In this year’s Lunhaw Awards, Chinkie Pelino of the Interface Development Interventions, Inc. presents the new category dubbed, the Green Champion award which will be given to a local government unit on its initiatives on environment protection and management. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
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The city’s Civil Registrar office will be deploying registration teams in Paquibato and Marilog Districts as part of this month’s National Civil Registration celebration.
Peace advocates and militant farmers appealed to both panels of the government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines to continue the peace negotiations despite the withdrawal of the unilateral ceasefires by both Parties.
Department of Labor and Employment Undersecretary Joel Maglunsod joins workers protesting outside where they hold a DOLE conference on Friday. Maglunsod says the workers should continue to protest for workers rights as the current government only cater reforms. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
Despite positive announcement from the current administration on ending contractualization, Kilusang Mayo Uno in Southern Mindanao says it would continue to call on “genuine” abolition of contractuazliation practice during their picket rally outside a hotel in Obrero, Davao City, Friday. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
The militant Kilusang Mayo Uno mounts protest on Friday outside the ongoing conference called by the Department of Labor and Employment in Davao City. It called on DOLE to investigate the fire incident inside the House Technology Industries, Inc. in Cavite last Feb. 3 to give justice the victims of the said incident.
President Rodrigo Duterte lifted Friday the government’s declaration of ceasefire with the New People’s Army, armed-wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines.
The Department of Agrarian Reform welcomed the resolution by the Eight Division of the Court of Appeals last Jan. 6, denying the Lapanday Food Corporation of its application for a temporary restraining order in the recent conflict with a banana growers cooperative in Tagum City.
The Police Regional Office in Davao region vowed that rogue policemen will be dealt with accordingly.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency will head the implementation of the anti-illegal drug operation as the Philippine National Police focuses on rogue cops. Adzar Albani, director of PDEA XI says they are now coordinating with the military for the operations. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)