Biology researchers from the University of Mindanao wanted a “critical habitat” in order to preserve the newly-discovered species.
Author Archives: EARL O. CONDEZA
Members of the City Council here share different views on House Bill 4727 or the Death Penalty bill recently passed by the House of Representatives.
The city government will construct 5,000 more housing units in two relocation areas here to keep urban poor dwellers living along the riverbanks and government roads safety far from danger zones.
Councilor Bai Halila Sudagar, an indigenous people’s representative, said she is planning to set-up a help desk for the Lumad inside the Southern Philippines Medical Center in response to the request of Davao’s IP communities.
The upcoming investment conference of the business sector this year has included agribusiness in the priority sectors for investments that will provide more job opportunities.
Arturo Milan, chairman of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce is expecting more investors will join the Davao Investment Conference this year as the President’s hometown attracts more investors. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
In simple commemoration, the city government and the families of victims and survivors, offered candles and flowers at the bomb explosion site at the old airport here Saturday.
Various artists in Davao City gathered to unite their call for the resumption of peace talks between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines.
The city government of Davao together with local officials of Barangay Sasa, relatives and survivors offer flowers in a simple ceremony on Saturday afternoon, March 4, 2017 as they commemorate the bombing incident in the old Davao International Airport, 14 years ago that killed 22 persons and injured a score of individuals. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
Despite the decade existence of Women Development Code in the city, women’s rights advocates said it is still not enough to empower and liberate women.