A boy in front of the Kapalong Public Cemetery in Davao del Norte blows a pot filled with wood and paper to create smoke that serve as “palina” or incense. In Filipino tradition, incense is used to cast out evil influences after a person visits the cemetery. (Robby Joy Salveron / davaotoday.com)
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Parents who easily give in to their children’s wishes of using cellular phones, tablets and other digital devices should think twice.
The City Health Office (CHO) Population Division said on Friday, October 27 that there were fewer male Dabawenyos who underwent vasectomy procedure this year compared to the data in 2016.
The Department of Health (DOH) on Friday, October 27, said the dengue cases region 11 has significantly reduced this year.
Davao City Police Office (DCPO) expressed concern over the increasing number of rape incidents victimizing children.
The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) is set to build a new satellite breeding facility in a 23-hectare donated land in Compostela Valley province.
Some 5,691 law enforcers will be deployed in the city to secure the observance of the All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day next week.
Two siblings died Tuesday evening, October 24, after a police officer shot them for allegedly resisting arrest.
The country’s first integrated disaster response training center is set to be constructed in Compostela Valley province starting January 2018.
Davao City Mayor Sara Z. Duterte-Carpio on Tuesday, October 24, warned the developer behind a skyscraper project here that it only has five days to dismantle a crane said to have caused disruption of commercial flight operations.