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In Cebu City, judiciary keeps going but amid the heat

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A CONSTRUCTION worker puts on the finishing touches on one of the courtrooms at Qimonda IT Center in Cebu City. Judges and court employees are set to transfer to the newly constructed courtrooms next month. ADOR VINCENT MAYOL

Court employee Arturo Batoctoy keeps two extra shirts in his office drawer. “Sweat often dries up on my body,” he said, explaining the extra precaution he has taken after recently suffering from bronchitis.

Posted: October 18th, 2014 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Latest News Stories,Photos & Videos,Regions,Regions | Read More »

Malabuyoc’s hot springs

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ONE OF THE pools at Mainit Springs in Malabuyoc town in Cebu province CARMEL LOISE MATUS/ INQUIRER VISAYAS

There is a new tourist attraction in this sleepy town, some 126 kilometers south of Cebu City.

Posted: August 23rd, 2014 in Headlines,Latest News Stories,Regions,Regions | Read More »

In Bayawan, bikes get bamboo makeover

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For over a week, a group of craftsmen worked feverishly, huddled in a corner of the Integrated Bus Terminal in Bayawan City, Negros Oriental. After days of measuring, cutting, sanding, varnishing and fitting, Bayawanons caught a glimpse of their finished product: A bamboo-framed bicycle. Is it strong? Is it safe?  These were among the common questions asked by curious […]

Posted: August 2nd, 2014 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos,Regions | Read More »

Kabankalan’s 2 wonders of nature

THE MAG-ASO Falls in Kabankalan. CARLA P. GOMEZ/INQUIRER VISAYAS

Take your pick from two of nature’s wonders in Kabankalan City—waterfalls that spray a smoky mist or an ecology park nestled beneath a canopy of trees that offers a view of southern Negros Occidental province and beyond.

Posted: July 26th, 2014 in Headlines,Regions | Read More »

Using music to overcome storm trauma

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MUSIKGARTEN uses music to stimulate the brain development of children as well as help them recover from the trauma caused by Supertyphoon “Yolanda.”  CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Social worker Evelyn Mae Maceda trembles in panic whenever she hears news of a coming typhoon. Even a drizzle will agitate her 1-year-old son, Khyrone Breve.

Posted: July 19th, 2014 in Headlines,Regions | Read More »

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