Around 4 pm, Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio filed her candidacy for reelection as mayor without much fanfare in the field office of Comelec in Magsaysay Park, Davao City, escorted only by presidential guards.
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More than 1,500 Sumifru workers lost their jobs recently in Tagbina, Surigao del Sur after management stopped production last June.
Veteran journalist and Davao Today columnist Margarita ‘Ging’ Valle will appeal to higher courts the decision of the Ombudsman to acquit police officers who wrongfully arrested her in June 2019.
The city established another swab center in Magsaysay Park to decongest the Santa Ana Health Center as it averages 2,000 persons a day as it accommodates walk-ins, F1 (first generation) category persons and referrals from District Offices.
Two retired Supreme Court (SC) justices, a former Vice President, and at least 52 petitioners asked the High Court to intervene and take measures to stop the attacks against the petitioners and counsels of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) of 2020 or R.A. 11479.
Lawyers and lumad advocates slammed the Philippine National Police for keeping a Bakwit School teacher away from family and lawyers in the past days.
“Around 9 am on November 4, I saw two bulldozers ready to flatter the land where we live.”
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.