A Certain Darkness

A Certain Darkness

A Certain Darkness The messy truth in the privatization of the Albay Electric Cooperative [ALECO] has now surfaced after as the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines has issued a power supply disconnection letter, to Albay Power and ...

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Too Close, So Soon

Too Close, So Soon

The blast that killed 14 and maimed 71 persons in the night market along Roxas Boulevard in Davao City has showed the vulnerability of peace and order situation of any place in the country. The ground zero happened right into the place of the ...

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Not all Journalists are Son of a Bitch

Not all Journalists are Son of a Bitch

The tough-talking incoming president who will be sworn in on June 30 has said his piece about his poor perception of Filipino media practitioners. His words are straightforward and harsh. Quoting him “Many slain journalists in the Philippines ...

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Negotiation or Arbitration?

Negotiation or Arbitration?

The pronounced bluntness made by Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jinhua in Davao City who accused the Philippine government of violations of Declaration of Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea is uncalled for. As a sovereign country like the ...

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Empty – handed

Empty – handed

Editorial The final press briefing for the security preparations for safe and fair national and local election 2016 held yesterday at Camp Simeon A. Ola Conference room was not attended by the regional director of the COMELEC, instead he sent ...

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Deaths in the Gold mines

Deaths in the Gold mines

Editorial The recent deaths of five miners in Aroroy, Masbate gold mines is the latest shocking testament to a weak implementations of government’s  safety standards in the work place – particularly in the mine sites. The absence of the ...

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