DAVAO CITY – Fifteen peasants including a mother and his 12-year old son were allegedly rounded-up by soldiers and forced…
The Davao City Transport and Traffic Management Office disclosed that the city needs to have towing cars to free up more parking spaces and ease traffic congestion.
Crison Martesio, 39, who currently works in Dubai, will join Filipino migrant workers elsewhere to keep away from banks and remittance centers on Friday to protest the fees collected from Overseas Filipino Workers in sending out balikbayan boxes.
A migrant’s group wants the Bureau of Customs (BOC) to make public the results of their random inspection on “balikbayan” boxes allegedly containing illegal contraband.
A local official here said the city’s income from the night market has almost doubled from last year’s figures.
After the merrymaking during the Kadayawan Festival, power interruptions in the city are back this week until the end of the month, Davao Light announced Wednesday.
Advocates revived a support group for indigenous peoples and peasants amidst what they call “an intensified attack” on Lumad and peasant communities in Mindanao.
A nearly blind senior citizen and two minors were among those killed and reported to the media as New Peoples Army members who fought against the Army in Bukidnon province last week, a human rights group said.
A local artists group from the Southern part of Mindanao will be representing the Philippines in an international music festival in Uzbekistan today until August 30.
A militant lawmaker urged the public to guard the national budget for next year as this would probably be used as an election budget.
The Alyansa ng Mga Tagapagtanggol ng Wikang Filipino (Tanggol Wika) would want politicians to include the use of the Filipino language and K to 12 as among the election issues in their political campaign.
The 30th Kadayawan Festival highlights the “Lumadnong Dula” that was participated in by five tribes in Davao City.