Members of the 18th Council of the Davao City lauded the life and contributions of the late House Speaker Prospero Nograles in public service.
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EXCEPTIONAL ONE. A local barber in Davao City offers free haircut service to all unfortunate individuals along C.M Recto Street every weekend. He usually gives free service to up to 20 individuals as his gift-giving effort and advocacy.
Members of a labor organization expressed rage over the recent attack made by unidentified persons in their picket line and the protesting workers of LafargeHolcim Ltd.
Unsurprisingly, Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) local and national candidates dominated the latest Ateneo de Davao University “Blue Vote” Electoral Survey Series for 2019 mid-term elections.
Sending more teachers to China will bring about greater effect on the country’s education system with the possible shortage of educators, the ACT Teachers Party-list said in a statement.
Under the scorching heat of the sun, workers from various unions and progressive organizations marched in the streets of Davao City signifying dismay over the failed promises to end contractualization in the country.
The city government of Davao is set to release another tranche of assistance worth PhP7.8 million to more areas affected by the long spell after the City Council approved last week the release of PhP3.4 million worth of financial assistance.
The National Telecommunications Commission in Davao Region (NTC-11) said it has monitored the operations of illegal radio stations in the area, most are being utilized in the propaganda of some candidates in time with the campaign period for 2019 mid-term elections.
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).
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.