Workers of a shopping mall in Davao City unload supplies amidst the drizzling rain on Thursday, July 13. Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said contractualization of workers will be one of the main issues discussed by President Rodrigo Duterte in his second State of the Nation Address on July 24. (More…) (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)
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The military dismissed a member of its Citizen Armed Force Geographical Unit personnel on July 1 after they verified that the militiaman had indeed fired upon a school in Talaingod town in Davao del Norte.
A bar owner was penalized for selling alcojolic beverage to minors.
The government’s goal of achieving a high income economy by 2022 will not be possible without ensuring food security for the country’s population, a University of the Philippines official said.
A traffic enforcer guides school children crossing the pedestrian lane along San Pedro Street in Davao City on July 11, Tuesday. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)
Councilor Mabel Sunga-Acosta abstains from voting on the Anti-Unattended Bag Ordinance, which the 18th City Council passed on Tuesday, July 11. Acosta said the final draft was “unreasonable” as it fines even those whose act of leaving bags unattended in public did not cause undue panic. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)
The city’s 18th council passed on the third and final reading on Tuesday, July 11, an ordinance prohibiting and punishing the act of leaving bags unattended in public places.
Indigent patients in the city and nearby provinces will no longer have to go to different government offices when trying to access government health services with the opening of a one stop shop at the Southern Philippines Medical Center here Friday, July 7.
Farmer Jimuel Taipen, chairman of Montevista Farmers Association says he and his fellow farmers are facing two kinds of calamities: the low buying price of their sellers, and increased military activities brought about by Martial Law.
An army spokesman challenged several progressive groups to file formal complaints against erring military and police officials to prove their allegations of human rights violations.