The Pasalubong Center is eyeing providing a portion of its space as a marketing center of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP).
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Another fire hit the City, Thursday, marking the 24th fire here for the month of August based on the reports of the Central Fire Station-Davao Region.
Bayan Muna National Chair and former representative Neri Colmenares slammed the Department of Justice for issuing a subpoena on him and other left-leaning personalities on alleged “kidnapping” of student activists.
Several netizens criticized the winning group of Indak-Indak Dance Competition for their costume, which they claim lack cultural sensitivity.
The City Council proposed to have an ordinance mandating to put up a defibrillator in sports event following the death of an athlete in a recent sports event held in the city.
About 150 houses Friday were razed by a huge fire, Friday noon, at Brgy 23-C Isla Verde, an urban poor community in a coastal area here.
A DISASTROUS mess. That, in a nutshell, is the picture painted by field reports obtained by PCIJ from poll watchdogs National Citizens’ Movement for Free Elections (NAMFREL) and Legal Network for Truthful Elections (LENTE) regarding the pilot testing of the Voter Registration Verification Machines (VRVMs) during the May 13, 2019 elections.
THE MAY 2019 elections have been declared to be fraud-free by both election officials and watchdogs, but by all indications, its conduct and process were not entirely fault-free.
A group advocating for the rights of persons with disability (PWD) asked the city council to inspect newly constructed buildings in the city that failed to comply in providing accessibility for PWDs.
A city councilor is proposing a local law that will mandate all motorcycle users, including their passengers, to wear reflectorized vests when traveling along the City’s roads especially at night.