A high ranking official from the Department of Energy urged consumers to use power efficiently to mitigate the recurring power crisis.
In a resolution passed Tuesday, owners of food establishments are encouraged to include brown rice in their menu in line with the agriculture department’s #BROWN4good challenge.
This city is set to implement the Halal ordinance in October, Councilor Halila Y. Sudagar, the chairperson of the committee on cultural communities and Muslim affairs, has announced.
Three organic farm restaurants can now claim that their products are 100 percent organically grown and produce after receiving the Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) organic certication.
Roxas Avenue was cleared of street venders mostly food, used clothing and massage therapists by Wednesday night, August 3 after Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio ordered its closure upon the recommendation of traffic and transport chief Rhodelio Poliquit.
The Davao Light and Power Company announced on Thursday, June 23 that there will be short power interruptions with 15 to 30 minutes duration on June 25 until June 27 affecting ERA, Bunawan, Tadeco, and Sto. Tomas substations.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) here said prices of school supplies remained stable, as it issued the price guide that will help the consumers in their purchases.
The Davao Light and Power Company (DLPC) announced that there will be no rotational brownouts during the upcoming four-week maintenance shutdown of the Unit 2 of Therma South Inc. (TSI) power plant in the city, on June 18 to July 6.
Police here arrested more violators of the tobacco ban here, as the task force on anti-smoking said there would be no letup in the vigilance to enforce it.
After taking a break in imposing rotational brownouts, the Davao Light and Power Co., will resume in imposing power interruptions on May 13 and 14.