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COLUMN: Line of sight

Decluttering your smartphone By: Harold Dave P. Young   Everybody now seems to be tugging a smartphone along. It has become so ubiquitous that it has replaced the pocket watch, thermometer, radio, TV, laptop, video and sound recorder, camera and

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Property developers debunk fears of glut

PROPERTY developers have allayed fears over the possibility of a housing bubble brought about by their continued interest in setting up

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LINE OF SIGHT Experience the PH: Why and why not?

By Shierly Cebalda   The Philippines has recently been enjoying a boom in tourism. Travel enthusiasts from across the globe have been flocking to the Pearl of the Orient for a taste of its sumptuous platter of natural wonders with

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Azuela Cove to feature events tent

THE SOON-TO-BE launched Azuela Cove, the latest mixed use project here, is featuring a 2,000-square meter events tent intended for events that have about 1,500 attendees.

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LINE OF SIGHT: Setting up shop in Vis-Min

By: Atty. Charity P. Mandap-de Veyra     The potential of Visayas-Mindanao (Vis-Min) for economic growth has been on the rise, especially since the commencement of the current administration to advocate development in the rural regions of that part of

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Consunji property arm eyeing another project

DMCI Homes, the Consunji group condominium development arm, is planning to develop another project in the city.

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Damosa project to`respect’ agricultural heritage: expert

THE agriculture-themed mixed-use project of Damosa Land Inc. will incorporate the agricultural heritage of its host city,

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Agriya’s tourism component seen completed in two years

THE AGRITOURISM component of the 88-hectare mixed use project of Damosa Land Inc. in Panabo City, Davao del Norte is expected to be opened to the public within the next two years.

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LINE of SIGHT

Exciting times ahead By Mark Solatorio     In May 2016, a majority of the Filipinos elected President Rodrigo R. Duterte as the President of the Republic of the Philippines.  Fast forward to May 2017 and a lot has changed

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No farming possible in mine sites, says firm

THE MIL-ORO Mining Corp. has denied the justification of the New People’s Army (NPA) in attacking its mining site on May 5, saying the rebels not only destroyed its equipment,

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