Monthly Archives: September 2018

CTTMO to tap barkers

The city government is planning to utilize nuisance jeepney barkers into useful street attendants who can be street traffic lecturers.

Posted in HEADLINES

Drug dens busted

Authorities busted three drug dens and arrested 69 suspects, including three drug den maintainers, in three separate operations conducted in Barangay Madaum, Tagum City, Davao del Norte on Saturday.

Posted in HEADLINES

Datu Bago officially opens nominations

The Datu Bago Awardees Organization is once again opening the season for its Annual Search for the Datu Bago Awards 2019.

Posted in HEADLINES

2 alleged members of drug syndicate slain in shootout

Two alleged members of the Bagundang drug group were killed in a shootout with authorities in Barangay Sinawilan, Matanao, Davao del Sur around 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Posted in Latest News

4 NPA leaders surrender; 1 hurt Red fighter rescued

Four high-ranking leaders of the New People’s Army (NPA) and two members surrendered to the 46th Infantry Battalion in Mabini, Compostela Valley on Friday.

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Mintal SK offers free photocopies

The Sangguniang Kabataan Council of Barangay Mintal under Chair Kendall Joyce Abrio is offering free photocopy and printing services for all youths aged 10 to 30 years old.

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Gumalang pushes for longer ID validity

The Barangay ID system of Gumalang in Calinan District will be amended to ensure that it’s no longer coterminous with the sitting punong barangay.

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Mindanao seen as fastest growing market for cement

Building materials company Holcim Philippines is expecting Mindanao to become its fastest growing market as the government has identified the island as among the biggest beneficiaries of its infrastructure program.

Posted in Business

Biz group eyes Davao City as Mindanao int’l gateway

The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) has pushed for the identification of Davao City as the main international gateway to Mindanao with the setting up of a bigger international airport.

Posted in Business

Editorial: Muddling the complex issue

The recent controversy surrounding the issue on high rice prices has highlighted the seeming failure of government to attain its goal of making the country rice self-sufficient.

Posted in Opinion