Monthly Archives: May 2018

Davao Occidental Tigers nip Tin 24 in exhibition match

MAHARLIKA Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL)-bound Davao Occidental Tigers outplayed commercial team Tin 24, 91-69 in an exhibition match played Wednesday night at the FilOil Flying V RMC Arena.

Posted in Sports

Davao City 4th in PNG overall tally

DAVAO City wound-up fourth place in the final overall medal tally of the recent 2018 POC-PSC Philippine National Games (PNG) played at the Cebu City Sports Complex in Cebu City and respective venues in Cebu Province with some also played

Posted in Sports

Rebisco Volleyball League Regl. Finals gets going on June 2

TEN squads will get to show their wares when the much-anticipated 2018 Rebisco Volleyball League Regional Finals reels off in grand rites on June 2 at the Ateneo de Davao University Martin Hall in Jacinto, this city.

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Scene City |  Krisha Mae turns 18

NOT EVERY young girl who reaches the age of eighteen is given the chance to celebrate her debut as Krisha Mae R. Geonzon, whose parents, Roy and Charito Geonzon made her feel like a princess on May 23, 2018.

Posted in Lifestyle

Wanderlust | Take it to the beach!

WITH more than 250 partyphiles ensnared by the irresistible island party vibe last May 19 at the Uraya Beach Resort in Penaplata, Island Garden City of Samal, “Beachblock” proved to be biggest beach party of summer 2018 to date. 

Posted in Lifestyle

Editorial | Decluttering the city

THE CITY government scored a major victory after the Supreme Court junked the petition of the Davao Billboard and Signmakers Association to stay the demolition of the giant billboards along Quimpo Boulevard and Sandawa (G.E. Torres Street).

Posted in Opinion

ROUGH CUTS | Ending ‘endo’ a nebulous dream

LAST WEEK, the President was reported to have identified and determined the number of companies violating the order of putting an end to labor only contracting, or the “endo” scheme.

Posted in Opinion

FAO, NZ ink deal to help boost ARMM agri sector

THE NEW ZEALAND government signed a deal with Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for P130-million agricultural livelihood project in Maguindanao and North Cotabato.

Posted in Business

MinBC chair aims to boost Mindanao-New Zealand link  

NEW ZEALAND’S honorary consul to Mindanao Vicente T. Lao is planning to conduct trade missions beginning this year to bolster business-to-business exchanges between the two areas.

Posted in Business

Davao cop who hit PNP chief deployed to ARMM

THE DAVAO City Police Office (DCPO) cop who allegedly bashed Philippine National Police Director General Oscar Albayalade on social media has already been transferred to the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.

Posted in Latest News