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Arrests continue

20 persons nabbed in Oplan Kalinaw TWENTY persons were arrested in the latest Oplan Kalinaw in nine barangays of the city on Wednesday.

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Body of NPA fighter found in Agusan Sur

A New People’s Army (NPA) fighter who reportedly attacked the Sinacungan Patrol Base in Barangay Sinacungan, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur last May 14 was found dead.

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Dads in training for paperless sessions

CITY legislators are set to undergo training for the implementation of the paperless session of the local council.

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All about Halal

The figure of Muslims in Davao is not growing as fast as you want to think it is. But with the direct flight from Malaysia to Davao, this stat might change dramatically. So the city and the region must prepare.

Posted in Opinion, Uncategorized

Looking back at the Domestic Workers Act

On January 18, 2013, former President Benigno Simeon Aquino signed into law Republic Act No. 10361 known as Domestic Workers Act, instituting policies for the protection and welfare of domestic workers. This law covers the entire process of hiring a

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CULTURAL POTPOURRI| Shining Holidays at Marco Polo Davao

     THIS YEAR’S holiday season has Davao’s hotels presenting new and delightful dishes to offer Davaoeño foodies an unforgettable dining experience.

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6 foreigners in fake cigarette charges to be arraigned Friday

A JUDGE has ordered the six Chinese nationals accused in distributing fake cigarettes in the city to appear in court this Friday for their arraignment.

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MLIN to get P23.6-B next year, says President

THE NATIONAL government is planning to earmark P23.6 billion next year, an increase of 10.3% from the current budget, for the continuous implementation of Mindanao

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Fire incidents down, but property damage up

THE BUREAU of Fire and Protection (BFP) XI recorded a 45% decrease in the number of incidents from January to November this year against the same period in 2016. However, the amount of property damage is up. Speaking in yesterday’s

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