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NUNOT SA ALISNGAW SA KAPE| Mga Pinoy sa Saudi naukay pud sa Dengvaxia

LUAG ang akong eskedyul kaniadtong milabay nga Huwebes mao nga taas akong panahon aron mag-abli sa akong e-mail.

Posted in Opinion

ROUGH CUTS| Opportunity for a ‘shot at redemption’

      AGAIN P/Chief Supt. Manuel Gaerlan, Police Regional Office (PRO) XI director, has shown his brand of leadership in the police organization.

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NUNOT SA ALISNGAW SA KAPE| Kalambo-an sa UP-Min Sports Complex

KAGAHAPON sa buntag human sa pamahaw nasugo-an ko ni Misis nga kurtihan ang among mga ‘ornamental’ nga mga tanum sa palibot sa balay. Kini kay iyang nakita nga sobra

Posted in Opinion

ROUGH CUTS| Showing the other face of the police

WE TAKE our hat off to Sr. Supt. Alexander Tagum and his staff at the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) for initiating the “Pinaskuhan sa Kabataan” project of the local police command.

Posted in Opinion

ROUGH CUTS| Urgency for serious investigation

ONE issue that is now engulfing the country like a dreaded pandemic is the allegedly bungled dengue vaccination program of government launched during the last two years

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ROUGH CUTS| Making the anti-smuggling unit effective

GOOD THING that the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) is reacting with dispatch to the report reaching the city director’s office that three policemen assigned at the Buhangin Police Station

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ROUGH CUTS| Taxing sugar-enhanced beverages

WE agree 100 percent with Dr. William R. Adan, Ph.D., retired professor and former chancellor of the Mindanao State University – Naawan, Misamis Oriental Campus, in his view that the blame game

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ROUGH CUTS| Fast becoming a habit

      WE ARE CERTAIN many will agree with us that the real measure of any development project is when there are more people who stand to benefit from it than the number of those who will somehow suffer.

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PNJKI School-Calinan: the gateway to realizing one’s ‘Japanese dream’

 JAPAN and the Japanese have been part of Davao’s history. From as early as 1903 up to the outbreak of the Second World War the Japanese were either entrepreneurs or expert work force contributing to Davao’s social and economic growth.

Posted in Lifestyle

NUNOT SA ALISNGAW SA KAPE| Di pa hingpit nga sarado

   SA MILABAY nga lima ka adlaw medyo nalingaw ko sa pagbantay sa “live television coverage” sa gihimo nga pagtuki sa House Justice Committee sa “impeachment case”

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