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EDITORIAL| Talking about rebuilding

AT NOON yesterday, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana confirmed initial reports that Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon and Maute Group leader Omar Maute were killed

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EDITORIAL| Deeper probe

THE RECENT move of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to hold the shipment of nickel laterite ores in Davao Oriental, which is supposed to be on its way to China, is long overdue.

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EDITORIAL| Professionalism and integrity

THOSE in the medical, legal, academic and other professions, work hard to be where they are now. They burn the midnight candle, hurdle difficult exams and go through all

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EDITORIAL| Listening to OFWs

THE DEPARTMENT of Foreign Affairs pegs the number of Filipino household service workers in Hong Kong to be about 196,000.

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EDITORIAL| Traffic woes

LAST Friday’s heavy traffic could go down as the longest-running traffic jam we have experienced in the city, at least to our knowledge.

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EDITORIAL| Something is utterly wrong

FORMER regional police director Isidro Lapena, the newly-minted Bureau of Customs (BOC) commissioner, is expected to visit the city today to inaugurate the new x-ray machine

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EDITORIAL| A subtle reminder

OVER the weekend the social media channels were humming with complaints and rants as traffic in coming from and going to the southern parts of the city became nearly

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Public seminar of the graduate school of business Ateneo de davao university

THE GRADUATE School of Business and Governance of the Ateneo de Davao University is pleased to announce the presentation of a dissertation proposal of Marietta L. Eliot-Pampanga, a doctoral student

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EDITORIAL| Secret to health

LOSING weight is the first step in achieving good health. The nationwide awareness on losing weight is crucial now that studies show many Filipinos are overweight

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EDITORIAL| Pink ribbon for women’s health

OUR CITY Hall is unabashedly wearing a pink ribbon. A ribbon has a significant meaning to us, starting from the days of the Yellow Ribbon campaign

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