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EDITORIAL| Survey on traffic

THE STATE of our traffic is an emotional issue. In the past months, we experienced what people in Manila are dealing with on a daily basis.

Posted in Opinion

GET to hold local trackfest on Feb. 2018

IN ITS FAST pace to develop local young student-athletes, the GET (Guillermo E. Torres) Sports eye another sporting spectacle as it host its first-ever track and field competition at the newly-installed University of Mindanao

Posted in Sports

Agency workers at AdDU hit alleged union busting

AROUND 100 utility and clerical workers of the Ateneo de Davao University protested the alleged abrupt change of manpower agencies employed

Posted in Latest News


CAFÉ Clarice, a newly opened bistro situated on the quiet side of the city’s burgeoning south, is a stylish yet welcoming addition to Davao’s thriving dining scene.

Posted in Lifestyle

People trust Moro rebellion even less than NPA: survey

THE SOCIAL Weather Stations said the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) and the Communist Party of the Philippines/New People’s Army (CPP/NPA)

Posted in Latest News

Intellicare to hold 25 more Safe Motherhood Caravans with PBSP

­ INTELLICARE, one of the country’s leading health management organizations (HMOs), underscores

Posted in Community

Mindanao eyed as host to Malaysian investments

MINDANAO can become the investment hub for Malaysian investors, an official of Consulate General of Malaysia said.

Posted in Business

EDITORIAL| Care for Our Common Home

WE TAKE the liberty of printing excerpts from the Encyclical Laudato Si issued by Pope Francis on

Posted in Opinion

100 adopters for DCWD’s Adopt-a-Site Project!

DAVAO City Water District’s Adopt-a-Site Project has reached 100 adopters in Mt. Talomo-Lipadas

Posted in Community

Rep. Zarate on dismissal of kidnap case: “we’re vindicated”

REP. CARLOS Isagani Zarate of partylist Bayan Muna commended the Ombdusman order dismissing the kidnapping

Posted in Latest News