Monthly Archives: August 2018

Rough Cuts: Chlorinated water-washed dressed chicken?

Here is an information that we got just yesterday from the so-called horses’ mouths.

Posted in Opinion

Pag-ibig reports 20% income hike for first semester

The Home Development Mutual Fund, more popularly known as Pag-ibig Fund, reported that its core income for the first semester of the year was about 20% higher on year-on-year basis and the value, P16.09 billion, was 102% higher than target.

Posted in Business

DC bikers shine in 1st Kadayawan MTB Short track

Davao City-Cyclists from Davao City emerged big winners pocketing cash prizes and trophies in the recently concluded 1st Kadayawan Mountain Bike Short Track Challenge held in Barangay Langub and Ma-a trails last August 19, 2018.

Posted in Sports

Cash prizes, medals up for grabs in F6 Cup badminton

Davao City – Cash prizes and special-crafter medals are at stake for the winners in the coming F6 Cup Smash for Mental Wellness Badminton tournament set on September 29 and 30 at the Wheels and More and Holiday Gym and

Posted in Sports

PSC eyes Children’s Games in R11 parishes

Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William “Butch” Ramirez is upbeat about the collaboration of the Diocese of Mati and other parishes in Davao region for the holding of the Children’s Games.

Posted in Sports

2018 DACS Sportsfest set Sept. 1-8

Davao City – Some 24 schools are to show their wares in the coming 2018 Davao Association of Catholic Schools (DACS) Basic Education Sportsfest which reels off this September 1 to 8 at separate venues.

Posted in Sports

Editorial: Decisive steps

The incident last Monday that saw the arrest of an official of the Sangguniang Kabataan for using illegal drugs is never an isolated case. Based on the report, a member of the village youth council was arrested as he and

Posted in Opinion

Quarry in the mountains a great threat to IGaCoS

The Vice Mayor of the Island Garden City of Samal (IGaCoS) sounded the alarm on illegal quarry operations that threaten the ecology of the tourism destination.

Posted in Latest News

MNLF members refuse check, brought to HPG headquarters

Thirty-one members of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) were invited at the Highway Patrol Group headquarters in Ecoland after they refused to be inspected at the random checkpoint in Barangay Sirawan, Toril District yesterday afternoon.

Posted in Latest News

Councilor pushes for multi-agency effort amid high rape cases report

A lawmaker is pushing for a multi-committee meeting to tackle the high incidence of rape cases in Davao City.

Posted in Latest News