Police had identified seven persons for the burning of equipment in Talaingod last week.
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Councilor Al Ryan Alejandre announced that the city will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest buntings or banderitas.
Councilor Bai Halila Sudagar formally vacated her post as a councilor during the regular session of the City Council on Tuesday, April 10, after the Certificate of Affirmation (COA) from the National Commission on Indigenous People expired last March 30.
Newly-appointed Davao City councilor Carmelo “Bebot” Justo Clarion attends his first regular session of the City Council on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Clarion served as the village chief of Barangay Mulig, Toril for eight years before joining the City Council. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
A movement was launched here on Monday calling on Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher “Bong” Go to run for Senator in the upcoming 2019 midterm elections.
Members of Kilusang Manggagawa ng Coca-Cola (KIMACO KMU) staged another protest action on Monday, April 9, to call for the reinstatement of 65 workers who were dismissed last month and the regularization of all contractual workers under Coca-Cola FEMSA Davao.
The City Health Office has recorded 25 death cases due to measles as of November 2017 to April 2018.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines-Eastern Mindanao Command urged businessmen to coordinate with the military and other local authorities after the recent reported burning of heavy equipment allegedly by the New People’s Army (NPA) in three areas in the Davao City.
Workers of giant bottling company Coca-Cola here were protesting their retrenchment from the company when they were violently dispersed, and 10 of them, including their leader were arrested and filed charges of grave coercion.
While the rest of the Christian Filipinos celebrated the Holy Week in church festivities, thousands of Meranaw residents in this Islamic city staged a symbolic protest to condemn the slow-paced government rehabilitation of their homes ravaged by war.”