Editorial

Who should be afraid of fake news? SINCE the advent of social media, fake news has become the byword used to call out an issue talked or written about as a brazen lie spread online intended to defame a person. But this development is not really new. Before social media came into being, the fake […]

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EDITORIAL

Forgotten and ignored by CBCP “WE invite you to offer prayers particularly for those killed in the government’s campaign against drugs, as well as for all victims of violence and the war in Marawi, in our country for a 40-day period, starting September 23 and ending on November 1,”  the Catholic Bishops Conference of the […]

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Editorial

Mental dishonesty THE long and tedious process of coming to a decision taken by the Fernandez administration to transfer the location of the Dagupan City Hall to a donated lot in Barangay Pantal is finally over. Hence, it cannot be said that the process was fast-tracked, short-circuited and rushed. Any and all possible negative impacts […]

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Editorial

Certification as ‘Drug-free’, a serious process IT is encouraging to learn that more towns are expected to be certified to be drug-free by the Regional Oversight Committee, after a validation process by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency. To date, six have already been certified as drug-free, namely: San Nicolas Mapandan, Dasol, Agno, Bani, Laoac and […]

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