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Friday 18th April 2014
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Cebu Facts

Population: Approx 688,196
Longitude: 123.9
Latitude: 10.32
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Mactan
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Cebu draws interest as religious tourism site
Cebu City, Cebu – Cebu’s attractions goes beyond world-class beaches and resorts, as the province has also become a magnet for special interest tours. Cebu Provincial Government Tourism Affairs Consultant Patria Aurora Roa said while Cebu is a popular destination for leisure activities among foreign and local tourists, there is also a growing awareness of activities here for special interest ...
Laity invited to speak on Jesus’ last words
Cebu City, Cebu — In line with the celebration of the Year of the Laity, the Archdiocese of Cebu has invited three lay persons to take part in this year’s Siete Palabras or Jesus’ Seven Last Words, streamed live from the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral today, Good Friday. This will be the first time that the Archdiocese is including lay persons among the line-up of Siete Palabras speakers which, in ...
Cebu Pacific increases flights to meet demand
Cebu Pacific Air, the country’s largest budget carrier, is increasing international and domestic capacity amid an expected boost in passenger traffic during the summer months, a statement on Tuesday showed.
Cebu shipbuilder to expand in Indonesia
Balamban, Cebu – Leading world-class medium-sized shipbuilder, Tsuneishi Heavy Industries Cebu Inc. (THICI), is expanding this year in Indonesia, following the success in operation of its nearly two-decade facility in Cebu. THICI President Hitoshi Kono said the company is now in talks with the Indonesian government for the construction of a shipyard in Indonesia that would cater to small-scale ...
CEB adds more domestic flights to meet summer season demand
Cebu Pacific Air (CEB) is adding domestic flight frequencies to beach, diving and surfing destinations, to accommodate passenger demand during the peak summer season. CEB will add two weekly frequencies from both Manila and Cebu to Boracay (Caticlan). From April 27 to May 4, CEB will operate 64 weekly flights from Manila to Caticlan. From April 10 until further notice, 20 weekly flights from ...
PCG allows shipping firms 10% extra occupancy
Cebu City, Cebu — Two local shipping companies have been allowed by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) to increase the passenger capacity of their ferries by up to 10 percent this Holy Week, it was learned yesterday. Officials of George and Peter Lines and Cokaliong Shipping Lines are expecting an occupancy rate of more than 100 percent this year due to a huge volume of passengers boarding their ...
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Football: UEFA to mark 1914 Christmas truce match
European football's governing body UEFA on Tuesday announced that it planned a high-level ceremony to mark the 1914 Christmas truce match played by Allied and German soldiers in World War I. UEFA chief Michel Platini has invited the leaders of Belgium, Britain, France, Germany, Ireland and Italy, plus the heads of the national football associations, to take part in the December 17 commemoration ...
FIFA says no request to switch Crimean clubs to Russia
World football's governing body FIFA on Wednesday said it had received no request to shift Crimean clubs from the Ukrainian to the Russian league, despite Moscow's annexation of the Ukrainian province. "FIFA has not received any request for any change of the Crimean clubs to the Russian League," a FIFA spokesman told AFP. Moscow took over Crimea last month after a referendum there organised by ...
Two-week strike ends at 2016 Rio Olympic venues
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Over 2,000 construction workers returned to their jobs at the Olympic Park on Thursday, ending a two-week strike that further slowed the trouble-plagued 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Lanao hosts grassroots football workshop
TUBOD, Lanao del Norte , Philippines – Thirty-three Grassroots Development Officers (GDO) from all over the country and belonging to the Philippine Football Federation attended the second Grassroots Football Workshop April 1-5 at the Mindanao Civic Center sports complex here.
AFC boss told to spend less energy on politics
Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa has been told by the continent's FIFA vice-president to spend less time on politics and more on developing the sport. Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, elected as Asia's FIFA vice-president in 2011, made the comments as he criticised a campaign for his position on the executive committee to be automatically handed to the ...
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