The Home Development Mutual Fund, or known as the Pag-ibig Fund, announced new guidelines, which will provide short-term loans and expanded raffle promo.
The local government and a Filipino-Chinese-Canadian Transport Investment Group known as Philtram are slated to sign a Memorandum of Understanding on February this year for the monorail project in this city.
More than 17,000 farmers in Davao region are set to converge in this city on Tuesday, Jan. 24 for a four-day camp-out protest to press the government for their unresolved issues on land, food and social justice.
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza on Friday said he would return the remaining total amount which was given to Mindanao Economic Development Council employees in 2005.
Even after the recent fire at the Gaisano Capital shopping mall in Barangay Mintal here, the City Engineers Office said owners must still pay the violations for illegally constructing their building without complying with necessary regulatory requirements, including the zoning permit.
The City Treasurer’s Office has urged business taxpayers to pay on or before the deadline to prevent charges.
The City Health Office sees nothing wrong in distributing condoms in public schools, saying that it is one of the many strategies in order to reduce teenage pregnancy among the youth.
The passage of Republic Act 10918, a law regulating and modernizing the practice of pharmacy in the country is seen to provide better healthcare service for the public, a group of pharmacy experts said.
By: Christine Megrino, Intern DAVAO CITY, Philippines — A city councilor on Tuesday said that the successful state visit of…
Government officials are optimistic about the influx of Japanese investments in the city following the state visit last week of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.