The country’s flag carrier Philippines Airlines (PAL) opened three new routes from Davao City to serve more Filipino passengers.
A research center that would aid policy makers in decision making would be launched in one of the state universities here.
The City Health Office (CHO) would immunize a total of 82,365 elementary and secondary students from different public schools here.
Some 96 moms here simultaneously latched on and breastfed their babies on Sunday, August 5, in the city’s first ever conduct of the global breastfeeding event.
An official of a government-owned economic zone in Misamis Oriental has clarified that the thousands of tons of discarded plastic materials that come from South Korea do not pose any environmental threat and that these entered the local port legally.
Environment groups here launched an ethical banana campaign to enhance the awareness of Japanese consumers on the environmental and social effects of producing bananas.
The Philippine Rural Development Program (PRDP) under the Department of Agriculture (DA) received a satisfactory performance rating from the World Bank for its well-implemented projects.
The City Transportation and Traffic Management Office will be strictly implementing the cargo load limitation among trucks and vehicles passing through the Talomo Bridge II as the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) starts its rehabilitation project.
The 18th City Council of Davao is inviting representatives from the Philippine Port Authority ‘s (PPA) main office to come before the council and explain in full context, the proposed plan for the P6-billion modernization project for the Sasa Wharf before the body approves its implementation.
The government must solve the recurring flooding with haste to ensure that progress and development of the city will be sustained and not drive away potential investors, a hotel executive said.