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Exec: 329 contingents to join `Araw’ parade

THE “Araw ng Davao” parade tomorrow is drawing 329 contingents and will last until 12 noon, said Orly L. Escarilla, spokesperson for the annual celebration.

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Airbnb locks door on City Tourism Office

ONE OF THE home-sharing applications targeted by a city councilor for regulation and taxation has blocked the city government on its site.

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5,000 forces for Araw, Ironman

MORE THAN 5,000 combined forces of the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) and Task Force Davao (TFD) will be deployed to secure the Araw ng Davao celebration and the Alveo Ironman 2018 triathlon event

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Move to honor Datu Bago As hero faces smooth sailing

ONE more council reading, and the ordinance declaring Datu Bago as a hero of the city will likely be approved.

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49 vehicles seized

FORTY-NINE vehicles were impounded by authorities during the Oplan Lambat Bitag Sasakyan in various places in the city on Wednesday morning.

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PDEA focuses on party drugs on Araw ng Dabaw festivities

THE PHILIPPINE Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) XI is on the lookout for party drugs that might be smuggled in the city in time for the Araw ng Davao festivities.

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Ordinance vs public drinking hurdles 3rd and final reading

LAWMAKERS passed on final reading the Sobriety Ordinance of Davao City that effectively bans drinking in public places at all times.

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Barangay captains may be charged for neglecting anti-drug abuse body

BARANGAY chairs who failed to activate their local anti-drug abuse councils may face administrative charges, the Department of Interior and Local Government said.

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Lambat seizes 38 motorcycles

THIRTY-EIGHT motorcycles were impounded by authorities during the latest Oplan Lambat Bitag Sasakyan conducted in various streets in the city.

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Soldier killed in Tamayong clash

ONE of the three soldiers wounded in the Tamayong clash on Monday died at the hospital on Wednesday.

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