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Rough Cuts: One school with zero teacher items

We believe that the Department of Education (DepEd) should look into this school situation very seriously. We mean the situation of Talandang National High School…

Timesman: I want to be a pilot

The Commission on Higher Education’s (CHED) commitment to embrace “internationalization” of the colleges and universities under its supervision as well as the vibrant student exchange…

Honoring my mother: Food for thought

It had been a few months since I last heard Sunday mass in the little chapel of our subdivision. Back then, we have decided to…

Rough Cuts: PLDT is not communicating

Sometime in late 2016 (Or was it early 2017?), the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) through a service provider, started erecting poles and stringing…

Editorial: Punish the `forgetful’

There is a logical explanation as why local government units (LGUs) set aside a part of their budget for calamity even before an incident could…

Nunot: Pa disyerto na daw ang Pinas?

Subay sa akong naandan kaniadtong milabay nga Huwebes sa gabi-i human manihapon, nagtempla ko ug kape. Dayon milingkod atubangan sa akong computer aron susihon kon…

Editorial: Back to basics

The 88 pounds of plastic trash found inside the belly of a beached beaked whale in Mabini town, Compostela Valley, could be the most grim…

The victims are themselves partly to blame

Officials of the Kapa-Community Ministry International, Inc. and its allied organizations have been giving police and business regulatory authorities a run-around. This after a good…

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