Duterte brings love and hope to children with cancer

DAVAO CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte visited children at the Southern Philippines Medical Center in Davao City on December 29, 2019. This, as Duterte’s tradition to a sector close to his heart, the children cancer patients. In 2007, Duterte  bequeathed his own house at Margarita Village so that children can use them, thus, a shelter called  House …

Philippines secures lead to champion the 30th SEA Games

DAVAO CITY— Now it can be told, Team Philippines’ will emerge the overall champion in the 30th Southeast Asian Games. As of this publication, Team Philippines has already garnered 91 Gold Medals, 70 silver and 71 bronze or 232 medals. which is enough lead to secure and claim the overall championship in the competition. Here …

Army soldiers drop firearms to carry PWD who receive relief goods, wheelchair

MAKILALA, North Cotabato— On November 19, Army soldiers Cpl. Brian Ayo-on and Pfc Allan Raagas of the 10th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army, dropped their firearms to carry Luwel Laguyo, a person with disability, who travelled about 24 kilometers from his village Guangan, to join his group in the town center and receive his …

Duterte to give smuggled Hummers, luxury vans to police, military

DAVAO CITY (August 2) — President Rodrigo Duterte wants the smuggled  Hummer cars and luxury vans reserved for the police and the military. This as he spared over ten  Hummer cars from the destruction of PHP296-million worth of 68 luxury vehicles and eight motorcycles at Port Irene in Cagayan on July 30. Duterte said he …

Largest antenna in PH to built in Davao

DAVAO CITY, Philippines– The Department of Science and Technology in Davao Region (DOST-11) will build the largest tracking antenna in the Philippines in Davao City as part of its strong commitment in providing innovative solution through research and development. DOST Davao Region director Anthony Sales said the facility is covered by a Memorandum of Agreement …

San Juanico Bridge to be lit up in November

TACLOBAN CITY — The San Juanico Bridge, the country’s longest, will be the first in the Philippines to have a new nighttime face with the approval of an PHP80-million budget to illuminate the 2.16-km. structure this year. Transforming the 45-year-old bridge would draw more visitors to Samar and Leyte provinces and attract tourism-related business in the …