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Ledesma: A mother instinct
THE decision of Mayor Inday Sara to forego with the celebration of Araw ng Davao and limiting the numbers of send-off and welcoming parties in the airport is a measure that aptly responds to the emergencies of the time and ...
From 15 days ago
Ledesma: Save the water districts
THE staging of the 41st National Convention of the Philippine Association of Water Districts in Davao City this week is apt in terms of time and venue. For one, our own Davao City Water District (DCWD) is midway in the ...
From 23 days ago
HARAN is a holding place for members of indigenous peoples (Lumad). It is based in Davao City and being supervised by the United Church of Christ in the Philippines in cooperation with other religious groups and non-government organizations. Why the ...
From 29 days ago
Ledesma: Davao de Oro
WHILE the entire nation celebrates the country's triumph in the 30th SEA Games, a thousand miles down south, the political leaders of Compostela Valley province and their constituents are deliriously celebrating a historic and significant event -- the "ratification by ...
From 77 days ago
Ledesma: Davao-Samal Bridge and the mysterious cauldron
THE economic team of the Duterte administration had reviewed and finally purged big ticket projects that are simply impossible to accomplish. These include Sorsogon-Samar and Leyte-Surigao bridges that are technically unachievable given the depth and the water current in the ...
From 98 days ago
Ledesma: YVO and the call for boycott
YOLANDA Villanueva-Ong (YVO) desperately tries to veer away from the magma of profanities in response to her cuss words against the people of Mindanao this time by dragging the name of Senator Christopher “Bong” Go in the issue of drugs.This ...
From 105 days ago
Ledesma: The best of virtues in the face of tragedy (First of two parts)
NATURAL disasters are unpredictable and the havoc that these may cause can be horrendous and catastrophic.Several decades ago tsunami hit the coastal towns south of then undivided Cotabato province. In another tragic event a powerful earthquake crumbled many buildings in ...
From 112 days ago
Ledesma: My country today (Last of three parts)
BUT the Filipino electorate had seen them all and threatened by the unabated rise of corruption and crime opted to elect a candidate once dubbed by Time Magazine as the “Punisher” who rid his city of syndicated crime, drug pushers ...
From 128 days ago
Ledesma: My country today (second of three parts)
FIDEL Ramos came just in the nick of time to save NCR literally from total darkness. Biting the bullet, President Ramos entered into an onerous contract with Independent Power Producer (IPP) and agreed to buy whatever power generated by the ...
From 129 days ago
Ledesma: My country today (First of two parts)
WELCOME delegates and guests to the 31st Association of Southeast Asia Nations summit and the Asean 50th Anniversary. The Philippines is populated by over 105 million people of diverse ethnic tribes and cultures, religious affiliations living in unique harmony.We are ...
From 130 days ago