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City is determined to continue traffic experiment—Plagata

The demands set forth by the Iloilo City Alliance of Drivers Association (Icada) fell on deaf ears as the city government's Traffic Technical Working Group (TWG) is determined to continue the traffic experimentation until next month.

More innovations in Dinagyang '08

The Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation Inc. (IDFI) will initiate more changes in 2008 Dinagyang Festival to make the affair more colorful and festive.

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Iloilo City Hall Ground Zero
The old Iloilo City Hall is down to ground zero. On this site will rise a high-rise, modern building that will soon house offices under the Iloilo City government.

12 Iloilo towns undergo geohazard assessment

The Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) has completed the conduct of rapid geohazard assessment in 12 municipalities in Iloilo province.


No more glaring Xmas lights for police stations

Different police precincts in the city will not glare during the Holiday Season as the top official of the Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO) ordered all station chiefs not to adorn their stations with holiday lights or Christmas lights.

City dad wants internet shops to block porn sites

Councilor Julienne Baronda is pushing an ordinance mandating all shops here to install a software that would block access to pornograhic websites.

SP to 'wait and see' over questioned gas station

The Sangguniang Panlungsod will not dip its hand in the petition hailed by residents of Barangay Dulonan, Arevalo against a proposed gasoline station owned by businessman Jose Santos.

PRO-6 to secure visiting IPU delegates in Boracay Island

The Police Regional Office 6 (PRO-6) is ready to provide security to participants of the 1st Global Parliamentary Meeting on HIV-AIDS who are planning to take a side trip to Boracay Island.


Aklan solon files bill dividing the province into two congressional districts

KALIBO, Aklan -- Aklan lone district Rep. Florencio Miraflores filed a bill that seeks to divide the province into two congressional districts.

Bacolod City gov't to proceed demolition of 34 houses

The city government of Bacolod will proceed with the demolition of the 34 houses on Saturday despite a plea for extension from the affected residents.

Sinadya sa Halaran reels off Dec. 5

Roxas City -- With the theme "Sulong kita sa Progreso, kay labi sa tanan ang tawo ang maka benepisyo" that seeks to underscore the importance of unity as a means to make Capiz a more progressive and better place to live in, the province and this capital city are once again opening their doors to visitors and Capiceños alike for their premier festival Sinadya sa Halaran.


Bridging the gap
The early development of boat-building in Panay
A brighter day for little Jane
Health @ Heart
Robotic Radiosurgery; Gamma Knife vs. Cyberknife
Without the Whitecoat
Food supplements: Business or cure?
Consumers Domain
Trapoliticking at its peak
Anything Under the Sun
Baptists in Panay


Bull's Eye:
Trisikads are back

Res Gestae:
'Neurotic' no more

/Francisco B. Lindero Jr.

Text Messages: Boon or Bane?

By Minviluz S. Fayo, MA Ed.

The corruption of power

/ By Fr. Roy Cimagala

Up the ante

/ By Jo Martinez-Clemente

Coffee Thursdays Just Brewing Thoughts:
Death on a Thursday

/ By Paolo Carreon

bonafide text:
Marimar mania

/ By Nicfranz C. de los Reyes

Young Voice:
Francis and Ester

/ By Maria Reylan M. Garcia

Faking it

/ By Kathy M. Villalon

Rational Insanity:
10 titles every human should have in their library

/ By Bryan Mari Argos

Eye Opener:
Origin of place names (2)

/ By Rodolfo P. Gumabong

The menacing disease called Dengue


The face of poverty

By Antonio C. Abaya


PJ Aranador

PJ Aranador's summer collections bared

PJ Arañador, international lifestyle designer, wants a headstart. Thus, he launched his Summer 2008 collection at the SM City Carpark last Nov. 10, 2007. His exciting collection came in the colors orange, purple, blue, green, white, camel brown and metallics.

---------------------------------------- Rita Carla Fernandina Opolencia-Peña

Gentle-natured Rita

The name Rita Carla Fernandina Opolencia-Peña is not new to us. After all, she had been queen of the famous Jaro Fiesta in 2005 and daughter of Rito Carlos "Judgee" Lopez-Peña and Sarah Opolencia-Peña.


----------------------------------------Folded & Hung

Folded & Hung now in Iloilo

The brand Folded & Hung has been considered as a quality brand for men and women. The clothes reflect the latest fashion trends in terms of color, style, material, fabric quality and comfort.


----------------------------------------Pia Gabrielle Armada

Strumming: Pia Gabrielle Armada talks about her passion – guitar

For Pia Gabriel Armada, playing the guitar is her hobby. She's been into band and dance competitions, too. She went to St. Mary the Anawim of God Institute in grade school, Eucharistic King Academy in high school and presently a student of St. Paul University Iloilo.


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