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Flood affects hundreds

Hundreds of individuals were affected by a massive flooding that hit some parts of the southern area of the city Thursday evening. According to the flood report issued by the…

DSWD extends help to earthquake victims

Quake-hit residents in the towns of Magsaysay and Bansalan in Davao del Sur received assistance from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office XI. DSWD reported it…

Villafuerte: 86% of targets vaccinated

Health officials have recorded a positive turnout on the massive polio vaccination campaign in the city. In her report to the City Council during the regular session last Tuesday, Councilor…

City releases route map for evacuation centers

The City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO) has devised a map showing the evacuation route for residents of disaster-prone areas, particularly in the coastal areas. In its Facebook…

Officials: MICECon to become city’s promotional tool

The city will use the hosting of the Philippine Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) Conference 2020 as its way of promoting itself as a destination, officials said. Even before…

LTO XI urged: Freeze ban on back riders of pick-ups, trucks

The Land Transportation Office in the region is urged to amend the implementation of its rule that prohibits back riders on pick-up trucks, multicabs, and trucks. Councilor Conrado Baluran, who…

P3-K cash gift for elderly won’t happen until 2021

The P3,000 annual cash gift to senior citizens won’t likely be implemented this year, a lawmaker clarified. Councilor Wilberto Al-ag, chair of the committee on social services, in an interview…

Abella eyes standards for livestock industry

Councilor Ralph Abella has proposed for an ordinance that will set standards for the livestock industry, including the promotion of odor-free livestock raising. Abella, committee on agriculture chair, in his…

City gives P1.5-M to 5 quake damaged towns

The city will give P1.5 million to five neighboring towns that were badly hit by the Oct. 16 earthquake. With the endorsement of the committee on finance, ways & means…

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