February 22, 2019 9:44 pm
A firefighter cleared some debris after a fire broke out on Wednesday afternoon in Purok 4, Isla Verde, Barangay 23-C in Davao City that destroyed around 200 houses in the area. (Mary Joy Alferez/davaotoday.com)
Residents of Purok 4, Isla Verde, Barangay 23-C in Davao City were in complete chaos after a fire broke out at around 1:20 p.m. on Wednesday that destroyed around 200 houses in the area. (Princess Regina Clamohoy/davaotoday.com)
Former Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go and Presidential son Sebastian “Baste” Duterte chat with National Democratic Front of the Philippines-Mindanao spokesperson Ka Joaquin Jacinto and the head of the New People’s Army Custodial Unit after the formal release and turn-over ceremony of the eight Prisoners of War on Tuesday, February 19, 2018 in the mountainous part of Bayugan City in Agusan del Sur. (More…) (Mara S. Genotiva/davaotoday.com)
Two kids spend their afternoon selling heart-shaped flowers and red balloons to couples spending Valentine’s Day in Davao’s Rizal Park. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
Defying height and the risk on the possibility of an electric shock, these linemen from Davao Light bravely hang themselves in one of the electric poles in Sasa, Davao City on Thursday morning to make some repairs on electrical cables and wires. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
Students from Chong Hua High School perform the traditional dragon dance as the Chinese Community in Davao City celebrate Chinese New Year at Rizal Park on Monday, February 4. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
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A total of 18 entries in this year’s 1st Kosplay Kadayawan showcased their different interpretation of the city’s iconic Philippine Eagle.
More than 1,600 Lumad evacuees took the national highway on Monday, July 30, in a bid to reach the provincial capital Tandag City, as a protest against the military encampment of their communities.
In President Rodrigo Duterte’s hometown, groups staged a protest rally as he delivered his third State of the Nation Address on Monday, July 23.
More than a thousand indigenous people from 15 rural villages in the municipalities of San Agustin, Tago, and Lianga, this province fled their homes on Monday, July 15, after a month of military encampment of their communities.
Davaoeños exercised their right to vote during Monday’s, May 14, Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections in different voting precincts here.
The cries and pleas of decades-old residents of Barangay 26-C Salmonan in Davao City did not stop the demolition team from destroying 67 of their homes despite their claims of an ongoing legal process.
Three major labor federations march alongside each other in the streets here on May 1 to denounce President Rodrigo Duterte’s failure to fulfill his campaign promise to stop any form of labor-only contracting in the country.
The biggest triathlon event of the year, the Alveo IronMan 70.3 Davao, drew record 1,780 participants from over 45 countries that included past IronMan winners, triathlon champions, rising contenders and aspiring athletes all gathered at the event held in Azuela Cove, Lanang, Davao City.
MANOBO CRAFT. A Manobo woman sells rattan crafts during the Araw ng Davao Parada Dabawenyo on March 16. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
This year’s Parada Dabawenyo which began its route at Roxas Avenue, highlighted the different colors and faces of Davaoeños as the city of Davao celebrates its 81st birthday. With 325 contingents, the five-hour parade was well received by locals and foreigners alike.