“Around 9 am on November 4, I saw two bulldozers ready to flatter the land where we live.”
Author Archives: DAVAO TODAY
The registration for the Davao Safety QR (DQR) Code, an electronic tracing and travel pass platform to be used in the city for this pandemic, have resumed last Monday after fixing its glitches and data security concern.
The displaced Manobo Lumads in UCCP Haran clarified that the infant that died last week was not related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) as claimed by some Facebook pages.
A community college in Davao de Oro decries how the provincial government has handled the turnover of their stranded student-scholars who wanted to go home.
STATEMENT: National Union of Journalists of the Philippines
As in years past, we observe World Press Freedom Day more for the lack than the reality.
Netizens and activists express their dismay and anger by making #OustDuterte the top trend on Twitter Wednesday night after President Rodrigo Duterte warned that he will order “Left” activists and violators of Quarantine to be shot.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio does not want a ceasefire with communist rebels in the city this holiday season.
Human rights group Karapatan welcomes the move of Pres. Duterte to revive the peace talks between his government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP).
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) Party-list representative assailed the police in Bukidnon who she said “harassed and violated” her and her group’s rights, including the “victims of the frustrated extrajudicial killing” they intended to visit.
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) on Monday responded on President Rodrigo Duterte’s pronouncement of 35 percent salary increase, saying it is “unsatisfactory” and will “not appease teachers’ growing restlessness” in their demand for a substantial pay hike.