|UPDATED FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2005 4:40 PM ILOILO CITY, PHILIPPINES|
Top officials of the Municipality of Tubungan, Iloilo will show up in tomorrow’s (Saturday) funeral of a 19 year-old student ‘hazed to death’ by a city-based fraternity.
Twin denials have now been finally made by the father and son embroiled in the violent death of a 19 year-old Criminology student of St. Therese College here. “I know nothing about it,” the father said. “I was not there,” the son for his part maintained.
The supposed hearings for the stalled power substation project of the provincial government has been indefinitely suspended due to technicality.
The City Legal Office (CLO) has done its job, but it seems Mayor Jerry P. Treñas is not convinced.
Mayor Jerry P. Treñas warned Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) that the city government would take over its operations if they continue to fail paying their tax obligations to the city government.
The report rendered by the Committee on Social Services and Disaster Relief of the Sangguniang Panglungsod did not grill the people responsible for the bloated calamity report in relation to the September 16 flooding in the districts of Lapaz and Jaro.
Continued police efforts of the Passi City PNP on Monday’s robbery with homicide incident yielded positive results in the arrest of two suspects and identification of three others.
A day after The News Today reported the story of an abandoned motorcycle being used by a policeman formerly assigned at Molo PNP, SPO3 Rex Jabian finally returned the said motorcycle to the custody of the said police station.
The Municipality of Guimbal, Iloilo some 29 kilometers south of Iloilo City bested other municipalities emerging as the national choice of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) for being the “Most business-friendly” local government unit.
A number of Ilonggos residing in Canada will be taking time off from their labors to come home to Iloilo and watch the Dinagyang Festival this coming January.
Ajuy, Iloilo—The first ECD Mobile Resource Center launched in Ajuy on October 20, 2004 has become a unique and attractive learning base for children and even parents.
"Water for you and me: How far can we go?".This will be the theme of the oratorical contest to be conducted by the Metro Iloilo Water District (MIWD) as part of their 27th anniversary celebration.
Contenders from Region 6 shone in the European Commission and Office of the Ombudsman sanctioned competition On the Spot Poster Making, Slogan Making and Essay Writing awards ceremony held at the Convention Hall, Cebu Normal University, October 6.
The issuance of EO 453 on August 19, 2005, creating a Consultative Commission to Propose the Revision of the 1987 Constitution in Consultation with Various Sectors of Society, sets the stage for a change in certain provisions of the 1987 Constitution, particularly the shift from presidential unitary system to a parliamentary federal system of government and refocusing of economic policies in the Constitution to match the country’s vision for global competitiveness.