Monthly Archives: November 2014

Arraignment of cop maulers postponed

THE ARRAIGNMENT of the three men accused of mauling a policeman in front of the Ateneo de Davao University-Grade School along

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SouthCot town studying to adopt aerial spray ban

THE SURALLAH town in South Cotabato may soon outlaw aerial spraying as the Sangguniang Bayan is studying how to adopt Davao City’s own law which bans the practice.

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Councilor lauds CCT for Lumads

COUNCILOR Berino Mambo-o on Tuesday said the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) already rid the modified

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High survey ratings alarm Rody Duterte

THE SURPRISE high rating of Davao City Mayor Rody Duterte in non-formal random surveys conducted recently has alarmed him

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Police, army reveal December activities

THE POLICE and military are gearing up for the security preparations and different activities heading toward the month of December.

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Escaped inmate arrested

THE REGIONAL Investigation and Detection Management Branch (RIDM) arrested an escaped inmate who has a drug case following an

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Neighbor sends man to hospital

A 39-YEAR-OLD man is now under observation in Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) after he was stabbed by his neighbor along Roxas Extension, Brgy. 31-D on Wednesday afternoon.

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NorCot guv, rep. offer aid to families of Mlang victims

KIDAPAWAN CITY -– The provincial government will shoulder the burial expenses of three teenagers who died in a bomb attack in Mlang, North Cotabato on Nov. 23.

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Alleged rogue police not yet charged, RIDMD says

THE CHIEF of the Regional Investigation and Detective Management Division (RIDMD) clarified that the administrative case of alleged police protector of a drug suspect in Toril has not been filed yet in their office.

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Overwhelming support

6 in 10 residents pledge support for Duterte if he runs for president MORE than 6 in 10 Davaoenos will vote for Mayor Rodrigo Duterte if he decides to run for the presidency, according to the survey by the University