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Set to sail

Bilateral trade to take off ABOUT 400, mostly private sector representatives, are expected to join the official launching ceremony tomorrow of the Mindanao-Indonesia sea connectivity officially inaugurated by the two heads of states.

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Backtracing starts

Police seek to question people lady cop talked to prior to arrest THE DAVAO City Police Office has started to trace back the activities of Supt. Maria Theresa Nobleza, the policewoman who reportedly tried to help her terrorist boyfriend escape,

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P286M for disaster

Councilors junk P100 million for river dredging THE CITY government will be releasing a P286 million Disaster Management Plan for the next five years, after the city council approved the request on third and final reading yesterday.

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‘Not affecting us’

Crime Lab chief says ‘terrorist’ cop no longer under his control THE DIRECT superior of Supt. Maria Christina Nobleza, the Regional Crime Laboratory Office (RCLO) deputy chief in Davao linked to Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG), has denied

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Aliwagwag attack

Reds attack popular tourism spot in DavOr COMMUNIST New People’s Army (NPA) rebels staged an attack at Aliwagwag Falls, one of the main tourist destinations in Davao Oriental, at around 4:30 a.m. yesterday.

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The rising popularity of corn

Survey on Food Demand shows corn consumption growing AMIDST thousands of unlimited rice lovers, some households in Davao Region are now starting to set their eyes on other options due to health concerns, affordability or simply the lack of time

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Under investigation

High-profile case involves health officer A PROSECUTOR of the city’s internal investigating committee said that among those being probed for alleged irregularities are from the City Health Office (CHO) and the City Treasurer’s Office (CTO).

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Soldiers freed

NPA’s Mt. Alip Command releases two soldiers held for 3 months THE NEW People’s Army (NPA) yesterday released two prisoners of war (POWs) in a hinterland barangay in Digos City, Davao del Sur.

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Crackdown on climbers

Mayor Duterte wants arrest of rash mountaineers MAYOR Sara Duterte-Carpio has ordered a crackdown on mountaineers climbing Mt. Apo through the city’s Mt. Talomo in Barangay Tamayong in Calinan District.

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Wanted volunteers

DCPO seeks police auxiliary members THE DAVAO City Police Office (DCPO) is now enlisting able-bodied individuals with good moral conduct to become members of the city’s auxiliary police force.

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