American playwright and activist Eve Ensler learned so many things from her visit at the evacuation camp in a church compound here on Friday, February 12.
Labor union group Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) lashed out at Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte over his offhanded statement Thursday, February 10, that seemingly ‘threatened’ labor unions from going against his policies when he becomes president.
The official of the City Environment and Natural Resources Office here announced on Thursday, February 11 that the first batch of compactor trucks for the city’s garbage has been delivered and is expected to lessen the cost of truck rentals of the city.
A Mindanao subsidiary of Japan’s Sumitomo Corp. is threatened with protests as its workers alleged the company of failing to respect the country’s labor laws.
Davao marked the first day of the campaign period with no election-related violence, the Philippine National Police (PNP) in this region said Wednesday, February 10.
Human rights group Karapatan in Southern Mindanao blamed the Philippine Army’s 46th Infantry Battalion (IB) for the death of a civilian who was shot by an unknown assailant on Tuesday noon, February 9 in Poblacion, Compostela, Compostela Valley Province.
The Philippines’ export sector can break into the new markets of India and Mexico as both countries have recorded a notable increase in demand for imported products amid a global economic slowdown.
Elders in Davao City join the launch of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s presidential race on Tuesday, February 9, along with thousands of supporters around the country.(Ace R.Morandante/davaotoday.com)
The Philippines reported a negative 3% growth in its total foreign shipments of manufactured goods in December 2015, a downtrend caused by a decrease in the performance of its six major commodities.
As this year’s campaign period breaks the light of day, millions of Filipino voters on Tuesday, February 9, were reminded of their responsibilities in the country’s democratic process.
Hope is not bleak for environmentalists aghast after the City Council removed the mandatory 10 percent green space requirement for new and future developments in the city.
Despite the unfortunate events that critics said will directly affect the growth of Mindanao, the island region will be able to arise from its challenges, its socioeconomic planning agency said.