June 24, 2009 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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Assumption stude tests positive for A(H1N1)

A 14 year-old high school student of Assumption Iloilo tested positive of Influenza A(H1N1) as school officials here were told of another suspected case awaiting results of swab tests made.

Assumption suspends classes

Classes in Assumption Iloilo was suspended yesterday with the school ordered to resume classes on July 6th.

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Elementary students, some wearing face masks, of Assumption Iloilo

Elementary students, some wearing face masks, of Assumption Iloilo were the first to be sent home yesterday after news broke that a 14-year old student from the said school tested positive for Influenza A(H1N1).

Dengue claims 7th casualty

Another child succumbed to Dengue fever bringing the total number of casualties of the mosquito-borne disease here in Iloilo City to seven since the start of the year.


Hundreds stranded as typhoon cancels boat trips

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) ordered the cancellation of all trips of pumpboat and fast crafts yesterday after the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) declared Iloilo under storm signal number 1 because of typhoon Feria.

Tax incentives for businesses using renewable energy mulled

A city councilor will pass an ordinance that would grant tax incentives to businesses using renewable energy.

Six poverty alleviation projects in WV completed

The Philippine Army Engineering Brigade through its 552nd Engineering Battalion has already completed the construction of six poverty alleviation projects under the Kalayaan Barangays Program (KBP) in Western Visayas.


Ordinance vs. tapping of cable TV signal sought

ROXAS CITY – An ordinance against the tapping of cable television lines is being proposed by Board Member Baden Cantiller, chairman of the committee on transportation, communication and public utilities.

DAR-Aklan credits stakeholders for CARPER

The Department of Agrarian Reform in Aklan led by Atty Daniel Y. Martelino acknowledges the unified effort of all stakeholders of the Comprehensive Agrarian reform Program in Aklan for the passing of the CARP Extension with Reform Bill which was approved by both Senate and Congress in time for the 21st anniversary of CARP.

15-year old stude negative of A(H1N1) virus

ROXAS CITY – The other patient here who showed symptoms of influenza A(H1N1) turned negative of the virus. This was confirmed by the result of the swab test conducted by the research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) in Manila on the patient's specimen.


Mental health programs pushed in Bacolod

As the Philippine Mental Health Association (PMHA) – Negros Occidental and Bacolod Chapter marks its 33rd anniversary this Thursday, June 25, 2009 with the theme “Scaling Up Community Wellness”

Oil tanker calibration center soon to rise

BACOLOD CITY -- Governor Isidro Zayco and Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Regional Director Engr. Rowen Gelonga recently led the groundbreaking and laying of time capsule rites of the Provincial Metrology Center and Oil Tanker Calibration Building at Brgy. 6, San Juan St, Bacolod City.


Spiritual discernment
As seen on TV
Living dangerously
B.A.N.C puts the Pinoy’s best foot forward
Bridging the gap
Post World War II cockpits in Iloilo City
Res Gestae
PNP Chief speaks of freedom
de los Reyes
Bona fide Text
Blessings on JUNE


Typhoon Frank: An unforgettable disaster

/ Erly C. Garcia

Love not your children to death

/ Philip S. Chua, MD, FACS, FPCS

Attn: TMEU chief Bob Foerster


Hope and pride

/ Kathy M. Villalon

Down South:
War stories

/ Gail Ilagan

Filipinos just love videoke

/ Bryan Mari Argos


Modern Glam

Modern Glam

Modern glam was the concept of the week when Robinsons Place Iloilo held Wedding Rituals 2009 recently. The week-long bridal fair was capped with a fashion show featuring Iloilo's top designers Angelette Borja-Ragus.

---------------------------------------- Learning without boundaries at Thinking Ground

Learning without boundaries at Thinking Ground

An expensive coffee shop is where Mary Antoinette Magbanua used to go to when she was reviewing for her medical exams. Now a doctor, she cannot forget how important it is for a student to study in peace.

---------------------------------------- Independence Day, The Negrense Way

Independence Day, The Negrense Way

The Negrenses have shown that their love of country is ever flaming and that their love for freedom or independence reverberated with the grand and unique celebration of the 111th Philippines’ IndependenceDay last June12.

---------------------------------------- Green Meadows launched

Green Meadows launched

Orchard Property Marketing Corporation (OPMC) and Sta. Lucia Realty & Dev’t. (SLRDI) have just added another premier residential project in its list as the two of the most trusted company in real estate industry.


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