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Over 100T children benefit DSWD-7’s feeding program

Over 100T children benefit DSWD-7’s feeding program Mitchelle L. Palaubsanon (The Freeman) – December 4, 2019 – 12:00am CEBU, Philippines — Some 126,267 children enrolled in various children development centers (CDC) in Central Visayas are being served by the Department of Social Welfare and Development-7 in partnership with the local government units in 2019. In a statement, DSWD-7 said …

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As COA lifts disallowance: Aid for Cebu City teachers to resume

As COA lifts disallowance: Aid for Cebu City teachers to resume CEBU, Philippines — The notice of disallowance the Commission on Audit issued last year against the P5,000 financial assistance for teachers in Cebu City has been lifted. Raddy Diola, authorized representative of Mayor Edgardo Labella in the Local School Board, confirmed this yesterday. Labella announced earlier that all …

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Dizon wants free movies for PWDs

Dizon wants free movies for PWDs Alicia Ivy L. Chua (The Freeman) – November 4, 2019 – 12:00am CEBU, Philippines — Councilor Alvin Dizon wants persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Cebu City to be allowed to watch movies for free like the senior citizens here. In a proposal, Dizon wants to amend and rename City Ordinance 2466 to “The …

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Fire hits San Roque, cebu city: 80 houses razed, 1,000 homeless

Fire hits San Roque, cebu city: 80 houses razed, 1,000 homeless CEBU, Philippines — A fire that raged for nearly four hours reduced 80 homes, boarding houses, and other structures to ashes and left nearly a thousand people homeless yesterday afternoon in Sitio Panting, Barangay San Roque, downtown Cebu City. The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) received the alarm …

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Argao town doctors ‘quit’ amid outsourcing

Argao town doctors ‘quit’ amid outsourcing CEBU, Philippines — Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia has ordered to investigate the alleged resignation of doctors at a province-run hospital in the southern Argao town following the move of the Capitol to outsource all entry-level personnel. Garcia made the remarks after receiving reports that doctors at Isidro C. Kintanar Memorial Hospital have allegedly …

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Environmental lawyer asks CA: ‘Stop tree cutting’

Environmental lawyer asks CA: ‘Stop tree cutting’ CEBU, Philippines — Lawyer and environmental professor Benjamin Cabrido Jr. has asked the Court of Appeals in Cebu City to direct the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Department of Public Works and Highways to cease and desist from implementing all tree cutting permits nationwide and to stop the ongoing cutting, …

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“Squadding” to help cops face problems

“Squadding” to help cops face problems Iris Hazel M. Mascardo (The Freeman) – October 4, 2019 – 12:00am CEBU, Philippines — The Cebu City Police Office launched yesterday morning a program they hope will address problems encountered by policemen when it comes to their moral and spiritual recovery; squadding. CCPO launched this restorative and preventive program part of the …

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Paul says that “Our momentary light affliction wou…

Paul says that “Our momentary light affliction would be nothing in comparison to the eternal weight of glory.” Revelation says, “God will wipe away our tears. . . no more mourning, crying, pain” #TheBeatitudesSermonSeries Source: https://www.facebook.com/175438565845089/posts/2371282932927297

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