Authorities arrested a pastor Monday morning, October 23, for allegedly carrying a firearm without legal papers.
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Members of the newly-formed Davao City-Local Peace Committee (DC-Peace) is set to conduct its first meeting on Tuesday, October 24.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio lauded law enforcers for the arrest of a woman suspected to have links with the group behind the Roxas night market bombing last year.
Raptor researchers and conservationists in Asia called out to authorities to tighten implementation of policies and laws to protect wildlife.
The annual biking event dubbed as ‘Flight of the Eagles’ (FOTE) is set to raise funds for the protection of the city’s watersheds, an official announced on Thursday, October 19.
Ateneo de Davao University’s environmental advocacy arm Ecoteneo is set to conduct a fundraising bike-run event for the rehabilitation of the country’s highest mountain, Mt. Apo.
Key players of the coconut industry here are looking forward to further optimize production and business opportunities by tying up with local and international investors who will participate in the largest annual international coco conference in November.
The city government allotted a total of P2 million budget for next year to further boost the cacao industry.
A local version of a technology used by ride-hailing service providers is set to be launched in Davao City before the end of 2017.
Many farmers in Davao Region are gradually giving up mango production as sustaining the business affected by climate change have left them cash-strapped, an agricultural leader said.