Progressive groups stage protest actions in different areas in Davao City on the 48th anniversary of Marcos’ Martial Law, criticizing Duterte’s Anti-Terror Law as a draconian measure. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
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A councilor in the third district of this city is calling for a sustainable potable water system in majority of his district which has no access to potable water.
The city government’s formation of a task group to monitor quarry operations in the city is long overdue, says an environment group which has raised concern on 80 quarrying sites in the city.
The Davao City Government is eyeing the use of Quick Response (QR) Code to improve contact tracing and health-related information in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Two barangay officials in Davao City were arrested with 27 others for holding a cockfight last Sunday, which was illegal and this dismayed Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio.
The City Government of Davao has set the re-opening of the Roxas Night Market this September 12 with “new normal” operations and guidelines for stall owners and customers.
22 employees of Davao City Hall were found to have been infected with coronavirus (Covid-19), but details were not divulged how and where they got infected.
A city councilor raised concerns over lapses in health protocols during the distribution of social amelioration program (SAP) in payment centers that exposed beneficiaries to risk from Covid-19 infection.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio extends sympathies to the families of victims of the twin bombings in Sulu, which happens a week before Davao City commemorates the Roxas Night Market bombing.
San Pedro Street used to be the stage of the city’s grand celebration of Kadayawan, as locals and tourists, friends and families flock to witness the Indak-indak sa Kadayawan dance competition and Pamulak sa Kadalanan floral parade, and line up later for street foods and fruits.