• Editorial: Who’s telling the truth?
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    Editorial: Who’s telling the truth?

    THE head of the Talamban Police Station has a lot of explaining to do.Despite his denial, pictures don’t lie. Or in this case, footage from a security camera could not have been doctored to show six

  • Wenceslao: The Quisumbings
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    Wenceslao: The Quisumbings

    I WAS introduced early to politics because of my late father Tiyong, whose political awareness was rather high. He listened to radio commentaries and brought home newspapers daily. Meaning that we children

  • Libre: Nominees
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    Libre: Nominees

    IT WAS a visit well spent. For 12 days, I was able to reconnect with family, as well as batchmates from Cebu Normal Laboratory School Batch 1969, Abellana National School Batch 1973 and the USC College

  • Seares: Manila Times had the right to print it. Critics slam the way it was done
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    Seares: Manila Times had the right to print it. Critics slam the way it was done

    CRITICISMS of the April 22, 2019 “Manila Times” news story about “a plot to oust” President Duterte, which implicated three news media organizations and a group of human rights lawyers, have included

  • Nalzaro: How politics destroys family relationships
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    Nalzaro: How politics destroys family relationships

    FAMILY relationships are crucial yet can be critical. It’s no secret that being part of a family is hard. There are times when the people who are closest to you can be the most frustrating people you

  • Tell it to SunStar: Act with discernment
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    Tell it to SunStar: Act with discernment

    LAST week, my 11-year-old cousin Joseph randomly asked me, “Kuya, is the world dangerous?”I was amazed at the fact that a boy approaching his adolescence would ponder on such deep idea. I gave him

  • The world is sadder and angrier but positivity remains high—major study finds
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    The world is sadder and angrier but positivity remains high—major study finds

    The world is sadder, angrier, and fearful compared to previous years according to Gallup’s annual Global State of Emotions report. Based on the Negative Experience Index of Gallup in 2018, the percentage of people who feel a lot of worries increased to 39%, a point higher compared to the previous year

  • BPI net income up at P6.72 billion
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    BPI net income up at P6.72 billion

    BPI posted P6.72 billion in net income in the first quarter (Q1) of 2019, up 7.6 percent from P6.25 billion in the same period in 2018 and up 10.8 percent against the fourth quarter of 2018. Comprehensive

  • Almirante: Overtime pay
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    Almirante: Overtime pay

    ON Nov. 21, 2006, respondents Maximo C. Mamaril and 15 others filed a complaint against petitioner Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company (Lepanto) with a claim for payment of overtime pay, among others.The

  • World bank sees moderate growth in EAP
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    World bank sees moderate growth in EAP

    GROWTH in developing East Asia and the Pacific (EAP) is projected to soften to 6.0 percent in 2019 and 2020, down from 6.3 percent in 2018, largely reflecting global headwinds and a continued gradual policy-guided

  • BSP: 3.8% PH inflation rate in Q1 2019 falls within target
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    BSP: 3.8% PH inflation rate in Q1 2019 falls within target

    The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) on Friday reported that the country’s headline inflation finally eased within the two to four percent target range of the government in the first quarter of 2019. BSP Governor Benjamin Diokno said the inflation further slowed to 3.8 percent from 5.9 percent in the

  • NWRB urges public to conserve water as Angat dam water level dips
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    NWRB urges public to conserve water as Angat dam water level dips

    Water level in Angat Dam has gone down to 180.73 meters. This means it’s just less than a meter from the dam’s minimum operating level of 180 meters. The National Water Resources Board (NWRB) said the decreasing water level in Angat Dam is due to the lesser rains and increased use of water this hot [

  • Inflation slows down in first quarter
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    Inflation slows down in first quarter

    YEAR-ON-YEAR headline inflation slowed down to 3.8 percent in the first quarter (Q1) of 2019 from 5.9 percent in the last quarter of 2018.Ths is within the National Government’s target range of 3.0 percent

  • Duterte's China visit yields $12B in business deals
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    Duterte's China visit yields $12B in business deals

    THE Philippines has secured at least $12.165 billion worth of investment and trade deals during President Rodrigo Duterte's visit to China, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) announced on Friday,

  • Limpag: Continuing education
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    Limpag: Continuing education

    THE Central Visayas Football Association (CVFA) takes its first steps in its plan to have more licensed coaches as it holds a refresher course for all licensed coaches at the Don Bosco Technological Center

  • Mendoza: Why SMB’s Austria is a finalist again
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    Mendoza: Why SMB’s Austria is a finalist again

    YOU top your class, you are the toast at the toga-clad rites.You top the bar exams, you are blue chip to The Firm.You top the senatorial elections next month, you are the Senate’s sweetie pie.But getting

  • Ateneo blanks USC in Hyundai Champions League
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    Ateneo blanks USC in Hyundai Champions League

    DEFENDING champion Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu opened its title retention bid on a strong note after blanking Cebu North: University of San Carlos, 2-0, in the Hyundai Champions League at its home

  • Pros, PHL’s best join Naga 5150
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    Pros, PHL’s best join Naga 5150

    PROFESSIONAL triathletes and famous celebrities will bring added luster to the Sun Life 5150 Triathlon in the City of Naga, southern Cebu on Sunday, April 28.Hundreds of triathletes will converge at the

  • Aboitiz power barges start delivering power to Meralco
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    Aboitiz power barges start delivering power to Meralco

    ABOITIZPOWER subsidiary Therma Mobile, Inc. (TMO) began delivering to Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) up to 200 megawatts of power from floating power barges moored in Navotas, Metro Manila on Friday, April

  • ‘King of the Catwalk’ Sinon Loresca struts with viral ‘sugar walk’ boy
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    ‘King of the Catwalk’ Sinon Loresca struts with viral ‘sugar walk’ boy

    They are killing it. Filipino social media star “King of the Catwalk” Sinon Loresca posted a video on Facebook today showing him strutting down a Metro Manila street with Denver Orbeta, the young boy who recently went viral for his "sugar walk." "The famous KingOfCatwalk together with

  • 4 drug suspects yield over P1-M drugs in Taguig bust
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    4 drug suspects yield over P1-M drugs in Taguig bust

    FOUR drug suspects yielded over P1 million worth of illegal drugs when they were arrested in a drug bust before dawn Friday, April 26, in Taguig City.National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) Director

  • Philippine Eagle pair to fly to Singapore for conservation
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    Philippine Eagle pair to fly to Singapore for conservation

    MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) will be sending a pair of Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) to Singapore in a move to save the species from extinction. “We’ll do that to preserve the Philippine Eagle which is very near extinction already,” Environment

  • Filipino experts develop quake-proof desks for kindergarten students
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    Filipino experts develop quake-proof desks for kindergarten students

    Filipino experts have developed quake-proof desks for kindergarten students. It also serves as an earthquake warning system. According to the released statement of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), a group of researchers from the Philippine Normal University (PNU), De La Salle University

  • It's chow time
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    It's chow time

    Chinese food is incredibly diverse. There’s classic Cantonese cooking, sensational Sichuan delights, fiery hotpots and banquet-style dishes, to name a few. Here to reinterpret Chinese cuisine is Ching

  • Skipper braces for challenge
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    Skipper braces for challenge

    CENTRAL Visayas Regional Athletic Association (Cviraa) basketball MVP LA Casinillo is now bracing himself for a tougher challenge when he faces the country’s top Under-17 players in the Davao City Palarong