The electorate has decided.
With the voting public’s verdict comes the toppling and strengthening of several known political names in Iloilo.
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo has advised her executive secretary to prepare for the transfer of important documents to the new president.
The City Board of Canvassers has yet to proclaim any winning candidate in Iloilo City as of press time yesterday.
To the end, Larry Jamora remained a true leader, steadfast and composed even in the face of defeat.
A total of 17 persons on-board three vehicles filled with assorted firearms will face charges for violations of the gun ban and illegal possession of firearms, according to Iloilo Police Provincial Office (IPPO) director, S/Supt. Rolando Gumban.
ROXAS CITY – Former Agriculture Usec. Jocelyn “Jocjoc” Bolante may lose in his gubernatorial bid against incumbent Governor Victor Tanco, Sr. in May 10, 2010 election but his allies will still dominate Capiz as majority won the first ever poll automation.
ROXAS CITY – The prodigal son of Liberal Party (LP) in Capiz won the city mayoral race and will unseat the present administration of Ugyon Kita Capiz (UKC) in a convincing margin through the first ever poll automation last Monday.
With the close of voting hours, the Department of Education (DepEd) Tuesday has reported that there has been no confirmed report of election-related violence against the 229,020 teachers who served in the 76,340 clustered precincts of the 2010 national elections.
Diversifying conglomerate San Miguel Corp chairman Eduardo Cojuangco is selling out in favour of a key stockholder group, securities filings showed, changing the balance of power in the 120-year-old conglomerate.
Inflation rate this year and next will likely stay within the target ranges set by the government, a poll of private sector economists conducted by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) showed.
The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR), Iloilo Provincial Office under the leadership of Provincial Agrarian Reform Officer II, Gideon A. Umadhay, Jr is pleased to announce that the office is now recruiting applicants for its scholarship program, the “Programang Agraryo Iskolar.”
GK Sooc Youth Artist Group held a 3-day Terracotta exhibit at SM Delgado Iloilo last April 22-24,2010. It was sponsored by the Smart Kabalikat project in partnership with Gawad Kalinga. The event was themed “ Halad Duta: A Terracotta Exhibit”.
The invitation was for a press conference as regards the launching of Max’s Restaurant’s Giant Halo-Halo. But it was no ordinary press briefing where speakers usually explain what the product is all about and the press people sit down, take notes and ask questions.
Information officers, representatives from various government agencies and school paper advisers from colleges from Region 6 recently attended a seminar on Online Journalism held by Smart Communications, Inc. (SMART) in partnership with the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) Region 6 in Iloilo City.
At 35 years old, Maria Paz already had a happy family of her own with a husband by her side and a little girl turning six. But, she wanted another child. Unfortunately, her husband Julius was diagnosed with leukemia, decreasing the couple’s chance to have another child.