Yearly Archives: 2018

New IPMR before year ends

The city may have a new permanent Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representative (IPMR) before the year ends, an official of the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) assured.

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NCIP extends educational program to Gumitan pupils

The regional office of the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) distributed school supplies to Matigsalug students of the elementary school in Barangay Gumitan, Marilog District last Sept. 25.

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Vinta aid only until Tuesday, October 2

The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) announced that they have set today, Oct. 2, as the deadline for the calamity assistance to typhoon Vinta victims with active and inactive OWWA membership.

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All traffic cops pass drug test

All members of the Traffic Group under the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) passed the surprise drug test conducted yesterday at its headquarters on Candelaria Street, Barangay 76-A.

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SITG identifies persons of interest in lawyer’s slay

The Special Investigation Task Group (SITG) Donasco yesterday said they have identified persons of interest in the attempted killing of the lawyer last Sept. 26 in front of the Hall of Justice, in Candelaria street, Ecoland, this city.


Almost blocked

The officers and members of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) Partylist Davao were almost blocked by police forces during the flag ceremony when they tried to lobby with Mayor Sara Duterte their demand for monthly allowance and quarterly rice subsidy.


Police inspector injured in crash

A police inspector was injured after his motorcycle collided with a multicab along the Butuan-Davao National Highway in Barangay San Jose, Montevista, Compostela Valley around 7:30 a.m. Sunday.

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36 nabbed in DavSur

The Davao del Sur Police Provincial Office apprehended 36 persons and impounded a motorcycle in its Oplan Dabaw Kalinaw on Saturday.

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Egalitarian: Of the State of the City Address

Today, we will again hear the Mayor making good of her visions for the City. The people of City will hear how the promises on poverty alleviation, infrastructure development, solid waste management, health, education, agriculture, tourism, transportation and traffic management, peace and order, and disaster mitigation fared over the year.

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Lugar Lang: “I feel so voter”

Hands down the best news I received from home when I was abroad last week for my PhD symposium was from my daughter, who sent me a screenshot of her ink-stained thumb and accomplished voter registration form with the message “I feel so voter.”

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