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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Editorial

EDITORIAL

Catching tourists ACCORDING to award-winning international travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler, three famous tourist destinations in the country were some of the world’s best islands...

EDITORIAL

Protect, conserve fishery resources AS AN island nation, the Philippines necessarily depends on its fishery resources for its food. Fish used to be among the...

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Never forget IT IS heartening to see that many of those who joined yesterday’s Black Friday protests across the country against the burial of dictator...

EDITORIAL

Adding insult to injury “ADDING insult to deep injuries” – this is how the still unresolved Maguindanao massacre is being characterized. In 2010 during his...

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Impunity reigns SEVEN years after the wholesale slaughter of media personnel and other civilians in the infamous Maguindanao / Ampatuan massacre in 2009, impunity still...

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Resurrecting the ‘pork’ THE pork barrel may still be alive despite the Supreme Court ruling on the unconstitutionality of the Priority Development Assistance Fund. The...

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It starts in the barangay THE WAR against drugs is being brought to the barangays, the smallest administrative division in the country. Good grassroots governance...

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Closed season FROM Nov. 15, 2016 to Feb. 15, 2017 it is prohibited to catch sardines, herrings and mackerels in the Visayan Sea – a...

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The right to safe products CONSUMERS must always exercise their right to product safety. As popular Christmas decorations such as holiday lights enjoy brisk sales...

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Sneak burial fit for Marcos HE RULED SNEAKILY. He was buried sneakily. The sneaky burial of deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos yesterday was perhaps fitting for the...

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