March 16, 2010 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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LWUA chief blames MIWD execs for city’s water woes

Water consumers in Iloilo City dependent on Metro Iloilo Water District (MIWD) could have avoided the severe problem on water shortage compounded by the El Niño phenomenon if only the water district’s board of directors (BOD) listened to the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA).

Ignored by City Council, Treñas turns to NDCC

Iloilo City Mayor Jerry P. Treñas will ask the help of the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) in order for the city to be placed under a state of imminent danger after the Sangguniang Panglungsod refused his request.

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Hotels and other commercial establishments in Iloilo City now depend on private water suppliers for their water needs as water from Metro Iloilo Water District (MIWD) becomes scarce.

Hotels and other commercial establishments in Iloilo City now depend on private water suppliers for their water needs as water from Metro Iloilo Water District (MIWD) becomes scarce.

Murder raps up against four persons in ‘hired killer’s’ slay

Four persons will be charged for murder for allegedly killing a suspected gun-for-hire last Friday.



College teacher stabbed dead

A college teacher did not survive after he was stabbed Saturday evening at Brgy. Baguingin, Tigbauan, Iloilo.

DSWD holds inter-school drive against child abuse

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VI recently conducted an inter-school campaign on the prevention of child sexual abuse and exploitation.

PPCRV to deploy .5 million volunteers during May polls

The Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) is ready to deploy about half a million volunteers this May elections to help ensure that the political exercise would be clean, honest and orderly.

Farmers trained on mushroom production

SAN JOSE, Antique – Farmers from different barangays in Sibalom, Antique have undergone training on mushroom production as a livelihood endeavor to increase income.

Maasin’s Iloilo Kawayan is outstanding OTOP MSMEs

The Iloilo Kawayan of the municipality of Maasin, Iloilo was adjudged outstanding OTOP or One Town One Product Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).


Dumarao mayoral bet’s supporter murdered

ROXAS CITY – Police of this town are still looking for many angles such as political, personal and retaliation as the motive in the murder of supporter and runner of Dumarao Mayoral candidate Victor Tanco, Jr. at their house last Sunday night in Poblacion, Ilaya, Dumarao, Capiz.

Revenue office urges public support on tax drive

ROXAS CITY – The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has called on the public to help in the tax drive of the government.


Bacolod wins national award for local legislation

Bacolod City added yet another feather to its cap as it won the Excellence in Local Legislation Award, city category, for the outstanding performance of its Sangguniang Panlungsod.

Women of Today: From Building Happy Homes to Building Societies

BACOLOD CITY — Women used to be the main fixed figure attending to the kitchen affairs of their homes and stay in the house for chronic pregnancy, today; modern times have brought them to their rightful place taking lead in almost all range of human endeavor.


Politics should not shun the cross
The woes and triumphs of candidates
Global Women: Good News, Bad News
As seen on TV
Are you ready for the big one?
Legal adoption and its advantages (3)
Dangers of Snoring


young voice:
Taxi Ride

/ Maria Reylan M. Garcia

Winnie’s president

/ Engr. Herman M. Lagon

Scattered thoughts about condoms!

/ Aimee Andaya


One jazzy evening

One jazzy evening

Carolyn Carreon Del Rosario came home to Bacolod for a much-needed vacation from her busy schedule in Berlin, where she wows audiences as a jazz pianist. Little did she know that her friends would make her work one evening,

---------------------------------------- The St. Paul’s Hospital Centennial

The St. Paul’s Hospital Centennial

Next year, St. Paul’s Hospital will be one hundred years old! That’s one hundred years of service to the people of Iloilo. There had been many happenings and improvement in the last 99 years.

---------------------------------------- 2nd NSTP ‘Green Philippines’ Awards 2009

2nd NSTP ‘Green Philippines’ Awards 2009

ROXAS CITY – Coastal Leaders Environmental Action Network (C.L.E.A.N.)–Baybay, an environmental action program of Filamer Christian College National Service Training Program (FCC-NSTP) has scored as one of the national finalist as its entry to the 2nd NSTP “Green Philippines” Awards 2009

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Caper Berry opens

Caper Berry, a restaurant that specializes in Mexican food and a little bit of international fare, has opened along Burgos Street, La Paz recently. Warmly greeting the guests were owners Ador Apuan and Khoie Haresco.



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