The National Food Authority (NFA) of Davao reported on Monday, March 28 that based on their survey, there will be no big price hike for rice throughout the El Niño period in the region.
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During the March 16 rally attended by an estimated crowd of 20,000, Davao Today, talked to some of the supporters of Duterte to react on the issue that some of them has been tagged as “bully” in the social media.
The crowd favorite contestant number 11, Allyza Molly T. Teodoro from Buhangin Proper was crowned Mutya ng Dabaw 2016 on Tuesday night, March 15.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) encouraged taxpayers to use the electronic filing (e-filing) of their income tax this early to avoid data traffic or delay by the long queue for manual filing.
A big portion of the Davao River is contaminated with the coliform bacteria, the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) of Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) 11 said.
For the benefit of Guinness Book of World Records holder Monfort Bat Sanctuary, Philippine bats for Peace Foundation (PBFP), Inc. will hold a Davao Land of Peace (DAVALOP) sunrise Run for Peace, Love & Awareness on March 19 at Rizal Park.
The Datu Bago Awardees Organization, Inc. picked two individuals to award the most prestigious distinction given by the city in its annual celebration of the city charter day.
Why is Councilor Diosdado Mahipus proposing to amend a city ordinance that removes the green space requirement for development projects when such move has been vetoed by the mayor in February?
The use of the internet with a stable and fast connection at an accessible price is significant for voters this coming election, says a group campaigning for internet rights.
Various Filipino veteran actors and artists collaborated to perform for a music video that campaigns for the Lumads of Mindanao.