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Posts published in “Day: July 24, 2019

9 Davao del Norte schools suspended due to threats

Classes in nine schools in Talaingod, Davao del Norte were suspended since Monday due to the threat of pangayao (tribal war) targeting school teachers. The cancellation of classes came after…

Ex-prison guard nabbed for drugs

A former Bureau of Corrections (BOC) prison guard was arrested for alleged P600,000 worth shabu in a buy-bust operation conducted by agents of Talomo police in Barangay 31-D, Poblacion Monday…

Council tackles 6 requests

The City Council discussed yesterday the budget allocation for six barangay and school requests. The councilors passed on first reading the requests. Barangay Chair Ricardo Gierran of Barangay Tawan-Tawan, Baguio…

PRO XI ‘Sona was peaceful’

The Police  Regional Office reported nothing eventful that occurred in Davao City during President Rodrigo Duterte’s fourth state of the nation address (Sona) on Monday. Brig. Gen. Marcelo Morales, regional…

Discrepancies noted in city gov’t accounts

The  Commission on Audit (COA) has issued a qualified opinion to the city government that it has not maintained Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) as there were receipts that did…

Alleged gunrunner captured in joint CIDG-police operation

An alleged gunrunner and his live-in partner were arrested by operatives of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-Davao City in an operation in San Antonio, Agdao District yesterday morning. Maj.…

Rough Cuts | The strong and weak points in PRRD’s SONA

Indeed the President’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) last Monday was subject to rigid scrutiny by analysts who could be extremely biased against, fairly fair for, or apparently biased…

Editorial | Federalism, not quite there

Federalism was the wind beneath the wings of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte when he ran for the highest position of the land in 2016. Until last year, the president was optimistic…

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