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Bigger Museo Dabawenyo being eyed at People’s Park

Lawmakers are close to realizing the dream of building a bigger Museo Dabawenyo inside the five-hectare People’s Park.

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City strengthens partnership with Kaua’i

Mayor Sara Duterte has signified commitment to the city partnership with the county of Kaua’i, Hawaii with a visit to the U.S. county on Monday.

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Up for demolition

Residents of Barangay San Antonio, Agdao District are seeking help from Mayor Sara Duterte after they received a notice of demolition on a 1,288 square meter property in San Vicente YCF issued by the court.

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Public urged: Don’t go into panic buying

The public must not resort to panic buying for basic commodities like rice as this will result in more problems, said Lester Romeo E. Malana, National Food Authority (NFA) XI director yesterday.

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3 infra projects eyed to be included in AIP, LDIP

Three infrastructure projects have been included in the Annual Investment Program (AIP) and Local Development Investment Program (LDIP) of the city as part of the amendments of the menu of programs for next year.

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DOH seeks passage of Sin Tax II, UHC

As the country waits for a Senate version of a bill institutionalizing the Department of Health’s Universal Health Care (UHC) program, an official said there is also a need to pass the second edition of the Sin Tax Law.

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Mayor still studying plea for allowance, rice subsidy

The Office of the City Mayor is still studying the request of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) to increase the allowance and rice subsidy of the volunteer teachers in the city.

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Interventions are in place for abused girls: Councilor

A lawmaker assured that interventions are in place to help victims of sexual assault in the wake of the PNP report on Davao City topping the list of rape cases in the whole country.

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Airline blames typhoon for canceled Japan flights

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has canceled flights to and from the cities of Kyoto and Osaka in Japan due to the rampaging typhoon Jebi.

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Better quality of cacao beans is needed, say

The local cacao industry has shifted its goal to improving the quality rather than concentrating on increasing production because of the difficulty in achieving the latter, an executive of the industry said yesterday.

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