March 23, 2010 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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PRO-6 names Mongcal’s possible successor

The search is over.

After almost two weeks of scouting, the Police Regional Office (PRO) VI finally found an officer to replace ICPO director Senior Supt. Melvin Mongcal.

Catholic group strengthens advocacy against condoms

Condom is no solution to HIV-AIDS.

This, Human Life International (HLI) stressed following the Department of Health’s plan to procure condoms and other contraceptives.

Human Life International is an American based Roman Catholic activist pro-life organization. Founded in 1981 by Fr. Paul Marx, HLI is found in 160 countries.

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The Arroyo Fountain and the old Iloilo Provincial Capitol have been officially declared heritage sites by the National Historical Institute.

The Arroyo Fountain and the old Iloilo Provincial Capitol have been officially declared heritage sites by the National Historical Institute. The two structures are considered historical landmarks in Iloilo City.

90 Sara residents undergo blood sampling for possible Hepa A

Some 90 residents of Sara, Iloilo underwent blood sampling to test if they were infected with Hepatitis A virus.

Soldier slightly wounded in another armed clash between Army, NPA

Another armed skirmish between Army soldiers and the New People’s Army ensued Sunday morning at the mountainous village of Jona, some 5 kilometers from the town proper of Tubungan, Iloilo.


Iloilo girds for fusion of Semana Santa, Semana sang Iloilo activities

Iloilo provincial government will launch this year the first ever fusion of the Semana Santa (Holy Week) and Semana sang Iloilo activities dubbed as Semana Santa sang Iloilo 2010.

Woman found dead in resort room

A woman was found dead inside her occupied room at Wilkin’s Resort at Brgy. Sto Niño Norte, Arevalo, Iloilo City.

Sotto: Desalination plants to address water woes

The problem on water shortage currently experienced in many parts of the country due to El Niño phenomenon could have been avoided if the government had utilized the seawater surrounding the country’s many islands.

‘74 HS studes in WV pass DOST S&T scholarship exam

A total of 74 successful fourth year high school students passed this year’s Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Undergraduate Scholarship Examination.


Aklan celebrates 19 Martyrs heroism

KALIBO, Aklan — A civic military parade and program are scheduled on March 23 to commemorate the 113th Martyrdom anniversary of General Francisco del Castillo and the 19 Martyrs of Aklan.

Lastimoso is awardee in good governance

ROXAS CITY – The National Movement for Good Governance and Accountability and (NMGGA) and its local chapter Reliable and Transparent Leadership Movement (RTLM) awarded former PNP Chief and retired Gen. Roberto “Bobby” Lastimoso last Sunday afternoon in Capiz State University (CAPSU) Campus in Mambusao, Capiz.

Inter-agency works to address malnutrition

ROXAS CITY – An inter-agency collaboration in Capiz has been working to address the malnutrition problem, particularly among school children.


15 reformed cops now back to mother unit

BACOLOD CITY — Fifteen police personnel from the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) are set to return to their respective assignments after undergoing a month-long Character Aptitude Development Enhancement Training (CADET) at Camp Martin Delgado in Iloilo City recently.

City’s ‘Makulay ang Buhay’ feeding program launched in 5 barangays

The Bacolod City Government, through the Department of Social Services and Development, launched over the past week, the “Makulay ang Buhay ng Batang Pinoy” supplemental feeding program, in five key barangays.


Crucifying the Church
Pacquiao-Clottey exits history; Julaton enters
As seen on TV
Marching out of the country
The May elections, for starters (Part III)
World Glaucoma Week
Date-Rape Drugs


down south:
The lonely top

/ Gail Ilagan

Jingles, jokes, twits, and texts

/ Engr. Herman M. Lagon

Tributes to the war heroes

/ Atty. Rex Salvilla


One Visayas

One Visayas

‘One Visayas’ was held the second time and the venue was in Roxas City, Panay Island. The event was a gathering of different islands falling under the Visayas. Each Visayas island has its celebration and these were showcased during One Visayas.

---------------------------------------- St. Paul’s Hospital Iloilo gears up for 100 years

St. Paul’s Hospital Iloilo gears up for 100 years

Saint Paul’s Hospital Iloilo will celebrate its centennial year on Feb. 15, 2011 but varied activities have already been lined-up this year. The centennial celebration was launched last March 2, starting with a release of 10 doves that symbolized the 10 decades of the hospital’s existence

---------------------------------------- Unborn Child

Unborn Child

In commemoration of the month for the unborn child, the Knights of Columbus, Molo Council 5028, led by Grand Knight Dr. Greg Sancho prayed the holy rosary in memory of all unborn children at the marker outside the Adoration Chapel of Molo Church.

---------------------------------------- SM Supermarket’s Super Chefs at Voyager 2010

SM Supermarket’s Super Chefs at Voyager 2010

Central Philippine University College of Hospitality Management’s culinary dream teams for Voyager 2010 transformed the usually quiet Alumni Promenade Concert Park into a busy cooking arena



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