Law enforcers and military forces foiled an attack carried out by a group of armed individuals believed to be members of the Communist fighters in a Bukidnon town Tuesday night, the police regional office said Wednesday.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in Davao Region (PDEA-11) expressed support to the decision of its head office to ban Shanti Dope’s song “Amatz.”
Youth and teacher’s groups decry the recent decision of the Supreme Court (SC) affirming Commission on Higher Education’s (CHED) memorandum that would no longer require subjects on Filipino and Philippine Literature in college.
The research group Center for Women Research (CWR) said the institutionalization of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) “merely reflects the inadequacies of the government in providing basic social services and its failure to eliminate the roots of poverty in the country.”
The Bagobo Klata/Guiangan Tribal Councils recently named a new Indigenous People Mandatory Representative (IPMR) to sit in the upcoming 19th Council of the city government of Davao.
Concrete measure to ease the growing traffic woes in Davao City must be the priority of the 19th City Council set to assume post on June 30.
The close to a dozen container vans that arrived from Australia early this month were not toxic garbage but processed materials which will be used as fuel for a cement company’s manufacturing plants, said the Bureau of Customs (BOC) Thursday.
The city government is eyeing for the increase of the penalties for violators of the anti-smoking decree.
Local drug reformists in the city now eye opportunities for additional support with the recent engagement made by the Davao City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (CADAC) to other stakeholders, particularly with a government agency and a private company.
The City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) reported the apprehension of 23 drivers of Public Utility Jeep (PUJs) for driving without Public Utility Vehicle (PUV) drivers’ identification cards.