Monthly Archives: September 2018

Rough Cuts: Better late than never

We take our hat off to Phoenix Petroleum, Inc., the baby of Tagum City native youthful tycoon Dennis Uy.

Posted in Opinion

Editorial: Moving along

The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) has announced that the final guidelines, paving the way for the third telecommunications company to enter the country, are already completed after seven months of deliberations.

Posted in Opinion

Timesman: Dishonest salesladies!

I feel secured when I am in the house. My location is just a stone’s throw away from the village entrance guard house where anyone entering the gate, people or vehicles, is being checked. CCTVs operate 24/7 installed all over the well-maintained community of almost 200 families, mostly professionals or key officers in private companies and government offices.

Posted in Opinion

DOE to file cases vs. sellers of LPG-refilled butane canisters

Sellers and buyers of illegally refilled butane canisters may soon be facing criminal charge, an official of the regional Department of Energy said.

Posted in HEADLINES

Soldiers seize NPA arms cache

Authorities recovered high-powered firearms apparently left by fleeing rebels in Barangay Sibulan, Toril District on Thursday evening.

Posted in Latest News

Barangay Calinan pushes for GAD code

The Barangay Council of Calinan Proper is pushing for the creation of its own gender and development (GAD) code.

Posted in Latest News

Cafgu recruits trained

Around 480 recruits of the Citizen Armed Force Geographical Unit (Cafgu) are undergoing training to serve as an additional force of the Philippine Army’s 1003rd Infantry Brigade.

Posted in Latest News

Missing girl dead

A six-year-old girl who was missing almost one week ago was found lifeless with electrical wires tied around her neck and feet in Barangay Matina Pangi, Talomo District around 8:30 a.m. yesterday.

Posted in HEADLINES

Zero-billing policy in Davao del Norte

Davao del Norte is implementing a zero billing policy in the hospitalization of poor patients in the province.

Posted in Latest News

DOLE grants P1.240-M to DA to empower farmers

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) donated P1.240 million to the Department of Agriculture in support of its Mag-uumang Mekaniko Program, or the farmer mechanic program, on Monday, Sept. 17.

Posted in Business