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Editorial: Try the bus

Four buses that can ferry up to 60 passengers were dispatched for free by the city starting last Tuesday, August 14 and will ply the route up to the 28th, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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Editorial: Another phase of the year

August is something Davaoeños look forward to every year because this is the month when our sidewalks, street corners, and markets overflow with various fruits in season.

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Editorial: Thinking ‘white’

A column from the international news agency Agence France Presse which came out in this paper yesterday was quite disturbing. In Africa, just like in our country, a huge demand for skin bleach particularly among teenagers and young adults, is starting to pose health risks.

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Editorial: Any progress?

Whatever happened to the promise of Chief Supt. Manuel Gaerlan to implement the “one-strike policy” on illegal gambling?

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Editorial: Safe spaces for youth

August has a lot of historical significance for us. In the 70s, the nation saw the devastation wrought by the Plaza Miranda bombing shortly before the elections.

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Editorial: Comprehensive scheme

The city is gearing up for the upcoming Kadayawan sa Dabaw when all roads practically lead to its center.

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Editorial: Serious lack of parking spaces

Our roads have become parking spaces not only on our main thoroughfares but even in residential villages where only one lane is used for the flow of vehicles.

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Editorial: Better platform

This week, Taiwanese investors are arriving to meet with their local counterparts as they want to discuss with the latter possible joint venture investments in the healthcare industry.

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Editorial | Choking on plastic

Walking along the streets at night, we cannot help but see plastic bottles and cellophanes on corners where 24/7 stores are located. Usually, the bins overflow with trash, some small foils and candy wrappers strewn around the ground with no

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Editorial | Food waste

Once upon a time, elders told children to finish everything on the plate and not to waste food as there were millions of children in the world going to bed hungry.

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