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NUNOT SA ALISNGAW SA KAPE| Kadamay, lit-ag sa Presidente?

KANIADTONG milabay nga Domingo medyo dugay-dugay kaming magti-ayon nga nakauli gikan sa pagsimba didto sa Sacred Heart Church sa Calinan.

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ROUGH CUTS| Do they know what’s best for the country?

WHY are some leaders of non-government organizations (NGOs) still claiming that military forces are still harassing

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ROUGH CUTS| Impeachment complaint a gambit

NOW we sense that the members of the group of anti-administration people, specifically lawmakers, are in the first

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ROUGH CUTS| A white elephant in the making?

SEVERAL columns back we tackled the issue of having our City Engineer’s Office (CEO) conducting no-nonsense inspection on buildings in Davao’s more urban areas.

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ROUGH CUTS| One big loss for Davao City

IF REPORTS are true that Police Director General Ronald “Bato” de la Rosa is moving out Davao City Police Director Michael John Dubria for Camp Crame

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ROUGH CUTS| Have mercy to aging pensioners  

WELL, MAYBE it is about time to revisit this policy of the Social Security System (SSS) and the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) of making

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NUNOT SA ALISNGAW SA KAPE| Laing sugnod sa panagbingkil

AKONG gipahimuslan ang higayon nga “holiday” usab kagapon, Biyernes, dinhi sa Dakbayan sa Dabaw.

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ROUGH CUTS| A successful 80th ‘Araw ng Dabaw’

GOOD thing to hear that the peace talk between the government and the communist rebels is now resumed.

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ROUGH CUTS|Helping fund destructive businesses

WE CONGRATULATE all our fellow Davaoenos who are celebrating today the 80th Araw ng Dabaw. We have read Davao’s history from the time it was conquered

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ROUGH CUTS| Who’s footing the bills?

THE PEOPLE taking care of self-confessed alleged Davao Death Squad (DDS) hitmen Edgar Matobato and retired SPO3 Arthur Lascanas must be wallowing in cash.

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