Monthly Archives: August 2018

Sara praises outgoing 16th IB commander for Paquibato peace

Mayor Sara Duterte commended the outgoing commander of the 16th Infantry Battalion for his contributions in making Paquibato District ready for development.

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Alleged drug dealer falls in entrapment

An alleged drug pusher was arrested by elements of the San Pedro Police, along with agents of Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) XI, in a buy-bust operation in Champaca street, Panorama subdivision, Buhangin District at 10:10 p.m. on Monday.

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Bong Go: 2 escapee soldiers deserve awards

The two government troopers who escaped from the rebels should be promoted for their bravery, Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence Go said.



-Mayor Sara slams Joma Defending her father from reports of being comatose, Presidential daughter Mayor Sara Duterte fired back saying the Facebook post of Jose Maria “Joma” Sison, the founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines, about the president


Sara meets 8 NPA members who surrendered to military

Eight members of the Pulang Bagani Command (PBC) 1 of the New People’s Army (NPA) who surrendered to the 16th Infantry Battalion were presented to Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio at the army headquarters in Barangay Dalisay, Panabo City on Monday.

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Rough Cuts: Reining in the mining companies

This may be one month late. But we feel we need to bring this thought of ours to the open.

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Plain and Simple: The murder of Ninoy

I had just left the Brothers of the Sacred Heart that year (1983), and from Digos, I lived in Davao City for a job at a local college.

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SMDC finalizing project in the city

The SM Development Corp. (SMDC), the real property arm of the Henry Sy group, is looking at launching its first condominium project in the city within the year, a top official said over the weekend.

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Rebel killed in encounter

An alleged member of the New People’s Army (NPA) was killed in a clash against the 29th IB in Barangay San Isidro, Santiago, Agusan del Norte on Sunday.

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Egalitarian: Federalism and the threat of a credit rating downgrade

Last month, Moody’s, one of the biggest credit rating agencies, warned that the possible shift to federalism could drag the country down. This is sending fears to economic managers.

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