The city’s Quick Response Team on Children’s Concerns rescued a six-year old boy from his stepfather on Wednesday.
Author Archives: Paulo C. Rizal
For Pwersa ng Bayaning Atleta Partylist Rep. Jericho Nograles, the timing and substance of the impeachment complaint filed against President Rodrigo Duterte more political than factual.
Seven soldiers died in an encounter with the New People’s Army in Kalamansig town in Sultan Kudarat on Tuesday, March 21.
Pwersa ng Bayaning Atleta Representative Jericho “Koko” Nograles said the motives, timing, and substance of the impeachment complaint lodged by Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano against President Rodrigo Duterte were questionable. Nograles made the comments on Thursday’s (March 23) Kapehan sa Apo View in Davao City. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)
Philippine Postal Corporation Marketing Assistant Elmer Obelidhon shows the features of the new Postal Identification Card which has new security features that make it harder to fake. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)
Exaggerated and fictional. This was how a police spokesperson described Vice President Leni Robredo’s accounts of the “Palit-Ulo” (exchange of heads) scheme.
Police Sr. Supt. Michael John Dubria bid farewell to the members of the press as the Davao City Police Office City Director on Wednesday, March 22 following his new assignment in Camp Crame.
A militant peasant group is demanding assurance from the government that the return of the coconut levy fund to the farmers would not be compromised following the suspension of Philippine Coconut Authority chief Avelino “Billy” Andal.
A local environmental group here expressed support for Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary-designate Regina Paz Lopez after her appointment was bypassed by the Commission on Appointment.
A human rights group called on President Rodrigo Duterte to “grieve for the majority of Filipinos” and not just for fallen soldiers.