The city’s lawmakers have given the green light to shift to the digitalization of their documents in a proposed ordinance filed by the Committee of Information Technology (CIT).
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The Davao City Government will get an additional Php 2.58 billion supplemental budget for the calendar year 2023, with the City Mayor’s office getting the highest piece of the budget worth Php 647 million for projects.
The National Book Development Board’s first-ever Philippine Book Festival in Davao City was held in time with the city’s Kadayawan festival, running from August 18 to 20 at SMX Convention Center in SM Lanang, showcasing Filipino authors, illustrators and their works and publishers of cherished Filipino literature.
The Sindac Anib Performing Ensemble from Bislig, Surigao del Sur, who have won the grand championship three times, presented a performance depicting the challenges faced by their tribe living by the riverside. Their dance celebrates the bountiful produce of nature and their harmonious way of life.(Kath Cortez/davaotoday.com)
Today’s young generation may be engrossed with mobile and video games, but in this year’s Dula Kadayawan (Kadayawan Games), part of Davao City’s Kadayawan festivity, young indigenous and Moro people got to participate and showcase their traditional games to the public, untouched by modernization.
The retail price of various types of well-milled rice at Bankerohan Public Market is currently pegged at Php 48 to Php 58 per kilo. Last week, the prices were between Php 44 to Php 50 per kilo.
Beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) are encouraged to apply and avail of the lifeline electricity rate subsidy under the new guidelines of the Lifeline Act 2022 before September this year.
A group of young people from an indigenous community is maximizing its members’ artistic talents to revive and preserve their traditional practices and promote environmental protection.
A senior Davao City councilor resigned from his chairmanship of two key committees during Tuesday’s session, August 8, raising speculation of a rift with the city mayor.
Single-use plastic wastes collected by volunteer coast guards on a weekly coastal clean-up drive were recycled into hollow blocks and paver bricks for Php 13 each.