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Random Thoughts | A leap to disaster

“The time for federalism has come to our country. We have to move away from the style of unitary form of government, which has been in existence or set up originally by the Spaniards. It has always been a strong

Posted in Opinion

Power firm turns trash into cash

For forty years now, AboitizPower run-of-river hydro business unit, Hedcor, has been supporting its host communities in every way possible, driven by the Aboitiz Group promise of advancing business and communities.

Posted in Business

Rerouting causes monster traffic

IT WAS a monster traffic jam! Yesterday’s dry run of the rerouting at Talomo area caused a massive vehicular bottleneck, affecting residents living in the city’s southern area.

Posted in Latest News

Don’t pay NPA

DILG warns against ‘permit to campaign’ fees in rebel-infested areas. THE DEPARTMENT of Interior and Local Government (DILG) in Davao region yesterday warned barangay and youth candidates from giving funds to the communist rebels to gain permits to campaign in

Posted in HEADLINES

ART CENTRALE: ANOTHER VENUE FOR TABULA RASA AND ART MINDANAO

ARAW ng Dabaw 2018 celebration at Felcris Centrale was graced with the opening of Art Centrale on March 17, 2018, located at the ground floor of the mall.

Posted in Lifestyle

Editorial | Making way for Alveo Ironman 70.3

THIS could be one of the biggest international sports events that the city will be hosting and the excitement generated from the competition itself and its side events, has pumped up the energy of sports enthusiasts.

Posted in Opinion

Line of Sight | Destination: Unknown

TRAINS – there’s something fascinating about them. Perhaps it’s the rhythm? With a pace that begins slowly, its gears clickety-clacking along the tracks, moving gently again

Posted in Business

Lopez: Council can’t relinquish ‘mandate’ on property unless

THERE is a need to amend the Local Government Code in order for the city government to let go of its mandate to review and approve development permits, and other applications related to property, real estate, and housing, a councilor

Posted in Business

DavOr’s abaca industry to get boost, bares report

DAVAO ORIENTAL — The Provincial Government which has set ambitious targets to increase and improve the province’s abaca production is now complementing efforts with the Philippine Fiber Industry Development Authority (PhilFIDA) for programs set to give the local abaca industry

Posted in Community

Economy of the city in better shape: Sara

THE ECONOMY of the city only “took a temporary dip when Martial Law in Mindanao was declared” as it has bounced back since as the city government recorded increase in the businesses and tourist arrivals in the city by the

Posted in Business