A team of firefighters from Mati City, Davao Oriental was about to respond in a fire incident when its fire truck lost control along the city’s highway afternoon Tuesday.
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A resource center named after a local environment activist was formally opened to the public here on Saturday.
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said the killing of a tricycle driver by a police in Mintal here last February 23 was an overkill.
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte urged the public to report to police authorities government employees including police and military who are involved in illegal drugs.
A Moro group condemned the all-out offensive of the armed forces against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) because civilians are bearing the brunt.
The New People’s Army has asked the “nationalist and pro-people” officers” of the armed forces and national police to take a stand “on the side of the broad people” in the raging debate on the death of a unit of police elite forces.
A 40-year old laborer was arrested by police officers after trying to bring drugs hidden in a lotion container inside the provincial jail in Davao del Norte Provincial Capitol Wednesday noon.
A partylist representative said Monday that even the statements of Department of Justice Secretary Leila De Lima last Sunday that protesters may be charged with sedition or rebellion, will not stop the protests calling for President Aquino’s resignation.
The Carlos Palanca Foundation, Inc. (CPF) announced Friday that they are now accepting entries to the 65th season of the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature (Palanca Awards).
The Davao Light and Power Company (DLPC) announced Friday that it will be implementing rotational brownouts with a maximum duration of two hours as they “face a tight power supply situation”.