Author Archives: Paulo C. Rizal

1 year ago

SHADE OF BLUE

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SHADE OF BLUE

A painter brushes the rolling gates of a shopping mall with blue paint in San Pedro Street in Davao City on Tuesday, July 4. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)

1 year ago

ARMY TANK

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ARMY TANK

Two teens pose for a picture with a mobile personnel carrier parked outside the Davao City Hall building in San Pedro Street, Davao City Tuesday, July 4, the same day when the Supreme Court affirmed the Martial Law imposition in Mindanao. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)

1 year ago

UNVEILING

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UNVEILING

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, along with the deputy mayors of the 11 ethnolinguistic groups of Davao City reveal during a media launch at the Marco Polo Hotel on Monday the new logo for this year’s celebration of Kadayawan sa Dabaw celebration. Organizers tout this year’s Kadayawan celebration to be the “biggest and brightest” in a bid to attract more tourists amid the Martial Law declaration that has hampered business activity in the city. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)

1 year ago

THUMBS DOWN

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THUMBS DOWN

A disappointed resident leaves the Bangkerohan Gym in Davao City dismayed after “Fighting Senator” Manny Pacquiao lost to young Australian boxer Jeff Horn on Sunday, July 2. Residents claim that Pacquiao should have won, however, Pacquiao lost his welterweight belt to Horn through a 117-111 unanimous decision, keeping Horn’s undefeated record clean. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)

1 year ago

FANS

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FANS

Close to a thousand residents filled the Bangkerohan Gym in Davao City on Sunday, July 2 to watch the Filipino boxing hero Senator Manny Pacquiao beat Australia’s Jeff Horn . However, the same crowd also went home dejected after seeing their Pacquiao lose, (More…) (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)

1 year ago

DOST: Davao City should prepare for its own ‘Big One’

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DOST: Davao City should prepare for its own ‘Big One’

The city’s own “Big One” could come in the form of a magnitude 7, intensity 8 earthquake due to its proximity to the Central Davao Fault System, which lies 7.1 km southwest from the center of Davao City, said Department of Science and Technology Undersecretary for Disaster Risk Reduction Renato Solidum, Jr.