March 24, 2009 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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Lagdameo on Panlilio's presidential bid: Leave priesthood first

Jaro Archbishop Angel Lagdameo yesterday joined bishops calling on Pampanga Gov. Ed Panlilio to leave the priesthood if he intends to run for President in next year's elections. In a statement titled “On The Question of Political Leadership”, Lagdameo cited Canon 287, No. 2, of the Second Plenary Council.

WV planning summit to reach global audience

The Western Visayas Regional Planning Summit on Thursday, March 26, is set to reach a global audience as it will be a Live Webcast event, making it possible for those who can’t be physically present during the conference to see and listen to its high-caliber speakers.

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US Ambassador Kristie Kenney dialogs with the students of Jaro National High School.

US Ambassador Kristie Kenney dialogs with the students of Jaro National High School recipient of the English proficiency project of the US Peace Corps.

US to decide on war vets' claims next month

The United States government will start deciding on claims for benefits of Filipino World War II veterans by April, US Ambassador Kristie Kenney said on Monday.

City clean and green tilt launched

The city government launched the Search for the Cleanest and Greenest Barangay, Plaza and District at yesterday in an effort to prepare the citizenry for the regional contest come October and to instill proper solid waste management practices to all residents.


US gov't keeping hands off on 'Nicole' case development

Saying that it is a legal matter, the US government is keeping its hands off the decision of Subic rape case victim, Nicole, to recant her accusation against US Marine Lance Corporal Daniel Smith.

AFP confident of Reds’ ‘annihilation’ in 2010

A communist-terrorist-free region in 2010? For the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) here, the dwindling numbers of communist-terrorists throughout Western Visayas will make it happen.

615 applicants for PNP recruitment in WV

The Philippine National Police continuously attracts young professionals as manifested in the number of applicants in its various recruitment programs.

‘Bigtime families behind cattle rustling in Iloilo,’ top cop says

And they are back. Cattle-rustlers that is, and where else but in “cattle-rustler” territory in Iloilo’s Third District towns.


Driver of police car in road mishap charged

ROXAS CITY—The driver of the police car which bumped a passenger jeep carrying a group of boy scouts recently has been charged with reckless imprudence before the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office here.

Single citizen's helpline to link gov't agencies

Interconnected helplines of all government offices may be the wave of the future. The Civil Service Commission (CSC) and the Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT) gathered last March 11

Kin of slain brgy chief crying for justice

ROXAS CITY – The remains of the late Dante del Mendo, barangay captain of Brgy. Quios in Panitan, Capiz, was already buried but his family is still grieving as authorities have yet to capture any suspect in his killing.


Ousted Ceneco prexy asks NEA for his restoration

BACOLOD CITY -- Ousted Central Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco) president Atty. Vicente Sabornay yesterday filed a petition before the National Electrification Administration (NEA).

Minors to have limited time in internet cafés

BACOLOD CITY – Minors now have limited hours in internet cafés with the passage of the amended version of City Ordinance No. 341 Series Of 2003.

Felix commends 56 NOPPO personnel

BACOLOD CITY -- Police Senior Superintendent Manuel Felix, Negros Occidental Provincial Police Office (NOPPO) director, led the awarding of medals yesterday at the Camp Alfredo Montelibano Sr. Headquarters in Bacolod City on 56 deserving PNP personnel.


Amazing Women
The inner man
de los Reyes
Bona fide Text
SJS celebrates 37thFoundation Day as one family
At wit’s end
Bridging the gap
The brave and patriotic WV freedom fighters
Res Gestae
Cuevas’ iron hand faces another challenge


Rational Insanity:
Ten things to notice in restaurant food

/ Bryan Mari Argos

Bull's Eye:
Spotlight on Banate


Cancer: The truth about this killer disease

/ Philip S. Chua

Who's behind death of Kumander Parago’s daughter?

/ Raphael Locario


Remembering Geoff

Remembering Geoff

Geoffrey Stammers or “Uncle Geoff” to many, was remembered by family and friends during a celebration of his birthday and death anniversary last Marcy 2, 2009 at the Stammers residence.

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Dream Wedding: A Union Blessed By God

As several couples will have their union blessed by the Lord through the sacrament of matrimony today, three couples who took part in the Dream Wedding 2008 share about their life and offer advice to this year's couples.

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Western Visayas: Best in Tourism Booth

Western Visayas (Region 6) now carries the pride as it won the most coveted award as being THE MOST IMPRESSIVE BOOTH in the recent Visayas-Mindanao International Travel and Lifestyle Show in Cebu City.

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Charie Ginete-Ilon: All woman

A woman is God’s greatest gift to man and to nature. Such is the description of Charie Ginete-Ilon, ABS-CBN Iloilo manager when I asked her about what a woman is, in her opinion.Charie is probably one of the most admired young women today.


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