The Vice Regulation Unit and the personnel of Talomo Police has apprehended 69 individuals for violating the Liquor Ban Ordinance and the Anti- Smoking Ordinance in this city.
Author Archives: KATH M. CORTEZ
Women’s group in Davao City calls for the discontinuation of Martial Law as they launched the One Billion Rising (OBR) campaign in this city.
The Police Regional Office XI here said that it is presently monitoring the 11 personnel allegedly involved in the illegal drug trade.
The delegation of the National Solidarity Mission headed by former Bayan Muna Partylist Representative Saturnino Ocampo and Act Teachers PartyList Representative France Castro remains in detention as 19 of them were charged with kidnapping and trafficking.
A nationwide coalition of environmental advocates sees no positive gain in Davao City’s planned P2.5 Billion Waste-to-energy project with the Japanese
International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
A child rights advocate here has reiterated its opposition to repeal the set minimum age of criminal responsibility under the Republic Act 9344 or the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006.
A showcase of 24 historical churches in the world will be the major attraction of this year’s 18th Diwanag Festival of the Municipality of Montevista in Compostela Valley province.
Members of the media attending the Freedom for Media Freedom for All Forum in Davao participated in the symbolic signing of the manifesto of the National Union of the Journalist of the Philippines’ campaign against journalists as witness on the drug war operations called as the SIGN against the SIGN.(Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
A three-day expo hosted by the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Davao City is set to happen here to strengthen Indonesia’s bilateral trade with the Philippines.
After the City council of Davao amended the 2013 Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance, environmental group Interface Development Interventions (IDIS) now urge the City Mayor’s office to sign the amended ordinance and implement it with tight monitoring.