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President Duterte visits wounded Scout Rangers in Jolo, Sulu

President Duterte visited this morning the wounded Scout Rangers in Sulu despite his busy schedule. He had been busy comforting the victims of the typhoon Ompong in the past days making sure the government is taking care of them before he flew to Sulu. What can you say about the service the President is giving to his people?  

Panelo strikes Trillanes: “Stop acting like an anxious puppy”

Salvador Panelo, Chief Presidential Legal Counsel, challenged Senator Antonio Trillanes IV to file a case regarding the alleged arbitrary threat to arrest him without a warrant and the alleged threat to his life. Panelo sent a statement to media on Saturday stating that if Trillanes truly believed that there was no basis for his arrest and that he was practically...

Mindanao Culinary Culture promotes Indigenous People’s cuisines

In Filipino culture, food is beyond fulfilling hunger — it also plays a vital role in creating unity among people. Mindanao, as a culturally diverse island with 11 tribes, introduced its various cuisines during the Pen 8, Mindanao Culinary Culture: Research and Writing Basics conducted in Ateneo de Davao University last May 19, 2018. Profound speakers were invited to instill...

COPERS Holds 3rd Round of Mental Health Awareness Seminar-Workshop

The Centre of Psychological Extension and Research Services, or more commonly known as COPERS, held its 3rd round of Mental Health Awareness (MHA) Seminar-Workshop at Ateneo de Davao University on April 28, 2018. Professionals and practitioners from different institutions all over Davao City attended this seminar-workshop. COPERS is the community engagement arm of the Psychology Department of the said...

Woes of Irresponsible Waste Disposal is a Call of Collective Action towards Environment

Davao City’s landfill in New Carmen was studied to be city’s dumpsite for 20 years. However, due to problematic waste management, it’s purpose can only hold for 5 years. Davao City is not the only city in the Philippines who suffers from environmental abuse due to irresponsible waste disposal. Boracay, coined as the most famous tourist hotspot in the country...

City Agriculture Office Organized the First Agribiz Expo in Davao City

In line with the celebration of the 81st inauguration anniversary of Davao City as a Chartered City, the Agribiz Expo was conducted last March 19, 2018, in Abreeza Mall to promote the locally produced products that are made by Dabawenyos. The event is a gateway for Davao’s agriculture to match farmers to consumers. Councilor Mabel Sunga Acosta read the speech...

A Cebuano Mocking Davao After Fire in Cebu Mall

A certain Jay El Dagum Templonuevo, changed his name to Jay Alvarez after his post gone viral, who claimed from Cebu posted in a public group Pulitika sa Sugbu a comparison of Davao fire incident on December 23, 2017, to the recent Cebu fire with two different photos of the incidents. Many of the netizens were not too happy with...

Davao’s December: Tragedy and Glory

Few days before Christmas, Tropical Storm Vinta brought heavy rains and widespread flooding in Davao Region. Davao City was not spared during the onslaught of Vinta. There are estimated 18,603 families in 25 barangays which had been affected by the flood. While the rescuers and authorities were trying to rescue the affected people, a fire broke out in one...

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