• MEANS TO SURVIVE

    Displaced Marawi City residents at the covered court of Saguiaran town in Lanao del Sur on Wednesday, October 18 sell various goods to earn cash and buy their children’s milk and diapers. (Lorie Ann A. Cascaro/davaotoday.com)

  • DAVAO ARREST

    Naravy Duquiatan, officer-in-charge of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency 11, bares to media photographs of evidences to be used against the cases against two high-profile illegal drug suspects arrested on October 17 in Davao City. (Mick Basa / davaotoday.com)

  • MARAWI VOLUNTEERS

    Some 300 youth leaders and college students in Iligan City light their candles to symbolize their pledge in helping rebuild the war-torn city of Marawi. (Contributed photo)

  • TRANSPORT STRIKE

    Several groups rally in downtown Davao City to protest against the national government’s plan to implement the modernization of jeepneys in the country, to which they say could displace at least 600,000 drivers. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

  • SLOW DAY

    A closed-cab tricycle passes a usually busy thoroughfare of Douglas MacArthur highway in Toril, Davao City during the transport strike on Monday, October 16. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

  • TAKE CARE OF THE OCEAN

    A boy chases after a can of soda he saw Sunday, October 15 while swimming in a resort in Barangay Gumasa, Glan, Sarangani Province. (Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano / davaotoday.com)

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STATEMENT| 2-day transport strike to demand junking of Duterte’s jeepney phaseout program

STATEMENT| 2-day transport strike to demand junking of Duterte’s jeepney phaseout program

We, public utility jeepney drivers, operators and commuters are united in holding the 2-day nationwide transport strike and people’s protest on October 16-17 to demand the junking of the Duterte...
STATEMENT | Duterte’s ‘revolutionary government’ is nothing but dictatorship

STATEMENT | Duterte’s ‘revolutionary government’ is nothing but dictatorship

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte’s idea of a “revolutionary government” is nothing else but the one-man dictatorship that he has been repeatedly dreaming of since last year....
OPEN LETTER| Wife writes UNHRC to release Mindanao bishop, PH political prisoners

OPEN LETTER| Wife writes UNHRC to release Mindanao bishop, PH political prisoners

An Open Letter written by Maria Teofilina Morales, wife of retired IFI bishop, Carlo Morales to the 39 Member States of the UN Human Rights Council* on Monday, October 2...
POETRY| Maghanda ka Juan

POETRY| Maghanda ka Juan

The poem "Maghanda ka Juan" is written by Bro. Ronald Balgado C.Ss.R of the Redemptorists Church. He read the poem during the 45th anniversary commemoration of Martial Law in Roxas...
Un-forgetting the brutality of Martial Law

Un-forgetting the brutality of Martial Law

My grandparents’ house has an underground hole. It has been there since before I was born. For this reason, I was never bothered about its existence; I thought it was...
STATEMENT| Accountability, not nationwide Martial Law

STATEMENT| Accountability, not nationwide Martial Law

Konsyensya Dabaw stands with fellow Dabawenyos who believe that regardless of how we voted last May 2016, we should not shirk from exacting accountability from public leaders that have been...

Regions

Northern Mindanao PUJ drivers, operators to join transport strike

Northern Mindanao PUJ drivers, operators to join transport strike

Thousands of public utility jeepneys (PUJ) operators and drivers from Northern Mindanao will join the two-day nationwide strike, according to a transport group leader on Sunday, October 15....
Mayor Oscar Moreno's supporters say graft charges 'baseless'

Mayor Oscar Moreno's supporters say graft charges 'baseless'

Amid series of criminal and administrative complaints filed against Mayor Oscar Moreno, about 3,000 of his supporters staged a mass action on Saturday, October 7, at the Freedom Kiosk here...
Transport group opposes PUV fare hike proposal

Transport group opposes PUV fare hike proposal

A transport group in Northern Mindanao has called on government anew to scrap the oil deregulation law instead of increasing the public utility vehicle (PUV) fares....
Nene Pimentel backs beleaguered CDO mayor

Nene Pimentel backs beleaguered CDO mayor

Former senate president Aquilino “Nene” Pimentel Jr. expressed his support for the mayor of this city who has been threatened with dozens of criminal and administrative cases....
Ex-Maguindanao officials suspended over Pag-IBIG anomaly

Ex-Maguindanao officials suspended over Pag-IBIG anomaly

The Office of the Ombudsman ordered the dismissal of several South Upi officials over the local government’s failure to remit premiums and taxes a decade ago....
Court blocks Oscar Moreno’s dismissal

Court blocks Oscar Moreno’s dismissal

A new court order has blocked the dismissal of this city’s chief executive who is set to face a series of complaints in the coming days....

Photography

  • PLAY TIME

    A rainy weekend means play time for six-year-old Janwel Alberca and eight-year-old Doydoy Nuñez, students of Talomo Central Elementary School, as they glide through the slippery tiles of Nograles Park in Puan, Davao City on Sunday, September 24. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos/davaotoday.com)

  • IN PHOTOS | Remembering the late dictator

    MANILA, Philippines – More than a thousand Lumad and Moro trooped to the Libingan ng mga Bayani on Monday, September…

  • BIRDS FOR SALE

    Unaware of the avian flu virus that led to the killing of thousands of chickens and other fowls in Luzon, this woman sells these wild birds at P200 each in Cagayan de Oro City. Experts suspected the avian flu was transported from one area to another through migratory birds. (Jigger J. Jerusalem/davaotoday.com)

  • LOOK: In Kadayawan, a profusion of colors and smiles

    Indak-Indak, Kadayawan’s biggest drawing card, in pictures

  • TRIBUTE TO PEOPLES’ HEROES

    Prior to their march to Congress to protest the second State of the Nation Address of President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday, July 24 workers from Southern Mindanao Region light candles at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani in Quezon City and paid tribute to the martyrs of the people who offered their lives for the masses. (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)

  • ROCK FORMATION

    This rock formation that resembles a small island is found in Cape San Agustin in Governor Generoso town, Davao Oriental which faces the Celebes Sea. Cape San Agustin lies at the tip of the southeastern part of Mindanao. (Zea Io Ming c. Capistrano/davaotoday.com)

  • PAROLA

    This photo taken on Sunday, July 16 shows the famous Parola (lighthouse) in Governor Generos town in Davao Oriental which was built in 1938. The place is frequently visited by tourists who want to get a panoramic view of the Celebes Sea. (Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano/davaotoday.com)

  • SHADE OF BLUE

    A painter brushes the rolling gates of a shopping mall with blue paint in San Pedro Street in Davao City on Tuesday, July 4. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)

  • AFTERNOON RIDE

    Three men venture for an afternoon boat ride in the calm sea waters in Iligan Bay. As tensions continue in the nearby Marawi City, navy boats have been patrolling the area as part of measures to ensure security at the ports and other facilities in the area. (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)

  • MORNING SCOUR

    A resident does an early morning scour along the beaches of Linamon town in Lanao del Norte for edible seashells. (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)

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