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OPAV supports creation of state medicine school

OPAV supports creation of state medicine school Mitchelle L. Palaubsanon (The Freeman) – November 22, 2019 – 12:00am CEBU, Philippines — Presidential Assistant for the Visayas Michael Lloyd Dino has expressed his support for the first ever state-funded medical college in Central Visayas. The Cebu Normal University-Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center (CNU-VSMMC)-College of Medicine will be one of the …

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6 baragays to benefit from water rationing

6 baragays to benefit from water rationing CEBU, Philippines — Residents of the six Cebu City barangays suffering from water crisis will be jointly supplied with potable and non-potable water by the city government, Cebu City Water Advisory Committee (CCWAC), and Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD). The “Abag Tubig Program” is implemented by the city government to help the …

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Man ‘declines’ PSA survey, arrested

Man ‘declines’ PSA survey, arrested CEBU, Philippines — For allegedly refusing to answer the survey of the Philippine Statistics Authority, a former overseas Filipino worker was arrested in Mandaue City yesterday. Cirilo Cuizon was arrested by police personnel inside the law office of his son where he is currently working. The arrest warrant was issued by Acting Presiding Judge …

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Mall guards under fire: CHR to probe robbers’ slay

CEBU, Philippines — Did the police commit lapses in the deaths of four out-of-town men who were among those accused of robbing P136 million worth of cash and jewelry from five establishments inside Mandaue City’s J Centre Mall on Saturday night? The Commission on Human Rights-7 hopes to get an answer as it launches an investigation into the deaths of …

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Capitol, firm inks “profit” deal

Capitol, firm inks “profit” deal Gregg M. Rubio (The Freeman) – October 22, 2019 – 12:00am CEBU, Philippines — The Capitol and a coal-fired power plant in Toledo City are set to sign a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) that would define the sharing of financial benefits from the total electricity sales of the latter. The Provincial Board yesterday passed …

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Use only metal, concrete poles

Use only metal, concrete poles CEBU, Philippines —  All private and public utility firms will soon be required to phase out all old and/or dilapidated wooden poles or posts that pose danger to the public in Cebu City. This, if the proposed ordinance of City Councilor Jerry Guardo will be passed by the City Council and will get the …

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Our generation faces a tremendous challenge to rem…

Our generation faces a tremendous challenge to remain faithful and steadfast in the light of the threats and temptations of the 21st century. Changes to the moral landscape of society have at times overwhelmed the church into succumbing to a politically correct but unbiblical mindset that shies away from confrontation. Many have become man-pleasers instead of God-pleasers and this has …

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We are privileged to host another series of confer…

We are privileged to host another series of conferences featuring Dr. Steven J. Lawson of Passion Ministries this coming November 2019 in Quezon City and Cebu! Dr. Lawson is going back to continue in his preaching series, which started back in 2017 in Quezon City. This time, he will also be speaking to brethren who can go to Cebu. Like …

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