The expanded free education for Filipino students would be implemented this coming school year in all government-ran schools.
Leading healthcare provider, Maxicare Healthcare Corp. opened its first direct hospital care facility for clients in a private-ran hospital here.
The City Health Office (CHO) here confirmed that there is a shortage of anti-rabies vaccine for humans.
The Philippine Airlines (PAL) has announced it was certified as the only 4-star airline in the country by Skytrax, an international air transport rating organization.
The Bureau of Fire Protection here recorded P11.3 million in damages caused by 52 fire incidents in the city last month, the start of the fire consciousness period.
The City Health Office has recorded 25 death cases due to measles as of November 2017 to April 2018.
Anticipating to collect more than a billion in the next six months, the Social Security System (SSS) announced it is offering a Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) to member-borrowers starting April 2 until October 1.
Residents in some areas here should prepare for a 12-hour to 48-hour water supply interruptions as the Davao City Water District (DCWD) conducts a cleaning operation of the Talomo sump 2.
The public official who allegedly threatened a faculty member of Ateneo de Davao University over his son’s failing grade denied such allegation.
“Parental bullying based on public office or one’s legal profession has no place at AdDU nor in any school,” said AdDU President Fr. Joel Tabora.