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EDITORIAL| Political will

TO COMMON people, assistance is usually beneficial. If someone provides a mendicant with a piece of bread, the giver knows that the receiver does not need to repay him or her in return.

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EDITORIAL| Prevent collusion

SEVERAL years ago, the local wharf became controversial when a top official of the Bureau of Customs

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ROUGH CUTS| Just do it, and do it now

NPA attacks, unreliable policies will kill banana industry. This is what some of the leading executives

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FAMILY MATTERS| Die Beautiful

ONE of the most agitating thing that can happen to a family is when one is rushed to the hospital without warning

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EDITORIAL| Necessary change

THE ORDER of the Regional Police Office for police stations to beef up their security mechanisms to prevent the attacks of the New People’s Army must be taken seriously

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ROUGH CUTS| Yes, there is need for coordination

COORDINATE road works. This was the message Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio wanted understood very clearly by government agencies and other groups

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PARADIGM SHIFT| Politicization of American intelligence

THE POLITICIZATION of American intelligence by the left is dangerous and will have very serious consequences for American national interests. Politicization also destroys trust and relations

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TIMESMAN| A job well done

TRANSFERRING to a new home after more than three decades in the old place is exciting especially because the new place is considered a posh subdivision.

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EDITORIAL| Intensified screening

IF THE  ARREST of a public school teacher in Digos City last Saturday indicated something, it was that even institutions

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ROUGH CUTS| There is now a sense of urgency

SOME columns back we talked about the vulnerability of some areas in Davao City to such disastrous phenomenon as flash floods.

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