Saying that he is still looking at the track records of candidates for this year’s midterm election, Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy said he has no plans yet to endorse any candidate seeking political positions.
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To further strengthen to continuing advocacy of the city government of Davao against the single use of plastic, the Mutya ng Davao 2018 and her court has launched its own campaign called A.T.S.U.P or campaign AgainsT Single-Use Plastic Davao.
The traditional Chinese New Year celebration is fast approaching and preparations are already on the way, not only for the sumptuous, mouth-watering foodstuffs and programs for parties and merrymakings but also on security matters.
Security measures are being tightened to thwart any threats of terrorism as security forces here placed the city on a heightened alert status amid Martial law.
Dubbed as one of the prestigious regional level athletic competitions in Davao, the 2019 Davao Region Athletic Association (DAVRAA) Meet formally opened on Sunday, January 27 at the newly constructed PHP180-million UP Sports Complex in this city.
A construction worker is working double time to complete the symbolic “Bridge of Peace” or the Mamasapano Bridge in Tukanalipao, Mamasapano Maguindanao. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
As the last ballot cast was counted in by the canvassers, it turned out that Cotabato City will be in for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).
On the day of the plebiscite here, two young Maguindanaons have cast their votes, one supports the inclusion of Cotabato City under the soon to be Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao or BARMM, and the other one wanted Cotabato to remain a charter city.
Officials declared an all systems go for the upcoming Davao Region Athletics Association (DAVRAA) 2019, where more or less 8,000 delegations from 11 divisions of Davao region will participate.
As the government intensifies its campaign against illegal drugs, Makabayan representatives in Congress filed a bill to support the call to spare journalists from becoming witnesses during anti-drug operations.