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Rough Cuts | Are we there yet?

City eyes walking, cycling as top modes of transport — news report. Nice to hear and think about. But how possible is it?

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Egalitarian | A Singapore for a province

SOME camps claim that the federalization of the country is primarily economic.

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Family Matters | In time, God will lift the gloom

EVERY man goes through depression at certain moments in their lives.

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Rough Cuts | Still waiting for reports

Yesterday we included in the subject of our column an item about Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s intent to have the City Council pass an ordinance regulating the height and size of structures to be constructed in certain areas of the city’s downtown.

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Editorial | Warning labels on sugar-rich beverage

Sugar is a flourishing business. Just look around and you can see how coffee shops and food stalls patronized mostly by millennials offer beverages that can make your heart stop just by seeing sugar on top of sugar concoctions. Our

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Guest Editorial | VIDEO gaming addictive like crack: WHO

VIDEO gaming can be addictive in the same way as cocaine or gambling, the World Health Organization said Monday in a much anticipated update of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11).

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ROUGH CUTS | Who’s robbing us of the city’s skyline?

LAST Sunday, Jun. 17, 2018, the top story of this paper was captioned, “Reclaiming the city’s skyline” written by reporter Yas D. Ocampo.

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Plain and Simple | Holy men of God

Julius just finished high school and he wanted to enter the seminary.

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Rough Cuts | Well, they’re already armed

Why is the President still talking of arming the barangay captains in order to prepare them in the campaign against illegal drugs in their respective areas of jurisdiction?

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Editorial | Oplan RAT

We do have a way with words.

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