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THE first package of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project may not be operational in July 2024.“Ni-commit ta’g July, pero naay stoppage nga nahitabo. Normal nga ma-delay jud, pero bisan tuod nga wala sila nakatrabaho didto, naa pa man lain nga stations nga angay trabahoon,” said Norvin Imbong, CBRT project manager, in a phone interview on Monday, March 25, 2024.(We initially said it would be operational by July, but a portion of the project has been put on hold. A delay is only normal, but even though they cannot work near the Capitol there are other stations that they can work on.)The first package covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. 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Gwendolyn Garcia, Imbong said they had already asked the Philippine Historical Commission for clearance to continue with the project.Despite the rift between Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama and Governor Garcia over the CBRT project, Imbong assured that they would continue with civil works.He said when they received the notice for the stoppage of construction on Province-owned lots on Osmeña Blvd. amid its potential violation of the Philippine Heritage Law for appearing to be located within the buffer zones of heritage zones, they simply transferred and worked on the bus station near the CSBT.He said the bus station near the CSBT is almost done, saying they have already installed the roofing.Meanwhile, Imbong said they respect the governor’s order, adding that it was valid because they were not able to secure a clearance. He said higher officials advised them to secure the necessary permits.He hopes to have them as soon as possible, he said.The CBRT project has been marred by several delays since its targeted implementation in 2016.The groundbreaking of Package 1, which the Cebu City Government had set for Feb. 2, 2023, was moved to Feb. 24 because President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. was only available on the latter date.The original target completion date of Package 1 was in the last quarter of 2023 only to be moved to the first quarter of 2024.The Department of Transportation initially aimed to complete the CBRT project in 2025 but moved it to 2027 due to design changes. These changes include the addition of Package 4 that will feature a dedicated lane from Bulacao to Mambaling; extension of the alignment from Ayala to Cebu IT Park; a rotunda underneath the Mambaling flyover; and the conversion of a mixed traffic lane along the coastal road at the South Road Properties and F. 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No bail was recommended for their temporary liberty.Boboy allegedly pointed a gun at Jumalon's radio station helper when the helper opened the gate, while Renante served as the getaway motorcycle driver.The gunman, identified as Julito Mangumpit, is still at large."Already, the Misamis Occidental PPO is following up on several leads on Mangumpit's whereabouts," said Gutierrez."Their dedication and unswerving commitment to solve this case is truly commendable,” he added.A total reward of P3.7 million is being offered by the government to those who can help in the apprehension of the suspects.Jumalon was shot twice in the face by the suspect while on live broadcast on Sunday morning, November 5. The suspect snatched the victim’s necklace before fleeing the scene. Investigators are exploring four possible motives: land dispute, business, local politics, and personal reasons. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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No bail was recommended for their temporary liberty.Boboy allegedly pointed a gun at Jumalon's radio station helper when the helper opened the gate, while Renante served as the getaway motorcycle driver.The gunman, identified as Julito Mangumpit, is still at large."Already, the Misamis Occidental PPO is following up on several leads on Mangumpit's whereabouts," said Gutierrez."Their dedication and unswerving commitment to solve this case is truly commendable,” he added.A total reward of P3.7 million is being offered by the government to those who can help in the apprehension of the suspects.Jumalon was shot twice in the face by the suspect while on live broadcast on Sunday morning, November 5. The suspect snatched the victim’s necklace before fleeing the scene. Investigators are exploring four possible motives: land dispute, business, local politics, and personal reasons. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) The Best Online Tennis THE Philippine National Police (PNP) will be on heightened alert to ensure the safe and peaceful conduct of Semana Santa 2024.In a message to reporters, PNP chief of the Public Information Office (PIO) Colonel Jean Fajardo said the PNP will be on heightened alert starting 12:01 a.m. March 25 until April 1.This means that all police personnel are required to be on duty during the said period for the conduct of security operations amid the expected Lenten break exodus.During the inter-agency meeting held in Camp Crame in Quezon City on Friday, March 22, PNP chief General Benjamin Acorda Jr. said almost 140,000 law enforcement personnel, which includes over 52,000 policemen and more than 87,000 force multipliers, will be deployed during the Holy Week, especially in places of convergence such as transport terminals, churches and other religious places, recreational parks, resorts and tourist spots as major thoroughfares.Representatives from the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Department of Health (DOH), Department of Tourism (DOT), Land Transportation Office (LTO) and Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) were present during the meeting to ensure a whole-government-approach in ensuring peace and order.“Yes all systems go na tayo para sa Semana Santa,” Acorda said.“With regards unang-una doon sa criminalities and ‘yung mga petty crimes, ‘yung pickpockets, is always there so it’s part of our monitoring and ‘yung police visibility, but if you are asking on the threat and terrorism, wala tayong natatanggap. But still, gaya nang sinasabi ko palagi, the PNP is always assuming for the worst threat and that is our preparation para lahat ay nababantayan,” he added.(With regards to criminalities, especially petty crimes like pickpocketing, they are always present so they are part of our monitoring and police visibility efforts. However, if you are asking about threats and terrorism, we have not received any. But still, as I always say, the PNP is always preparing for the worst threat, and that is our preparation so that everything is monitored.)The LTO and MMDA said among the focus of their deployment, aside from assisting motorists are the colorum vehicles who may take advantage of the influx of passengers looking for a ride to their destinations.PCG spokesperson Rear Admiral Armand Balilo said they will also beef up their operations in waters, noting that if there are colorum in land transportation, there are also colorum off waters, especially in tourist spots.“May mga bangka kasi wala naman silang permit to operate pero dahil nga sa dami ng mga turista sinasamantala nung iba ang mga ganyan,” he said.(There are boats operating without permits because of the influx of tourists, and some people take advantage of this situation.)“Delikado po ito kasi aside from wala silang mga kagamitan para sa safety ng mga pasahero, wala din silang insurance para if may mangyari, na sana wala naman, ay covered nila ang kanilang mga pasahero,” he added.(This is dangerous because aside from lacking safety equipment for passengers, they also don't have insurance coverage in case, hopefully not, something happens to their passengers.)Acorda urges the public to be vigilant and to immediately report to the authorities any suspicious activities in their area. 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THE Philippine National Police (PNP) will be on heightened alert to ensure the safe and peaceful conduct of Semana Santa 2024.In a message to reporters, PNP chief of the Public Information Office (PIO) Colonel Jean Fajardo said the PNP will be on heightened alert starting 12:01 a.m. March 25 until April 1.This means that all police personnel are required to be on duty during the said period for the conduct of security operations amid the expected Lenten break exodus.During the inter-agency meeting held in Camp Crame in Quezon City on Friday, March 22, PNP chief General Benjamin Acorda Jr. said almost 140,000 law enforcement personnel, which includes over 52,000 policemen and more than 87,000 force multipliers, will be deployed during the Holy Week, especially in places of convergence such as transport terminals, churches and other religious places, recreational parks, resorts and tourist spots as major thoroughfares.Representatives from the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Department of Health (DOH), Department of Tourism (DOT), Land Transportation Office (LTO) and Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) were present during the meeting to ensure a whole-government-approach in ensuring peace and order.“Yes all systems go na tayo para sa Semana Santa,” Acorda said.“With regards unang-una doon sa criminalities and ‘yung mga petty crimes, ‘yung pickpockets, is always there so it’s part of our monitoring and ‘yung police visibility, but if you are asking on the threat and terrorism, wala tayong natatanggap. But still, gaya nang sinasabi ko palagi, the PNP is always assuming for the worst threat and that is our preparation para lahat ay nababantayan,” he added.(With regards to criminalities, especially petty crimes like pickpocketing, they are always present so they are part of our monitoring and police visibility efforts. However, if you are asking about threats and terrorism, we have not received any. But still, as I always say, the PNP is always preparing for the worst threat, and that is our preparation so that everything is monitored.)The LTO and MMDA said among the focus of their deployment, aside from assisting motorists are the colorum vehicles who may take advantage of the influx of passengers looking for a ride to their destinations.PCG spokesperson Rear Admiral Armand Balilo said they will also beef up their operations in waters, noting that if there are colorum in land transportation, there are also colorum off waters, especially in tourist spots.“May mga bangka kasi wala naman silang permit to operate pero dahil nga sa dami ng mga turista sinasamantala nung iba ang mga ganyan,” he said.(There are boats operating without permits because of the influx of tourists, and some people take advantage of this situation.)“Delikado po ito kasi aside from wala silang mga kagamitan para sa safety ng mga pasahero, wala din silang insurance para if may mangyari, na sana wala naman, ay covered nila ang kanilang mga pasahero,” he added.(This is dangerous because aside from lacking safety equipment for passengers, they also don't have insurance coverage in case, hopefully not, something happens to their passengers.)Acorda urges the public to be vigilant and to immediately report to the authorities any suspicious activities in their area. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) The Best Online Tennis THE first package of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project may not be operational in July 2024.“Ni-commit ta’g July, pero naay stoppage nga nahitabo. Normal nga ma-delay jud, pero bisan tuod nga wala sila nakatrabaho didto, naa pa man lain nga stations nga angay trabahoon,” said Norvin Imbong, CBRT project manager, in a phone interview on Monday, March 25, 2024.(We initially said it would be operational by July, but a portion of the project has been put on hold. A delay is only normal, but even though they cannot work near the Capitol there are other stations that they can work on.)The first package covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. 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He said higher officials advised them to secure the necessary permits.He hopes to have them as soon as possible, he said.The CBRT project has been marred by several delays since its targeted implementation in 2016.The groundbreaking of Package 1, which the Cebu City Government had set for Feb. 2, 2023, was moved to Feb. 24 because President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. was only available on the latter date.The original target completion date of Package 1 was in the last quarter of 2023 only to be moved to the first quarter of 2024.The Department of Transportation initially aimed to complete the CBRT project in 2025 but moved it to 2027 due to design changes. These changes include the addition of Package 4 that will feature a dedicated lane from Bulacao to Mambaling; extension of the alignment from Ayala to Cebu IT Park; a rotunda underneath the Mambaling flyover; and the conversion of a mixed traffic lane along the coastal road at the South Road Properties and F. 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TWO out of the three suspects in the killing of Misamis Occidental broadcaster Juan “DJ Johnny Walker” Jumalon have been arrested, the Presidential Task Force on Media Security (PTFoMS) said.PTFoMS Executive Director Undersecretary Paul M. Gutierrez identified the arrested suspects as cousins Boboy Sagaray Bongcawel and Renante Saja Bongcawel, both 39 years old.They were arrested on March 15 in Barangay Poblacion, Sapang Dalaga, Misamis Occidental by joint operatives of the Calamba and Sapang Dalaga Municipal Police Stations by virtue of an arrest warrant for murder and theft issued by Calamba Executive Judge Michael Lotao Ajoc of Regional Trial Court Branch 36, 10th Judicial Region. No bail was recommended for their temporary liberty.Boboy allegedly pointed a gun at Jumalon's radio station helper when the helper opened the gate, while Renante served as the getaway motorcycle driver.The gunman, identified as Julito Mangumpit, is still at large."Already, the Misamis Occidental PPO is following up on several leads on Mangumpit's whereabouts," said Gutierrez."Their dedication and unswerving commitment to solve this case is truly commendable,” he added.A total reward of P3.7 million is being offered by the government to those who can help in the apprehension of the suspects.Jumalon was shot twice in the face by the suspect while on live broadcast on Sunday morning, November 5. The suspect snatched the victim’s necklace before fleeing the scene. Investigators are exploring four possible motives: land dispute, business, local politics, and personal reasons. 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But still, gaya nang sinasabi ko palagi, the PNP is always assuming for the worst threat and that is our preparation para lahat ay nababantayan,” he added.(With regards to criminalities, especially petty crimes like pickpocketing, they are always present so they are part of our monitoring and police visibility efforts. However, if you are asking about threats and terrorism, we have not received any. But still, as I always say, the PNP is always preparing for the worst threat, and that is our preparation so that everything is monitored.)The LTO and MMDA said among the focus of their deployment, aside from assisting motorists are the colorum vehicles who may take advantage of the influx of passengers looking for a ride to their destinations.PCG spokesperson Rear Admiral Armand Balilo said they will also beef up their operations in waters, noting that if there are colorum in land transportation, there are also colorum off waters, especially in tourist spots.“May mga bangka kasi wala naman silang permit to operate pero dahil nga sa dami ng mga turista sinasamantala nung iba ang mga ganyan,” he said.(There are boats operating without permits because of the influx of tourists, and some people take advantage of this situation.)“Delikado po ito kasi aside from wala silang mga kagamitan para sa safety ng mga pasahero, wala din silang insurance para if may mangyari, na sana wala naman, ay covered nila ang kanilang mga pasahero,” he added.(This is dangerous because aside from lacking safety equipment for passengers, they also don't have insurance coverage in case, hopefully not, something happens to their passengers.)Acorda urges the public to be vigilant and to immediately report to the authorities any suspicious activities in their area. 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TWO out of the three suspects in the killing of Misamis Occidental broadcaster Juan “DJ Johnny Walker” Jumalon have been arrested, the Presidential Task Force on Media Security (PTFoMS) said.PTFoMS Executive Director Undersecretary Paul M. Gutierrez identified the arrested suspects as cousins Boboy Sagaray Bongcawel and Renante Saja Bongcawel, both 39 years old.They were arrested on March 15 in Barangay Poblacion, Sapang Dalaga, Misamis Occidental by joint operatives of the Calamba and Sapang Dalaga Municipal Police Stations by virtue of an arrest warrant for murder and theft issued by Calamba Executive Judge Michael Lotao Ajoc of Regional Trial Court Branch 36, 10th Judicial Region. No bail was recommended for their temporary liberty.Boboy allegedly pointed a gun at Jumalon's radio station helper when the helper opened the gate, while Renante served as the getaway motorcycle driver.The gunman, identified as Julito Mangumpit, is still at large."Already, the Misamis Occidental PPO is following up on several leads on Mangumpit's whereabouts," said Gutierrez."Their dedication and unswerving commitment to solve this case is truly commendable,” he added.A total reward of P3.7 million is being offered by the government to those who can help in the apprehension of the suspects.Jumalon was shot twice in the face by the suspect while on live broadcast on Sunday morning, November 5. The suspect snatched the victim’s necklace before fleeing the scene. Investigators are exploring four possible motives: land dispute, business, local politics, and personal reasons. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) What do you mean by EFL?

Some of the most important trends revolve around the changes to the legalisation of online gambling for offshore operators, with President Rodrigo Duterte cracking down on illegal operations in recent years. Otherwise, we’ve identified that the growth in the land-based gambling industry has resulted in job creation for locals, with more than half of all employees in the entertainment sector being employed for gambling and betting activities.

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