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Reyes assures no whitewash in probe of 'corrupt' trainors

First there was the issue on bribe money. Then hazing. Now, the training instructors of the Philippine National Police (PNP) in the region are in hot water for alleged abuse and corruption.

400 squatters get new homes

Hundreds of informal settlers, otherwise called 'squattters,' affected by the Iloilo Flood Control Project have been given relocation sites, Roy Firmeza of the Iloilo City Urban Poor Affairs Office said.

  Iloilo News : Terminal Market
Vendors at the Iloilo Terminal Market have complained of low sales after the Perimeter Boundary Ordinance was implemented.

Terminal Market vendors fear slump in sales with Bagsakan

With the Pavia Bagsakan terminal comes the bagsak (slump) in sales at the Iloilo Terminal Market (ITM).


Peco: What rollback?

The Energy Regulatory Commission's order for Panay Electric Company Inc. (Peco) to effect a P2 power rate rollback has not yet become final, an officer from the firm clarified.

Guimaras gets energy boost, Arroyo switches on 3.4 MW power plant

Guimaras province gets boost in its power supply when President Gloria Macapagal switches on this April 15 the 3.4 MW Bunker Oil-fired Guimaras Power Plant in Barangay San Miguel, Jordan.


Panay's oldest town celebrates 433rd year

The town of Oton, considered the oldest municipality in Panay, will be celebrating its 433rd Foundation Day on May 3 through the week-long Katagman Festival.


Stop making a noise, you hypocrites
My Brother-in-law & other stories
Lost & found
Without the Whitecoat
OBESITY… killing me slowly
Bridging the gap
The Elizalde and Co., Inc.
on the dot


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Rational Insanity

Journalism's should knows

By Brian Argos

Antique in Perspective

Antique Provincial Guards charged

By Jun Escalona, Antique Bureau Chief

D.P.A.(Straight from the Camp)


By Francisco B. Lindero Jr.

Unusual Channel

The days of wine and roses

By Ma. Renette B. Uy


Desperate housewives Pinoy Style

By Joanne Marie Combong-Pijuan

Eye Opener

Iloilo Business Hotel receipient of Gideon Bibles

By Rodolfo P. Gumabong

Opinion Polls

Do you believe that indeed Boracay is haven for sex tourism?

By Marichel Teves-Magalona

Consumers Domain

An irresponsible military officer

By Ian Seruelo


Anilao Centennial Park

Anilao: A town of cultural wealth and history

Anilao is one of the fast rising progressive towns of Iloilo province today. With the recent developments and changes in the town's physical features, Anilao is sure to become another town to watch for.

  Semana sang Iloilo Flower Exhibit

A display of Iloilo's best and finest products

As part of the celebration of the 104 th Semana Sang Iloilo a trade fair focusing on Iloilo's finest and best products, from furniture, fruits, vegetables to its cut-flower industry was held in front of the Iloilo Provincial Capitol.

Iloilo feature: St. Joseph summer program

St. Joseph School 's summer program

Children always love discovery, fun, excitement, and the summer season is just perfect for these activities.