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THE Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) will implement changes in the conduct of rotation and resupply missions (RoRe) in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) following China's recent display of aggression, which resulted in injuries to three navy personnel and damage to a Philippine vessel, AFP Chief of Staff General Romeo Brawner Jr. said.In a statement on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, the AFP said Brawner visited the Western Command in Palawan on Tuesday, March 26, and checked the status of wounded personnel.PALAWAN. General Romeo Brawner Jr, chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, visits and checks on the welfare of a personnel injured in the latest rotation and reprovisioning mission during his visit to the Wescom headquarters in Palawan on March 26. AFP The AFP chief also handed over awards to those who contributed to previous rotation and reprovisioning missions.Brawner, however, did not specify what changes would be made.RoRe missions are intended to bring necessary supplies to troops deployed at the BRP Sierra Madre, which was deliberately grounded by the Philippine Government in Ayungin Shoal to signify its sovereign rights in the area.He urged soldiers of the Western Command to “keep up their good work” and continue with determination in their mission amid challenges to Philippine sovereign rights in the West Philippine Sea.“What you are doing here has strategic implications. The whole world is watching us so let us continue with our determination and resolve to accomplish our mission and the conduct of our RoRe operations,” said Brawner.On Saturday, March 23, Chinese Coast Guard and Chinese Maritime Militia acted recklessly and dangerously against Philippine Coast Guard vessels and Unaizah May 4 (UM4) using water cannons, which caused severe damage to the vessel and injuries to three Navy personnel onboard.The injured soldiers sustained wounds that required stitches, one of them had 13 stitches under his left eye while another had seven stitches on his head after hitting a wall due to the pressure from water cannoning staged by China.PALAWAN. General Romeo Brawner Jr, chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, visits and checks on the welfare of a personnel injured in the latest rotation and reprovisioning mission during his visit to the Wescom headquarters in Palawan on March 26. AFP A video of one of the soldiers aboard the damaged boat showed the intensity of the water cannoning, which prompted them to find a place to hide until it stopped.Brawner said the attack was the most harmful among all the harassment of China against Philippine vessels during the RoRe mission.China has received condemnation from other nations due to the incident.It, however, maintained that the Philippine vessels were illegally entering territory.China Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lin Jian even warned the Philippines of “potential consequences” amid its continued “infringement” in the South China Sea.China refused to recognize the arbitral ruling, which invalidates its claims in almost the entire WPS, validating the Philippines’ rights over the territorial waters. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) What is the best way to bet on NBA games? Philippines GOV. Gwendolyn Garcia has withheld declaring a state of calamity in Cebu Province to address the effects of the high heat index. In a press conference on Monday, April 8, 2024, Garcia said the Provincial Government is monitoring the situation across all local government units (LGUs) in its jurisdiction, including studying the crop yield and water supply.She assured farmers and fisherfolk that they are insured under the Philippine Crop Insurance Corp. “Damage to crops will be compensated accordingly,” Garcia said. “As of now, we will watch and study the situation very carefully. We will assist where we can assist and we will make a decision when we have to make a decision,” Garcia added.SunStar Cebu tried to secure data on crop production in the province, but the Provincial Agriculture Office would not provide it without the approval of the Office of the Governor. Localized problemThe governor pointed out that the water supply problem is evident only in Cebu City.She said the Province has a joint venture deal with a Manila-based water firm to extract water from the Luyang River in the northern town of Carman which is supplied to the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD). On April 3, the MCWD reported a deficit in water production due to the El Niño phenomenon. This has resulted in consumers complaining about low water pressure or no water supply, particularly in elevated and interior areas. Garcia said she called all City and Municipal Risk Reduction and Management Offices under the Province’s jurisdiction to strengthen preventive measures to mitigate the effects of the drought, such as fire incidents.A grass fire broke out in the hinterlands of the southern town of Oslob late Saturday night, April 6, affecting up to 70 hectares of land in Barangays Poblacion, Cañang, Calumpang and Daan Lungsod.“To see to it that everyone is reminded of the risk of flammable materials that were normally, dili unta. This precisely because of abnormally high-temperature indices,” Garcia said. No letupThe weather bureau Pagasa announced on Tuesday that high temperatures during the day will persist despite scattered rains experienced at night.Jhomer Eclarino of the Regional Services Division of Pagasa Visayas said the rains are passing and are influenced by the easterlies.Easterlies are eastward-blowing trade winds common in tropical regions like the Philippines, bringing warm, humid weather and occasional rain showers.“There’s a chance of passing light rains, but the weather will continue to be hot,” he said in Cebuano.At 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Cebu recorded a heat index of 37 degrees Celsius. The figure is under the extreme caution classification, which is between 32 and 41 degrees Celsius, and can cause heat cramps and exhaustion and may also lead to a heat stroke.The heat index or “feels-like” temperature combines air temperature and humidity to indicate how hot the weather feels to the human body.AdviceSo far this year, Eclarino said, the highest heat index recorded in Cebu was 39 degrees Celsius last March 27.He encouraged the public to always adhere to precautionary and preventive measures for health safety.Earlier, Pagasa said the temperature is hottest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., but the Department of Health (DOH) 7 suggested avoiding the outdoors as early as 9 a.m.Last month, Dr. Eugenia Mercedes Cañal, regional epidemiologist, set measures for the public to follow this summer amid the El Niño.Aside from avoiding the outdoors during peak hours when the heat index is at its highest, she also recommended wearing sunscreen outside and emphasized the importance of staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water.SunStar Cebu earlier reported that the heat index in Cebu may reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming months.Eclarino said historical data shows Cebu typically experiences its highest temperatures in May. On May 31, 2010, also during an El Niño, the province recorded surface temperature at 37 degrees Celsius and its highest heat index at 49 degrees Celsius.Eclarino attributed the high heat index to the El Niño phenomenon.Cebu and nine other provinces in the Visayas region are currently designated as experiencing drought.The other provinces are Antique, Biliran, Eastern Samar, Guimaras, Iloilo, Leyte, Negros Oriental, Negros Occidental and Samar.Eclarino said a drought is characterized by an extended dry spell, either with five consecutive months of below-normal rainfall or three months of significantly reduced rainfall.Pagasa defines below-normal rainfall as 20 to 60 percent less than the usual amount, while way-below-normal rainfall indicates a decrease of more than 60 percent from the norm. / EHP, KJF

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GOV. Gwendolyn Garcia has withheld declaring a state of calamity in Cebu Province to address the effects of the high heat index. In a press conference on Monday, April 8, 2024, Garcia said the Provincial Government is monitoring the situation across all local government units (LGUs) in its jurisdiction, including studying the crop yield and water supply.She assured farmers and fisherfolk that they are insured under the Philippine Crop Insurance Corp. “Damage to crops will be compensated accordingly,” Garcia said. “As of now, we will watch and study the situation very carefully. We will assist where we can assist and we will make a decision when we have to make a decision,” Garcia added.SunStar Cebu tried to secure data on crop production in the province, but the Provincial Agriculture Office would not provide it without the approval of the Office of the Governor. Localized problemThe governor pointed out that the water supply problem is evident only in Cebu City.She said the Province has a joint venture deal with a Manila-based water firm to extract water from the Luyang River in the northern town of Carman which is supplied to the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD). On April 3, the MCWD reported a deficit in water production due to the El Niño phenomenon. This has resulted in consumers complaining about low water pressure or no water supply, particularly in elevated and interior areas. Garcia said she called all City and Municipal Risk Reduction and Management Offices under the Province’s jurisdiction to strengthen preventive measures to mitigate the effects of the drought, such as fire incidents.A grass fire broke out in the hinterlands of the southern town of Oslob late Saturday night, April 6, affecting up to 70 hectares of land in Barangays Poblacion, Cañang, Calumpang and Daan Lungsod.“To see to it that everyone is reminded of the risk of flammable materials that were normally, dili unta. This precisely because of abnormally high-temperature indices,” Garcia said. No letupThe weather bureau Pagasa announced on Tuesday that high temperatures during the day will persist despite scattered rains experienced at night.Jhomer Eclarino of the Regional Services Division of Pagasa Visayas said the rains are passing and are influenced by the easterlies.Easterlies are eastward-blowing trade winds common in tropical regions like the Philippines, bringing warm, humid weather and occasional rain showers.“There’s a chance of passing light rains, but the weather will continue to be hot,” he said in Cebuano.At 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Cebu recorded a heat index of 37 degrees Celsius. The figure is under the extreme caution classification, which is between 32 and 41 degrees Celsius, and can cause heat cramps and exhaustion and may also lead to a heat stroke.The heat index or “feels-like” temperature combines air temperature and humidity to indicate how hot the weather feels to the human body.AdviceSo far this year, Eclarino said, the highest heat index recorded in Cebu was 39 degrees Celsius last March 27.He encouraged the public to always adhere to precautionary and preventive measures for health safety.Earlier, Pagasa said the temperature is hottest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., but the Department of Health (DOH) 7 suggested avoiding the outdoors as early as 9 a.m.Last month, Dr. Eugenia Mercedes Cañal, regional epidemiologist, set measures for the public to follow this summer amid the El Niño.Aside from avoiding the outdoors during peak hours when the heat index is at its highest, she also recommended wearing sunscreen outside and emphasized the importance of staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water.SunStar Cebu earlier reported that the heat index in Cebu may reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming months.Eclarino said historical data shows Cebu typically experiences its highest temperatures in May. On May 31, 2010, also during an El Niño, the province recorded surface temperature at 37 degrees Celsius and its highest heat index at 49 degrees Celsius.Eclarino attributed the high heat index to the El Niño phenomenon.Cebu and nine other provinces in the Visayas region are currently designated as experiencing drought.The other provinces are Antique, Biliran, Eastern Samar, Guimaras, Iloilo, Leyte, Negros Oriental, Negros Occidental and Samar.Eclarino said a drought is characterized by an extended dry spell, either with five consecutive months of below-normal rainfall or three months of significantly reduced rainfall.Pagasa defines below-normal rainfall as 20 to 60 percent less than the usual amount, while way-below-normal rainfall indicates a decrease of more than 60 percent from the norm. / EHP, KJF Who is Philippines football Manager? A FORMER political ally of Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama is against his plan to remove the remaining skywalks within the city, deeming underground pedestrian crossings not feasible.Basak Barangay Captain Dave Tumulak publicly expressed his opposition through a post on his Facebook account last Wednesday, March 20, 2024.Tumulak, a former city councilor who ran against Rama in the 2022 mayoral elections, urged the mayor not to include the skywalks in his barangay, arguing that children going to school use the structures to avoid the busy street below.He is referring to the skywalk located near the University of San Jose-Recoletos Basak campus and the skywalk near the Don Vicente Rama Memorial Elementary School.He said the City Government should instead enhance the skywalks’ utility by implementing safety measures like installing lights, conducting regular maintenance and adding elevators, if feasible.He said his office encourages residents and pedestrians to use the skywalks for their safety and convenience.Tumulak also said removing the skywalks to build underground pedestrian crossings will require closing N. 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A FORMER political ally of Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama is against his plan to remove the remaining skywalks within the city, deeming underground pedestrian crossings not feasible.Basak Barangay Captain Dave Tumulak publicly expressed his opposition through a post on his Facebook account last Wednesday, March 20, 2024.Tumulak, a former city councilor who ran against Rama in the 2022 mayoral elections, urged the mayor not to include the skywalks in his barangay, arguing that children going to school use the structures to avoid the busy street below.He is referring to the skywalk located near the University of San Jose-Recoletos Basak campus and the skywalk near the Don Vicente Rama Memorial Elementary School.He said the City Government should instead enhance the skywalks’ utility by implementing safety measures like installing lights, conducting regular maintenance and adding elevators, if feasible.He said his office encourages residents and pedestrians to use the skywalks for their safety and convenience.Tumulak also said removing the skywalks to build underground pedestrian crossings will require closing N. Bacalso Ave., one of only two highways for southbound motorists with the other being the Cebu South Coastal Road.On Thursday, March 21, Rama reiterated his stand that skywalks should be removed, deeming the structures not user-friendly to persons with disability and senior citizens.Rama advised officials who opposed and criticized his plans to take some time to observe the state of these structures.He pointed out that only a few pedestrians use skywalks, which have become homes to mendicants.Rama first expressed his intention to remove all remaining skywalks in the city last March 14 over Cebu City Hall’s online program “Ingna’ng Mayor,” where he expressed his preference for underground pedestrian crossings.Fourteen skywalks remain in Cebu City — seven in the south district and seven in the north district — following the removal of two along Osmeña Blvd. last February to make way for the implementation of the first package of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit project.Majority of the skywalks are situated near schools. (AML) Who is Philippines football Manager? THE Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) will implement changes in the conduct of rotation and resupply missions (RoRe) in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) following China's recent display of aggression, which resulted in injuries to three navy personnel and damage to a Philippine vessel, AFP Chief of Staff General Romeo Brawner Jr. said.In a statement on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, the AFP said Brawner visited the Western Command in Palawan on Tuesday, March 26, and checked the status of wounded personnel.PALAWAN. General Romeo Brawner Jr, chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, visits and checks on the welfare of a personnel injured in the latest rotation and reprovisioning mission during his visit to the Wescom headquarters in Palawan on March 26. AFP The AFP chief also handed over awards to those who contributed to previous rotation and reprovisioning missions.Brawner, however, did not specify what changes would be made.RoRe missions are intended to bring necessary supplies to troops deployed at the BRP Sierra Madre, which was deliberately grounded by the Philippine Government in Ayungin Shoal to signify its sovereign rights in the area.He urged soldiers of the Western Command to “keep up their good work” and continue with determination in their mission amid challenges to Philippine sovereign rights in the West Philippine Sea.“What you are doing here has strategic implications. The whole world is watching us so let us continue with our determination and resolve to accomplish our mission and the conduct of our RoRe operations,” said Brawner.On Saturday, March 23, Chinese Coast Guard and Chinese Maritime Militia acted recklessly and dangerously against Philippine Coast Guard vessels and Unaizah May 4 (UM4) using water cannons, which caused severe damage to the vessel and injuries to three Navy personnel onboard.The injured soldiers sustained wounds that required stitches, one of them had 13 stitches under his left eye while another had seven stitches on his head after hitting a wall due to the pressure from water cannoning staged by China.PALAWAN. General Romeo Brawner Jr, chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, visits and checks on the welfare of a personnel injured in the latest rotation and reprovisioning mission during his visit to the Wescom headquarters in Palawan on March 26. AFP A video of one of the soldiers aboard the damaged boat showed the intensity of the water cannoning, which prompted them to find a place to hide until it stopped.Brawner said the attack was the most harmful among all the harassment of China against Philippine vessels during the RoRe mission.China has received condemnation from other nations due to the incident.It, however, maintained that the Philippine vessels were illegally entering territory.China Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lin Jian even warned the Philippines of “potential consequences” amid its continued “infringement” in the South China Sea.China refused to recognize the arbitral ruling, which invalidates its claims in almost the entire WPS, validating the Philippines’ rights over the territorial waters. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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THE Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) will implement changes in the conduct of rotation and resupply missions (RoRe) in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) following China's recent display of aggression, which resulted in injuries to three navy personnel and damage to a Philippine vessel, AFP Chief of Staff General Romeo Brawner Jr. said.In a statement on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, the AFP said Brawner visited the Western Command in Palawan on Tuesday, March 26, and checked the status of wounded personnel.PALAWAN. General Romeo Brawner Jr, chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, visits and checks on the welfare of a personnel injured in the latest rotation and reprovisioning mission during his visit to the Wescom headquarters in Palawan on March 26. AFP The AFP chief also handed over awards to those who contributed to previous rotation and reprovisioning missions.Brawner, however, did not specify what changes would be made.RoRe missions are intended to bring necessary supplies to troops deployed at the BRP Sierra Madre, which was deliberately grounded by the Philippine Government in Ayungin Shoal to signify its sovereign rights in the area.He urged soldiers of the Western Command to “keep up their good work” and continue with determination in their mission amid challenges to Philippine sovereign rights in the West Philippine Sea.“What you are doing here has strategic implications. The whole world is watching us so let us continue with our determination and resolve to accomplish our mission and the conduct of our RoRe operations,” said Brawner.On Saturday, March 23, Chinese Coast Guard and Chinese Maritime Militia acted recklessly and dangerously against Philippine Coast Guard vessels and Unaizah May 4 (UM4) using water cannons, which caused severe damage to the vessel and injuries to three Navy personnel onboard.The injured soldiers sustained wounds that required stitches, one of them had 13 stitches under his left eye while another had seven stitches on his head after hitting a wall due to the pressure from water cannoning staged by China.PALAWAN. General Romeo Brawner Jr, chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, visits and checks on the welfare of a personnel injured in the latest rotation and reprovisioning mission during his visit to the Wescom headquarters in Palawan on March 26. AFP A video of one of the soldiers aboard the damaged boat showed the intensity of the water cannoning, which prompted them to find a place to hide until it stopped.Brawner said the attack was the most harmful among all the harassment of China against Philippine vessels during the RoRe mission.China has received condemnation from other nations due to the incident.It, however, maintained that the Philippine vessels were illegally entering territory.China Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lin Jian even warned the Philippines of “potential consequences” amid its continued “infringement” in the South China Sea.China refused to recognize the arbitral ruling, which invalidates its claims in almost the entire WPS, validating the Philippines’ rights over the territorial waters. (TPM/SunStar Philippines), TALA888 Register PH have much to offer, they don't always keep up with the latest releases, of online slots and other casino games. check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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GOV. Gwendolyn Garcia has withheld declaring a state of calamity in Cebu Province to address the effects of the high heat index. In a press conference on Monday, April 8, 2024, Garcia said the Provincial Government is monitoring the situation across all local government units (LGUs) in its jurisdiction, including studying the crop yield and water supply.She assured farmers and fisherfolk that they are insured under the Philippine Crop Insurance Corp. “Damage to crops will be compensated accordingly,” Garcia said. “As of now, we will watch and study the situation very carefully. We will assist where we can assist and we will make a decision when we have to make a decision,” Garcia added.SunStar Cebu tried to secure data on crop production in the province, but the Provincial Agriculture Office would not provide it without the approval of the Office of the Governor. Localized problemThe governor pointed out that the water supply problem is evident only in Cebu City.She said the Province has a joint venture deal with a Manila-based water firm to extract water from the Luyang River in the northern town of Carman which is supplied to the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD). On April 3, the MCWD reported a deficit in water production due to the El Niño phenomenon. This has resulted in consumers complaining about low water pressure or no water supply, particularly in elevated and interior areas. Garcia said she called all City and Municipal Risk Reduction and Management Offices under the Province’s jurisdiction to strengthen preventive measures to mitigate the effects of the drought, such as fire incidents.A grass fire broke out in the hinterlands of the southern town of Oslob late Saturday night, April 6, affecting up to 70 hectares of land in Barangays Poblacion, Cañang, Calumpang and Daan Lungsod.“To see to it that everyone is reminded of the risk of flammable materials that were normally, dili unta. This precisely because of abnormally high-temperature indices,” Garcia said. No letupThe weather bureau Pagasa announced on Tuesday that high temperatures during the day will persist despite scattered rains experienced at night.Jhomer Eclarino of the Regional Services Division of Pagasa Visayas said the rains are passing and are influenced by the easterlies.Easterlies are eastward-blowing trade winds common in tropical regions like the Philippines, bringing warm, humid weather and occasional rain showers.“There’s a chance of passing light rains, but the weather will continue to be hot,” he said in Cebuano.At 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Cebu recorded a heat index of 37 degrees Celsius. The figure is under the extreme caution classification, which is between 32 and 41 degrees Celsius, and can cause heat cramps and exhaustion and may also lead to a heat stroke.The heat index or “feels-like” temperature combines air temperature and humidity to indicate how hot the weather feels to the human body.AdviceSo far this year, Eclarino said, the highest heat index recorded in Cebu was 39 degrees Celsius last March 27.He encouraged the public to always adhere to precautionary and preventive measures for health safety.Earlier, Pagasa said the temperature is hottest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., but the Department of Health (DOH) 7 suggested avoiding the outdoors as early as 9 a.m.Last month, Dr. Eugenia Mercedes Cañal, regional epidemiologist, set measures for the public to follow this summer amid the El Niño.Aside from avoiding the outdoors during peak hours when the heat index is at its highest, she also recommended wearing sunscreen outside and emphasized the importance of staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water.SunStar Cebu earlier reported that the heat index in Cebu may reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming months.Eclarino said historical data shows Cebu typically experiences its highest temperatures in May. On May 31, 2010, also during an El Niño, the province recorded surface temperature at 37 degrees Celsius and its highest heat index at 49 degrees Celsius.Eclarino attributed the high heat index to the El Niño phenomenon.Cebu and nine other provinces in the Visayas region are currently designated as experiencing drought.The other provinces are Antique, Biliran, Eastern Samar, Guimaras, Iloilo, Leyte, Negros Oriental, Negros Occidental and Samar.Eclarino said a drought is characterized by an extended dry spell, either with five consecutive months of below-normal rainfall or three months of significantly reduced rainfall.Pagasa defines below-normal rainfall as 20 to 60 percent less than the usual amount, while way-below-normal rainfall indicates a decrease of more than 60 percent from the norm. / EHP, KJF What is the best way to bet on NBA games?. here is how to register at an online casino site in the Philippines:

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THE Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) will implement changes in the conduct of rotation and resupply missions (RoRe) in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) following China's recent display of aggression, which resulted in injuries to three navy personnel and damage to a Philippine vessel, AFP Chief of Staff General Romeo Brawner Jr. said.In a statement on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, the AFP said Brawner visited the Western Command in Palawan on Tuesday, March 26, and checked the status of wounded personnel.PALAWAN. General Romeo Brawner Jr, chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, visits and checks on the welfare of a personnel injured in the latest rotation and reprovisioning mission during his visit to the Wescom headquarters in Palawan on March 26. AFP The AFP chief also handed over awards to those who contributed to previous rotation and reprovisioning missions.Brawner, however, did not specify what changes would be made.RoRe missions are intended to bring necessary supplies to troops deployed at the BRP Sierra Madre, which was deliberately grounded by the Philippine Government in Ayungin Shoal to signify its sovereign rights in the area.He urged soldiers of the Western Command to “keep up their good work” and continue with determination in their mission amid challenges to Philippine sovereign rights in the West Philippine Sea.“What you are doing here has strategic implications. The whole world is watching us so let us continue with our determination and resolve to accomplish our mission and the conduct of our RoRe operations,” said Brawner.On Saturday, March 23, Chinese Coast Guard and Chinese Maritime Militia acted recklessly and dangerously against Philippine Coast Guard vessels and Unaizah May 4 (UM4) using water cannons, which caused severe damage to the vessel and injuries to three Navy personnel onboard.The injured soldiers sustained wounds that required stitches, one of them had 13 stitches under his left eye while another had seven stitches on his head after hitting a wall due to the pressure from water cannoning staged by China.PALAWAN. General Romeo Brawner Jr, chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, visits and checks on the welfare of a personnel injured in the latest rotation and reprovisioning mission during his visit to the Wescom headquarters in Palawan on March 26. AFP A video of one of the soldiers aboard the damaged boat showed the intensity of the water cannoning, which prompted them to find a place to hide until it stopped.Brawner said the attack was the most harmful among all the harassment of China against Philippine vessels during the RoRe mission.China has received condemnation from other nations due to the incident.It, however, maintained that the Philippine vessels were illegally entering territory.China Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lin Jian even warned the Philippines of “potential consequences” amid its continued “infringement” in the South China Sea.China refused to recognize the arbitral ruling, which invalidates its claims in almost the entire WPS, validating the Philippines’ rights over the territorial waters. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) Who is Philippines football Manager? . It’s always a good idea to take your time and make sure you’ve found the best online casino in the Philippines on the online gambling market that can give you what you want.

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GOV. Gwendolyn Garcia has withheld declaring a state of calamity in Cebu Province to address the effects of the high heat index. In a press conference on Monday, April 8, 2024, Garcia said the Provincial Government is monitoring the situation across all local government units (LGUs) in its jurisdiction, including studying the crop yield and water supply.She assured farmers and fisherfolk that they are insured under the Philippine Crop Insurance Corp. “Damage to crops will be compensated accordingly,” Garcia said. “As of now, we will watch and study the situation very carefully. We will assist where we can assist and we will make a decision when we have to make a decision,” Garcia added.SunStar Cebu tried to secure data on crop production in the province, but the Provincial Agriculture Office would not provide it without the approval of the Office of the Governor. Localized problemThe governor pointed out that the water supply problem is evident only in Cebu City.She said the Province has a joint venture deal with a Manila-based water firm to extract water from the Luyang River in the northern town of Carman which is supplied to the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD). On April 3, the MCWD reported a deficit in water production due to the El Niño phenomenon. This has resulted in consumers complaining about low water pressure or no water supply, particularly in elevated and interior areas. Garcia said she called all City and Municipal Risk Reduction and Management Offices under the Province’s jurisdiction to strengthen preventive measures to mitigate the effects of the drought, such as fire incidents.A grass fire broke out in the hinterlands of the southern town of Oslob late Saturday night, April 6, affecting up to 70 hectares of land in Barangays Poblacion, Cañang, Calumpang and Daan Lungsod.“To see to it that everyone is reminded of the risk of flammable materials that were normally, dili unta. This precisely because of abnormally high-temperature indices,” Garcia said. No letupThe weather bureau Pagasa announced on Tuesday that high temperatures during the day will persist despite scattered rains experienced at night.Jhomer Eclarino of the Regional Services Division of Pagasa Visayas said the rains are passing and are influenced by the easterlies.Easterlies are eastward-blowing trade winds common in tropical regions like the Philippines, bringing warm, humid weather and occasional rain showers.“There’s a chance of passing light rains, but the weather will continue to be hot,” he said in Cebuano.At 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Cebu recorded a heat index of 37 degrees Celsius. The figure is under the extreme caution classification, which is between 32 and 41 degrees Celsius, and can cause heat cramps and exhaustion and may also lead to a heat stroke.The heat index or “feels-like” temperature combines air temperature and humidity to indicate how hot the weather feels to the human body.AdviceSo far this year, Eclarino said, the highest heat index recorded in Cebu was 39 degrees Celsius last March 27.He encouraged the public to always adhere to precautionary and preventive measures for health safety.Earlier, Pagasa said the temperature is hottest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., but the Department of Health (DOH) 7 suggested avoiding the outdoors as early as 9 a.m.Last month, Dr. Eugenia Mercedes Cañal, regional epidemiologist, set measures for the public to follow this summer amid the El Niño.Aside from avoiding the outdoors during peak hours when the heat index is at its highest, she also recommended wearing sunscreen outside and emphasized the importance of staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water.SunStar Cebu earlier reported that the heat index in Cebu may reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming months.Eclarino said historical data shows Cebu typically experiences its highest temperatures in May. On May 31, 2010, also during an El Niño, the province recorded surface temperature at 37 degrees Celsius and its highest heat index at 49 degrees Celsius.Eclarino attributed the high heat index to the El Niño phenomenon.Cebu and nine other provinces in the Visayas region are currently designated as experiencing drought.The other provinces are Antique, Biliran, Eastern Samar, Guimaras, Iloilo, Leyte, Negros Oriental, Negros Occidental and Samar.Eclarino said a drought is characterized by an extended dry spell, either with five consecutive months of below-normal rainfall or three months of significantly reduced rainfall.Pagasa defines below-normal rainfall as 20 to 60 percent less than the usual amount, while way-below-normal rainfall indicates a decrease of more than 60 percent from the norm. / EHP, KJF licensed online casinos A FORMER political ally of Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama is against his plan to remove the remaining skywalks within the city, deeming underground pedestrian crossings not feasible.Basak Barangay Captain Dave Tumulak publicly expressed his opposition through a post on his Facebook account last Wednesday, March 20, 2024.Tumulak, a former city councilor who ran against Rama in the 2022 mayoral elections, urged the mayor not to include the skywalks in his barangay, arguing that children going to school use the structures to avoid the busy street below.He is referring to the skywalk located near the University of San Jose-Recoletos Basak campus and the skywalk near the Don Vicente Rama Memorial Elementary School.He said the City Government should instead enhance the skywalks’ utility by implementing safety measures like installing lights, conducting regular maintenance and adding elevators, if feasible.He said his office encourages residents and pedestrians to use the skywalks for their safety and convenience.Tumulak also said removing the skywalks to build underground pedestrian crossings will require closing N. Bacalso Ave., one of only two highways for southbound motorists with the other being the Cebu South Coastal Road.On Thursday, March 21, Rama reiterated his stand that skywalks should be removed, deeming the structures not user-friendly to persons with disability and senior citizens.Rama advised officials who opposed and criticized his plans to take some time to observe the state of these structures.He pointed out that only a few pedestrians use skywalks, which have become homes to mendicants.Rama first expressed his intention to remove all remaining skywalks in the city last March 14 over Cebu City Hall’s online program “Ingna’ng Mayor,” where he expressed his preference for underground pedestrian crossings.Fourteen skywalks remain in Cebu City — seven in the south district and seven in the north district — following the removal of two along Osmeña Blvd. last February to make way for the implementation of the first package of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit project.Majority of the skywalks are situated near schools. 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