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Permanent site planned for Kadayawan Village

THE CITY government is planning a long-term version of the Kadayawan Village, where samples of the indigenous architecture of the 11 tribes in the city are displayed at the Magsaysay Park during this year’s festival.

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Croc suspends tightrope walk

THE CROCODILE Park has indefinitely suspended the operations of its tightrope walk after one of its employees fell into a pool of crocodiles and suffered minor lacerations.

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Eagle center re-opened

TOURISTS who flock to the city for the Kadayawan festival, after all, can go and personally see the national bird.

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Most competitive

Davao tops cities outside Metro Manila FOR THE SECOND year in a row, the city is still the most competitive city outside Metro Manila, a government-organized public-private sector competitiveness group said.


59 rights violations in ComVal recorded

THE KILUSANG Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP) has accused the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte of committing 59 human rights violations

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PMA entrance exam set

THE PHILIPPINE Military Academy (PMA) is intensifying the recruitment of senior high school student to become officers of the Armed Forces

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Prevent infection

Team needed to respond to avian flu, other animal diseases THE CITY council committee on agriculture is calling for Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to institutionalize a policymaking group on the prevention of animal


Tax online trade

City may include online businesses in revenue code THE CITY government is including in its proposed draft for a revised revenue code the collection of rates for businesses such as Airbnb, an application


Eagle facility closed after avian outbreak

THE PHILIPPINE Eagle Foundation (PEF) will temporarily close its Malagos facility to protect the birds following the avian flu outbreak.

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Business Bureau orders closure of 260 boarding houses THE CITY government has sanctioned at least 260 boarding houses in the city after a thorough inspection of more than a thousand houses earlier this month.