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Power stable

No brownouts this year for Davao City: DLPC THE DAVAO Light and Power Company doesn’t foresee any energy crisis this year like what happened in the summer of El Nino last year.

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Terminated

Ombudsman axes 3 DOST officials over Davao’s solons’ PDAF misuse THE OFFICE of the Ombudsman has dismissed from the service three officials of the Technology Resource Center (TRC), an agency attached to the Department of Science and Technology,

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Multiple charges

Army files 19 complaints vs NPA THE PHILIPPINE Army has filed 19 complaints before the Joint Monitoring Committee (JMC)  against the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing,

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Insincerity showing

Attack on security agency, soldier abduction proves NPA duplicity: army THE ARMY blasted the New People’s Army for its insincerity over the ongoing peace talks after storming a security agency in Jaunilla subdivision in Valencia City,

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When digital art comes to life

DIGITAL art in Davao City flourishes even in the offline world by means of independently held events and gatherings that spur growth among artists.

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A sad day

Fish vendor injured in NPA mine blast expires in ICU Larry Buenafe, the fish vendor who was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, died in Southern Philippines Medical Center at around 4 a.m. yesterday. He was 34

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Revolving door

3 precinct commanders, head of CPSC relieved THREE precinct commanders and the chief of City Public Safety Company (CPSC) of the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) were relieved of their post yesterday.

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Bomb-carrying man killed

DCPO: seized explosive same as EID used in Roxas blast A SUSPECTED terrorist, said to have transported components of improvised explosive device (IED) into the city, was killed in a shootout with authorities around 3 a.m. yesterday in Barangay Magtuod,

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Word war

Mayor answers PKM’s tirade A WORD war between Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio and the communist group erupted yesterday following the Saturday attacks staged by New People’s Army (NPA) in the properties of the Lorenzos.

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DAR chief blamed

Lapanday assails Sec. Mariano for the attacks THE LAPANDAY Foods Corporation (LFC) blamed Agrarian Reform Sec. Rafael Mariano for the Saturday attacks, which it said will affect “hundreds of employees.”

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