Davao’s chocolate products are among the country’s entry to one of the most prestigious chocolate events in the world.
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Councilors here passed with finality an ordinance allowing an Aboitiz Equity Venture subsidiary to construct a water treatment facility in Baguio District.
The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) expressed concern on the country’s lack of people involved in raptor conservation and research.
Operations to clear the Diversion Road here from mud and debris flow due to a landslide that struck at dawn on Friday, October 6, have passed City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s 48-hour deadline.
The city government at 5pm Sunday released an advisory that the Diversion Road will remain closed on Monday, October 9, “because the portion of Shrine Hills where the landslide occured has not been declared safe for passage by the engineers due to the clearing operations.”
City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio has set a 48-hour timeframe to clear the road after a landslide struck a portion of the Maa-Carlos P. Garcia highway on Friday dawn, October 6.
The perception that a brighter life in the hometown of the country’s President has attracted women from other provinces to migrate here.
The Quick Response Team for Children Center of the City Social Services and Development Office (QRTCC-CSSDO) recorded 340 cases of abuses from October last year until September this year.
About 40 families here are ordered on Friday, October 6 by the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council to move out from their residences where the area has been considered “highly dangerous zones”.
The Davao City Police Office (DCPO) launched on Monday, October 2, a new operation plan to counter crimes in residential areas and establishments, aiming to empower the community to participate in crime prevention.
After almost a week since his removal from chairmanship and memberships in various committees of the City Council, Councilor Nilo Abellera, Jr. said he holds no grudges against his colleagues.