September 1, 2010 :: Iloilo City, Philippines
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Iloilo province, city join hands in massive clean-up

The Iloilo City and Provincial Government are joining hands in the fight against dengue in today’s “People Power Kontra Dengue” clean-up to eliminate breeding areas of deadly mosquitoes.

2 outstanding WV cops receive awards

Two police officers from Western Visayas are among this year’s awardees of the Country’s Outstanding Policemen in Service of the Metrobank Foundation.

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A fogging operation at the Iloilo City Central Elementary School.

Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog and Chinese Filipino Business Club Director Richard Alviar observe a fogging operation at the Iloilo City Central Elementary School, with businessmen Charlie Ho, Emilio Cua Locsin, Francis Sio and Oscar Chua.

City Hall raps 15 violators of anti-littering ordinance

Fifteen 15 persons, including two foreigners, were charged by the city government before the Iloilo City Prosecutor’s Office last August 27 for violation of anti-littering ordinance.


Jail officer nabbed for drugs

A jail officer was arrested Monday evening after he was found with illegal drugs and an unlicensed firearm while on a drinking binge at Brgy. San Isidro, Jaro, Iloilo City.

Gov’t agencies, NGOs share expertise in CapDev Expo

Government agencies along with some educational institutions and non-government organizations gathered at the Iloilo Provincial Capitol yesterday for the Capacity Development Expo organized by the Department of Interior and Local Government.

Tap youth for environmental education: exec

The young can teach much as far as environmental education is concerned, for in many ways, they can tell adults what they should do to keep the environment healthy, an environment official said.

PHO provides free A(H1N1) vaccines

The Iloilo Provincial Health Office has started giving free A(H1N1) vaccines to its residents but on a selective basis.


Ombudsman urges all sectors to unite vs graft, corruption

ROXAS CITY – The Office of the Ombudsman-Visayas has urged all sectors in Capiz to unite in the fight against graft and corruption in government.

Info officers attend public accountability seminar

ROXAS CITY – Information officers from the different national government agencies in Capiz attended the Public Accountability seminar of the Office of the Ombudsman here.

Teener drowns while looking for spider

ROXAS CITY – A 14-year-old boy drowned in Panay River last Sunday while looking for a spider.


DOLE hits worst forms of contractualizations

Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz said the Department of Labor and Employment will pursue efforts to stop the worst forms of contractualization in the country.

LandBank to tap CFIs for cash transfer program

The Land Bank of the Philippines will tap countryside financial institutions (CFIs) as channels for the government to effectively implement further its conditional cash transfer (CCT) program.

BOI improves frontline services

MANILA – The Board of Investments (BOI) is strengthening its National Economic Research and Business Action Center (NERBAC), which was created to guide new investors on how to jumpstart their plan to do business in the country.


Driven but sober
Red Wine and Health
Anything under the Sun
Marian dogmas
Notes on the grandstand
Traffic? Try riverboat
Nicest doctors and nurses of Iloilo Mission Hospital


The Hero Potential

/ Maria Reylan M. Garcia

Divorce, why not?

/ Engr. Herman M. Lagon

‘Sex Education’ – 5/7

/ Archbishop V. Cruz

Wanted: Rap-Jacks

/ Dr. Cesar Yap, Jr.

Understanding the PAL dispute

/ Ted Aldwin Ong

Iloilo City Charter Day: What happened in 1937

/ Ben Jimena


Assumption Memories on Exhibit

ASSUMPTION Iloilo celebrated its centenary last August and one of the events organized by its alumni was an exhibit of memorabilias at SM City Iloilo. The Photo and Memorabilia exhibit was a labor of love by Grade School batch ‘87


Biggest Loser holds auditions in Iloilo City

THE search for contenders in ABS-CBN’s ‘Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition’ has reached Iloilo City, with the directors themselves coming over to search for the city’s heaviest men and women. Directors Laurenti Dyogi and Reilly Santiago

---------------------------------------- A Gala for Ladies

A Gala for Ladies

Tattoos have varied purposes. One, is its decorative and spiritual use. They were symbols of status, religious and spiritual devotion, pledges of love (like writing your lover’s name on your skin), and more.

---------------------------------------- Tadtad 2010: A Tattoo Showcase

Tadtad 2010: A Tattoo Showcase

Tattoos have varied purposes. One, is its decorative and spiritual use. They were symbols of status, religious and spiritual devotion, pledges of love (like writing your lover’s name on your skin), and more.


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