A national survey ranked Davao City fourth in terms of “competitiveness” in development. But some sectors said the city’s leaders must look beyond those figures and look at a holistic and “people-oriented” approach to development.
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Davao City was dropped from the list of cities in the Philippines to host the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Meeting in 2015.
During the day, they shared food and waited amid the sweltering heat outside the gym. At night, they slept on cartons or on the cold floor. They waited for three nights and four days, only to be told they were waitlisted for the next claims board registration.
Exhausted from the heat of the mid-day sun in Bankerohan Gym, 51-year old Leticia Lumakan, collapsed for the second time in two days.
Foreign chambers in Davao want to transform Southern Mindanao from an agri-business to an agro-industrial and manufacturing growth corridor to generate growth and employment.
Parents association of the Ateneo de Davao schools are calling the public to join in their blood letting activity the whole day of July 31, to help respond to the urgent need for blood supply with the rising cases of dengue in the region.
By challenging the Supreme Court, President Benigno Aquino III sounded like a Marcos who wanted things his way.
Nora Aunor, superstar, multi-awarded actress, source of quotable one-liners, received a “people’s award” last Friday from the groups Gabriela and Peace for Life.
In their statement released last Saturday, the NPA North Central Mindanao Region (NPA-NCMR) said Okinlay acted as a “land grabber” and ruled as a “local tyrant” against indigenous Higanon farmers.
The rift between rival managements in Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative (Daneco) has left its consumers confused and wanting of a resolution.