A woman carrying groceries walks past protesters in Bankerohan Public Market on January 17. Protesters condemn the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law The TRAIN Law reduces the income taxes of employed Filipinos enabling them to receive higher take-home pay but critics say the law is feared to increases excise taxes that soars up prices of basic commodities. (Kenneth Paul P. Senarillos / davaotoday.com)
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Nora Linda Sacariya, 44, sells colorful pipes along Agton street in Toril District, Davao City. Since 2002, Dabawenyos use pipes as an alternative to firecrackers in welcoming the new year. The local government has an ordinance that bans firecrackers. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)
Karen Tidalgo, 23, dresses her one-month-old daughter at an evacuation center in Matina, Davao City. Her family evacuated from their home in Matina Gravahan on the night of December 22, 2017 when a nearby river bursted its banks, affecting thousands of households.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – The roads were already packed with clogged with cars even before the protesters trooped into the…
The candy-themed light show outside the Davao City Hall is an inviting sight for residents and tourists. The light show is part of the month-long Pasko Fiesta celebration that kicked off with a festive opening program at the Rizal Park on Friday night, December 1. (Kenneth Paul P. Senarillos/davaotoday.com)
Students of University of the Philippines in Mindanao launched a photo exhibit that tackles about the struggles of agrarian reform beneficiaries in the region on Monday, November 27.
A day after a fire engulfed 350 houses in Barangay Sasa in Davao City on Friday, November 24, Ronald Renton, 29, sits on a makeshift shelter near the national highway. Some residents, like him, are now staying along the highway as the barangay gymnasium cannot accomodate all the affected families.(Kenneth P. Senarillos / davaotoday.com)
Families, including colleagues of the 58 killed in the Ampatuan massacre at Sitio Masalay, Barangay Salman, Ampatuan, Maguindanao, were here on Sunday, November 19, to commemorate the single deadliest election-related violence in the history of the Philippines.
“Defending Journalism”, a book tackling the safety of journalists, was launched in Davao City on Saturday, November 13.
Neil John Taypin, 24, assembles a carnival ride along Davao-Bukidnon road for the upcoming fiesta celebration of Barangay Mintal on December 8, 2017. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)