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Police Regional Office (PRO 6) 6 regional director Chief Supt. Doroteo Reyes II visits the Tan residence in Brgy. Taal, Molo.
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Ultimatum out, 'Solve Tan massacre'

Updated: January 10, 2006 8:45 AM
An order has been issued by the top hierarchy of the Philippine National Police for city cops to solve the gruesome deaths of a Filipino-Chinese businessman, his wife and six-year old daughter.

Beleaguered town vice mayor seeks PGMA’s help on fight vs mayor, vice guv

After weeks of being on the receiving end of attacks hurled through the media, the vice mayor of a Guimaras town finally counters with an offensive straight to the Office of the President in Malacañang. This, alongside yet another offensive earlier filed before the Office of the Ombudsman in the Visayas.

Mayor, vice guv, 11 other Guimaras officials charged before Ombudsman

There is trouble, major trouble, in the confines of Guimaras governance as one town mayor, the island's vice governor and eleven other top provincial government officials were hurled before the Office of the Ombudsman in the Visayas for a criminal complaint.


Obet to Mejorada: Sue me!

Vice Governor Roberto "Obet" Armada denied the allegation hurled by Provincial Administrator Manuel Mejorada that he is keeping thirty ghost employees in his office.

Strict implementation of three ordinances ordered

Mayor Jerry P. Treñas ordered concerned city government offices to step up the campaign against jaywalking, smoking, and littering as the Dinagyang Festival draws near.

No compromise yet between IDFI, Sta. Teresita Parish

The Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation Inc. and the Sta. Teresita Del Niño Jesus Parish have yet to come up with a compromise on the objection of the latter to have the fourth judging are constructed along Quezon-De Leon, City Proper.

Treñas sends four councilors to ERC hearings

Four members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod will be looking after the welfare of Ilonggo power consumers when the Energy Regulatory Commission holds its hearings to resolve the Panay Electric Company-Panay Power Corporation power rates controversy.

310 graduates from city’s livelihood training program

Around three hundred ten (310) residents of the city have successfully completed a series of livelihood trainings in the pursuance of the government's ultimate goal of giving the impoverished sector of our society the opportunity to improve their lot economically.


DAR mulls agri-dev't zone in northern Antique

The Department of Agrarian Reform eyes six towns in the northern part of the province of Antique to become Agrarian Reform Zones.

Singapore bolsters safety awareness of foreign domestic workers

Here's good news to Overseas Filipino Workers who plan to work in Singapore.


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