Monthly Archives: June 2017

SCENE CITY | Dang Jumala, broadcast journalist celebrates Eid’l Fitr with family

SO much has changed in Davao City since we were in grade school. We went to a Roman Catholic school since Grade One

Posted in Lifestyle

WANDERLUST | Historical tales from the unconquered kingdom

OUR trip to Sulu was like a journey to back to time – a period in history when sultanates reign supreme.

Posted in Lifestyle

Bahasa Indonesia as the second ASEAN language

ASEAN as an organization of nations in Southeast Asia was established  on August 8, 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand.

Posted in Community

CLOSE TO HOME| Speak softly

OUR CHILDREN, especially from the age zero to nine, imitate the things that adults do. They copy the actions, the manner of speaking, and even the feeling of the adults who surround them.

Posted in Opinion

EDITORIAL| Duck, cover and hold

ARE WE ready for the much talked about “big one”? The possibility of a great earthquake that will isolate Luzon from the rest of the islands has been in the minds of people

Posted in Opinion

ROUGH CUTS| The invisible police visibility

THIS REPORT by the Commission on Audit (COA), while not “disastrous” to the previous and current administrations, should not be taken by Davao City officials lightly.

Posted in Opinion

3 firms looking for local partners

AN OFFICIAL of the an official of Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (DCCCII) said yesterday that three companies are planning to partner with local firms

Posted in Business

Banana firms eye Rusia as top market – official

THE PILIPINO Banana Growers and Exporters Association (PBGEA) is looking at boosting exports to Russia.

Posted in Business

Army commander tells left, CHR: condemn NPA for death of boy

THE COMMANDER of the 67th Infantry Battalion is calling on the progressive groups to also condemn the killing of 10-year-old boy reportedly at the hands of the New People’s

Posted in under_HEADLINES2

LGU told to update books on P875-K unliquidated funds

THE COMMISSION on Audit asked the city government for an update of almost P900,000 in unliquidated funds transferred to non-government offices and people’s organizations.

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