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OMB-Min transfers to new building

THE OFFICE of the Ombudsman in Mindanao transferred to its new building yesterday after 29 years renting at the Herrera Building in Alvarez Street, this city.

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OMB-Min transfers to new building

THE OFFICE of the Ombudsman in Mindanao transferred to its new building yesterday after 29 years renting at the Herrera Building in Alvarez St, this city.

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Investing in education for IPs

Knowledge is power. Information is liberating.

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Fake notaries nabbed

TWO EMPLOYEES in the office of a lawyer who passed away in 2015 were apprehended by officers of Calinan Police Station for conducting illegal notary transactions.

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Fake notaries

Lawyer group wants to end illegal notarizations THE INTEGRATED Bar of the Philippines – Davao City Chapter (IBP-Davao) spearheaded yesterday the first inter-agency meeting

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Art reflections

 “Don’t take too much effort to be noticed in Manila. Nurture a deep ability to see the world from your perspective. Then Manila will notice you.” – Manny Garibay  He just came to visit the city, and like the previous

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Women say, Jai Jagat!

JAI JAGAT! Glory to the world, glory to all! When women from different cultures sing this transformational Hindi song calling for peace in the world and active participation in the fight against poverty, the bonds of sisterhood becomes palpable and

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Indonesia’s trade and culture show

IT TAKES about the same time for one to reach Bitung, Indonesia and Cebu City in the Visayas if one flies from the Davao International Airport. Yet, according to Indonesian Consul General Berlian Napitupulu both countries have much to know

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Mindanaoan-owned Sushi bar in Sweden

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GOTHENBURG, Sweden – Sushi bars have found a niche in Scandinavia. In the city of Gothenburg,

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Joma ‘optimistic’

Resumption of peace talks still on the table despite differences: CPP founding chair UTRECHT, The Netherlands – The founding chair of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) is optimistic that the resumption of peace talks between the National Democratic

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