The city’s 34th Kadayawan Festival officially opened last Friday with an array of month-long events and activities for Davaoeňos and visiting tourists.
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The Committee on Tourism of the Sangguniang Panlunsod now eyes the creation of a ‘Tourism Master Plan’ for the City as they see the need to “repackage” the tourism go-to-areas.
Authorities will be deploying thousands of personnel to ensure public safety during the 34th celebration of Kadayawan Festival.
The Public Safety and Security Command Center (PSSCC) gave a high rating on the level of response among security and medical responders after they rolled out a surprise simulation exercise Tuesday morning.
Progressive groups determined the same pattern of attacks among peasant communities in the country as widespread killings continue under the current administration.
Local handicrafts made by inmates, or, Persons Deprived with Liberties (PDL), will be on sale to the public in time for the 34th Kadayawan festival celebration.
Health officials eye a 95 percent turn out in its school-based immunization program this year after a massive information drive on measles and against the Dengvaxia scare.
Davao City Vice Mayor Sebastian Duterte said he will not attend his father’s 4th State of the Nation Address (SONA) this Monday.
The City Council’s head of the Committee on the Environment plans to visit all 183 barangays to check why there are weaknesses in implementing the city’s Solid Waste Management program.
Parents in Talaingod who have enrolled their students to the recently suspended Salugpongan Learning Center oppose the option from the Department of Education Region 11 that they transfer their children to public schools.