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To block illegal Mt. Apo trek Mayor Duterte urged to close Mt. Talomo entry indefinitely

THE DAVAO Watershed Management Council (WMC) is calling on Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to address

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Mayor Sara attends father’s send-off to Middle East trips

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte and daughter Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio yesterday shared several light moments

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Blueprint for city’s anti-drug program waiting for approval

THE DAVAO City’s Anti-Drug Abuse Council recently produced a manual to serve as blueprint for the local government’s rehabilitation program for addicts.

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Buhangin residents seek Sara’s intervention on water problem

RESIDENTS of an area thirsty for regular water supply have complained to the local government about the alleged selling of water sourced from their area to a nearby community

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Despite DOH efforts, Filipinos still smoke

DESPITE stringent measures to make smoking and access to tobacco products difficult, Health Sec. Jean Ubial said many Filipinos still go out of their way to smoke.

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Only trained trekkers should climb Mt. Apo

TO HOLISTICALLY safeguard the country’s highest peak, only the fit and trained trekkers have to climb in Mt. Apo, the different sectors urged as the mountain will be opened

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No suspension of military ops

THE ARMY’S Eastern Mindanao Command (EastMinCom) yesterday said there will be no suspension of military operation (SOMO) despite the signing of the agreement

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City plans to acquire second mobile library

THE CITY will be getting additional mobile library at the end of the year, the officer-in-charge of the City Library said.

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Job offer for NPAs as Sara suspends localized talks

THE LOCAL government has suspended the planned localized talks with the New People’s Army but  Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio reached out to communist guerrillas

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LGU scholarship for medicine, law no longer limited to IP students

MAYOR SARA Duterte-Carpio signed an executive order expanding scholarships for deserving students who want to take up medicine or law.

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