Author Archives: GRACE S. UDDIN

10 years ago

Davao farmers root for the countrywide caravan Lakbayan

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By GRACE S. UDDIN
The 10-day nationwide caravan aimed to bring to government’s attention the issues of farmers like Cabisay. More than 7,000 farmers coming from as far as Tarlac in the north and Davao City in the south will converge in Quezon City to join the long March to Malacañang on the day that marks the 23rd year of the massacre in Mendiola.

11 years ago

Migrante bats for OFW protection

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By GRACE S. UDDIN
“The overseas foreign workers are called ‘modern day heroes’ but the government has failed to provide for them,” said Gina Garboni, secretary-general of Migrante International during the first celebration of the international migrants’ day.

11 years ago

A son’s Christmas wish

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By GRACE S. UDDIN
If Christmas wishes could be granted, Bayan Intise, wanted to see his father and mother again. They disappeared somewhere in General Santos City on October 26, three years ago.

11 years ago

Duterte father and daughter team up against Nograles

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By GRACE S. UDDIN
The much-awaited showdown between Davao’s two fiercest political opponents begins as Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and daughter Sara Duterte formally declared a team up against House Speaker Prospero Nograles’ bid to run for mayor in the city.