City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte during his program Sunday, warned fake rice importers to stop importing products that may harm the consumers.
Department of Trade and Industry said that an estimate of P17.3 trillion in investments will be hitting the city this year, which will fund the construction of world-class, multi-billion projects such as roads, sports facilities, bridges, and parks.
Davao Light and Power Co. (DLPC) announced that the rotating power interruptions has been increased from one hour up to a maximum of one hour and 30 minutes starting Tuesday.
Second district City Councilor Danilo Dayanghirang on Tuesday urged the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) not to immediately implement an increase in zonal valuation here.
A partylist group would soon file a bill to repeal the Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001 or Epira, said one of the group’s representative in a forum here.
An official of the City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) here said that the city government has set two conditions for the Sasa Port modernization project which include the acquisition of lands and the relocation of the barangay hall of Sasa.
The feasibility study of a Korean agency on a proposed light rail transit (LRT) here will be out in June, said an official of the city government.
A breakdown of a switchyard connected to the a government-run hydroelectric power plant triggered the Mindanao blackout dawn of Easter Sunday, according to an officer of the the Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA).
Netizens were outraged to learn that the government’s proposed internet speed for its free public wireless fidelity across the country will only offer an average speed of 256 kbps (kilobytes per second), a speed which internet users compare to a walking toddler.
Women’s partylist Gabriela is not happy with the free train rides offered by the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) to all women on the observation of the International Women’s Day tomorrow.
No brownouts occurred during the weekends despite an earlier announcement by the city’s sole electric distribution company of a two-hour rotational brownout from February 21 to March 2.
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”.