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Synchronized polls generally peaceful, army officers claim

The Eastern Mindanao Command yesterday said the election was generally peaceful in its area of operation despite the alleged violation of the New People’s Army of their self-declared ceasefire when rebels attacked a Cafgu patrol base in Sinacungan, Esperanza town, Agusan del Sur on Monday morning.

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HMO opens wing at local hospital

HEALTH maintenance organization (HMO) Maxicare has opened a multimillion peso exclusive wing for its cardholders at the Metro Davao Medical Research Center Inc. (MDMRCI) along JP Laurel, in an inauguration held last Friday.

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LGU seeks aid of non-profits to help impounded canines

THE LOCAL government is seeking partnerships with pet societies in Davao City for the adoption of stray dogs caught by the City Veterinary Office, following a years-old Pet Adoption Measure enacted into law here.

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Supporters launch movement for Bong Go’s senatorial bid

SPECIAL Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher “Bong” Go could hear the clamor coming from Davao City even as he was miles away accompanying his boss, President Rodrigo Duterte, in a state visit in China Monday night.

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Mayor wants HPBS operational by 2019

MAYOR Sara Duterte has asked the proponents of the high priority bus system (HPBS) to implement its initial plans by 2019, as the plan has failed to hit its target.

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A case for a community theater

THE WORKS recited by students of the senior high school program of the Davao City National High School (DCNHS) here had none of the “classic” pieces older students have been forced to memorize in their youth.

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Add’l P30-M for`Lingap’

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has set aside additional P30 million a month to fund the Lingap program, a city government medical assistance program for its residents that he started when he was a mayor and has been extended to benefit other

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NEW SURVEY: City divided on city’s disaster preparedness

ONLY four out of every 15 Dabawenyos believed that the city is not capable in responding to disasters, new survey of the University of Mindanao Institute of Popular Opinion bared.

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More athletes hospitalized

92 Tagum delegates downed by stomach aches MORE athletes attending the Davao Regional Athletics Association (DAVRAA) Meet 2018 were downed by stomach ache, Sunday night.


Reckless behavior | Sara: Cost cutting on meal budget is tantamount to corruption

MAYOR Sara Duterte yesterday described as “reckless” the act of officers who recycled food that caused the hospitalization of 38 sports delegates from Mati City on Saturday.