Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte said she is both heartbroken and furious over the death of a 3-year-old boy allegedly beaten by his stepfather in Matina Pangi, on Wednesday, August 24.
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The City Veterinarians Office said there is no need to worry eating shellfish sold here since no shellfish tested at the monitoring laboratory came out positive with red tide toxins so far.
Last August 19, Amelia Pond, a teacher and researcher for the Salugpongan Schools was illegally arrested in Cebu City after attending the national assembly of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines of which she was the regional coordinator for Davao.
Two days before the resumption of the formal talks between the government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, four members of the New People’s Army were killed after a military offensive on August 20 in San Luis, Agusan del Sur.
The City Council approved the appointment of City Administrator Zuleika Lopez in a resolution passed on Tuesday, August 23.
Some 55 new City Hall employees attended the first day of the two-day orientation seminar by the Human Resource Management Office to educate them of their duties and responsibilities as government employees on Tuesday, August 23.
Three organic farm restaurants can now claim that their products are 100 percent organically grown and produce after receiving the Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) organic certication.
Ferdinand E. Marcos, who was President of the Philippines from 1965 to 1986, did a lot of injustice to the indigenous peoples/Lumad and Moro of Mindanao.
The Communist Party of the Philippines and the National Operational Command of the New People’s Army issued a unilateral declaration of a seven-day ceasefire that will take effect starting Sunday, August 21.
These children are among those who were left homeless after a fire gutted their community in Purok 4-A, Barangay 23-C Mini Forest in Davao City early morning Thursday, August 18, 2016. The Davao City Social Services and Development Office (CSSDO) said more or less 36 families were affected by the fire. (City Information Office)