Monthly Archives: April 2018

Official: Samal to set up P63-M bulk water project

A P63-MILLION bulk water project will be established in Island Garden City of Samal (Igacos) to address the island’s lack of potable water supply.

Posted in Business

11 fugitives arrested in simultaneous operations

ELEVEN persons with warrants of arrest were collared by authorities during the simultaneous conduct of “Oplan Kalinaw” in different areas of the city around 6 a.m. yesterday.

Posted in Latest News

Council OKs renewal of San Juan sister city deal

DAVAO City and San Juan will renew their sister city ties.

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New AFP chief’s marching order: lick corruption from entire force

THE EASTERN Mindanao Command threw its support behind the order of the new chief of staff, Lt. Gen Carlito Galvez Jr., to stamp out corruption in the entire armed forces.

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Job fair set on April 27

THE CITY Government, in coordination with the Nippon Industrial and Cultural Exchange, will hold a job fair on Friday, April 27, at Davao City Recreational Gym.

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Trading accusations

Teenager killed in combat trigger word war between army and NPA THE KARAPATAN-SOUTHERN Mindanao Region accused the military of twisting the events leading to the death of an alleged teen Red fighter in a reported clash in Astorga, Sta. Cruz.

Posted in HEADLINES

Scene City | ICHEF’s Agon Version 2.0

THIS year’s ICHEF Intramurals theme “The Agon Version 2.0″ aligns best to the School’s objective to promote camaraderie and healthy competition among its students. The Institute of International Culinary and Hospitality Entrepreneurship (ICHEF) held its three-day Intramurals on March 21-23,

Posted in Lifestyle

Freeze | Jerleen Nicole N. Buenavista

BORN in Davao City on Aug. 16, 2000, Jerleen Nicole Nabos Buenavista wants to become a pilot. “Nikki, Jerleen, Niks” is studying at the Asian International School of Aeronautics and Technology (AISAT) to make her dream come true. Drawing and

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Editorial | (Dis)comfort rooms

THE CITY council just opened a gender-neutral comfort room at the ground floor of the City Council building. This is said to accommodate all, regardless of gender orientation-the first of such kind in a government office.

Posted in Opinion

Rough Cuts | Left in the air by the TRAIN

MANY of the country’s leading economists, one of them former National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) Director General and UP economics professor Solita Colas “Wennie” Monsod, are known to be supportive of the Tax Reform Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law.

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