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Trash Talk

Published in Editorial
Monday, 03 February 2014 00:00
In recent weeks, after the tragic chapter in the lives of the Capiznons named Yolanda, things have started looking up in our part of the world. Out of the million dollars worth of relief goods, services and pledges poured in to the Philippines by many foreign countries and countless nongovernment entities, we have realized ...

Epic devastation

Published in Editorial
Monday, 23 December 2013 00:00
No amount of calamity or disaster or catastrophe—other call it “devastation of epic proportions”—can make us change our ways.
In recent days, we have witnessed how this calamity has, according to one contributor of this paper, “brought out the beast in us.”
In many instances we have witnessed how Super Typhoon...

Days of the dead

Published in Editorial
Monday, 04 November 2013 00:00
Days of the dead   Days ago, Capiznons were advised that the tropical depression that developed into a Super Typhoon ‘Yolanda’ (International Name: Haiyan) with maximum sustained winds of 230 kph and a gustiness of 315 kph—would make landfall in the regions of Visayas.
For its part, Capiz’s Provincial Disaster...

Change is good but we need cash.

Published in Editorial
Monday, 23 September 2013 00:00
Change is good but we need cash.   This statement can sum up one of the current apparent sentiments of the commuting public in and around Roxas City—after the Albar Terminal was recently transferred to Brgy. Lawaan.   With the city’s terminal relocated albeit temporarily, it’s certainly a breath of fresh air i...