Monthly Archives: February 2018

Change Araw ng Dabaw date to March 1 – solon

A CITY councilor is planning to pass a resolution in the House of Representatives to correct the day of the Araw ng Dabaw celebration.

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Ordinance requiring buildings to adopt green tech approved

THE SANGGUNIANG Panlungsod has unanimously approved an ordinance that will require future buildings to adopt green technology.

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66 displaced families return to their homes

THE SIXTY-SIX families from Sitio Himatagan, Barangay Agsam, Lanuza, Surigao del Sur already returned to their homes around 1:25 p.m. on Sunday.

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Freeze | Davao Bakers Club — A Decade of Baking Together

CELEBRATING its 10th anniversary on Mar. 2, 2018, the Davao Bakers Club continues to make a difference in the community. Made with the right proportion of business goals, public service, friendship and the love of bakin

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Cultural potpourri | Big turnout for Mutya ng Davao 2018 screening

WOW, 69 young Davaoeñas trooped to the Kadayawan Hall of the Royal Mandaya Hotel last Feb. 25, 2018, at 1 p.m.  With each applicant nursing a childhood dream of becoming a beauty queen someday

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Rough cuts | What can DOLE say of this?

THIS IS one question we would like to direct to the regional office of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

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Honoring my mother | The Conyo-tation of my language

DURING one interaction with some university students, I heard a teacher talk excitedly about the distinct quality of Tagalog spoken in the city, as though he had suddenly dug up gold along the Central Bank complex.

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Lugar lang | A matter of where I’d rather be

IF I were Jessie in Marsha Norman’s play, ‘night, Mother, I would kill myself, too. The play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1983, and I have been waiting to see it on stage since I read it in college.

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Egalitarian | Philippine economy, politics and political parties

THERE are various technical descriptions to developing countries, most common is the condition of welfare of the people in the country according to health, security, food, social security.

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… as province schedules Biz-Con next month

THE PROVINCIAL government of Compostela Valley and national government agencies are set to conduct the second Business and Investment Conference (Biz-Con) on March 5 at Capitol, Nabunturan.

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