Monthly Archives: September 2017

SCENE CITY| DSWD awards 24 bancas to Don Marcelino fishers

BANCAS or fishing boats mean life to the fishermen who spend their whole life at sea catching fish.  

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The body is your resonance

Araceli Limcaco Dans’ Art Talk  THE AFTERNOON of September 23, 2017 was a momentous occasion for emerging

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EDITORIAL| Sustaining peace initiatives

THE COMPREHENSIVE Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL) was the first substantive agenda signed by the Philippine

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NUNOT SA ALISNGAW SA KAPE| Basin masakripisyo ang mga bihag

     HUMAN ako makabalik sa balay sa downtown gikan sa umahan sa pamilya didto sa Bukid sa Talandang kaniadtong Miyerkules sa hapon una nako’ng gihimo mao ang pag-abli

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Suspect not 911 worker

THE TOP official of Central 911 said the driver who allegedly killed a fisherman in Astorga, Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur on Wednesday is not part of their workforce.

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Army reservist busted for drugs

AUTHORITIES arrested an army reservist during a buy-bust operation on Thursday night.

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Bomb threat hits AdDU

THE ATENEO de Davao University (AdDU) yesterday suspended the afternoon and evening classes in its Jacinto campus after receiving a bomb threat.

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Landslide warning

THE CITY Hall yesterday issued a public warning on the “imminent danger” of landslide in the vicinity of Shrine Hills and Diversion Road, particularly in front of the old dump site.

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Sec. Dureza: We’re not involved in localized peace talks with Reds

PRESIDENTIAL Peace Adviser Secretary Jesus Dureza yesterday said his office is not involved in the local peace talks initiated by the city government.

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1 person killed, 80 arrested in 5th anti-criminality drive

THE MAJOR anti-criminality clearing operation of Davao City Police Office (DCPO), which begun on Sept. 23 and ended yesterday, netted about 80 persons with arrest warrants