Monthly Archives: December 2015

The return of the small press

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THE RETURN of BLTX (Better Living Through Xeroxography) this year marks the resilience

Posted in Lifestyle

EDITORIAL| Diamond DustA Place of Shelter

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READ: Psalm 61 | Bible in a Year: Zechariah 5–8; Revelation 19 I long to . . . take refuge in the shelter of your wings. Psalm 61:4

Posted in Opinion

ROUGH CUTS| The ‘untruth’ by advertisers

WELL, here is this marketing strategy of one forwarding company in the Philippines with global operations network which is very enticing to customers.

Posted in Opinion

TIMESMAN| Hindi pa ako ulyanin, kayo?

MAYBE, the first month of 2016 will be my busy month as six months ago, I started planning my schedules for the New Year.

Posted in Opinion

PPP exec dismisses city gov’t,claims Sasa project above board

A TOP official of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Center dismissed the complaint of the city government, claiming there was nothing irregular in the drafting of the P18.99 billion Sasa port modernization project

Posted in Business

Tourism campaign intensified for 2016

THE REGIONAL office of the Department of Tourism (DOT) is intensifying the promotion of next year’s Visit Davao Fun Sale (VDFS) to lure more visitors to the region.

Posted in Business

Yearender|2015: The year in news

MAYOR Rodrigo R. Duterte is easily the man of the year, with the nation following his every move approaching the declaration dates for the 2016 presidential elections.

Posted in Latest News

Breaking the silence

2 suspects arrested over firecrackers on Christmas day TWO men were arrested on Christmas day for lighting firecrackers and violating the 13-year-old  ordinance.

Posted in HEADLINES

Ex-Tawi-Tawi governor in hot water for SALN

THE OFFICE of the Ombudsman (OMB) Mindanao has found probable cause to indict former Tawi-Tawi provincial governor Sadikul Sahali for failing to submit his subscribed statement of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN).

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Five NPA rebels surrender

FIVE NPA members surrendered to authorities, bringing along two low-powered firearms and grenades to the different units of the 10th Infantry Division during Christmas.

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