More than 7,000 jobs await Dabawenyos in Kalayaan Job and Business Fair 2019 at the NCCC Mall Buhangin as the nation observes Independence Day on Wednesday.
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A child rights group here said it was worried with what it claimed as increasing cases of child labor as the the city is riding high on its economic growth.
A local legislator admits the need for more classrooms for public schools and teachers in the city as the number of enrollees has increased this year.
The city government realized better medical and hospitalization assistance to indigents after it struck out accidents and medical emergencies caused by carelessness and failure to observe basic road safety rules.
Recent report of unspent funds for Marawi City has resurrected the anger and frustration of victims, not only of the Marawi City fighting in 2017, but also of the other victims of calamities where billions of funds have been reported coming in from donor nations and private groups but whose actual assistance remained begging for answers as to where it went.
The Davao City Council has approved the amendments to the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance to delineate areas for eco-tourism and agro-tourism activities in Marilog and Paquibato Districts.
Local filmmakers continue to bring home honor to the city as another Dabawenyo bags an award in the 2019 Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) awards for directing the short film Siyudad sa Bulawan (City of Gold).
An environmentalist group has admonished of the increasing piling up of garbage in the city, triggered by a growing population, public neglect of proper waste disposal and lack of implementation of environmental ordinances.
The proliferation of various investment scams has no effects on the continuing economic growth in Davao City.
The Bagobo Klata/Guiangan Tribal Councils recently named a new Indigenous People Mandatory Representative (IPMR) to sit in the upcoming 19th Council of the city government of Davao.