An official of the Mindanao Development Authority said that investing in research and development will improve the competitiveness of ASEAN economies.
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A research institution said that the recent attacks on indigenous people’s schools in Mindanao is affecting other alternative learning centers in the region.
A partylist lawmaker said the Department of Science and Technology should get more funds to improve agriculture and food production in the country.
The Provincial Police Office recently filed charges on Monday against two identified suspects of the killing of Monkayo deputy mayor Fortunato Pedoy.
A cooperative from Tagum City was recently awarded the 1st Galing Pook Citizenship Award 2015 in a ceremony held in Pasay City from August 30 to September 1.
Around 200 farmers from Tarragona, Davao Oriental received a P2.3 million worth of rubber production project from the Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office 11, Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process and the provincial government.
Davao del Norte governor Rodolfo del Rosario announces that he has no plans yet after his term ends during his birthday celebration held at the Davao Del Norte Sports and Tourism Complex on Tuesday.
The labor group Associated Labor Unions seeks the approval from the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to accredit its labor union-based national political party.
A graphic artist from Davao City was nabbed by the local police for selling illegal drugs in a buy bust operation Saturday evening.
Lawmakers from Gabriela Women’s Party questions the government’s poverty alleviation program (Conditional Cash Transfer, CCT) as it is “bound to burden Filipinos with loan and interest payments for several decades.”
Workers group Kilusang Mayo Uno expressed their solid support to Bayan Muna Representative Neri Colmenares on his candidacy as a senator.
A human rights group has declined to provide a resource speaker for the human rights training of the Army in Agusan del Sur.