A Lumad organization slammed the recent ‘congressional inquiry’ being done against Salugpongan schools for its ‘malicious intention’ to link the school to the New People’s Army (NPA).
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The Ancillary Services Unit (ASU), a division under the City Mayor’s Office of the city government of Davao raised alarm over the disposal of plastic wastes in the city.
Mussels, known locally as Tahong in Davao City is safe for human consumption, the City Veterinarians Office declared.
Despite the continuing onslaught of the El Niño phenomenon in the country, including here in Mindanao, the Davao City Water District (DCWD) has assured residents of Davao City of ‘No water shortage’ as they have enough supply of groundwater.
Red flags are still waving high as hundreds of banana workers remained on strike against the giant Japanese banana firm for its unfair labor practices and the company’s push for government’s immediate intervention on different attacks against the striking workers.
With the expected influx of both local and foreign visitors in celebration of the Lenten season, authorities in Davao City are now on full security alert.
Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio encourage the youth to learn from the country’s history, as she delivered her message during the 77th Commemoration of the Araw ng Kagitingan on Tuesday, April 9 at the Veterans Memorial Monument in Ponciano-Roxas Streets in Davao City.
Durian production in Davao is decreasing as the El Niño phenomenon continues to inflict damages to the agriculture sector in the area.
TREASURED MOMENT. Datu Sintunan Malibato (left), a staunch leader of Manobo tribe in Kapalong, Davao del Norte gets emotional as his son hands over his medal during the graduation and moving-up ceremony of Bakwit schools at Redemptorist Church in Davao City on Friday, April 5. (More…) (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
Authorities here are set to tighten security this Holy week following Wednesday’s explosion in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat.