The proposed monorail project in Davao is seen to improve public transportation, a welcome development from what an expert termed as a major shift from being a “car to transit oriented” community, an official from the Philippine Institute of Environmental Planners (PIEP) said.
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A peasant group has challenged political aspirants to make a genuine stand on issues that matter to poor Filipinos as the campaign for 2019 mid-term polls began.
The environmental group EcoWaste Coalition has made an appeal to all candidates and political parties for the midterm elections this May to rally behind a waste-free exercise of democracy.
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers expressed alarm over the Court of Appeals’ junking of their petition to stop the Philippine National Police from profiling its members.
The AlterMidya Network, a national network of over 30 independent and alternative news organizations in the Philippines, strongly condemns the continuing series of cyberattacks against two of its members, online news outfits Bulatlat.com and Kodao Productions.
Programmed infrastructure development projects worth billions of pesos will soon be implemented in various areas in the Davao region, the National Economic Development Authority in the area-11 (NEDA) reported.
Here’s the record of attendance of the Davao City Councilors from January to December 2018.
Child rights group slammed legislators in using children for political agenda as the substitute bill amending the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act was approved on Monday, January 21 by the House committee on justice.
Members of the community of Ateneo de Davao University (ADDU) community gathered for a candle lighting for peace activity earlier on Monday in support to the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) plebiscite.
Ateneo de Davao University President Fr. Joel E. Tabora leads the community candle lighting activity in support to the Bangsamoro Organic Law plebiscite on Monday, January 21, 2018 at the Our Lady of Compassion Statue in Roxas Avenue in Davao City. (Charwin Mae Salarda/davaotoday.com)