The first story of Christmas was the story of Jesus’ parents who arrived at Bethlehem from a long trip and went from house to house to find a bed so that they can sleep from a long trek. They could only find a haystack in a farm for a bed; but it was from such a lowly, humble place that the story of hope, faith and love began.
Author Archives: TYRONE A. VELEZ
One of the condemnable things during the December 9 bus bombing in Maramag, Bukidnon was that dozens of students from high school and college were not spared from the incident.
The quiet campus town of Maramag, Bukidnon in central Mindanao is now gripped with shock after the bus bombing on Tuesday that claimed ten lives, including five college students, and injuring many other students aboard the bus.
The congressman said the alerts must be provided with no cost or charges, as he noted that the phone companies have been sending out free messages about their services.
Steel Asia Manufacturing Corporation opens its sixth and biggest plant in Barangay Bunawan, Davao City, Thursday. The plant has the capacity to produce 500,000 metric tons of expanded steel bars. (Tyrone A. Velez/davaotoday.com)
The country’s leading steel manufacturing company, Steel Asia Manufacturing Corporation, opened its biggest plant in the Mindanao Island here in Davao City, in its bid to capture the infrastructure and construction boom in the island.
The Mindanao Leaders’ Summit on Federalism held last Monday at the Grand Men Seng Hotel gathered some 100 Mindanao political and sectoral leaders supporting the call for a change to a federal system of government.
Most cases of violence against women reported in Davao City were economic abuses, or depriving of financial support or opportunity to work for women.
Engineer Carolina Angel, OIC of the National Housing Authority Region 11, explains to reporters the delay of constructing 17,000 houses for Typhoon Pablo survivors due to lengthy time to get clearances from government. (Tyrone A. Velez, davaotoday.com)
The National Housing Authority (NHA) Davao Region admitted it is short of 13,525 housing units that it was supposed to complete by March next year for the survivors of Typhoon Pablo.