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Breaking: Unitop management preempted a raid by the Bureau of Internal Revenue on their stores by paying P50 million in taxes. A BIR “Oplan Kandado” team was about to close five branches in Cebu this morning. Unitop owes P97 million in taxes. Partial payment was made in the BIR central office in Manila./ Reporter Candeze Mongaya

November 21, 2011

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Three hurt in passenger jeepney collision

October 18, 2011

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by Correspondent Norman V. Mendoza   THREE persons were hurt in a collision at a junction of M. Logarta Street and EO Perez Street in barangay Subangdaku, Mandaue City at 1:20 p.m Tuesday. A route 01K bound passenger jeepney driven by 28-year-old Zerick Esconde lost its brakes as it turned the curve at M. Logarta […]

‘Ramon’ spares Cebu, but leaves landslides, heavy rainfall in wake

October 12, 2011

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Cebu Daily News/ Breaking News TROPICAL storm “Ramon” spared Cebu from the brunt of its arrival as it made landfall in Southern Leyte last night and weakened into a tropical depression, making its way to northeast Luzon. In its 11 a.m. advisory, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services (Pagasa) lifted all its public storm […]

P20 wage increase for Central Visayas

August 31, 2011

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by Candeze R. Mongaya, Reporter Cebu Daily News/ Breaking News WORKERS in Central Visayas will receive an additional P20 increase in their daily minimum wage by the end of this month. The amount approved by the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board in Central Visayas (RTWPB-7) in its closed door meeting early today increases the […]

Dialogue pushed ahead of flyover projects

August 29, 2011

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by Candeze R. Mongaya, Reporter Cebu Daily News/ Breaking   PROPONENTS of the Road Revolution are pushing a dialogue with transport, local officials and other stakeholders prior to the implementation of the flyover projects in Cebu City. Urban planner Joy Martinez-Onozawa said instead of a flyover, a bike lane and a widened pedestrian lane can […]

Police disperse, end Talisay vendors’ rally

August 29, 2011

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by Gabriel C. Bonjoc, Correspondent Cebu Daily News/ Breaking News POLICE managed to disperse 200 vendors who formed a human barricade around the Tabunok Public Market at 7 a.m today. The police broke through the human barricade and closed down the old Talisay City market in Tabunok, Talisay southern Cebu, ending the vendors’ assembly. An […]

Mama missing NBI arrests son in Mambaling

August 26, 2011

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A MAN suspected of killing his mother was taken into custody yesterday by the National Bureau of Investigation in Central Visayas (NBI-7). Christian “Lucky” Dalangin was arrested as NBI agents set to apply for a search warrant to to open his two-storey house in Ma. Gochan Street, barangay Mambaling, Cebu City. The NBI was alerted […]

Porters receive tipster’s reward

August 25, 2011

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by Carmel Loise M. Matus, Correspondent Cebu Daily News/ Breaking News   Eight porters in Cebu City each received P3,000 as a tipster’s reward for alerting police about victims of human trafficking.  A group of 15 girls from Bohol and 3 from Ormoc were rescued before they boarded ships bound for Manila.  They were promised […]

Cessna plane crashes in sea off Mactan, Cebu

August 25, 2011

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by Norman V. Mendoza, Correspondent Cebu Daily News/ Breaking News A 6-seater Cessna plane crashed off the coast of Lapu-Lapu City in Cebu about 11 a.m. during a test flight. The pilot, co-pilot and 1 passenger were rescued by fishermen and are out of danger. They were brought to the Hadsan Cove Beach resort where […]

Child in critical condition after fall from school building

August 24, 2011

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by Patricia Andrea Pateña, Correspondent Cebu Daily News/ Breaking News   A seven-year old boy is still in critical condition after falling down from the second floor of a school building last Tuesday noon. Clifford Montana, Grade 1 student of the Lyceum of Cebu was reportedly playing near a broken railing of the school’s Basic […]