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The lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community has completed the distribution of 4,315 sacks of rice to the barangays. Mayor Sara Duterte has tapped the LGBT sector to help ...
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Mayor Sara Duterte on Thursday asked agencies in charge of arranging flights for stranded Dabawenyos to off-board passengers who manifest symptoms or those who tested positive for COVID-19 from mercy ...
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Davao Oriental has 12 new confirmed cases in the towns of Banaybanay and San Isidro as confirmed by the Provincial Inter-Agency Task Force. Ben Jason Tesiorna, Mati City information officer, ...
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The Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-Davao City Field Unit has urged complainants to pursue their complaints against barangay officials who allegedly committed anomalies in the distribution of the Special Amelioration ...
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The city government has released P1.3 million to Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) health workers who contracted the coronavirus infection. The amount was part of the commitment of Mayor Sara ...
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The city government yesterday named the five winning districts, or clusters, in the contest for fewer COVID-19 infections Mayor Sara Duterte herself distributed 2,000 chicken meals each to the five ...
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A city councilor has proposed for an P11 minimum fare for passenger jeepneys, higher by a peso than what the Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) recently approved. Councilor Conrado ...
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The 24-hour liquor ban will remain in Davao City even if the general community quarantine (GCQ) will be extended until June 15. Davao City was included in the highly urbanized ...
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The City Health Office was directed to prepare a strategic plan in preparation for the resumption of the Davao International Airport to accommodate commercial flights. We ordered our City Health ...
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Two rowdy police officers are now sobering up in jail after they allegedly abused their authority in separate incidents on Tuesday. Cpl. Richie Coberos, assigned to the Sta. Ana Police ...
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