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Posts published in “Day: December 13, 2019”

1,000 arrests, surrenders recorded since Jan. – Army

The Eastern Mindanao Command recorded more than 1,000 arrests and surrenders involving New People’s Army rebels from January to Dec. 10 this year. Lt. Gen. Felimon Santos Jr., EastMinCom chief,…

50-meter steel bridge to link community with dev’t

A barangay in Paquibato District that used to be under the influence of the Pulang Bagani Command 1 of the New People’s Army will benefit from the newly constructed Kapuso-Mapula…

Family Life | Christmas Musings 2 – The First Christmas

We try in many ways to catch the Christmas spirit with revelry, feasts, family reunions, gifts, and many more. For many, these bring only temporary enjoyment. Some experience a letdown…

Close to home | Raising nature lovers

During a Zoology class with the children from Grade Four in Tuburan Institute, we were talking about lions. I was telling them about the ways of the lions and their…

Honoring my Mother | The conversation protocol

Safe to say, with most of the population hung-up on the internet, language is “alive and well”, if one could call it that. In social media alone, if one took…

Rough Cuts | They who are ‘gidamay na lang’

Last Monday evening two men were shot dead by unidentified gunmen in sitio San Roque, Calinan, Davao City. According to broadcast reports the gunmen were on board a van that…

SEC issues regulations in reviving expired firms

The Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) has started accepting applications for the revival of expired corporations. According to SEC, Republic Act No. 11232 or the Revised Corporation Code of the…

Official: Connectivity a challenge in biz permit processing

Local government units(LGUs) in the Davao Region that want to streamline their business permit application processes face the challenge of either poor or no connectivity, Department of Trade and Industry…

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