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).
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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.
The number of farmers in Davao City is decreasing in the midst of high demands on crop production for local and international consumption.
As the city is gearing for the 7th Dabaw Lunhaw Awards, its organizers said this year’s event, unlike in the past presentations, will carry a different theme that will help increase the awareness of the constituents on the most challenging environmental problem Davao City faces nowadays – the garbage.
Local drug reformists in the city now eye opportunities for additional support with the recent engagement made by the Davao City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (CADAC) to other stakeholders, particularly with a government agency and a private company.
The Commission on Election (Comelec) said the conduct of the midterm election in the city and the rest of the region was a success despite the problems encountered by some voters on Monday, Election Day.
The Davao City Board of Canvassers on Tuesday proclaimed the winning candidates for representatives in the second and third districts here while waiting for the complete transmittal of voting results from the first district.
The conduct of the election in Davao Region was in general orderly and peaceful.