Monthly Archives: September 2018

300 traffic violators arrested

More than 300 traffic violators were caught during the implementation of Oplan Lambat Bitag Sasakyan on Thursday.

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Nunot sa Alisngaw sa Kape: Panahon sa seryusong pagpaniid

Kaniadtong Hwebes sa buntag ako ang naghatud sa duha ka bata sa eskwelahan sanglit dunay sayo nga gilakaw ang ilang papa. Pagbalik nako sa balay, inay mamahaw nagpatimpla una ko ug kape dayon diretso sa akong computer aron ablihan ang

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Nabbed at checkpoint

A 29-YEAR-OLD man who tried to transport illegal drugs into the city was arrested in a Task Force Davao checkpoint in Sitio Licanan, Barangay Lasang, Bunawan District around 8:50 p.m. Thursday.

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2 NPA rebels captured in Langub raid

Two alleged members of the New People’s Army (NPA) were arrested yesterday afternoon by the authorities in Barangay Langub, Talomo District.

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Suspected robber killed in encounter

Police killed a suspected robber in a shootout in Marfori, Barangay 9-A, Poblacion District around 11:30 p.m. Thursday.

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Authorities block protesters from entering city to join protest

Despite some of their members were blocked at the military checkpoints, cause-oriented groups staged a protest rally yesterday at the Millennium Park in observance of the 46th year of the 1972 Martial Law declaration.

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Soul to Screen: Establishing connection to our soul

Filmmaking, like any other art is a profound way to translate obscure messages into comprehensive representations.

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Kadayawan vies for best festival award

The city tourism officer announced that the Kadayawan, celebrated on Aug. 10-19 this year, is set to compete for the best festival event nationwide.

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City calamity fund enough for local emergencies – CDRRMO

The Davao City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO) assured that there are enough funds despite the continuous assistance to other local government units in case of typhoons and calamities. Lyndon Ancajas, CDRRMO administrative officer, told reporters during the

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Plain and Simple: Mother nature paints itself

I have seen sunsets and sunrises. Seeing them is never enough. It allows one to wonder and appreciate its coming and going.

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