With huge billboards sprouting over the country in the past weeks egging Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to run for the presidency next year, the mayor said she is not changing her decision to run for the country’s highest post.
The city government’s implementation of its second “community exercise” to build its “culture of security” goes to the barangay level as it targets an alleged communist threat in the city.
Councilors raised concern over the rising costs of pork and other meat products in the market amid the COVID-19 pandemic and are seeking subsidy for hog raisers.
Hours before the start of the oral arguments on the petitions against the anti-terror law on February 2, the two Aeta farmers, who have been jailed and first to be charged under the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 (ATA), filed a petition requesting the Supreme Court (SC) to include them in the 37 petitions that seek to declare the law void.
Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio warned the public of a scam involving her name that collects funds for her bid in the 2022 national elections.
Student groups in Mindanao urged the government to recalibrate its strategies to end the armed conflict through resolving the root causes of armed rebellion: poverty, inequality, corruption, and atrocious governance, instead of sowing fear against dissent.
The University of Philippines Mindanao (UPMin) administration, student council and student publication joined the UP community in condemning the termination of an agreement with the government that restricts military and police personnel within the UP campuses.
Women advocates and the University of the Philippines Mindanao community wants to stop victim blaming from the public on the death of 23-year old flight attendant Christina Angelica Dacera.
2020 may be the year of the pandemic, but there are people and events that defined the year Davao City went through this pandemic.
The ten months of community quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted to 15,285 job losses in Davao Region, the report from the regional Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said.