Failure not an option to make PH safer for media: PTFoMS

DAVAO CITY – Presidential Task Force on Media Security (PTFoMS) Undersecretary Joel Egco on Monday assured that government will leave no stone unturned in making the Philippines safer and a much better place for international and local journalists. “Failure is not an option in this government’s effort,” Egco said during the 1st National Information Convention (NIC) … Read More

‘Vinta’ leaves Davao, two missing in DavOr

DAVAO CITY – Severe tropical storm Vinta left Davao Region, including Compostela Valley Province with minimal damages reported as clearing of debris begins in some affected areas. In an emergency meeting Friday called by Governor Nelson Dayanghirang for post assessment, the provincial governor was thankful Vinta left without casualty. However, two fishermen were reported missing … Read More

Classes, gov’t work suspended for Monday’s transport strike

DAVAO CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte suspended classes in all levels, both public and private schools, and government work nationwide as drivers and operators of public utility jeepneys schedule a nationwide strike. The suspension of work does not include the private sector. The President is giving private employers the discretion whether to suspend work. This was … Read More