A showcase of 24 historical churches in the world will be the major attraction of this year’s 18th Diwanag Festival of the Municipality of Montevista in Compostela Valley province.
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Members of the media attending the Freedom for Media Freedom for All Forum in Davao participated in the symbolic signing of the manifesto of the National Union of the Journalist of the Philippines’ campaign against journalists as witness on the drug war operations called as the SIGN against the SIGN.(Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
A three-day expo hosted by the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Davao City is set to happen here to strengthen Indonesia’s bilateral trade with the Philippines.
After the City council of Davao amended the 2013 Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance, environmental group Interface Development Interventions (IDIS) now urge the City Mayor’s office to sign the amended ordinance and implement it with tight monitoring.
With its economic improvement, the city government of Tagum wants to push an urban development that is both sustainable in long term while addressing the issues of climate change.
A banana plantation worker who was a member of a workers’ union has survived a slay try in Compostela town, Compostela Valley province on Sunday evening, an official said Monday.
The National Union of Journalist of the Philippines (NUJP) now urge law enforcement units to spare journalist from becoming witnesses as they cover anti-drug operations.
A worker’s union involved in a labor dispute with Sumifru Philippines in Compostela Valley province is set to file raps against the dispersal team composed of police and soldiers for causing physical injuries and damage to properties when the group held a protest strike last October 11.
Leaders of several iIndigenous peoples groups in Southern Mindanao admonished Congressional aspirant Mocha Uson to discern what she would be saying against the tribes, calling her “attention seeker”.
While thousands observed the annual Catholic tradition of Undas at the public cemetery here in Davao City’s Wireless Public Cemetery, young tomb painters make a living by accepting painting jobs for a minimal fee and vendors sell assorted food items, candles and flowers to individuals visiting the cemetery.(Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)