Another financial assistance worth P11.3 million for three calamity-stricken areas was approved by the Davao City Council.
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People with autism need government to support funding for therapy and evaluation, raising awareness and opening doors for their employment.
The City Council may take on the recommendation to create a separate division for the Public Safety and Security Command Center (PSSCC) for better staffing and budget.
The local city council approved on Tuesday the establishment of the City College of Davao (CCD) to cater to the less privileged which is targeted to open on August.
Local fishermen of Bantayan Island get ready to sail for an overnight catch of different kinds of seafood. They supply nearby resorts and restaurants, as well as local markets, with seafood. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
Business sector here says it is too early to speculate whether the Middle East conflict will affect local economy and business.
Davao City Overland Transport Terminal (DCOTT) head admitted the urgent need for a new public transport terminal to solve bus and passenger congestion in the old city terminal.
She was only eight when she started helping her father make ends meet for the family. Now 12, she still works alongside adults in Bantayan Island.
Fifteen media practitioners have been killed since President Rodrigo Duterte rose to power in 2016 — a revelation that despite his promise of change, this sector of society can’t and won’t be spared from vicious attacks.
When Judge Jocelyn Solis-Reyes of the Regional Trial Court Branch 221 in Quezon City released its verdict on Thursday, the children of the Ampatuan massacre victims knew that they will be facing another journey after enduring one during the last 10 years.