In the “Duterte country” that is Davao City, some residents were lured to a signature campaign distributed in their communities in the past week seeking to amend the Constitution which they thought was part of Duterte’s campaign.
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The wife of Davao City First District Congressman Paolo Duterte, January Duterte, is now president of the city’s Association of Barangay Captains which gives her a seat in the Davao City council.
Former president Rodrigo Duterte announced Saturday evening January 6 that he is not eyeing a comeback in the 2025 elections.
Davao City businessman Philip Dizon, owner of the popular Crocodile Park, died Sunday from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in Bansalan, Davao del Sur.
Archbishop Emeritus Fernando Capalla, who headed the Diocese of Davao for 16 years, passed away on January 6 at the age of 89.
Modernization is not bad and it could be good in order to improve everyone’s quality of life. However, this should be done conforming to the financial capabilities of everyone, not to only a few, which is not being considered.
Two fire incidents razed a total of 21 houses and 14 establishments during the course of the New Year’s celebration in Davao City.
It’s a sad New Year’s Day for 350 families in Barangay Leon Garcia, Agdao, a community also known as Gotamco, who lost their homes to a fire past midnight of December 27.
Wednesday’s transport strike led by Transmision-Piston paralyzed around 70 to 99% of the jeepney routes in Davao City as they oppose the impending Davao Bus System that will displace the old kings of the road.
This has been a regular sight every Christmas Day in the past years, as the Dutertes, who have dominated local and now national politics, provide a Pahalipay sa Pasko drive where they provide food items, grocery checks, and food packs for people who visit their old home.