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Editorial | Boon or bane?

Finally, the government, through the Independent Electricity Market Operator of the Philippines, will start operating the wholesale electricity spot market (WESM), after so many years…

Editorial | Investing in children

Yesterday was a historic event for the children in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region Muslim Mindanao. A resolution “giving full support to Bangsamoro Children’s Declaration in…

Editorial | Of quakes and aftershocks

Since the magnitude 5.9 earthquake in Kadingilan, Bukidnon at 9:22 p.m., there have been 65 aftershocks recorded by the Philvocs as of 3:46 p.m. yesterday.…

Editorial | Sighs of the river

There are many stories about the Davao river but none as grand and mystical as the story of Datu Bago, the city’s hero. He built…

Editorial | Justice and promises

As the media community marks the 10th year of the so-called Ampatuan massacre on November 23, the families of the 58 victims continue to wait…

Editorial | Dreaming big

Everything starts with a dream. We had the pleasure of interviewing remarkable people over the years and their stories always begin with “I had a…

Editorial | Moving forward after the quake

The loss of potential revenue from tourism due to the earthquakes in the month of October is a certainty. We soldier on, as the saying…

Editorial | Ending martial law

The city has clamored for the exclusion of martial law in Mindanao, as repeatedly exhorted by Mayor Sara Duterte this year. Last August 6, the…

Editorial | Defining issue, defining time

“Climate Change is the defining issue of our time and we are at a defining moment. From shifting weather patterns that threaten food production, to…

Editorial | Keeping children safe

It happened in August 2016. Three year old Kean Gabriel Agustin died in the hands of his stepfather, the circumstances of which shocked the city.…

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