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Saturday 2nd August 2014
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Population: Approx 960,910
Longitude: 125.63
Latitude: 7.11
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Davao Airport
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News Headlines

Renewable energy for Davao Region pushed
The Regional Development Council 11 (RDC-11) convened the various stakeholders in Davao Region to discuss the existing power situation in the area, promote investments in renewable energy to ensure reliable power supply, and fast-track the implementation of awarded energy projects in the region. Representatives from various local government units (LGUs), national government agencies, and the ...
Davao Region posted 6.8% economic growth
DAVAO region's economic performance dropped to 6.8 percent in 2013 from 7.4 percent in 2012, a report from National Economic Development Authority (Neda)-Davao said.
Ex-Davao representative Nonoy Garcia dies
FORMER Davao City representative Manuel "Nonoy" Garcia (2nd District) passed away Thursday morning, July 31, at Rufino Cardinal Santos Hospital in Mandaluyong City due to heart attack. Davao leaders remember Garcia, 82, as one of Davao politicians who devoted his life to public service. Former Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio said she remembers Garcia as "a man who knew his strengths and weaknesses and ...
Isuzu Davao celebrates 65 years
Isuzu Davao, one of the country’s oldest dealers, celebrates its 65th anniversary since the company opened its doors in 1949. Though it has sold Isuzu vehicles exclusively since 1991, Southern Motors, Inc. (SMI) traces its roots further back. It was originally established as Southern Motors, Inc. (SMI) under the Yutivo and Sons Group of Companies. SMI sold General Motors (GM), and managed the ...
Davao council awaits NCIP side on Aboitiz geothermal project
DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/31 July)–The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) needs to give its recommendation first before a joint city council committee can draft a report regarding the request of… »
Industry sector spurs region's econ growth
DAVAO Region's industry sector posted a growth of 16.2 percent in 2013, surpassing by many folds its target of 4.8 percent last year, an economic study said. In a presentation during the 2013 Economic Performance of the Davao Region at the regional office of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) 11, Philippine Statistics Authority-Regional Statistical Coordination Unit...
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Sports Headlines

EPA says baseball fields near landfill are safe
Baseball fields that sit near a St. Louis County landfill that is contaminated with Cold War-era nuclear waste are safe for public use, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday. The EPA began ...
Obama commemorates Special Olympics anniversary at star-studded White House event
By Annika McGinnis WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Katy Perry, Jason Derulo and Stevie Wonder were all there - but the only guest who got to give President Barack Obama a hug during his speech was restaurant owner Tim Harris. Harris has Down syndrome, but he owns his own restaurant and is a Special Olympics star in year-round sports. "Presidents need encouragement once in a while too...Thank you, Tim ...
Olympic sailing champions race in huge Rio 'toilet'
Twenty-three Olympic medalists start trials on Saturday for the 2016 Rio Games in a bay littered with dead animals, television sets, sofas, shoes and not much clean water. More than 320 competitors from 34 countries will take part in nine days of racing in a Guanabara Bay which has become "a huge toilet," according to Mario Moscatelli, a biologist who has been fighting for a cleanup since 1997 ...
Trinidad sports minister resigns amid probe
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (AP) — Trinidad & Tobago's sports minister has stepped down amid an investigation into alleged financial mismanagement of a youth athletics program.
Aboitiz Football Cup searches for new home
WITH the closure of the Aboitiz Sports Field, the biggest football tournament in Cebu, the Aboitiz Football Cup, is left without a home. The Aboitiz Football Field will be developed into a mixed-used district.
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