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Editorial: Such brazen attack

Our city is one of the safest in the country. We are proud of our police force that is so ubiquitous in vital infrastructures and on the streets. Crime rate is low and we are all secured in the knowledge

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Editorial: Moving along

The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) has announced that the final guidelines, paving the way for the third telecommunications company to enter the country, are already completed after seven months of deliberations.

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Editorial: Storm are warnings

We can never prepare enough for the wrath of nature. Typhoon Mangkhut wrought devastation caused by landslides and floodings in northern Luzon and until now, many are still looking for missing love ones who could have been swept away at

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Editorial: The days before martial law in 1972

What binds people of a certain age, as seen on Facebook or maybe triggered by the recent photo exhibit at Art Portal Gallery on Davao City in the early 80s, is reminiscing about simple pleasures of the past and how

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Ordinance on luminous markings set for another hearing: councilor

The proposed ordinance on the use of luminous markings is headed for its third committee hearing after it was temporarily delayed due to the change in command at the Bureau of Fire Protection XI.

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LUNA advocates addressing backlog of Davao rape cases

The Luna Legal Resource Center (LUNA) continues to advocate judicial reforms in the judicial prosecution process in the city.

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Editorial: Muddling the complex issue

The recent controversy surrounding the issue on high rice prices has highlighted the seeming failure of government to attain its goal of making the country rice self-sufficient.

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Families of 14 road crash victims get ECC benefits

The Employees Compensation Commission (ECC) has granted benefits to the families of the 14 victims in the road crash between a utility van and 10-wheeler cargo truck in Barangay Astorga in Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur last June.

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Editorial: Stunted growth, underweight children

The recent result of the study by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) on the health of children below five years, is alarming.

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Editorial: Rice sufficiency

Rice is our staple food and is therefore a gut issue felt by the rich who can buy high quality commercial rice and the poor, who line up to buy a few kilos of cheap NFA rice. Even if people

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