This Wednesday, December 27, most of the 6,000 jeepney drivers will join the transport strike to oppose the phaseout of jeepneys.
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The early Christmas rush turned tragic in Bankerohan Public Market when a civilian maneuvered a parked military truck and rammed it into marketgoers killing two and injuring three.
The city government’s Banda Dasig and Parada sa Pasko events last Friday were supposed to bring cheers but instead were jeered for stalling traffic for hours.
MEMORIES. Father and son enjoy the sight of a colorful ferris wheel at San Pedro Square, a night attraction organized by the city for the Christmas season. (Kath Cortez/davaotoday.com)
Two separate fires struck the city on Monday morning despite the cloudy weather brought by cyclone Kabayan.
Activists in Davao City continue to raise the call to stop red-tagging and harassment of activists and community workers. Two Lumad students and two teachers were recently cleared from trumped up charges filed by the military. (Sean Jhayzeith Cortez/davaotoday.com)
In a rally held in Davao’s Freedom Park, the activists led by Bagong Alyansang Makabayan raised sectoral issues which they say embody the struggle of Bonifacio for freedom for the people.
Davao City Mayor Sebastian “Baste” Duterte has been rarely seen in public for the past months, but he has a reason why.
The youth group Anakbayan commemorates its 25th anniversary on November 30, which is also the birth anniversary of Katipunan founder Andres Bonifacio. The group stages a rally affirming to uphold the revolutionary spirit of Bonifacio through activism and fighting for people’s rights and demands. (Kath Cortez/davaotoday.com)
A video of a female crew of a Chowking fast food resto going house-to-house in a subdivision just to boost their poor sales has raised criticisms online, prompting the fast-food chain management to review and stop the said practice.