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EDITORIAL| Building peace tables

TALKING about peace is no longer in the realm of government officials and leaders. It has, as it should be,

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NUNOT SA ALISNGAW SA KAPE| Planong bakasyon ni JB

LABIHANG inita kaniadtong milabay nga Sabado. Subay sa balita nga nasibya sa telebisyon ang init “factor”

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EDITORIAL| A hard look at our staple

LAST week, the Philippine Statistics Authority released last week the result of its Survey on Food Demand (SFD)

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ROUGH CUTS| Most grandiose but not the be-all project

INDEED the “Dutertenomics” administration of the Davaoeno President is loaded with ambitious multi-billion infrastructure projects

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Sleeping With The Enemy

JUST some few days ago, the country was again shocked to learn that a police member helped rescue the few

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EDITORIAL| Turning 71

ONE unbearably warm and humid afternoon this month, a friend dropped by the editorial office of this newspaper

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ROUGH CUTS| One funny, even ironic, news

WE are starting to doubt the capability of the Netherlands-based leaders of the Communist Party of the Philippines- New People’s Army (CPP-NPA)

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TIMESMAN| How young am I?

WHILE buying native materials for household cleaning at Davao Bohol Trading Monday afternoon,

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CLOSE TO HOME| Putting rhythm on children

RHYTHM, as defined by Merriam-Webster dictionary is the movement, fluctuation, or variation marked by

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EDITORIAL| The food we waste

IN RESTAURANT and fastfood chains in the city, many diners leave barely untouched food on the table obviously ordering more than they can eat.

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