Police Regional Office 11 spokesperson Police Chief Insp. Andrea Dela Cerna announces in a press briefing on Wednesday, Jan. 18 the creation of the Road Discipline Task Force, which will conduct road clearing operations to ease the traffic congestion as well as to instill discipline among motorists. (Jaycel Villacorte/davaotoday.com)
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In an attempt to discipline motorists, prevent road accidents and lessen the road congestion, the Davao City Police Office will implement a road clearing operation in the city, an official announced on Wednesday.
City Councilor Bernard Al-ag urged the City Transport and Traffic Office and Land Transport Office to ban overloaded trucks plying from Barangay Mandug to Callawa to prevent further damage to the roads.
By: Christine Megrino, Intern DAVAO CITY, Philippines — A city councilor on Tuesday said that the successful state visit of…
Bai Ali Indayla, a nominee of the Gabriela Women’s Party, says that only through education can Filipino women truly understand the real importance of fighting for their rights in a press conference on Monday, Jan. 16.
Educator and former Gabriela Women’s Party representative Luzviminda Ilagan encourages the public to support the One Billion Rising movement, which aims to change the people’s perspective on violence that affects not just men, but women as well in a press conference on Monday, Jan. 16 (Jaycel Villacorte/davaotoday.com)
Organizers of the “One Billion Rising,” a mass action campaign to end violence against women, pitched the OBR campaign to show support on the slated 3rd round of peace talks between the government and the communist group in Rome, Italy.
A militant lawmaker believes that adding taxes to collect is not the solution for the government to gain more funds.
Students of Mintal Elementary School wave Japanese and Philippine flags on Friday morning, Jan. 13, 2017 as they await for the arrival of Japan First Lady Akie Abe in Barangay Mintal. The village is known as the Little Tokyo of prewar Philippines. (Christine Megriño/davaotoday.com)
The International Youth Fellowship Philippines will hold its 2017 IYF World camp here “to cultivate the hearts of the people especially the youth.”