Workers of Korean-owned Shin Sun Tropical Fruit Co. in Compostela town, Compostela Valley stopped work to condemn the illegal dismissal of 53 workers and the non-remittance of basic worker’s benefits.
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The Shin Sun Workers Union hold picket rally in front of Shin Sun Tropical Fruit Co.’s office in Sales street, Davao City, Monday, to call on the Korean company to reinstate the 53 terminated workers. The union says the workers were terminated without due process. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
Typhoon Pablo survivors are fearing they will be evicted from their homes in a housing project intended for survivors in San Antonio Village, Maparat, Compostela, Compostela Valley Province.
Davao City Investments and Promotion Center Acting Head Lemuel Ortonio said there are two Chinese, two Japanese, a Malaysian, and a Korean investors who approached their office for a possible investment in housing, hotels and health care services.
The Universal Islamic Center Foundation is set to exhibit Philippine Halal Trade and Tourism Expo this coming May 5-7 in a mall here.
In order not to hamper the success of government’s war on drug, the Department of Health said it fast-tracked the establishment of rehabilitation centers across the country.
An environmental group here urged the government not to resume in allowing the mountaineering activities in Mt. Apo.
The Integrated Gender and Development Division of the city mayor’s office recorded 40 maternal deaths last year particularly in Barangay 23-C this city.
This year’s celebration of 80th Araw ng Dabaw has the highest number of parade contingents compared to the previous celebrations, an official said.
To implement stricter anti-smoking regulation in the city, the Anti-Smoking Task Force would tap barangay officials to beef up its education drive to the barangay level.