By JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA
“Maayo pa ang mga batan-on nakahuna-huna og repares aning bukid. Naghinaut ko nga daghan pang sama nila ang mohimo ani (I thank the youth for taking action to reforest our mountains. I hope more will do the same thing)," said Alice Lindasan, one of the residents, noting that nothing of this sort of help had been done to their community before. ...
By GILBERT L. PACIFICAR
The 18 ethno-linguistic tribes of the island together with other support groups have converged to hold the government of Noynoy Aquino accountable for the destruction of the IPs’ ancestral lands and the many cases of rights abuses against the peasant and lumad communities including extrajudicial killings. ...
By MARILOU AGUIRRE-TUBURAN Davao Today According to the US Geological Survey, the epicenter of the 5.1.-magnitude earthquake was at 7.240°N, 124.941°E, 8 Kilometer NNW of Linao. ...Read more ›
By MARILOU AGUIRRE-TUBURAN Davao Today “The results of the study will serve as basis in crafting the management plan for the tarsier in the region,” said DENR- 11 Executive Director Joselin Marcus Fragada. ...Read more ›
By ACE R. MORANDANTE Davao Today “I advocate for the protection of our environment. This activity is also one of the ways to expose my children to become responsible with our nature.” -- Rommel Diduyon ...Read more ›
By JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA Davao Today "We came here not to destroy equipment or hurt people but to ask for justice," Montecalvo said. “We are ready to defend our barricade,” he added. ...Read more ›
By ACE R. MORANDANTE Davao Today Alan Montecalvo, Indug’s spokesperson said Apex’s dumping of soil into the river has aggravated flooding when typhoon Pablo brought rains last December. The floods totally damaged 54 houses, partially damaged 30 houses and also damaged their livelihood including crops and farm animals. It also destroyed the bridge and riverways and killed two residents. ...Read more ›
By MARILOU AGUIRRE-TUBURAN Davao Today The City Information Office, in a text advisory Wednesday morning, said “classes from preschool to highschool levels will resume today, February 20” based on the Pagasa weather bulletin issued at 11 PM Tuesday. ...Read more ›