Web www.thenewstoday.info
June 6, 2007, Iloilo City, Philippines
Home | About | Guestbook | Forum | Feedback

Love struck rebels surrender to gov't forces

Wanting to get married and live peacefully, two members of the New People's Army (NPA) surrendered to the Philippine Army.

IOPC reduces number of 2nd round claimants

Out of the more than 100,000 claims submitted by the second round of claimants for pollution damages from the Petron oil spill in Guimaras, only 2,600 have been found duly accomplished, the head of the regional task force on the oil spill said.

Enlarge this image
Rebel Returnees
A. Chris Fernandez
Rebel returnees Aldren Glaiz, 20, and Relyn Celeste, 19, both of Tapaz town in Capiz answer questions from the media while holding hands together.

School kids in good hands, city's top cop assures

Over 60,000 school children in public elementary and high schools throughout Iloilo City are in good hands. In fact, with hundreds of uniformed police officers deployed here, Senior Superintendent Wesley Barayuga, Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO) director said "back to school" peace and order conditions are thus far "all well, all good."


Treñas vows to address water, power supply problems

City Mayor Jerry P. Treñas expressed that he will take measures to address the problem on the shortage of water and power supply in the city during his last term.

Computerization of three city govt offices underway

The computerization for the three important offices of the city government will kick off after the World Bank (WB) has laid down the rules for the P14-million project. Of the P14 million, P7 million is in form of a grant.

Town mayors urged to sign MOU with NSO for SECPA issuance

Philippine Association of Civil Registrars (PACR) President Luchi Flores said at least 200 mayors in the country have already signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the National Statistics Office (NSO) for the simplification of the issuance of the Security Papers (SECPA).

DepEd observes smooth school opening in Iloilo City

The first day of the school year 2007-2008 for some 63,000 thousand students here in this city was generally smooth and orderly, according to Dr. Erlinda Gencaya, Iloilo City School Division Superintendent.

Flood control project IEC group launches barangay 'wall news'

It might be a simple wall news but when it is in support of a big project like the Iloilo Flood Control Project II (IFCP), then it means so much to the affected barangays.


AusAID LGDP Iloilo-Guimaras joint tourism, infra plan takes off

Integrated tourism and integrated infrastructure action plans for the provinces of Iloilo and Guimaras will finally kick off as top officials of the Australian Embassy meet tomorrow with local counterparts of the Australian Government, AusAID-backed project.

Capiz gets 2 new ambulances

Roxas City -- The City Health Office (CHO) here has boosted its capability to deliver basic health services after acquiring another new ambulance. This time it came from Capiz First District Congressman Rodriguez Dadivas.


Anything Under the Sun
Cross and crown of Arevalo
Consumers Domain
Glimmer of Hope
Without the Whitecoat
Patient-centered medical practice
Bridging the gap
Weaponry of the pre-colonial Bisayans
Ang Mga Bagong Bayani in MS Noordam (2)
Health @ Heart
Sex and Diabetes 2


Young Voice:
Peace be with you

/ Maria Reylan M. Garcia

Rational Insanity:
Reinventing inventions

/ Bryan Mari Argos

By Order:
PRO 6's tribute to democracy

/ PCSupt. Wilfredo V. Dulay, Sr.

Emergence of the Neo-Nazi culture, children's behavior and hauntings of my past

/ By Ma. Zoe Razel Cadena-Pittracher

A fresh mandate

/ Nelson C. Robles


/ Kathy M. Villalon

Res Gestae:
In need of miracles!

/ Francisco B. Lindero, Jr.

Ilonggo hospitality and Fiesta in the City

/ Yehlen J. Camarista

Cerebral Combustion:
I am losing my Religion

/ Hacel D. Du-Chua


Dj Cowboy

Dj Cowboy: Our very own is making waves in China

Vincent Paul Gubrian Juatas aka dj Cowboy is another Ilonggo who proves that we are a nation of excellent musicians. Dj Cowboy is making waves as a spin doctor in Changchun City, China. Not only that, he has mixed in other countries, too.

----------------------------------------Palisades Iloilo

Music and fun at the Palisades Iloilo launch

The launching of St. Rafael Development Corporation's The Palisades Iloilo last May 26 at the Amigo Terrace Hotel was a grand affair. Mary Rosalind Magalona, president of SRDC, who looked fabulous in red, led the unveiling of The Palisades Iloilo. Ted Magalona, marketing consultant, said that The Palisades is Iloilo's most beautiful subdivision because of its landscaping and spaciousness.


She weaves for beauty

Crafts are as old as human history. Normally, they are a means of producing objects of inherent aesthetic appeal. Among the earliest basic crafts are basketry, pottery and weaving. Nearly every craft now practiced can be traced back many hundreds of years.

----------------------------------------Palisades Iloilo

The Palisades Iloilo launched

The launching of The Palisades Iloilo was a grandiose affair. No stone was left unturned in the preparations for such a big project of St. Rafael Development Corporation (SRDC) ,which will ultimately bring Ilonggos a new concept of living.


Iloilo Yearbook 2007Get your copy of the Iloilo Yearbook now. You can buy directly at the TNT office or email us at marketing@the newstoday.info

What's Inside?

About the yearbook