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Inday lauds DCPO for ‘job well done’

MAYOR Sara Duterte-Carpio has commended the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) for a job well done, citing the city’s recorded decreased crime rate in the past two quarters under the leadership of director Alexander Tagum.

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Barangay officials get retrained on security

BARANGAY officials here have been given a refresher course on security, amid airtight arrangements around the city following President Rodrigo Duterte’s declaration of Martial Law last May 23.

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Access road to Davao jail closed due to security risk

THE PRESENCE of high-risk inmates forced the city council to close down the access road going to the Davao City Jail compound.

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1,200 people with hearing disabilities get listening aid

AROUND 1,200 persons with hearing disabilities in the city will be given free health care by a non-government organization (NGO) from the United States of America.

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Police ordered to intensify drive vs illegal gambling

POLICE directors and chiefs are ordered to intensify the drive against illegal gambling.

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Council suspends housing requests

A CITY councilor wants to put on hold the approval of applications for housing subdivisions in the city.

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78 villages in region declared drug-free

THE PHILIPPINE Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) XI has declared as drug-free 78 barangays in Davao Region.

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Court junks re-investigation in Pala case

THE REGIONAL Trial Court has junked the motion for re-investigation filed by self-confessed hitman Arturo Lascañas in connection with the killing of Jun Pala in 2003.

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Davao lass wins The Voice Teens

DAVAOENA singing champ Jona Marie Soquite expressed her thanks yesterday to supporters as she performed on ABS-CBN’s It’s Showtime.

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Girl, 16, nabbed for carnapping

A 16-YEAR-OLD girl was arrested by Sasa police officers for allegedly stealing money from a house of a businessman and carting the victim’s vehicle in a follow-up

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