Monthly Archives: January 2018

Two cops seen on CCTV footage beating up minors probed

Two police officers assigned to the Mobile Patrol Group is now confined to barracks while an investigation is ongoing over their alleged role in the mauling of three minors last Jan. 21.

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LINE OF SIGHT | Re-learning lessons of life

IN THEATER, well-wishers usually say “break a leg” to actors before they perform on stage. The saying is an idiom that means “good luck.” Much to my dismay, it was not really good luck when I broke my leg eight

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Dec. inflation rate in Davao Region up 4.1%: PSA

THE INFLATION rate in the Davao Region slightly increased to 4.1% in December last year compared with the same period the previous year, data from Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) XI bared.

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Economy of the city in better shape: Sara

THE ECONOMY of the city only “took a temporary dip when Martial Law in Mindanao was declared” as it has bounced back since as the city government recorded increase in the businesses and tourist arrivals in the city by the

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SCENE CITY | Inaul goes international

MAGUINDANAO is in the thick of preparation for its 2nd Inaul Festival in celebration of the province’s foundation anniversary with members of President Rodrigo Duterte’s family expected to grace the event.

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FREEZE | Troy Echalas Masion – Promising Young Artist from Davao del Norte

BORN on Jan. 29, 1999, at the Bishop Regan Memorial Hospital in Tagum City, Troy Echalas Masion was sent for adoption in Asuncion, Davao del Norte, at the age of one.

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SBP-XI to hold referees seminar

The SBP Region XI chapter will hold its 2018 Referees Seminar this February 10 and 11 at the Holy Cross of Davao College Bajada.

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Escandor Cup Invitational tips off Feb. 17

Ten school-based basketball teams with players ages 17 years-old and under are invited to see action in the coming 2018 Escandor Cup Invitational basketball tournament which is set to tip off this February 17.

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BIR closes resto café

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) padlocked yesterday Café Demitasse, a homegrown coffee shop and restaurant in F. Torres Street, for its alleged failure to pay the right taxes.

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DCPO hopes for four more police stations

The city police director yesterday said the request for additional 1,700 personnel and the expansion of four police precincts will help them better secure Davao City from terrorists and criminal elements.

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