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San Fernando, Cebu Mayor Lakambini Reluya survives the attack, according to Talisay police chief Superintendent Marlu Conag
The building is designed to address the IT and BPO industry’s growing demand for quality space
(UPDATED) Check out what happened during Cebu's 39th Sinulog Festival!
‘Cebuanos do not appreciate the politicization of Sinulog,’ says the mayor, who has ordered a team to take down other such tarpaulins along the parade route
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Attending this year’s Sinulog Festival? Here’s a simple guide to help you make the most of the celebration.
Thirdy Ravena says seeing nuns play basketball was the highlight of his two-day trip to Cebu
Here are the airlines offering cheaper fares this January 2019
Passengers can purchase baggage allowance from booking up to 4 hours before their flight
Global Cebu players reveal a sad reality in local club football – athletes getting evicted from their homes and living on cup noodles as they remain unpaid for 8 months
The blaze on Tuesday, December 25, also leaves hundreds of families homeless
The measure had been pending for months at the plenary, but gets revived under Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
PRESS RELEASE: Deadline for the submission of manuscripts is on January 5, 2019
The anti-graft court had to convene a special division, but the aspiring governor of Cebu still loses by a vote of 3-2
The Newsbreak team discusses on Thursday, October 25, looming electoral issues and the situation in Cebu City
'We are always supporting investigations. Wala namang itatago ang PNP diyan,' says Philippine National Police chief Oscar Albayalde
Royina Garma, Cebu City's first woman police chief, is at odds with Mayor Tommy Osmeña, but she's unperturbed – she has the support of the man in Malacañang
'As duty bearers, the PNP must observe proper operational procedures in order to fulfill the organization’s obligation with respect to human rights-based policing,' says the Senate opposition bloc
The mayor is unfazed by critics calling him names and invoking links to President Duterte. He only has one question for them: how come people vote for me?
Half a year before Rodrigo Duterte launched his drug war in 2016, killings in Cebu City totalled 32. In the same months in 2018, the police recorded 69.
(UPDATED) Ferdinand 'Dindin' Bas, the former barangay captain of Lagtang, Talisay City, is found dead by the police after his live-in partner, Charmaine Anton, called them
Two policemen drop by the SunStar Cebu office to take photos of its reporters and editors on October 4
One of the survivors of the Barangay Malubog killings is under the custody of the Commission on Human Rights-Region 7
Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña is working with the Business Process Outsourcing sector to ensure workers' safety in the city
Margielyn Didal's victory in the 2018 Asian Games has given hope to the skateboarding community in Cebu
The agreement seeks to restore, conserve, and protect the Visayan Sea's marine biodiversity
The September 20 landslide killed at least 65 people and injured 18 others. At least 21 people are still missing, while 1,716 families are still in evacuation centers.
PRESS RELEASE. Other AboitizPower units up north have been similarly busy, specifically in areas without electricity following Typhoon Ompong’s onslaught there.
President Rodrigo Duterte also signs a proclamation creating a special economic zone near the Mactan International Airport in Cebu
This will be the iconic 90's boy band's first reunion tour together in 20 years
The September 20 landslide, which was triggered by days of heavy rain, also injures at least 10 people
Disaster scientist Mahar Lagmay laments that while technology allowed officials to see the problem, it wasn't used to solve it
At least 10 others are injured, while it is unclear how many remain missing
Search and rescue operations are still ongoing for residents believed to be trapped in their homes
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Affected families are staying in 5 evacuation centers as rescue and retrieval operations continue
(UPDATED) Naga City Mayor Kristine Chiong explains the story behind a Mines and Geosciences Bureau letter that said cracks and fissures 'do not pose an imminent danger' days before the landslide occurred
(UPDATED) According to reports, the city government has only declared a state of calamity in the villages of Tinaan, Naalad, Mainit, Pangdan, and Cabungahan
(UPDATED) Police report 7 people are injured following the landslide that affected around 24 houses in two different barangays
A landslide caused by heavy monsoon rains kills at least 3 people and buries dozens of homes in Naga City, Cebu
(5th UPDATE) Days of heavy monsoon rains causes a steep slope of crumbly limestone and soil to collapse into a number of homes early Thursday when many people would still have been in bed
The theme of the activity organized by Tindig Pilipinas-Cebu is: 'Remembering Martial Law and Rekindling the People Power'
There has to be intervention too, says Central Visayas police chief Debold Sinas, like rehabilitation and the provision of livelihood to reintegrated citizens
#MoveSessions is an online live jam for up-and-coming artists from schools and communities. Bookmark this page to catch Vincent Eco's performance on Thursday, September 6.
The Ronda town police station is just around 5 meters away from the town hall, where Mayor Mariano Blanco III was killed before dawn
Mayor Mariano Blanco III is killed before dawn in his office in Ronda town, Cebu
Flights from Clark to Macau will be at 9:25 pm daily, with return flights to the Philippines at 12:15 am the following day
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In October 2017, Mariano Blanco III was stripped of police powers as ordered by the National Police Commission due to his alleged links to illegal drugs. He was killed almost a year after.