Monthly Archives: July 2017

NPA releases abducted cop

THE NEW PEOPLE’S Army (NPA) released a policeman on Friday in an NPA camp in Davao Oriental.

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Girl, 16, nabbed for carnapping

A 16-YEAR-OLD girl was arrested by Sasa police officers for allegedly stealing money from a house of a businessman and carting the victim’s vehicle in a follow-up

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Unfair and unreasonable

Mega Harbour developer wants justification for Mayor Sara THE PRESIDENT of the Mega Harbour described Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio rejection of the P39 million reclamation project as “unfair and unreasonable.”


Line of sight: Travel wherever, whenever

By Frea Bautista   People change over time – physically, emotionally and mentally.  Our perspectives, desires, and choices in life also change as we grow old.  Moreover, the way we look at and value money change as time passes by. 

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Gawad Urian nominee Baboy Halas captures to save Mindanao tribal ways

IT IS more than perfecting the crisp sounds of trodden grasses and dead leaves, burbling water on river rocks and the wailings of a wild boar concealed in the remaining rainforest of Maharlika in Marilog District of Davao City.

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CULTURAL POTPOURRI| A Taste of Kadayawan at Seda Abreeza

A GENTLE, early reminder of the annual Kadayawan celebration was staged by Seda Abreeza last July 26, 2017, at its well decorated and obviously Kadayawan-themed Ikat Ballroom.

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UM is for peace and dignity for all on 71st Founding Anniversary

THE UNIVERSITY of Mindanao officials and employees gathered once again  to celebrate its 71st Founding Anniversary last Friday, July 28 amid a backdrop of military inspired decorations, and everyone looking clean and crisp in their white outfits.

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SCENE CITY| Dinner at Taishosan

ALTHOUGH we did not have to sit on the floor on a wooden floor, it was still a dinner with traditional Japanese dishes.

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Jesus G. Dureza “Mensapit” The Peace Maker

BORN in Guimbal Iloilo on December 24, 1947, and grew up in Guihing, Hagonoy, Davao del Sur, the Awardee of the ST. THOMAS MORE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

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EDITORIAL| Trafficking, a nightmare

THE US State Department of State has placed the country in Tier 1 for the past two years in its recent 2017 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report.

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