Workers have expressed eagerness to push for the legislation of national minimum wage in time with the celebration of Labor Day on May 1. Amid the rising prices of basic commodities and services, how significant is it for the workers to gain a significant wage hike?
The Department of Labor and Employment in Davao Region (DOLE-11) will allot P4.9M for Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced (TUPAD) program for the month of May this year.
The Davao City Water District (DCWD) is studying the possibility of increasing water rate by next year to cope with Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law.
Mussels, known locally as Tahong in Davao City is safe for human consumption, the City Veterinarians Office declared.
Despite the continuing onslaught of the El Niño phenomenon in the country, including here in Mindanao, the Davao City Water District (DCWD) has assured residents of Davao City of ‘No water shortage’ as they have enough supply of groundwater.
Lower poverty estimates “do not necessarily mean” that the poverty situation in the country is improving, the research group Ibon Foundation said on Wednesday.
Durian production in Davao is decreasing as the El Niño phenomenon continues to inflict damages to the agriculture sector in the area.
The Kabataan party-list criticized the restoring of the fees that were already stricken out of the list to be collected from students and said the move robbed students of the full benefit of government’s free tertiary education.
The number of dengue cases during the first quarter in Davao Region rose nearly three times than last year, the Department of Health (DOH)-Davao Region reported.
Total damages and losses to the agriculture sector has increased to PHP 4.35 billion as the El Niño phenomenon continue to wreck devastations to farmlands and agricultural areas in the country.