The Talaingod Manobos highlighted an Earth Day protest rally here where they slammed government agencies for allowing the entry of five mining companies into their homeland in Davao del Norte.
The wife of a soldier captured by communist guerillas early this month appealed for the release of her husband after 18 days of captivity.
American, European and Japanese chambers of commerce have signed an agreement to form a Southern Mindanao Growth Corridor to open investments here in Mindanao that will serve as their gateway for the Asian market.
Netizens complained of slow internet speed in the country, a criticism corroborated by a report released by an
internet broadband testing company which ranked Philippines as the 158th in 190 countries that have the slowest internet speed in Southeast Asian Region.
Police are near completing the recovery of the 64 high grade cocaine bricks that snuck into the city last March as two more bricks were surrendered to authorities over the Holy Week.