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3 job fairs to be held

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Region XI and the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) will holds three jobs fair to help the construction industry, said Councilor Antoinette Principe.

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IBP to offer legal services down to grassroots level

The Integrated Bar of the Philippines will offer a community legal aid fair to 500 residents of Barangay Talomo Proper in line with the celebration of the National Law Week.

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Council passes ordinance to decongest terminals

The City  Council yesterday passed on third and final reading the measure to allow more van terminals and bus loading/unloading points outside the Davao City Overland Transport Terminal (DCOTT).

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Brgy. Mintal youth runner-up in Mr. and Ms. Chinatown ’18

Carly Jane Chua, a resident of Barangay Mintal, was hailed as 2nd Runner-up in the recent Mr. and Ms. Chinatown 2018 held at the Mall of Asia Arena on Sept. 2.

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More studies for bats pressed

The Monfort Bat Sanctuary in Barangay Tambo, Samal Island, home to the largest colony of Geoffrey’s Rousette fruit bats, is now pushing for further research to closely study the nature and the activities of bats at night.

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Mintal SK offers free photocopies

The Sangguniang Kabataan Council of Barangay Mintal under Chair Kendall Joyce Abrio is offering free photocopy and printing services for all youths aged 10 to 30 years old.

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Gumalang pushes for longer ID validity

The Barangay ID system of Gumalang in Calinan District will be amended to ensure that it’s no longer coterminous with the sitting punong barangay.

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Organ donation reinforced in the region

The SPMC Human Advocate and Retrieval Effort (SHARE) organized the second intermediate transplant procurement management to raise awareness on organ donations, especially among dialysis patients in the country.

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Group calls on council to craft law on OFW benefits

Members of an advocacy group sought help from the City Council on Tuesday’s regular session to push for a resolution that will push for further benefits and privileges for the overseas Filipino workers.

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Outdated CCTVs hinder no-contact apprehension

The city can’t yet implement the no-contact apprehension for traffic violations due to outdated closed-circuit televisions (CCTV).

Posted in Opinion