Monthly Archives: July 2017

ROUGH CUTS|The P39-B Mega Harbour deal is off

SEVERAL columns back we raised the question what has happened to the P39 billion Sta. Ana Port and Coastal Development Project proposed by Mega Harbour Development Corp.

Posted in Opinion

EDITORIAL| Plugging the loopholes

OF COURSE, there is a need for the government to streamline its operations by looking into which agencies need to be abolished, which need to be merged with another, and which need to stand alone.

Posted in Opinion

TIMESMAN: Reform or die

PRESIDENT Duterte has started the second of his six-year term with a vow to continue his drive against illegal drugs that already claimed hundreds of lives of the suspects and innocent people as well.

Posted in Opinion

Region is RP’s cacao capital

THE REGIONAL Development Council XI (RDC XI) has named the region the country’s cacao and chocolate capital as it noted its huge production.

Posted in Business

Agency pursuing livelihood program

TO BOOST the number of jobs, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is pursuing sustainable livelihood program.

Posted in Business

134 people questioned in another DCPO raid

ONE-HUNDRED thirty three persons were checked and verified by Davao City Police Office on Saturday in another raid in Piapi, Boulevard, Barangay 23-C.

Posted in Latest News

Palm trees, trucks torched by rebels

SUSPECTED members of New People’s Army (NPA) cut down palm oil trees in the plantation owned by Agusan Milling (Agumil) Philippines in Phase 1, Barangay Emelda, Bunawan,

Posted in Latest News

Boston fugitives arrested

TWO FUGITIVES charged for the killing of barangay captain in Boston, Davao Oriental was arrested in a joint operation in Purok 8, Barangay Communal, Buhangin District

Posted in Latest News

DOH urges public: stop sending powdered milk to evac centers

THE DEPARTMENT of Health (DOH) in the region reminded the public of the dangers of donating powdered milk as relief goods to evacuation sites in and around Marawi City

Posted in Latest News

ROTC needed as reservists down to just 70,000 – DND

DEFENSE Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said he and allies in Congress are asking President Duterte to certify as urgent the proposed laws requiring enrollment to Reserve Officers Training Course (ROTC).

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