The House of Representatives (HOR) Committee on Agrarian Reform holds a public hearing on the impact of Agribusiness Ventures Agreements (AVAs) in Davao Region at the CAP Auditorium in Davao City on Thursday, November 23. (More…) (Robby Joy D. Salveron/davaotoday.com)
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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.
A Davao City-based leader of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) said on Wednesday, November 22, that their group supports the call for the President to declare a revolutionary government.
The Davao del Norte Provincial Police Office (DNPPO) announced on Wednesday, November 22, that security officials are already geared up for the upcoming 6th Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) Boy Scout Jamboree next week.
The city council here is bent on creating a local ordinance that would ban all forms of protests outside “Panacañang” or the so-called Malacaňang of the South.
A local environmental group here called out to the local government and other concerned agencies to assess and monitor the current water quality of the Matina Pangi river following reported leak coming from a sanitary landfill in New Carmen.
A media watchdog is set to launch here a book tackling the safety of journalists in various countries including the Philippines, on Saturday, November 13.
The culture of the city’s 11 tribes will be among the new highlights of this year’s Pasko Fiesta celebration.
Davao City Police Office (DCPO) chief Alexander Tagum said they now have three possible suspects on the killing of a police officer in Tugbok district last Monday.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio on Thursday, November 16, visited Marawi City, a month after her father, President Rodrigo Duterte ended five months of the intensive military offensives in the city that displaced at least 350,000 civilians.