Monthly Archives: June 2017

Check your prejudice

Businesses given guidelines against Moro, IP discrimination THE INTERNATIONAL Alert Philippines and the Mindanao Business Council (MinBC) will launch today a set of guidelines for local companies to help identify and flag discrimination

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FREEZE | Buhay Gitarista

BACK in the 60s and the 70s, many young people gathered to sing with a guitar as a common form of socialization and entertainment.

Posted in Lifestyle

SCENE CITY | Mila Teves @70

THOSE who love good, nutritious food here in Davao City would be lying if they say they have not tasted the food of famous caterer Mila Teves.

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RURAL VIEWS | R ‘n R in Marawi

I LOVE to travel.  I love it even more when it is for free, like on official business.  It is very exciting to visit new places and experience other cultures.

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Wrong timing for barangay elections: councilors group

THE PHILIPPINE Councilors League (PCL) sees as untimely the upcoming barangay elections four months from now given the current state of the country.

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TIMESMAN| This is my concern, Sirs

THE PRACTICE of some agencies in the government not to divulge immediately the names of their employees while caught in CCTV cameras doing illegal transaction should be stopped

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ROUGH CUTS| A noble act by unlikely people

IF THERE is any single unlikely group of people that deserves every Filipino’s highest recognition it is the inmates of the North Cotabato District Jail.

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PLAIN AND SIMPLE| Shelter from the storm

THE SHELTER problem of the country is really a problem.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR| Air Asia flight incident – an insight

WE ARE living in difficult times indeed, but Death is the ultimate price we have to pay. These are negatively said words which is the more practical and pragmatic way of seeing things.

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EDITORIAL| Taking charge of our own security

UNATTENDED bags in conspicuous places can cause panic especially after the Sept. 2, 2016 bombing at Roxas Ave and in this time of Martial Law. This is all too evident

Posted in Opinion