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Mayor Duterte dons the rank of colonel in AFP Reservist Corps

MAYOR Sara Duterte was donned full-fledged Colonel in the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Reservist Corps held at City hall office, yesterday morning.

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Burnt NCCC Mall up for demolition

The burnt NCCC Mall, which has a total building floor area of 60,568 square meters, will soon be flattened after the management gained a go signal from the city government to pursue the demolition.

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Dabawenyos still trust Pulong but rating dips by 90 percent

MORE than half of Davaoeños polled in the recent survey of the Institute of Popular Opinion (IPO) of the University of Mindanao maintained confidence to former Vice Mayor Paolo “Pulong” Duterte even if he has resigned from his position.

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Top NPA commander captured

A ranking member of the New People’s Army (NPA) in northeastern Mindanao was captured in a joint police and military operation in Barangay Villalangit, Sibagat, Agusan del Sur.

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Tony Boy blames Alvarez for arrest warrant on case

DAVAO del Norte Rep. Antonio R. Floirendo Jr. has blamed Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez for the warrant of arrest that the Sandiganbayan issued against him yesterday.  

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PDEA: 6 Davao barangay officials are in watchlist

THE PHILIPPINE Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) yesterday confirmed that six narco-politicians are based in the Davao region.

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Housewife nabbed in drug bust

A 29-YEAR-OLD housewife was arrested by the drug enforcement unit of the Talomo Police Precinct in an entrapment operation at Km. 6, C.P. Garcia Highway in Buhangin around 3:15 p.m. on Saturday.

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DCPO, DepEd assure security in DavRAA

THE DAVAO City Police Office has deployed 8,000 PNP personnel, soldiers, volunteer police auxiliary and other security forces to secure the Davao Region Athletic Association sports event from Feb. 18 to 23, 2018, held in the city.

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Councilor seeks amendment to anti-discrimination law

The city’s anti-discrimination ordinance which was passed in 2012, may no longer be enough to protect workers who have health concerns.

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Giant gold ribbon at City Hall facade

A giant golden ribbon will be unveiled this week as part of City Hall’s support for the commemoration of the Childhood Cancer Day, which is celebrated every Feb. 15.

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