April 15, 2008 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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SP body delivers double knock-out on MIWD

To the World Bank – thanks but no thanks. To the Metro Iloilo Water District – bid goodbye to $150,000 and while at it, pay up three Iloilo towns.

NPC explains frequent power interruptions

Wonder why brownouts frequently occur in the city and in the municipalities the past few days? National Power Corporation (NPC) explained that the Cebu-Negros-Panay (CNP) Grid is currently experiencing generation deficiency due to the emergency shutdown of Cebu Thermal Power Plant 2 (CTPP-2).

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Policemen attend yesterday's launching of “Mamang Pulis / Aleng Pulis

Policemen attend yesterday's launching of "Mamang Pulis / Aleng Pulis, Serbisyong Tama at Malinis" at Camp Delgado Multi-Purpose Hall.

PRO 6 launches 'Serbisyong Tama at Malinis' drive

The Police Regional Office (PRO) 6 launched its project towards quality public service yesterday at Camp Delgado, Iloilo City dubbed as "Mamang Pulis / Aleng Pulis, Serbisyong Tama at Malinis".


AFP insists, 'Reds target solon, lady mayor'

Local communist hierarchy insisted on its claims that the killing of Army soldiers in San Remigio, Antique was a valid attack and "revolutionary fight against the Arroyo Administration."

Yearly gain of P1.5-P2M seen in operation of new abattoir

The city government is expected to gain some P1.5 to P2 million every year once the multi-billion double A standard slaughterhouse in Barangay Tacas, Jaro becomes operational.

Fireworks display, retro jam session to kick-off UP centennial celebration in Iloilo

The Ilonggos' celebration of the University of the Philippines' centennial commemoration will literally kick off with a bang during the highlights of festivities in July.

Iloilo's Bigasan sa Parokya sets limit on rice purchase

The Bigasan sa Parokya of the Jaro Social Action Center (JASAC) has now set a limit on the number of kilos of rice a consumer can buy so as not to run out of the commodity.


Durano to lead Guisi Discovery Quest launching

Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Joseph Durano will lead the launching of the Guisi Discovery Quest in the the town of Nueva Valencia, in the island-province of Guimaras on Saturday. Guisi is a community-based tourism project.

Antique cops launch 'Mamang Pulis' program

SAN JOSE, ANTIQUE – Antique Police Director Senior Supt. Ren T. Darroca along with Deputy Provincial Director, Supt. Marloe L. Marfil led yesterday's launching of the provincial campaign of Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) Project "Mamang Pulis at Aleng Pulis: Serbisyong Tama at Malinis."

BESRA gets support from AusAID, WB

The Basic Education Reform Agenda (BESRA) of the Department of Education (DepEd) got further boost from the Australian Aid for International Development (AusAID) and the World bank through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) finalized, together with the Department of Finance (DOF).


Expressing artistic inspiration
anything under the sun
Origins of place names (14)
A love story
de los Reyes  
Bonafide Text
How to mend a broken heart 2
Bridging the gap
Some Rizal landmarks in downtown Iloilo City
Consumers Domain
Misinformation on Coal


Young Voice:
Laundry and black briefs

/ Maria Reylan M. Garcia

Dancing with cancer

/By Kathy M. Villalon

Cultural activism in Iloilo City

/By Rhea B. Peñaflor

Eye Opener:
Where are our graduates heading for?

/ Rodolfo P. Gumabong

Wanted: A tougher Medical Act in the Philippines

/ By Florence F. Hibionada


Robinsons Appliance

Robinsons Appliance is here

The first Robinsons Appliance in Iloilo has opened at the Robinsons Place Iloilo recently. Such event only proves that Iloilo has a big consumer base for appliances.

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Changing Lives: Junior Chamber International Phils.

JCI (Junior Chamber International) is a worldwide network of individuals in their 20s until 40s.

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Pilita Corrales: Asia's Queen of Songs visits Iloilo

Pilita Corrales is the undisputed Asia's Queen of Songs. In her four decades as a musical artist, she has produced 135 albums.

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Mid-Summer Night Dining

Top and well-respected businessman and restaurateur Edward Yee and his creative wife Shobe Kon-Yee of Cake Stop, gave an al fresco dinner in their sprawling lush garden at the posh Ledesco Village.


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