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Posts published in “Day: July 11, 2019

4.9 magnitude aftershock sends Toril students panicking

Several students of Crossing Bayabas National High School experienced anxiety attacks due to the 4.9 aftershock that sent teachers and students scampering to the campus grounds around 8 a.m. yesterday.…

New car buyers need to show parking space first

A lawmaker intends to pass an ordinance requiring buyers to present a proof of ownership for a parking space before they are allowed to acquire vehicles. Councilor Conrado Baluran, who…

1,661 suspects arrested in drug ops since 2017: DCPO

More than 1,000 individuals were arrested by elements of the Davao City Police Office during the intensified anti-illegal drug operations since Dec. 5, 2017. Speaking in yesterday’s AFP-PNP press conference…

NPA couple surrenders; wife 4-months pregnant

An NPA couple surrendered to the 8th Infantry Battalion in Poblacion Impasugong, Bukidnon yesterday. Lt. Col. Ronald Illana, the 8IB commander, said the surrenderees were the sixth couple to surrender…

104 motorists face raps for intoxicated driving

The Traffic Group said 104 violators face charges due to violation of the anti-drug and drunk driving law since February this year. Meanwhile, the number of vehicular incidents decreased since…

Youth rep to City Council seeks financial independence for SK

Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) federation president Jaffar Marohomsalic asked for financial independence among the youth leaders in the barangay amid the reported difficulties in accessing the SK funds. In a privilege…

Dayap to continue DCIPC investment track

Newly appointed chief of the Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC), April Marie Dayap sees the investments generated during the Davao Investment Conference 2019 as both a challenge and opportunity…

Davao City councilors mull additional taxes for telcos

The City Council passed on first reading on Tuesday a legislation that will generate income from telecommunication firms on top of the existing local taxes and regulatory fees. The said…

Rough Cuts | Who are these people trusting?

Finally cases of syndicated estafa have been filed against the top executive of the Kapa Community Ministry International, Inc. and his subalterns. The cases stem from the billions of pesos…

Editorial | Surviving the faults

Maybe all schools in the country and a good number of establishments have never failed to join earthquake drills at the behest of authorities. But how often do these exercises…

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