July 16, 2009 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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SP to keep eye on Capitol purchase of hospital equipment

Planned purchase of additional hospital equipment for Iloilo’s six government hospitals will undergo close legislative scrutiny.

RIAS-6 chief sacked over 'donation box' issue

For asking donations from police personnel having transactions in his office, the chief of the Regional Internal Affairs Service (RIAS) of Police Regional Office 6 has been relieved from his post.

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A motorcycle riding man takes time to read his cellular phone while driving unmindful that he might encounter an accident.

Kalibo airport soon to cater to 9 int'l flights

KALIBO, Aklan – The Kalibo International Airport (KIA) will soon serve nine direct international flights weekly, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP)-Kalibo.


COA identifies top execs with excessive claims charged to Capitol

Travel expenses of 13 top personalities of the Iloilo Provincial Government made it in this year’s shortlist of unconscionable and excessive claims.

Ilonggo lawyer calls for public vigilance vs. Con-Ass

Ilonggo lawyer Dan Cartagena urged the public to be vigilant after the president's State of the Nation Address (Sona) on July 27, 2009.

'Diskwento Sale' at the Iloilo Provincial Capitol today

A one-day fair offering discounted prices on basic and prime consumer products and medicines is being held at the Iloilo Provincial Capitol Grounds, today, July 16, 2009.

A time for Hablon to shine

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Iloilo in its continuing support for the growth of small and medium-sized businesses and the promotion of Ilonggo craftmanship, will pay tribute to hablon.


Capiceño judge appointed to CA post

ROXAS CITY – A dedicated, hardworking and achiever administrator of justice from Capiz is now appointed as Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals (CA).

Tanco's chief of staff resigns

ROXAS CITY – The chief of staff of Capiz Governor Victor Tanco, Sr. resigned from his position last Tuesday.

Smoke ban up in Capiz LGUs

ROXAS CITY – More local government units in Capiz have already passed their respective local ordinances prohibiting smoking in public places in their municipality.


Academe, studes hail anti-graft efforts of the Ombudsman

Students and the academe of West Negros University recently lauded the efforts of the anti-graft campaign of the Office of the Ombudsman during a “Reformation and Good Governance,” symposium at the GGA-Audio Visual Center of the school.

Reflexology training promotes RP Medical Tourism

BACOLOD CITY -- Bacolod City Councilor Wilson “Jun” Gamboa said that the on-going reflexology training at the New Government Center supports the move of the country towards strengthening its ground on medical tourism that aims to lure foreigners to the country to take advantage of its competitive, yet affordable medical services.

Zayco provides skills training for prisoners

Gov. Isidro P. Zayco provided a two-day skills training on balut and salted egg making to about 50 detained inmates at the Provincial Jail along Gatuslao Street in Bacolod City.


The dynamism of faith
As seen on TV
And the Word was made Fresh
Alive in his music
Res Gestae
Open the 'playing field'
Bridging the gap
The Pulahanes of Central Panay
de los Reyes
Bona fide Text
Blessings on JUNE


2-day transport strike that went pfft

/ Rodolfo P. Gumabong

Thinking positive

/ Kathy M. Villalon

Funny Bone

/ Maria Reylan M. Garcia

Anything under the Sun:
Mother Rosario (2)

/ Atty. Rex S. Salvilla

Dozing Off Clue for Stroke?

/ Philip S.Chua

Vanguard of the future AFP

/ Gail Ilagan


A treat for KKK kids at Jollibee

A treat for KKK kids at Jollibee

KKK or Mga Kaibigan ng Mga Kabataang May Kanser spent one summer day with the children under its care at Jollibee Gen. Luna as part of its thrusts of giving the kids, who are stricken with cancer, some dose of fun.

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Negrense life goes on

Some kind of summer, it was. Yes, I was undecided whether I should push through with my (un)official, two-week trip to the States, beset by a growing viral problem called A(H1N1), and a budget so tight I couldn’t even unfasten it.

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Service as Self-Completeness

There are people who are born to do more things possible at the same time. However, it is not just working with anything for nothing. It is living with your fate. Showered with such great tasks are not penalties that you have to pay for no man is chosen as guide without trust.

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Photographs and memories. The two always go hand in hand. Memories in our mind may be blurred by time, thus we need photographs to remind us of the past and what we hold dear even at present – our loves, our celebrations, and other important aspects of our life.


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