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Dangerous goods

Selling of grocery items retrieved from the ill-fated New City Commercial Center (NCCC) Mall was immediately stopped Thursday following the order of Mayor Sara Duterte.

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No more drugs

176 villages in Davao Region now clear: PDEA THE PHILIPPINE Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) XI yesterday revealed that they already declared 176 barangays in the region as free from illegal drugs.

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Contraband destroyed

Close to 19,000 pieces of contraband seized from inmates were destroyed on Tuesday by the regional Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) at its office inside the Davao City Jail in Barangay Ma-a.

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DCPO chases RATs

The police are now chasing RATs – Robbers, Akyat bahay and Thieves!

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City eyes walking, cycling as top modes of transport

The city will be pushing to elevate walking and cycling to the top of the hierarchy of modes of transportation in the next few years.

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Rushed approval

The City Council on Monday approved an ordinance endorsing the city government’s P426.5 million Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Fund Investment Plan (LDRRMFIP).

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Traffic rerouting dry-run in Talomo starts on Wednesday

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) XI is set to conduct a 68-hour traffic rerouting test run in Ulas as the Talomo Bridge I will be closed starting 4 a.m. tomorrow until 11:59 p.m. on Friday.

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Cleared of NPA

Thirty-six barangays in Davao City and Davao del Norte were declared by law enforcers as clear from the influence of the New People’s Army.

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Rush hour

The City Council has passed a resolution urging City Hall to immediately act on the defective traffic lights in the city.

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16 nabbed in Kalinaw

Sixteen persons, mostly with warrants of arrest, were arrested Thursday morning during the latest implementation of Oplan Kalinaw.

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