December 27, 2007 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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DOH intensifies campaign vs. firecrackers

Department of Health (DOH) in Western Visayas vows to intensify its campaign on Fourmula Kontra Paputok as the New Year's eve approaches.

City hit with power blackout as Peco conducts routine maintenance

Call it rotten timing or pure bad luck yet residents and guests of entire Iloilo City endured sporadic power interruptions on Christmas day. Today will see a repeat, this time longer albeit in selected districts only.

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Tribu Binalantik of Burak National High School

Tribu Binalantik of Burak National High School show their best during yesterday's presentation at Maasin's Tultugan Festival.

Treñas disgusted over Christmas blackout

City Mayor Jerry Treñas will call for a meeting with the officials of the National Transmission Commission (Transco), Panay Electric Company Inc. (Peco) and Panay Power Corporation (PPC) to ensure that power interruption similar to that on Christmas Day will not happen during the New Year celebration.


City lights up first flyover in WV

The city council here is expected to authorize city Mayor Jerry P. Treñas to receive the lights donation from Globe Telecom to light up the first flyover here.

Firecracker vendors told to get permits, obey rules

City Mayor Jerry Treñas yesterday urged sellers of firecrackers and pyrotechnic materials to obey the order he gave regarding the "fire cracker selling areas" to avoid untoward incidents. His statement was in  relation to the recent apprehensions made by police at the Molo plaza of vendors without permit.

Battle up on Liga post in Capitol

Strategic planning and positioning heightens in two political blocs of Iloilo province. This, as municipal presidents of the Liga ng mga Barangay brace for Saturday's liga polls of its provincial federation officials.


Indiscriminate firing? TXT 2920

Roxas City -- Philippine National Police chief, Director General Avelino I. Razon Jr. has urged the public to report any incident of illegal discharge of firearms to police authorities through TXT 2920 and Patrol 117 for immediate police response.

Uplifting children's lives through education

OTON, ILOILO--"Ma'am Nicole" and "Ma'am Susanne" are not your usual teachers in elementary schools in rural villages.

DOH to achieve anti-measles goal

Secretary Francisco Duque III expressed optimism that the 95 percent Anti-Measles Campaign target goal can be achieved after the reports coming from various regions of the country shall have been consolidated.


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Bonafide Text
Celebrating Christmas with family
'Tis the Season
Bridging the gap
Gift-giving at Christmas
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus
The timeless value of giving
Without the Whitecoat
Food supplements: Business or cure?


Christmas reflection

Rational Insanity:
Ten best Christmas song lyric lines

Eye Opener:
Christmas and Christians

/ By Rodolfo P.Gumabong

Prophets or troublemakers?

/ Fr. Roy Cimagala

Origins of place names (6)

A weekend without Friendster


De-Stress And Relax

De-Stress and Relax: A great venue is Crest Spa Aroma

Our fast paced life and the stresses that this brings have generated a desire for relaxation. With less time to do so, people seek for venues where they can revive themselves fast.

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Wish Upon a Star: Rotary Club of Central Iloilo City plays Santa

Some 153 kids from three day care centers of Iloilo City benefited from "Wish Upon a Star," a yearly project of the Rotary Club of Central Iloilo City. The kids came from Buntatala I and II, Janiuay and Tigbauan Day Care Centers.

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Life of a burned out chef

Allan is one of the first Filipino graduates of the Culinary Institute of America. He finished a full program and he graduated Valedictorian. Rene and I attended the New England Culinary Institute in year 2000.


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Having Our Own Home

With a savings of P20,000, Kabalaka's savings ballooned to over 2 million pesos. In fact, their savings have transcended their original purpose of providing financial assistance and loans to contributors.


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