With 60 of the 82 barangays in District 3 in the city without potable water supply, a city councilor has been eyeing to pass an ordinance that will establish a water center to monitor water sources, test, and study the quality of water the city will provide to the public.
To stabilize the prices of pork in Metro Manila, hog growers in the region sent the first batch of live hogs to the nation’s capital with more pigs to be transported in the coming days.
Local authorities are investigating reports that several hogs which died recently in Misamis Oriental and this city were probably infected with the African Swine Fever (ASF).
A councilor is proposing a ban on using hydrogen gas for party balloons following a mother’s social media post that such balloons had caused injury to her seven-year-old son celebrating her birthday.
COVID-19 has exempted no one from its harsh impact on the mental health of every person including journalists who continue to provide information amid this pandemic that hurt the economy and the escalating attacks on the press worldwide.
The free Real-Time-Polymerase Chain Reaction Test (RT-PCR) for arriving passengers at Davao International Airport (DIA) has been temporarily suspended by the Davao City Government as it redirects its resources to address the rising number of local transmission after the holiday season.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board-10 (LTFRB-10) is negotiating with local governments in other regions in Mindanao to open its borders for buses doing inter-regional routes.
A diarrhea outbreak claimed the life of an elderly man while 33 individuals were hospitalized in a remote village in Jose Abad Santos town on Davao Occidental.
“Around 9 am on November 4, I saw two bulldozers ready to flatter the land where we live.”
Students of Ateneo de Davao University started a Twitter hashtag #AdDUStrike Tuesday to vent their frustration on the university’s new memo that moved its summer and first semester final exams earlier to December.