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JCI Durian City inducts officers

JCI Durian City held its 19th Induction and Turnover Ceremony last March 7, 2020. The chapter’s unique Vampire-themed event, with a royal blue theme truly wowed the crowd. JCI Durian…

Proposal on lead paints at SP

The ordinance requiring the use of lead safe paints in construction, maintenance, and renovation projects in the city will be tackled on third reading this week. The proponent of the…

3 NIA execs sacked

The Office of the Ombudsman has dismissed three officials of the National Irrigation Authority (NIA) in its Bukidnon Provincial Irrigation Office for their alleged involvement in multiple irregularities in the…

Hepa-B to be listed in Anti-Discrimination Law

The City’s Anti-Discrimination Ordinance will soon be amended to protect workers who have health concerns. The committee on health is set to discuss on second reading the possible amendments of…

Council to probe complaint on senior citizen discounts

The Committee on Transportation and Communication is set to review the reports that some of the taxi drivers allegedly refused to give discounts to senior citizens. The City Council passed…

Davao cop who hit PNP chief deployed to ARMM

The Davao City Police Office (DCPO) cop who allegedly bashed Philippine National Police Director General Oscar Albayalade on social media has already been transferred to the Autonomous Region in Muslim…

Affirmation of IP rep to council not deliberately delayed: NCIP

The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples clarified that the agency has no objection to the selection of Cherry Ann Ortiz-Codilla as the indigenous peoples’ mandatory representative (IPMR). “To say that…

Advincula ordered to take vacant council committee

Vice Mayor Bernard Al-ag has directed City Councilor Victorio Advincula Jr. to take over the Committee on Cultural Communities and Muslim Affairs. For the past eight sessions, there is no…

Goodbye, billboards

Billboards installed near bridges in the city will soon be dismantled. This after the Supreme Court, on April 17, ruled in favor of the city government against the Davao Billboard…

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