Vacationers are starting to swell public bus and jeepney terminals on Saturday as the observance of the Holy Week began to peak.
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Residents, local government officials and environment advocates rode bicycles on Saturday evening to join the global observance of Earth Hour 2015.
A local farmer’s organization claimed that a mining company colluded with the Army to harass and threaten them into accepting it to operate in their area.
Air Asia Philippines announced an alll-women crew to navigate many of their flights in the country, as it opened anew its operation here in Davao City on Friday.
Should the long dry spell caused by the El Niño phenomenon continue, it will affect at least 7,000 hectares of crops and 11,000 farmers in the city, the City agriculturist here said.
A member of the Citizen Armed Forces Geographical Unit in Agusan del Sur has filed a petition for a Writ of Amparo and Habeas Corpus against leaders of indigenous peoples (IP) organizations who allegedly “convinced” the Banwaon tribe community to evacuate from their homes.
Security personnel of a ranch allegedly fired upon three members of an indigenous group which is asserting land claim in Butong, Quezon, Bukidnon on Tuesday morning.
Members of the LBC Davao Employees Union held a protest action during their lunch break on Tuesday.
The Moro Islamic Liberation Front Coordinating Committee for the Cessation of Hostilities (MILF-CCCH) refuted claims of near armed encounters between the MILF and police forces last March 14 in Maguindanao.
The widows and the wounded soldiers of the recent all-out offensives and law enforcement operations against the Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces (BIFF) in Maguindanao appealed to the government to continue to on-going peace process and to pass the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL).
The local government of Asuncion town owes the Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc., under the National Electrification Administration P 8 million.In an interview with Davao Today, Daneco legal counsel, Atty. Jorge Rapista, said Daneco’s board of director and management decided to cut the power supply of Asuncion local government because of “none payment of obligations.”