8 Cebu destinations (International Copycats Edition)

WHAT international destination is in your bucket list? Do you turn green with envy every time you see a Facebook friend check-in to places you can only dream of going to? Sure, international travel will cost an arm and a leg but who says you can’t capture the perfect “international” selfie here? Head on to

Team Titans join Basura run 2016

OVER 20 Davao runners joined the First 5-Piece Daily Habit-Basura Run 2016 held recently in an out-and-back course from Victoria Plaza Bajada, Davao City. Cebu Ultrarunners Club (CBC) president and founder of the 5-Pieces Daily Habit Tony Galon, in a phone interview with SunStar Davao, said Team Titans Davao (TTD) joined the five-kilometer run. Read

Urban gardening

WHO says farming and gardening can only be done efficiently and effectively in the rural areas? With urban gardening, one can practice agriculture and generate extra income from it, making healthy food available just right at your backyard or garage for instance. Recognizing this, the Department of Agriculture (DA) is strengthening the Urban Gardening Program,

South Korea picks new site for US missile defense system

SEOUL, South Korea — A private golf course in southeastern part of South Korea has been chosen as the new site for an advanced US missile defense system to be deployed by the end of next year to protect against North Korean threats, South Korean military officials said Friday. Seoul’s Defense Ministry in July originally

How Bojo River has saved chickens, goats

CYNTHIA Moreno, then the mayor of Aloguinsan town, defied the odds to develop the Bojo River, as no one believed the river’s tourism potential. Now both Barangay Bojo and Aloguinsan town are getting international recognition because of the river that’s lined with mangroves and habitated by different species of birds. Read More

Composting like never before

COMPOSTING has always been the byword of organic farmers and gardeners, but regular households who live in tiny spaces know how stinky that can become before you can even have a good amount of compost fertilizer. Garbage, too, is the waterloo of just about every local government unit. While every garbage trader would want to

China begins operating world’s largest radio telescope

BEIJING — The world’s largest radio telescope began searching for signals from stars and galaxies and, perhaps, extraterrestrial life Sunday, September 25, in a project demonstrating China’s rising ambitions in space and its pursuit of international scientific prestige. Beijing has poured billions into such ambitious scientific projects as well as its military-backed space program, including

Pinoy video among 38 entries shortlisted in UN tilt

BETTER lifestyle choices through simple acts of caring for the environment everyday was among the advocacies of Jayson Villagomez. His initiative to combat climate change and the learnings he acquired as a student of De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines, gave him an inspiration to create a video that has been shortlisted in the

Pagasa: 8 more tropical cyclones expected this 2016

AN OFFICIAL of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) announced Tuesday that eight more tropical cyclones are expected to enter the country this year. The first of these eight cyclones may enter the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) next week, September 25, based on the weather bureau’s forecast, said Engr. Oscar Tabada,

Mix of renewable and fossil-based energy needed

FOR Metro Cebu to sustain its growth, a balance between renewable and fossil-based energy sources in its energy mix is needed, an Aboitiz Power official said. Speaking to local stakeholders at the Mega Cebu Energy Forum yesterday, AboitizPower chief operations officer (COO) Luis Miguel Aboitiz talked about the opportunities in retail competition and open access