Barely a week before the May 9 elections, presidential aspirant Rodrigo Duterte has branded his rivals as a symbol of what he called a “failed and inutile system.”
The Commission on Elections claims it is fully ready for election day.
The Davao City Police Office said that a liquor ban will be observed during election day on Monday, May 9, citing as basis a local ordinance and a Commission on Elections (Comelec) resolution.
For nine years, Lester Pillado works as a contractual in a fruit processing company here.
New People’s Army captives led by Police Chief Inspector Leonardo Tarungoy appealed in a video message for the military and the police to suspend its operations to pave way for their immediate release.
Sacked workers of Japanese-owned frozen food exporter Nakashin Davao International set up a protest camp outside the company’s office in Malagamot here Thursday, April 21 to demand for their immediate reinstatement.
Davao’s plan to beam “free” wireless fidelity (WiFi) service in the city has been given a green light as local legislators here approved with finality the ordinance backing the said project on Tuesday, April 19.
Various groups have urged mayoral candidates in Sto. Tomas, Davao del Norte to present their agenda on peace and order and tax reforms.
Presidential aspirant Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago will visit the University of the Philippines in Mindanao on April 20.
The five candidates for the first congressional district in Davao del Norte may have dissenting opinions on contractualization, but they all agree for federalism.
Cries from the family, relatives, close friends, and support groups filled the atmosphere right before the body of Darwin Sulang was buried.
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) announced Tuesday, April 12, that they will open the line for negotiations for the release of police and soldiers who are in custody of the New People’s Army (NPA).