June 3, 2010 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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BHC starts inspection on boarding houses in city

Iloilo City’s Boarding House Commission (BHC) has started inspecting boarding houses to ensure that they are conducive for students who are expected to flood the city in the next two weeks.

PNP: Vehicle, ‘CIDG link’ may help solve Indian bizman’s kidnap-slay

The finding of the victim’s vehicle and the information about the suspect’s wearing of a CIDG (Criminal Investigation and Detection Group) jacket could help solve the kidnap-slay of an Indian national recently.

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Different kinds of goldfish are packed in plastic filled with water and sold to passersby along Valeria Street in Iloilo City.

Different kinds of goldfish are packed in plastic filled with water and sold to passersby along Valeria Street in Iloilo City.

Cuevas to Espinosas: Don’t put law into your hands

Being a victim does not give a person a freehand to retaliate by illegal means.

This, PNP Regional Director Chief Supt. Isagani Cuevas declared following the “ubusan ng lahi” (extermination of the family line) declaration made by Pascual “Toto E” Espinosa III against the family of his cousin and archenemy, Jesus Espinosa, Sr.


Bike riders shoot couple; hubby killed, wife unharmed

Two motorcycle-riding men sprayed with bullets a couple very recently at an uninhabited portion of Brgy. Talanghawan, Lambunao, Iloilo.

Mabilog reveals his 10-priority agenda

Incoming city mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog has already laid down his administration’s ten priority agenda.

Repair, clean up, clearing activities underway for opening of classes

Roads, canals and highways leading to schools are now being repaired and cleared of obstacles as opening of classes nears.

Nutrition evaluation in Iloilo towns starts

Which municipalities in Iloilo have most efficiently and effectively implemented their nutrition programs?

KALAHI-CIDSS Project reaches goal

In its six-year project implementation, KALAHI-CIDSS (Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan- Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services) Project in Western Visayas has achieved its objectives by empowering communities and enhancing the response of local government units.


Car of slain Indian bizman found in Roxas City

ROXAS CITY – The Mitsubishi Adventure car used by the slain Indian national before he went missing last May 29 was found yesterday at the premises of the Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital (RMPH).

I-Day to showcase modern day heroes too

ROXAS CITY – The country’s modern-day heroes, particularly those who have made names for themselves here and abroad in their respective fields of endeavor, will be showcased in the 112th Independence Day celebration on June 12.

Winners in PNPAAAI raffle for a cause named

Buying a raffle ticket for a cause is one thing, winning the raffle draw is another. This is what the winners realized in the âRaffle for a Causeâ sponsored by the Philippine National Police Academy Alumni Association Inc. Western Visayas chapter recently.


NEDA 6 puts up dev’t database

The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) is establishing a Regional Development Database System that will be useful for planning, policy-making, proposal preparation, and monitoring.

Proposed US law alarms RP-based call centers

Philippine-based contact centers view as a potential threat the proposal of a US senator to impose restrictions and charges on companies that will outsource some operations to other countries.

Software firms push proper use of Internet

Building awareness on the proper use of the Internet must be pursued vigorously to ensure the youth will be guided properly toward using the most influential tool today, according to the umbrella organization of global software companies.


Education in a state of emergency
Presidential names
Vital health issues
A total sweep of the heart! (2)
Vote conscientiously as God is watching you


Of mice, boys, and men

/ Philip S. Chua, MD, FACS, FPCS

Battle scarred

/ Gail Ilagan

bull's eye:
Kap Ernie Poral on the hot spot

Para kay Inay at Itay

/ Maria Reylan M. Garcia


Passion for Burgers

Passion for Burgers

In early 2007, Ilonggo entrepreneur Senin Javellana established “Crave” in an idle 25-square meter space of Iloilo Business Hotel in Smallville, Iloilo City.

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Hong Kong Kitchen turns 4

Hong Kong Kitchen turned four years old last May. Its management and staff celebrated this momentous occasion with a mass and lunch.


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Sikat Kids!

Kids and teens enrolled in Sikat Academy this summer were transformed into different fairy tale characters during the culminating activity of Sikat Academy. There were dancing, singing and newscasting presentations in the setting of Shrek.

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Nestor’s versatility

Put Accountancy and Environmentalist in one sentence and it may seem like a mismatch at first, but believe it or not this humble role model excels in both areas.



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