Mandaue traffic “unbearable,” commuters complain; ALU seeks P92/day salary increase: Cebu News Digest: July 22, 2015

LEFT BEHIND. The Associated Labor Unions-Trade Union Congress of the Philippines says workers have been left behind by the country's robust economic growth. (Creative Common photo on Flickr by Adam Cohn)

The traffic gridlock in Mandaue City is “unbearable” with 9 ongoing road projects that started just this summer. At least four, according to the Cebu Daily News, will be completed in 2016 yet. “With the simultaneous road work going on, what relief can passengers and motorists look forward to?” — Cebu Daily News said in… Continue reading Mandaue traffic “unbearable,” commuters complain; ALU seeks P92/day salary increase: Cebu News Digest: July 22, 2015

Man shot in IT Park; classes in Cebu suspended on certain APEC meeting dates; Korean divers still missing: Cebu News Digest for July 7, 2015

A shooting was reported early today in the IT Park in Lahug. Posts on Facebook by various users reported that the victim was shot in front of the i1 building. No other details were available as of the writing of this article but below are some posts on the incident. Some Facebook posters at the… Continue reading Man shot in IT Park; classes in Cebu suspended on certain APEC meeting dates; Korean divers still missing: Cebu News Digest for July 7, 2015