July 12, 2010 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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New councilors vow support for priorities: VM

Vice Mayor Jose Espinosa III said the new members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod have committed to “public service and the good of the city regardless of their political colors” as the City Council embarks on a legislature under the administration of Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog.

Six holduppers strike Bingawan store

Just as the Iloilo Police Provincial Office declared an all-out war against the spate of robberies in the province, six men claiming to be members of the New People’s Army

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Motorists cruise along a light Sunday traffic on the new flyover in General Luna-Jalandoni streets.

Motorists cruise along a light Sunday traffic on the new flyover in General Luna-Jalandoni streets.

DPWH chief assures infra support for WV

Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson has assured Western Visayas of continuous support for “critical and strategic infrastructure projects” as he led the opening of the second flyover in Iloilo City on Friday.


ICPO to enforce ‘log in-log out’ policy

Following several taxi holdup incidents, taxi drivers and operators and the police are now planning to follow the “log in-log out “ scheme to document the whereabouts of taxi drivers when they leave the Iloilo City premises.

3 foreign nationals framed: lawyer

The Manila-based legal counsel of the three foreign nationals accused of theft in Iloilo said that his clients are just victims of frame-up.

Capitol launches anti-rabies campaign

Iloilo Gov. Arthur Defensor has urged municipal mayors to support the provincial dog vaccination campaign so rabies can be eradicated in the next two to three years.

‘Idle, denuded areas can earn when used right’

When utilized properly, private and public lands kept idle as well as denuded areas can earn about P70 billion for the government every year, according to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

Groundbreaking for Ajuy core shelter units held

The Department of Social Welfare and Development 6 held the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of 100 units of core shelter for typhoon Frank victims in Ajuy, Iloilo on July 9.


CEH acquires ambulance from PCSO

ROXAS CITY – The Capiz Emmanuel Hospital here is the first private hospital in the country to receive an ambulance donation from the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes.

Acervo no longer interested in barangay affairs committee

ROXAS CITY – Liga Ng Mga Barangay president Wilson Acervo said he is no longer interested to head the barangay affairs committee despite the Department of Interior and Local Government Provincial Office

Inmate’s daughter to sue cop, others on pa’s death

ROXAS CITY – The daughter of inmate Francisco Agam, who died inside the lock-up cell of the city police station, has vowed to sue a police officer and other inmates for allegedly mauling his father to death.


Guimaras mango processing gets boost from S&T support

The successful application of science and technology in providing technical assistance to selected Magsasakang Siyentista has indeed provided a positive shift in the role of the Filipino farmers

Roldan upbeat on Region 6 stint

Newly installed Labor Regional Director Manuel Roldan is very optimistic of his assignment in Western Visayas as he called for support from the agency’s personnel to achieve the challenges posed by Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz.

Expanded workers’ protection, industrial peace in labor agenda

Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz has bared a labor and employment agenda echoing the call of President Benigno Aquino III for expanded welfare and protection for all Filipino workers and sustained industrial peace based on social justice and the promotion of workers’ constitutionally-guaranteed rights.


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Management blues

/ Maria Reylan M. Garcia

Not just enough

/ Engr. Herman M. Lagon

Teachers accept ‘Bagong Pilipinas’ challenge

bull's eye:
Mudslinging at MIWD


Filipina Salon and Spa

Filipina Salon and Spa

Three gorgeous women, Melanie Sulayao, Anamavie Sacares and Catherine Cabuga are friends who love to frequent parlors and spa during their travels. It was their passion for beauty and relaxation that led them to venture into a related business.

---------------------------------------- Aisha Penalosa shines in Robinsons Design Lab 4

Aisha Penalosa shines in Robinsons Design Lab 4

Aisha Penalosa said that the Robinsons Design Lab 4 was a nerve-wracking experience but she bagged the first prize, which she deserved.


---------------------------------------- At the Music Pier in Ocean City, NJ

At the Music Pier in Ocean City, NJ

LAST June 26, 2010, Ocean City, New Jersey, staged probably one of the biggest musical variety shows ever. Music Pier, the historic theatre along the Board Walk fronting the majestic shore of this friendly resort was filled to the capacity with fans

---------------------------------------- Tatsulok Artisans

Tatsulok Artisans

Art enthusiasts are familiar with the group called “Tatsulok Artisans”. They are a group of artists that first sprung from Western Visayas College of Science and Technology in March 2005.



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