132k AstraZeneca, 29k Pfizer, 80 Sinovac arrive at Davao International Airport

DAVAO CITY — Thousands of Coronavirus Vaccines (CoronaVac) arrived at the Davao International Airport on Tuesday afternoon (May 11) through Cebu Pacific Pacific Flight. Around 4:05 pm., Cebu Pacific 5J 969 conveyed the 132,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine, 29,250 doses of Pfizer and 80 doses of Sinovac. In an interview, Department of Health 11 (DOH …

Covid-19 surge prompts Davao City to reimpose curfew and limits sale of liquor

DAVAO CITY — The city government here is reimposing the enforcement of curfew and early restriction of selling liquor during the night time following the surge of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) cases in the past days.  Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio released the Executive Order No. 55 Series of 2020 An Orderorder Enforcing Curfew and Regulating other Activities Until …

Desperate husband burns rented room gutted 67 others including classrooms

DAVAO CITY — A man who just separate from his wife lit his rented room which resulted to the burning of 60 more houses and 7 classrooms in Barangay Leon Garcia, Agdao District, early morning of September 3. No serious injuries nor casualties reported, fire officials declared fire out at around 5:00 a.m and the …

Mother delivers baby in the arms of Talomo PNP along the national highway

DAVAO CITY —- A healthy baby girl was delivered in the arms of a police nurse along the national highway here. It was an ordinary morning for Talomo police personnel having their morning run when they noticed a pregnant woman touching her tummy at about 6 o’clock in the morning Tuesday, September 1, while forcing …

Duterte plans to visit families of Jolo blast victims- Go

DAVAO CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte is planning to visit the families of the victims of the gruesome August 24 bombings in Jolo, Sulu before going back to Manila. Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go in an interview Friday said the President wants to personally express his condolences to the bereaved families and visit the soldiers. …

Radyo ni Juan employees dissent sudden closure and dismissal amid COVID-19 crisis

DAVAO CITY—The employees of 94.7 Radyo ni Juan Davao (RNJ) has expressed dissent to the sudden company closure and their dismissal from work by their employer, Infomedia Resources Management (INFORM) Inc., at the height of the COVID19 outbreak. Station’s News Director Efren Armilla said in a statement, the group called the closure as bogus with an …