UNBORN PINOYS TO PAY PH DEBT
BUSINESSMAN Rey E.
Calooy said the Philippines
now has P10.3 Trillion in
foreign and domestic debts.
This will be paid by the present generation and beyond,
including still unborn Filipinos.
Calooy, president of the
Club, said that in most cases
"The best for COVID19 prevention"
Shipping hit by less passengers, cargoes but higher fuel prices
AN OFFICIAL of Roble
Shipping Corporation said
that it is unfortunate that
while there is less passengers and cargoes at this time
of Covid-19 pandemic, fuel
prices keep on increasing.
Duterte signs law mandating coop officers
REP. BENJAMIN Canama of Coop NATCCO Party-List is happy that President Rodrigo Duterte has
signed into law RA 11535 last
April 13, 2021 mandating
all Local Government Units
(LGUs) to appoint th...
VECO to renegotiate contracts with power suppliers
TO REDUCE power rates
in Cebu, the Visayan Electric
Co. (VECO) will be holding a
Competitive Selection Process (CSP) for power supply
agreements and renegotiate
contracts with some of its
Rama clarifies Carbon modernization issues
CEBU City Vice Mayor
Michael “Mike” Rama has
issued a public statement
dated April 18, 2021 to clarify issues once again regarding the controversial Carbon
Market modernization program.
Is he dumb or out of touch?
of President Rodrigo
Duterte find it dumb
when he admitted the
lack of vaccines in the
Philippines? The president, during his talk
to the nation on April
15, 2021, said the on...
Open the Economy or Vaccines?
Government officials talk
about opening the economy
like a magic pill to address
the crisis our country faces.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte looked like he had no clue
about the wisdom of easi...
Third Covid vaccine dose likely needed within a year
Pfizer CEO Albert
Bourla said people will
“likely” need a booster
dose of a Covid-19 vaccine
within 12 months of getting fully vaccinated. He
said it is possible people
will need to get vacci...
President Sergio Osmeña’s appointees in Samar (Part IV)
Don Sergio Suico Osmena Sr. was the only
Cebuano who became
the Liberator President
and rebuilt the country
by appointing officials
to govern the local government units. He made
Second Bike Thru Experience
On April 17, 2021, the
Sugbo Bike Lanes conducted another Bike Thru Experience with Councilors
Jerry Guardo, the Chairman of the City Council’s Committee on Public
Works, and Councilor Dondon Ho...
Between truth and lies: Infiltration and red-tagging
Tripartism and social
dialogue are keys in maintaining industrial peace.
Thus, the government
through the Department
of Labor and Employment
(DOLE) along with other
US to extend more economic assistance to PH
AS THE US and the Philippines mark their 75 years of
diplomatic relations, the US
government pledged to continue extending economic assistance to the Philippines in the
form of grants for infras...
EO 127 allows banks to set up own satellites
BANGKO Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Governor Benjamin
E. Diokno is proposing to allow
banks to set up their own satellite broadband for its digital or
On March 10, P...
Phoenix offers affordable LPG canisters
Phoenix Petroleum Philippines
Inc. has offered more affordable liquefied petroleum gas
(LPG) canisters for lower income consumers amid the lingering pandemic.
Welcome the new MV Trans-Asia 21
MV Trans-Asia 21 (TA
21), the new vessel of Chelsea Logistics and Infrastructure Holdings Corp.
has completed its sea trial
in Fukuoka, Japan, marking
the company’s new investment amid the coro...
Thin summer power supply forecasted
THE National Grid Corporation of the Philippines
(NGCP) warns of the impending thin power supply in
the Luzon grid from April to
This is due to multiple
power plants on ext...
Basilica, image of Snr. Sto. Niño declared National Cultural Treasures
THE National Historical
Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) 2021, led the
ceremonial unveiling of the
markers declaring the Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño de
Cebu and the image of Snr.
Cebu City mulls possibility of C Peso cryptocurrency
CITY Mayor Edgardo Labella signed a Memorandum
of Understanding with C Pass
Inc. to conduct a feasibility
study for the use of C Peso in
the remittance and payment
system for the public transa...
Mayor Ahong Chan recommends allowing entry of foreign tourists
LAPU-LAPU City Mayor Junard “Ahong” Chan
will recommend to the Inter-Agency Task Force on the
Management of Emerging
Infectious Diseases (IATFMEID) to allow foreign tourists to enter the city to...
Bohol beneficiaries receive CLOAs from DAR
SIXTY-SIX agrarian reform beneficiaries finally
received their certificates of
land ownership award (CLOAs) on Friday, April 16 from
Agrarian Reform Secretary
John R. Castriciones.
Smart gives free pocket wifi to students
SMART Communications, Inc. gave 300 pocket
Wifi devices to high school
and college students and
youth organizations in Bohol
province on Friday.
Romerde, customer deve...
New Tagbilaran City port terminal inaugurated
THE Department of
Transportation (DOTr) inaugurated the passenger terminal at the Port of Tagbilaran on Wednesday, April 14.
DOTr said the building,
which is within the Passenger Terminal...
Mass legal action against Facebook over data leak
FACEBOOK users whose
data was compromised by a
massive data leak are urged
to take legal action against
the tech giant.
About 530 million people had some personal information leaked, in...
Turkey to send a delegation to Egypt as it seeks to repair ties
TURKEY’S Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said
it will send a delegation to
Egypt led by its deputy foreign minister in early May, as
Ankara ramps up a push to
repair strained ties with Cairo...
Iran starts enriching uranium to 60% purity
THE International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the
U.N. nuclear watchdog, confirmed that Iran has started the process of enriching
uranium to 60% fissile purity
at an above-ground nuclear
IRR ON SENIORS READY: QUIJANO
Quijano of the National Commission for Senior Citizens
(NCSC) said the Implementing Rules and Regulation
(IRR) of Republic Act (RA)
11350 creating his agency is
Meralco case affects Veco, customers
POWER Advocate Romeo
“Butch” Junia said that a case
against Manila Electric Company (MERALCO) that he is
now intervening has profound
effect on the Visayan Electric
Company (VECO) and its cust...
Vermicomposting project gets DOLE’s support
THE Department of
Labor and Employment
(DOLE) gave P500,000 in
livelihood assistance to a
group of farmers in Dumanjug, Cebu for vermicomposting or the use of earthworms
to convert organic was...
AirAsia partners with HRRAC
AIRASIA Philippines has
partnered with Cebu’s hotel and restaurant operators
in an effort to help encourage tourism in the province,
making it now the corporate
airline partner of the Hotel
Local economy collapses with millions jobless, micro firms bankrupt
BUSINESSMAN Rey E.
Calooy of the Filipino Cebuano (FilCeb) Business Club
said our local economy has
collapsed sending millions of
Filipinos jobless and micro
Lockdown in Metro Manila affects economy: Philip Tan
BUSINESSMAN Philip N. Tan said the country’s
economy is affected by the
continued lock down in Metro Manila considering that
the bulk of Gross Domestic
Product (GDP) is there.
Mandaue ready with community vaccination center
MANDAUE City is now
ready to undertake community vaccinations for COVID-19
with the successful pilot testing of the first community
vaccination center in Cebu
held last April 8.
The bashing of Vice
President Leni Robredo by the DDS cabal
since 2016 turned out
harsh, false, and unrelentless. Many analysts practically left
Leni on the wayside.
But Leni persisted
What was Duterte hiding from?
After a disappearing act
of two weeks, President Rodrigo Duterte returns angry
at detained senator Leila
de Lima for allegedly questioning his state of health.
In a prerecorded briefing on
Cryptocurrency Market Surpasses $2 Trillion
The combined market
cap of all cryptocurrencies
hit $2 trillion for the first
time Monday, making cryptocurrency approximately
as valuable as Apple, the
second-largest company in
the world. D...
Do you know that… The inventor of the Frisbee was cremated and made into a Frisbee after he died? Walter Frederick Morrison invented the Frisbee in 1948, which was originally called the Pluto Platter. In 2010, at age 90 he died and his family cremated him and turned his ashes in to the Frisbee.
Billy goats urinate on their own heads to smell more attractive to females. Billy goats or bucks is the name given to male goats. Generally they urinate on themselves in late summer through fall, and for humans, it’s not a pleasant smell.
There were two AI chatbots created by Facebook to talk to each other, but they were shut down after they started communicating in a language they made for themselves.
Ballistophobia is the fear of missiles or bullets. Now you know!
A group of cobras is called a quiver.
The hashtag symbol is technically called an octothorpe.
The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.
You can hear a blue whale’s heartbeat from more than 2 miles away.
Coca-Cola was the first soft drink in space.
About 700 grapes go into one bottle of wine.
Fear of the number 13 is called triskaidekaphobia.
If Facebook was a country, it would have 1 billion more people than China
German Shepherds Were the Original “Watchdogs”
In China, killing a Panda is punishable by death.
The Eiffel Tower was original intended for Barcelona, Spain
Logistics is the longest movie ever made
Pumice is the only rock that floats
Perry Como was awarded the very first gold record.
In the 16th Century, Turkish women could initiate a divorce if their husbands didn’t pour coffee for them? Today, this would be unheard of. But back then, coffee was an integral part of Turkish society. So much so, that it was “grounds” for divorce.
A group of eagles is called a convocation
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