Mostly young Filipino voters went in droves clogging all voters’ registration stations spread across the city on the last day of voters’ registration on September 29, as the Commission on Elections noted a sharp increase in the number of application.
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Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio delivers her second State of the City Address (SOCA), highlighting the continued gains of her administration on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, at the Sangguniang Panglungsod Sessional Hall. (Danielle Fanlo/davaotoday.com)
Sixty-seven-year old Ma. Cristina Teofilo walks with a limp as she keeps pace
with other senior citizens who are joining this annual commemoration of the Filipino Elderly Week on Monday.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – An award-winning director of independent, or indie, films expressed alarm over the red-tagging of his film…
Demolitions of urban poor communities continue to be implemented in the city, this time around 30 families in Purok 5, Puan, Talomo Proper were affected after their houses were torn down on Wednesday.
Fidel Agcaoili, chief negotiator of National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), said the military has a well-established record of human rights violations in the country.
World Championship of Performing Arts Philippines Inc. has conducted a one-day audition at SM Ecoland last September 12 to look for world-class talents in Davao City.
The administration of President Rodrigo Duterte is responsible for the rise of cases of workers’ strikes in the country.
To prove that he could no longer be subjected to court martial and arrested by the militay nor could charges against him be revived, Senator Antonio Trillanes on Wednesday provided documents that showed his dismissal from military service.
The police regional office here has deployed more than 500 officers in the region’s major urban centers to thwart any terror attacks as it urged civilians to be more vigilant in light of the recent bombing in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat.