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January 4, 2005 Iloilo City, Philippines
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Tupas's priority this year: Coal power plant for the province

Despite mounting protests, Gov. Niel D. Tupas Sr. is bent on pushing for the realization of a coal fired power plant in the province this year.

Lawmen alert as ceasefire ends

Elements of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Philippine National Police (PNP) in the region were told to be extra vigilant and conduct proactive measures to preempt possible attacks from the New People's Army (NPA) following the lapse of the holiday ceasefire on January 2, 2004.

New Year's celeb aftermath: Less incidents, more damages

The police assessed the welcome celebration for 2005 in Iloilo City as generally peaceful.

DOH: Low cases of blast injury this year

The Department of Health (DOH) in the region reported low blast injuries resulting from the last New Year's Eve celebration.

Security tightened for Panay festivals

Security plans have been readied for two successive festivals happening in Panay Island this January.


Without the Whitecoat
2005… the outlook of MEDICAL PRACTICE
My Brother-in-law & other stories
Father Blessing
Bridging the Gap
Fishermen's cooperatives in Kagoshima
on the dot
Back and recharged


Iloilo Yearbook 2005

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Sneak preview of contents

About the yearbook


Just Right

The monkey won't leave until February 8, 2005

Anything goes

A lot to be thankful for

Rational Insanity

Literary rarities

Unusual Channel

A miracle water bottle story of fait


Jezer and his sand castles

JBLCF Arevalo: Soaring high with PQA Award

In what year was Sharon Cuneta bestowed the title Megastar? or what was the most expensive film ever made in the Philippines?... care to scan your mind and answer these flickering queries that reflect the grandeur, splendor and magnificence of the Philippine cinema once hailed as the Hollywood Far East?


Sol Fernandez's infinite passion for classical ballet