The Davao City Mayor’s Office-Drainage Management Unit (CMO-DMU) said it is doubling its effort to locate the areas that need to upgrade or be added with drainages.
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Kaugmaon for Children’s Rights and Social Development, Inc. (Kaugmaon) continues to strengthen its advocacy against child labor through different activities carrying the theme, “Mga Batang Nanarbaho: Nakit-an; Nadunggan; Unsa ang Tubag sa Katilingban?”
Proponent of the anticipated Food Safety Ordinance here eyed for its immediate passage to regulate the selling of street foods in the city.
Following the case of 16 students and a mother who were hospitalized due to suspected food poisoning last June 19, council committee chair on health Mary Joselle Villafuerte wants to widen the scope of the pending Food Safety Ordinance here.
Kin of two Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), who died in appalling circumstances while on vacation here in the country, will receive assistance from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (Owwa).
A councilor here expressed concern over a proposed increase in zonal valuation that he feared would have a “negative-domino effect” to the booming economy of the city.
An official of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) here said they are yet to update the active fault in the city.
The tribal representative to the City Council here on Tuesday, urged the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) to investigate complaints of abuse relating to their land in the northwestern part of this city.
The Mindanao Culinary Festival (MCF) will be restaged this June 25-27 at the SM Lanang Premier to recognize the need to develop the talents and skills of students and professionals in the culinary industry.
A group of drivers from Mabuhay Group sought help from the City Council Tuesday, to complain about the management’s decision to terminate over a hundred of its employees since June 11.