Some 300 youth leaders and college students in Iligan City light their candles to symbolize their pledge in helping rebuild the war-torn city of Marawi. (Contributed photo)
Author Archives: DAVAO TODAY
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in this region announced on Monday, October 16, that it is opening the landslide-affected section of the Carlos P. Garcia Highway for vehicular traffic.
A significant number of toys that lack the required product labeling information are being sold in several stores here, a consumer group said on Monday, October 16.
We, public utility jeepney drivers, operators and commuters are united in holding the 2-day nationwide transport strike and people’s protest on October 16-17 to demand the junking of the Duterte administration’s Jeepney Phaseout Program.
Pres. Rodrigo Duterte’s idea of a “revolutionary government” is nothing else but the one-man dictatorship that he has been repeatedly dreaming of since last year.
Matina Aplaya portion of Davao City’s Mac Arthur Highway (CCTV image from Davao City Public Safety Security Command Center)
An Open Letter written by Maria Teofilina Morales, wife of retired IFI bishop, Carlo Morales to the 39 Member States of the UN Human Rights Council* on Monday, October 2
Residents are encouraged to store water supply for Saturday, September 30, as Davao City Water District (DSWD) announced a 16-hour water interruption in major parts of the city.
The poem “Maghanda ka Juan” is written by Bro. Ronald Balgado C.Ss.R of the Redemptorists Church. He read the poem during the 45th anniversary commemoration of Martial Law in Roxas Avenue, Davao City on September 21, 2017
Barangay Matina Crossing 74-A here has a new village chief after former Punong Barangay Atty. Angela Librado-Trinidad filed her resignation last week.