The feeling of excitement in embarking on a new journey took over the Davaoeños who attended the Campus IDP Study in Australia and New Zealand Expo 2016 held at the Pinnacle Hotel Suites here on Tuesday, March 15.
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Religious leaders and peace advocates urged candidates and voters in the May Presidential and local elections to prioritize the peace agenda in the election process.
A farmer and a village official were among the victims of an indiscriminate firing allegedly perpetrated by the military in a village in San Miguel town, Surigao del Sur on March 11.
The Department of Energy (DOE) on Monday, March 15 asked local government units (LGU) to run after vendors selling petroleum products in bottles not endorsed by oil companies.
Militant youth group Anakbayan said they saw nothing wrong about the question posed to presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte by a student of the University of the Philippines Los Baños, who was bullied after the video of the forum on Friday, March 11 went viral.
Presidential rivals Senator Grace Poe and former Interior and Local Government Secretary, Manuel “Mar” Roxas II were among those shortlisted on Monday, March 14 for endorsement by a religious coalition.
Another batch of taxi drivers were recognized by the local police on Monday, March 14 for their honesty.
Davao Region’s average inflation rate for the 3rd quarter last year dropped to 2.13 percent, which was 1.90 percentage points lower than the level recorded in the same quarter in 2014.
The Apex Mining Company Inc operating in Maco, Compostela Valley said they are responsible partners of their host barangays where they operate.
The Army’s 10th Infantry Division said the soldier and four members of the Special Cafgu Active Auxiliaries (SCAAs) of the 72nd Infantry Battalion are “placed under arrest” for alleged torture of an elderly Tagakulo tribal man in Barangay Demoloc, Malita, Davao Occidental on February 19.