The Davao City Culture and Arts Council is now accepting design proposals from local artists for a monument to be built in honor of Datu Bago. The monument is meant to recognize the heroism of Datu Bago in opposing colonial rule by defending the Davao against the Spanish colonizers.
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An election watchdog identified several party-list groups in the 2019 elections becoming an extension of political dynasties in many provinces and vested interests, saying it made it harder for party-list groups genuinely representing marginalized sectors to gain seats in Congress.
The city government has earmarked P42 million budget for the month-long celebration of Pasko Fiesta this December.
A human rights lawyer who responded to the massacre of Sagay farmers was shot dead in Kabankalan, Negros Occidental on Monday night.
City Vice Mayor Bernard Al-ag said he will craft an ordinance prohibiting protest actions on public roads, as one of the city council’s priority measure before the year ends.
The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is coming to town, that will surely make Davaoenos huff and puff in shopping to around a million books to be sold for everyone.
An organization catering to victims of the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, warned that cases of infection continue to rise in the city, with 34 new cases detected recently.
Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP) condemned President Rodrigo Duterte after he ordered state forces to arrest andshoot farmers’ groups who will stage their occupy activities on government and private lands. His statement, followed the massacre of 9 sugar farmers who were staging an occupy activity in Hacienda Nene of Sagay City, Negros Occidental.
Police have been sent to public and private cemeteries today ahead of the observance of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day.this week.
The Davao City Chinatown Development Council urged the passing of an ordinance requiring to be constructed or renovated establishments to have Chinese-themed façade in the Chinatown area.