Monthly Archives: November 2014

EDITORIAL| Worthless

REP. Carlos Isagani T. Zarate of Bayan Muna believes it would be better for his group to withdraw its support for the proposed Freedom of Information Bill as it has been watered down.

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ROUGH CUTS| Humbling himself for his people

EARLIER we wrote about our view that the Davao City library was losing its relevance. We based our

Posted in Opinion

LOUD WHISPER| Multi-Awarded Inventor, Entrepreneur  is a Dabawena

WHEN she was first introduced to us  (me, Dr. Tony Roldan, the founding chairman of  Integrity Circles

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ANALYSIS| Biden leaves Turkey without breakthrough on Syria

US Vice President Joe Biden on Sunday wrapped up a key visit to Turkey without a breakthrough on military cooperation in the Syrian crisis but with officials confident the talks brought their positions closer.

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ANALYSIS| In Tel Aviv, African illegals rap a bitter-sweet story

IN THE backstreets of a run-down Tel Aviv neighbourhood, three Sudanese immigrants blast hip hop from mobile phones and rap about the broken promises of life in the Promised Land.

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3,000 HECTARES: Panama disease-hit banana farms abandoned, says industry official

SOME small and medium-scale banana growers have abandoned about 3,000 hectares of banana plantations that were infested with fusarium wilt,

Posted in Business

Group, JIB school hold hospitality student summit

THE COUNCIL Of hotel and restaurant educators of the Philippines (COHREP Region 11) and the JOJI P Summit for hospitality and  tourism students on November 29.

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Theme park eyed in Malita

THE PROVINCIAL government of Davao del Sur is planning to set up Safari-inspired theme park in Little Baguio, Malita, Davao del Sur.

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City to craft policy vs straying workers during flag ceremony

CITY Administrator Melchor Quitain softened on stance after scolding administrative officers for skipping the Monday flag ceremony after seeing a good turnout yesterday.

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NUJP continues fight for media access in Ampatuan Massacre

QUEZON CITY – The National Union of Journalists in the Philippines branded the ban on media coverage for the ongoing Ampatuan Massacre as “suspicious.”

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