhiana in the penalty s
A 59-year-old man who claimed to be an airport employee was engaged in a vehicular accident at a national highway in Barangay Suba, Samboan town, southern Cebu on Friday at 11:13 p.m., September 30, 2022.The man whose name is Damie Rosales Aranas, Jr., 59, of Barangay Mambaling, Cebu City, identified himself as the operations officer of Mactan Cebu International Airport.Police Staff Sergeant Serge Jeramis of Samboan Police Station said in an interview that Aranas was attending a fiesta celebrati
THE use of face mask is more convenient to use among the teachers and students in schools, said an education official in his response to suggestions to make face shields as a substitute for masks.Regional Director Salustiano Jimenez of the Department of Education in Central Visayas said on Friday, September 30, 2022, that face mask is more convenient for the students in terms of mobility.Jimenez said this was also the directive of the Department of Health (DOH), adding that face shields are also
THE Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning the public against buying and using Silka Papaya Whitening Lotion SPF 30.After post-marketing surveillance, it has been verified that the product is being sold without a valid Certificate of Product Notification from the FDA. This means the FDA cannot assure the quality and safety of the product and may even pose some health risk to the consumer.These potential hazards may come from ingredients that are not allowed to be part of a cosmetic produc
Photos that appear to show a Filipino doctor endorsing brands of cereals and mixed nuts have been repeatedly shared in Facebook posts that claim the snacks are effective for weight loss. But the posts are a "scam" according to the doctor, whose photo has been doctored to make it seem as though she endorsed the products. A Filipino nutrition expert told AFP that people hoping to lose weight should adopt a healthy diet and lifestyle rather than consuming specific products.A photo of Josephine Rojo
COMPOSTELA Mayor Felijur Quiño believes the involvement of the youth in sports is critical in their development, which is why he didn’t hesitate in giving the green light on the staging of the Compostela Sports PH basketball league which began last September 17.“When Rio Morales and Marino Librero approached me, he and his co-founder asked if I can help in developing the talents of our youth through sports. I immediately agreed and listened to their plans and made arrangements for their event to
Much like the player that is displayed prominently on it, Macmac Tallo’s billboard on Sergio Osmeña Boulevard looms large and symbolizes the culmination of months of hard work for the former Southwestern University star.With the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas FIBA 3x3 World Tour Cebu Masters set to kick off on Saturday at the SM Seaside City Cebu, Tallo saw the billboard a few nights ago and was in awe.After all, it wasn’t too long ago when he bounced from the PBA to the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball L
THE Cebu City Department of Veterinary Medicine and Fisheries (DVMF) has encouraged pet owners to have their dogs and cats implanted with microchips for tracking and a convenient journey when going abroad.DVMF head Dr. Jessica Maribojoc told SunStar Cebu Friday, September 30, 2022, that around 2,000 pets have already been tagged with a radio frequency identification (RFID) microchip since 2013.Maribojoc said that through this technology, pets that get lost can easily be returned to their owner o