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USA union goes on strike; might face suit

Members of the University of San Agustin Employees Union begun their second strike yesterday morning.

IPPO lags in PRO 6's performance evaluation

The city and provincial police offices of Iloilo registered a poor rating in the performance evaluation of the Police Regional Office 6 (PRO 6) for the first quarter of this year.

  Iloilo News: Miag-ao River
A.Chris Fernandez
No this is not a road. This is a dried river bed of the Miag-o River. Water tributaries everywhere in Iloilo province nowadays have been observed to have dried up as a result of the El Niño drought. There are even reports that most mountain barangays now experience a shortage of water. The Agriculture department reported that the El Niño phenomenon hitting the country, though mild, is due to last in six weeks.

Cause of drag race accident still undetermined

There is no explanation yet as to why a tragic accident happened in a drag racing competition in Brgy. Dacutan, Dumangas, Iloilo over the weekend

Iloilo News

Earth Day caravan hits destruction of environment, lives

A Panay-wide caravan was held on the occasion of Earth Day to denounce the Arroyo government's programs that 'destruct the environment and livelihood of the people.'

UPV student wins ESU-Philippines' National Public Speaking Competition

Last year, Patricia Evangelista of UP Diliman made headlines when she won the English Speaking Union's (ESU) International Public Speaking Competition in London, England, besting contestants from 37 countries all over the world.


Was it a House probe or a circus?
My Brother-in-law & other stories
My first job
Without the Whitecoat
Syndrome X... obesity as a risk factor
Bridging the gap
Hong Kong
on the dot
140 festivals and counting


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Last recourse

Rational Insanity


By Bryan Mari Argos

Antique in Perspective

What makes Gov. Sally Perez's 'maverick' man Friday being attacked

By Jun Escalona, Antique Bureau Chief

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

New duty scheme

By Francisco B. Lindero Jr.

Unusual Channel

Always have time to laugh

By Ma. Renette B. Uy


Summer tales (Part II)

By Joanne Marie Combong-Pijuan

Opinion Polls

Do you agree with the forecast of DoE that Panay Island will have a power crisis by 2007? Why?

By Marichel Teves-Magalona

Consumers Domain

GATS: services in foreign hands

By Ian Seruelo



G-Box 'para ebribadi hapi'

With the advent of G-Box, the oft-said line “everybody happy” has become more than just a worn out phrase usually uttered by 'beered-out' alcholics.

  Lorna Fe Pet- lopez

Music in the life of Tita Lorns

Lorna Fe Pet – Lopez is no ordinary musician, teacher and mother. She is a musician, teacher and mother that values commitment and dedication.