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6 years ago

Today’s View: A Birthday Holiday

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Today’s View: A Birthday Holiday

By DON J. PAGUSARA

Davao Today

My childhood years were filled with random dreams and not-so-intentional glories.  But they come as happenstances with childhood drives and urge to excel in everything — from shatung to basketball, to high jump, to gardening to handicrafts making.  And to give fleshly meaning to parents’ and mentors’ exhortation in the cliché Burn your midnight candle! 

6 years ago

TUTTI FRUTTI

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These yummy fruits in Davao City’s Agdao public market are certainly delicious, nutritious and could fill our hungry stomachs —…

6 years ago

CONTRAST

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Despite the Aquino government’s declaration of “great economic success” with the supposed 7.8 percent growth rate of the country’s Gross…

6 years ago

SMOKE-FREE CITY

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Councilor Melchor Quitain (right) receives the recognition for Davao City for its “outstanding contribution to the tobacco control” in Southeast…

6 years ago

UP CLOSE

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Fans of novelty pop rockers ‘Parokya ni Edgar’ (Edgar’s Parish) have their CDs signed by their music idols Saturday at…

6 years ago

Davao City tightens security

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Davao City tightens security

By JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA

Davao Today

“Foot patrols (and) the checkpoints are 24/7.  One of the stations at any one time should be conducting a checkpoint in the three entries to the city including the fourth from Samal Island.” — Chief Superintendent Jaime Morente, outgoing Regional Director of the Philippine National Police

6 years ago

Today’s View: From Poverty to Frivolity?

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Today’s View: From Poverty to Frivolity?

By DON J. PAGUSARA

Davao Today

Indeed, it sounds like a frivolity for Mr. Virgilio Almario to advance a proposal that is meant to change the spelling of Pilipinas toFilipinas.  Of all the urgent matters and issues that need to be addressed, here comes a very inconsequential proposition that wouldn’t at all touch the daily lives of our people.

6 years ago

MULTIPURPOSE

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After hours of picking and transporting garbage which they sell at the junk shops, a father and child take respite…