The issue of Waste-to-Energy project and the Solid Waste Management of the City are two of many issues that environmental groups want to discuss with City Vice Mayor Sebastian “ Baste ” Duterte if given a chance.
Author Archives: KATH M. CORTEZ
Drug rehabilitation efforts are seen as successful here, but police data still shows a high number of drug-related apprehensions.
The Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representative (IPMR) post is again vacant as Councilor Halila Sudagar is out in the 19th Council.
City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio invites the public to take part in this year’s 34th Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival with the grandest month-long celebration of diverse Dabawenyo culture and tradition.
Qatar Airways officially opened its Doha to Davao flight with its maiden flight landing at the Francisco Bangoy International Airport here on Tuesday, June 18.
United States Ambassador to the Philippines wants a full investigation of Chinese ship ramming the Filipino boat F/B GEMVIR1 at the disputed waters that endangered the lives of its 22-man Filipino crew.
A labor official noted that few companies in Davao City offer job for senior high school (SHS) graduates despite the assurance from the Department of Education (DepEd) that the K to 12 Program will equip students with values, knowledge, and skills needed to work in various industries.
To sustain the daily needs of his family, this vendor has to brave the sweltering heat of the sun in the streets of Baler in Aurora province, as he sells to tourists and visitors local delicacy called “Pakumbo,” a sweetened dried coconut packed in a dry banana bark. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio appealed to Dabawenyos to be compassionate in helping others to show they value the freedom gained by Filipinos centuries ago.
Barangay Health Workers (BHW) will soon be allowed to render service up to 65 years old, with a city councilor to file the amendment to ordinance limiting the service of each individual BHW up to 60 years old.