Yearly Archives: 2017

SCENE CITY| Therma South launches Adopt-an-Estero Program

THERMA South, Inc. (TSI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of AboitizPower which operates a300-megawatt power plant,

Posted in Lifestyle

CULTURAL POTPOURRI| Kampai! Uniqlo-Davao

ON THE streets of Tokyo, every shirt, pants, bag and carefully scuffed pair of shoes or sneakers tells a story.

Posted in Lifestyle

Cebuana Lhuillier Basketball Clinic set May 29

CLOSE to 80 participants are expected to join the 2017 Cebuana Lhuillier Basketball Clinic this May 29 to June 3

Posted in Sports

Six teams in Minda Peace Games bootfest

SOME six teams from different areas in Mindanao are seeing action in the on going Mindanao Peace Games

Posted in Sports

P&A Grant Thornton and QBO Innovation Hub

P&A Grant Thornton and QBO Innovation Hub penned an agreement to provide startups with consultations, mentorships,

Posted in Business

Help sought in securing Mindanao energy facilities

THE TOP official of Department of Energy (DOE) has requested the Department of National Defense to help in securing the energy facilities in Mindanao, which has been placed

Posted in Business

Impact of martial law on tourism felt – execs

FOLLOWING the declaration of martial law on Tuesday, three events have been cancelled while some hotels in the city suffered negative effect in bookings.

Posted in Business

THE PEN| Martial Law and the peace process

THE MAUTE group’s siege of Marawi City last Tuesday must have been the final straw that pushed President Rodrigo Duterte to declare Martial Law throughout the island of Mindanao.

Posted in Opinion

CLOSE TO HOME| What if it is you?

IN MY previous articles, I have emphasized how crucial it is for us, adults, to be watchful with our own words, especially when we are facing children.

Posted in Opinion

FAMILY MATTERS| Safety first

MAY 23, 2017, the president of the Philippines declared the whole island of Mindanao under the state of Martial Law. When people woke up the next day, varying reactions

Posted in Opinion