The Commission of Elections (Comelec) disclosed that that two shopping malls – SM Ecoland Davao and Abreeza Ayala Mall – would host some of the election precincts in the May Presidential and local elections.
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Philippine National Police (PNP) Region 11 said they are implementing a strict security for the distribution of election paraphernalia in the Commission on Elections (Comelec) precincts in Davao City starting Wednesday, April 20.
A law mandating the segregation of halal food from non-halal food in the market is underway as the city council here unanimously approved with finality the said ordinance on Thursday, April 19.
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Davao’s plan to beam “free” wireless fidelity (WiFi) service in the city has been given a green light as local legislators here approved with finality the ordinance backing the said project on Tuesday, April 19.
The City Social Services and Development Office (CSSDO) reported that a total of 396 families lost their homes after a massive fire gutted a portion of the wet market in Barangay Bankerohan last Friday, April 15 at 4:00 pm.
Macario Gonzaga, assistant regional director of the Land Transportation Office, reported on Monday, April 18 that a total of 101 drivers renewed their licenses during the seminar on road safety by the LTO.
This city is again is once again nominated for the Presidential Award for the Most Child Friendly City.
The Mount Apo fire is not yet “fire out but fire under control”, the Davao regional Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) here said on Friday, April 15.
The Davao Light and Power Co. (DLPC) announced on Thursday, April 14, that there will be no power interruption in Davao City during the May 9 elections.