June 11, 2010 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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PRO-6 mulls placing another police outpost in Jaro area

Police Regional Office (PRO) VI revealed its plan of placing another Community Police Assistance Center (COMPAC) in Brgy. Balabago, Jaro district, particularly along the coastal road.

DOH 6 sets ‘Dengue run’ on June 20

A five kilometer fun run dubbed “Dengue run” is set to be held June 20 to help increase the level of awareness of the public regarding the dreaded disease brought by the dengue carrier mosquito-bites.

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A Philippine flag atop the Iloilo Provincial Capitol, placed in commemoration of Independence Day,

A Philippine flag atop the Iloilo Provincial Capitol, placed in commemoration of Independence Day, overlooks Muelle Loney wharf on the left and Iloilo City proper on the right. Simple but meaningful activities are lined up for tomorrow’s celebration of the 112th Philippine Independence Day.

Army makes troops within reach to public

An Army accessible to the people.

This is what the Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry (Spearhead) Division would like to impart for its opening of recruitment booth inside the SM City Iloilo in Mandurriao, Iloilo City.


PNP files murder against suspect in Ledesco slay

Investigators of La Paz Police Station already filed a murder charge against the suspects in the gruesome slay of a 72-year old woman living in her upscale Ledesco Village home in La Paz, Iloilo City.

PNP to run after loose firearms

By the last quarter of last year, Police Regional Office (PRO) VI pegged that some 40,000 loose guns abound Western Visayas.

3 members of ‘organized’ shoplift group arrested

Three members of a supposed organized shoplifting group were arrested following their “shopping-without-paying” spree at SM City Mall in Mandurriao, Iloilo City.

DSWD eyes Food for School Program in daycare centers

After evaluating the effectiveness of a Food for School Program in 2009 as a component of daycare centers, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) regional office here is eyeing an expanded and enhanced food program for daycare pupils in selected areas of the region.


Capiz dads want Capelco to explain brownouts

ROXAS CITY — Worried about the worsening situation and economic condition brought about by frequent brownouts in the city and 16 municipalities of Capiz, both city council and Capiz provincial board will invite Capiz Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Capelco) to attend its respective “question hour” to shed light on the said issues.

Specialists charging fees at RMPH—probe team

ROXAS CITY – An ad hoc committee found that only the consultant specialists who are under contract with the government hospital are the ones who charge professional fees to clients.

Tanco, Orosco give gears to Sapian fishers

SAPIAN, Capiz – Capiz Governor Victor Tanco, Sr. and Mayor Arturo “Turic” Orosco, Sr. Ph.D. distributed fishing materials for “patuloy” to the fisherfolks whose fishing nets were damaged during the devastation of typhoon Frank in Capiz two years ago.


Gov’t says needs to import 100,000T more sugar

The country needs to import an additional 100,000 tons of sugar to plug a shortfall in production resulting from a drought and meet rising demand, the government said on Thursday.

Mang Inasal opens 258th store in Iloilo

Mang Inasal will open its 258th store in Amigo Plaza Mall, Delgado St., Iloilo City on June 15, 2010 (Tuesday). This will be the 13th branch of Mang Inasal in Iloilo City. Mang Inasal is doing its share in alleviating the unemployment burden of the country thru its over 8,000 employees system wide.

SE Asia eyes nuclear energy to meet power demand

SINGAPORE — Despite safety fears, Southeast Asia’s energy-hungry economies are exploring the nuclear option to keep up with escalating power demand in a region of more than half a billion people.


Sea Fever: dreamy and groovy
Dearer than life
Evangelist Simon Chan speaks at Iloilo churches
Extending our longevity
The e-Teacher
A total sweep of the heart! (2)


Noy’s numbers

/ Engr. Herman M. Lagon

Stars and stripped

/ Gail Ilagan

Of mice, boys, and men

/ Philip S. Chua, MD, FACS, FPCS

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

Para kay Inay at Itay

/ Maria Reylan M. Garcia


Photography for a good cause

Photography for a good cause

THE Photographic Society of Iloilo, a group of professionals engaged in photography has proven itself as a society that also cares for the community. The PSI, in partnership with the Autism Society of the Philippines – Iloilo Chapter

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Premiere Vixens at Aura

ONE summer night sizzled even more when Aura, Iloilo City’s premier club, hosted the Premiere Vixens Christine Bison, Karen Bordabor, Sofie Garrucho, Jahzel Manabat, Angel Malit, Jem Milton, Abby Poblador, and Pauline So. It was a lingerie show that proved to be unforgettable for the partygoers.

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School is Cool

LEAVING three to five years old kids in a day care center is filled with drama. Crying and screaming inside the center is a common scenario especially on the first day of school. Comforts and catching the children’s attention becomes the concern of the day care worker.

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Pasta at Bluejay Coffee & Deli

Yes, there’s pasta at Bluejay Coffee and Deli and we got to taste three of its well-loved pasta dishes when the management invited us for a food tasting.



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