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Rough Cuts | This fight is worth everybody’s watch

Whatever remaining bridge that used to connect the two — personally and politically — is totally burned.

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Rough Cuts | Who’s going to blink first?

Establishments are volunteering to put up the glow in the dark signs even before the ordinance is passed.

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Editorial | Real challenge

In a few months barangay officials will once again be front and center during the May 14 elections.

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Rough Cuts | Why are so many of us still gullible?

Just recently, three women admitted being duped by a Cameroonian in a financial scheme.

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Editorial | Monitoring is key

It was Mindanao Times columnist Vic Sumalinog who first posed last week the questions on the recent increase in taxicab fares.

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Nunot sa Alisngaw sa Kape | Patay silang bata sila

Dali nga nahuman ang akong gitrabaho kaniadtong milabay nga Huwebes nga mao ang pagpamalhin sa mga tanom ni Misis sa kilid sa among balay.

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She’s a new breed of government servant

We take our hat off lawyer Teresita Yniguez, regional director of the Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) for showing she is among the very few who met the standard of new breed of ideal government servants, one of few

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Rough Cuts | When is the SSS pension hike due?

Davao City’s third district councilor Mary Joselle Villafuerte, Council Committee on Health chair, is lamenting on reports that the Bureau of Customs Davao District Port is allegedly blocking the release of anesthetics and vaccines.

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