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Posts published in “Day: September 21, 2020”

Early Christmas

Confiscated ukay-ukay clothes, shoes donated to kids THE DAVAO City Ancillary Services Unit (ASU) has donated sacks of shoes and used clothes (ukay-ukay) to children, girls, and women in various…

2 men arrested in drug bust, almost P100-K shabu seized

TWO ALLEGED drug suspects were nabbed in a buy-bust operation along Del Pilar Street, Agdao District around 5 p.m. on Sept. 18. They were identified as Peter Salibay and Rodel…

Ex-rebel’s tip lead army to NPA’s firearms stash

NINE high-powered firearms belonging to the NPA’s Guerilla Front 55 were recovered by joint elements of the 89th Infantry Battalion, 1003rd Brigade, and 103rd MICO in a remote area of…

ROUGH CUTS: Development: its pains and gains

LATE last week, we received an email from the Save Paradise Reef Movement, a convergence of people espousing concern on the future of the reefs on the sea on the…

PUBLISHER’S NOTES: Random Updates

THE PRESIDENCY — Yesterday, I was glued to the TV, watching Netflix’s “Designated Survivor,” a movie series about a US public official who was “designated” to become president (not the…

TIMESMAN: Drinking technique!

THE lifting of the liquor ban will take effect today, Sept. 21, after the city government imposed a 24-hour ban on selling and drinking of alcoholic drinks in the middle…

Grow zero-carbon power to meet climate goals: analysis

ALL new electricity supply growth worldwide can now come from zero-carbon sources, according to a plan released by businesses and environmental advocates Wednesday that charts the path to a net-zero…

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