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THE LGBTQ+A community in Mandaue City held a pride parade in commemoration of the ongoing Pride Month celebration on Sunday, June 26, 2022.Around 1,000 LGBTQ+A individuals marked the occasion through a 40-minute parade from the Mandaue City Sports and Cultural Complex to the Mandaue City Hall, where the program was held.The parade was participated by several LGBTQ+A groups in Mandaue City, some Mandaue City Government officials, and pillars of the LGBTQ community in the city.A walk for a cause a
THE controversial 235.8-hectare reclamation project in Barangay Tayud, Consolacion town in northern Cebu hit a snag after the project's objectors submitted a positionpaper stating that the project failed to comply with the needed requirements.To recall, the officials of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Central Office conducted a public hearing between the project's proponents andobjectors at the Consolacion Municipal Hall on June 14, 2022.During the hearing, the granting of an
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INTEGRATED transportation firm 2GO Travel said the demand for domestic travel continues to pick up.“Now that we are seeing and feeling a resurgence of travel demand, we see this as an opportunity to create more meaningful travel experiences together onboard,” Blessie Cruz, 2GO’s group head for marketing, said during the launch of the company’s P22 sea sale promo in Cebu.The sea travel provider is offering a P22 one-way promo to major local destinations such as Cebu, Bacolod, Iloilo, and many mor
After the pandemic, food business in Cebu had to gradually pick up.Of course, online selling for some time flourished as a means of living. We observe there are few locals who dine out for safety reasons. This will explain why few restaurants are not yet ready for a full swing food business.Yet, diners still go to Laguna Garden, Chika-an sa Cebu, Dimsum Break at Cebu IT Park, and a few Chinese restaurants which are always filled up to capacity. The food industry is still the most productive. Pin
PALACE has backed the whole-of-government support for the implementation of the National Strategy for Financial Inclusion (NSFI) 2022-2028 and the adoption of financial inclusion as a development agenda at both the national and subnational levels.The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) on Monday said the Office of the President issued Memorandum Circular No. 97 dated June 23, 2022.“On behalf of the Financial Inclusion Steering Committee (FISC), I thank President Duterte and his administration for
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