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Posts published in “Day: February 6, 2020”

Man arrested after fight with girlfriend

A 24-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly threatened his girlfriend with a gun in Catalunan Pequeño, Talomo District on Feb. 3. The victim filed a report in the Talomo…

Duterte leads blessing of P155-M worth of vehicles

Mayor Sara Duterte led the blessing of newly acquired government vehicles at the City Hall grounds yesterday. The vehicles are distributed to the City Social Services and Development Office, City…

Editorial | To wear or not to wear

The 2019-nCoV scare has driven many to wear masks, some of them preferring the N-95 type which was often used during the Taal crisis, thinking it can protect them from…

Rough Cuts | Wanted: a monument for a native hero

We are still not through with our thoughts on history, especially on that of our beloved adopted City of Davao. Isn’t it that in a little over a month Davaoeños…

Random Thoughts | Yes to Metro Davao, No to Cabotage Law

“METRO DAVAO. Officials to request PRRD to issue proclamation”. (Samantha T. Burgos) Mindanao Times headline, January 10, 2020 “Exec: Forum to review Cabotage Law Impact.” (Carmelito Q. Francisco).-oOo- “We move…

Wanderlust | Yellow Cab goes free and solo

Sometimes you just want to be alone and it’s totally okay. You just want to go to your favorite restaurant and order your preferred food without having to deal with…

Council allows mayor to sign MOA on jobs

The City Council has approved an ordinance granting the authority of the city mayor to sign a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE XI)…

Town to embark on tourism events

A town in Davao del Sur, Sta. Cruz, is embarking on eco-tourism activities to highlight its attractions, particularly the highest mountain of the country, Mt. Apo. Julius Paner, tourism officer…

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