Public utility jeepney (PUJ) drivers here will join the two-day nationwide transport strike set next week to demand for the junking of the government’s jeepney modernization program.
To increase awareness on taxation among high school students, the city government of Tagum has rolled out a learning module on real property tax for Grade 9 students, the City Information Office said on Thursday.
Department of Energy (DOE) officials announced Tuesday, October 3, that the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) for Mindanao will be fully operational by second quarter of 2018.
A 300-kilowatt solar farm project deal between local and foreign private companies is about to be signed this year.
Early detection of symptoms of breast cancer remains the most effective way of treating the disease, Dr. Josephine Villafuerte of the City Health Office (CHO) said in a phone interview on Monday, October 2.
A lawmaker is to revive an old policy that waives travel taxes for anyone passing through Mindanao and Palawan ports to arrive at destinations within a Southeast Asian subregional economic bloc.
Tariff and customs duties collection at the Port of Davao exceeded targets by 115.5% in the first 9 months of this year, data from the Bureau of Customs (BOC) revealed.
Residents are encouraged to store water supply for Saturday, September 30, as Davao City Water District (DSWD) announced a 16-hour water interruption in major parts of the city.
The largest association of Catholic schools in the country is planning to tie up with schools in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) to train Muslim teachers to improve their teaching techniques.
Davao is seeking to rake in more Japanese investors through a roadshow organized by business leaders and key officials from the city government.