Dr. Myles Clement Ababon urged his fellow young doctors to serve at the public health centers in far-flung areas.
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Councilor Bai Halila Sudagar, an Indigenous People’s representative from K’lagan tribe, said the move of US President Donald Trump is alarming and offensive.
The Philippine Heart Association will hold their annual Heart Month celebration in this city, coinciding with the Valentine’s celebration this month.
The Interface Development Interventions, Inc. announced Monday the nominations for local environmental initiatives are now open for this year’s Lunhaw Awards.
The National Economic and Development Authority said the unilateral ceasefire declared by the Philippine government and the National Democratic Front boosted investor confidence in the region.
Shirley Arendain, registration officer III of civil registrar, said that their office will conduct mall tours, mobile registration in barangays and schools, as well as the “Kasalan sa mga Lumad.”
Muslim and non-Muslim women here gathered to mark the World Hijab Day to demand the right of Muslims to use hijab.
A total of 135 sinkholes were identified by the Mines and Geosciences Bureau in different areas of Island Garden City of Samal in Davao del Norte.
Local telecommunication companies and power utility lines here are urged to comply with the city’s underground cabling plan after the Davao City Council on Tuesday passed on third and final reading a new ordinance that will cover the next phase of implementation for this year’s underground cabling plan.
A city councilor is seeking a dialogue with the quarry operators for their use of heavy equipment on their operations.