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Lawmakers aim to block adjusted taxi fare rates

TWO COUNCILORS are planning to pass a resolution opposing the recent taxi fare rates in the city.

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Group wants additional P104 to minimum wage

A LABOR organization has petitioned the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (RTWPB) XI to increase by P104 the minimum wage set in Davao region.

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Candidates swarm Comelec

CANDIDATES for barangay and youth elections have swarmed the various offices of the Commission of Elections (Comelec) in the region.

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CTOO to tourists: Patronize legitimate tourism spots

The City Tourism and Operations Office (CTOO) has urged tourists to book only with legitimate tourism firms, including tour operators.

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Police, military monitor groups

SECURITY authorities are now monitoring private armed groups and other threat groups that may affect the Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections next month.

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DCWD to invest P87.5-M to boost Toril water supply

THE DAVAO City Water District (DCWD) will set up a production well in Toril to stabilize the area’s water supply.

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Supporters launch movement for Bong Go’s senatorial bid

SPECIAL Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher “Bong” Go could hear the clamor coming from Davao City even as he was miles away accompanying his boss, President Rodrigo Duterte, in a state visit in China Monday night.

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Bebot Clarion takes oath as newest city councilor

NEWLY appointed councilor Carmelo “Bebot” Justo Clarion took his oath of office before Mayor Sara Duterte yesterday at the City Hall in the presence of his family.

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KMU claims police illegally detained Coca-Cola laborers

THE KILUSYANG Mayo Uno (KMU) claimed that the 10 arrested members of the Kilusang Manggagawa ng Coca-Cola (Kimaco) are being illegally detained.

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NCIP ready to fill post vacated by Sudagar

THE NATIONAL Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) said the seat will be vacant only on April 18, contrary to the statement of Vice Mayor Bernard Al-ag on Tuesday declaring the post of Indigenous Peoples’ representative at the council open.

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