Pros 'robbed, killed' accountant

EXPERIENCED robbers killed the 25-year-old accountant in the South Road Properties last Saturday morning, an intelligence official said. Supt. Ryan Devaras, chief of the Intelligence and Detection Branch, said that the four robbers may have crossed paths with police before. “They did not hesitate to kill the victim when she showed resistance against them taking the money. That alone, tells …

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LTO-7 enforces safety for kids on motorcycles

CEBU, Philippines – Land Transportation Office in Region (LTO) -7 takes seriously the execution of Republic Act 10666, also known as Children’s Safety on Motorcycles Act. A key official from LTO-7 said that they are strict in implementing the law. Their operations run daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and that those caught violating the law will have their …

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Foundation gives hope to military orphans

SUZETH Dalangin was only seven years old when she lost her soldier-father in a gunfight. Suzette and her siblings grew up in the care of their grandmother as her mother had to find a job to support the family. Growing up without a father was very hard on her. “Naiinggit ako sa iba na lumaking may ama. Meron silang ama …

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Opening Our Ears to Hear God said to Isaiah: “Go …

Opening Our Ears to Hear God said to Isaiah: “Go and tell this people: ‘Be ever hearing, but never understanding; be ever seeing, but never perceiving.’ Make the heart of this people calloused; make their ears dull and close their eyes. Otherwise they might see with their eyes, hear with their ears, understand with their hearts, and turn and be …

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AI’s arrival means people need better skills: Accenture

ACCENTURE Philippines is encouraging the academe to offer advanced courses on science and mathematics for graduate students to land jobs in industries already driven by innovative AI (artificial intelligence) technologies. JP Palpallatoc, Accenture managing director for technology, said the country needs to produce a more multi-skilled and high-quality talent pool for it to catch up with economies already making huge …

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Canadian killed in car crash

CEBU, Philippines – Sleepiness was blamed for death of a 30-year-old Canadian national after his car crashed into cement barrier along the National Road in Barangay Balabagon, Moalboal, around 4:30 a.m. yesterday. Stephen Georgitsopoulos was driving a black Honda HRV heading to Badian when the accident happened. He was with two other male passengers, Doji Cleopas and Teresito Quilestino, both …

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Cebu City Council moves to establish brgy alarm system

CEBU, Philippines – Cebu City Council is urging the city’s 80 barangays to establish a Barangay Alarm System (BAS) for immediate dissemination of any disaster-related information for all the barangay residents. This came after the proposed resolution of Councilor Jocelyn Pesquera was approved by the other members of the city council during last Tuesday’s scheduled session. Pesquera drafted this legislation …

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P2M worth of shabu seized in drug busts

OPERATIVES under Cebu Provincial Police Office (CPPO) seized close to P2 million worth of methamphetamine hydrochloride or “shabu” in drug busts from May 20 to 26. In 36 operations province-wide, 46 drug pushers and 27 illegal gamblers were caught. Police confiscated bet money amounting to P6,862. Police also apprehended 19 persons with pending warrants of arrest. Senior Superintendent Eric Noble, …

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