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Palma: Keep faith alive
Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma urged the faithful to keep their faith alive as they renew their baptismal rites in welcoming the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday.
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AFTER a two-day respite from work on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, I was back at the office early yesterday to write this column.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Five major ship disasters from the last two years
An aerial view shows the Costa Concordia as it lies on its side next to Giglio Island taken from an Italian navy helicopter August 26, 2013.
CD-R King to open biggest branch in Cebu in E-mall
TECHNOLOGY and media provider CD-R King will open by the end of this month its biggest branch in Visayas and Mindanao in Elizabeth Mall in Cebu City.
Customs scraps forms for passengers with nothing to declare
Passengers entering the Philippines now have an option not to fill out a customs declaration form, provided they have nothing to declare.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Crimson to open Boracay resort in 2017
MANILA The Filinvest-led Crimson Hotels is hitting one of the world's best beaches as it announced the latest addition to the group: Crimson Resort and Spa, Boracay.
Aquino to inspect terminals in Metro Manila
PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III is set to inspect on Wednesday various air, land and sea transport facilities in Metro Manila to ensure smooth and seamless operations during the Holy Week, the Department of Transportation and Communications said Tuesday.
Over P14-M worth of marijuana destroyed in Benguet
THE anti-narcotics agency and the police have destroyed over P14 million worth of marijuana during a three-day eradication operation in Benguet province, an official said Tuesday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
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MANILA: Philippine airlines stand to gain much from FAA upgrade
Now that the Philippines has regained its Category 1 status from the US Federal Aviation Administration , expect the local airlines to reap the benefits of flying to more destinations in the United States, aviation consultancy CAPA Center for Aviation said in a report.
Where speed matters
THE abandoned old Bacolod Airport came alive over the weekend as 104 sports cars intensely raced against each other for the 1st Bacolod Speed Festival.
Philippines to probe mining companies
A Philippine lawmaker on Monday said he filed a measure seeking a congressional inquiry into the recurring environmental problems involving foreign and local mining companies in the country.
Cebu Pacific adds flights to Hong Kong, Hanoi
MANILA, Philippines Gokongwei-owned Cebu Pacific Air has increased its weekly flights between Manila and Hong Kong to accommodate demand for the summer season.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
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European Commission Lifts Ban On Philippine's Leading Airline - Cebu Pacific
The Philippines' leading airline, Cebu Pacific, has been removed from the list of airlines banned from operating in European Union member countries.
Accused in Vhong case attempts to leave PH
MANILA One of the men accused of beating actor Vhong Navarro last January 22 attempted to leave the Philippines early Monday.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
How Loudbasstard champions Pinoy craftmanship
MANILA, Philippines When Cebu-made bamboo sound amplifier Loudbasstard began making noise in 2012, many took notice of its simple concept and, of course, its bold name.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Asia News Network
The World Bank says the Philippines is poised to remain the fastest-growing economy in Southeast Asia this year, as President Benigno Aquino III's administration ramps up infrastructure and reconstruction spending to beat the clock in the last two years of his term.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Will Cebu Pacific offer 'piso' fares to US, Europe?
This was the question on many people's minds now that the Gokongwei-led budget carrier is now cleared to fly to the United States and Europe.
'Cherry blossoms' at Cebu's La Vie Parisienne
While it may not be the capital of the country, Cebu City definitely ranks a place as one of the top destinations for tourists visiting the Philippines.
Cradle of top class artists, designers
PRODUCING globally competitive artists and designers is the forte of Philippine Women's College of Davao's Helena Z Benitez School of Fine Arts & Design.
Smartphone maker targets PH 'selfie' enthusiasts
Chinese mobile-phone maker Gionee is taking advantage of the Philippines as a "selfie" capital of the world with the introduction of its flagship high-end smartphone especially made for shooting.