Police are still facing a blank wall on the motive and suspect behind the killing of a tricycle driver early morning yesterday at the Waterfront area, Iloilo City.
Residents of Brgy. Zamora Extension, City Proper district were awakened at around 3:30 a.m. after three successive gunfires.
The privatization of the Metro Iloilo Water District (MIWD) will eventually ease the water woes among local residents, according to Mayor Jerry Treñas.
The Department of Health warned school officials against the possible spread of the H1N1 virus as the flu season approaches.
An employee of the Iloilo Electric Cooperative (ILECO) was slain in broad daylight while riding on his motorcycle along Brgy. Devera, Sara, Iloilo.
By now, Timothy Paul Tubola probably knew what short-lived freedom is all about.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD has kicked off the distribution of rice subsidies to farmers affected by the El Nino phenomenon.
The Regional Directors and Administrative Officers of national government agencies will meet May 19, to get updates on the implementation of activities and programs to achieve energy savings.
ROXAS CITY – Reelected Gov. Victor Tanco, Sr. said that the acquisition of heavy equipment, health care, education and infrastructure projects as well as tourism and employment are still top priorities of his administration.
ROXAS CITY – Vice governor-elect Board Member Esteban “Nonoy” Contreras of Liberal Party will push for the resumption of out-of town session at least once a month to be conducted at barangays in sixteen tows and this city.
Leading conservationists, led by protected area superintendents, recently passed a resolution commending the Supreme Court (SC) for launching the Rules of Procedure for Environmental Cases.
The low-fare airline pioneer, Cebu Pacific (CEB), slashes as much as 42% off the lowest year-round fares to its Malaysia destinations in a special seat sale from May 18-20, 2010.
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (Ecop) is willing to work with the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) and similar groups to amend “outdated” provisions of the 34-year-old Labor Code.
Telecommunications giant Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) is giving 30 units of computers to three city schools in a ceremony slated Wednesday.
The year was 1985. On an April afternoon, what remained of the 40 so sections we started with when we first entered the gates of Negros Occidental High School finally marched to bid goodbye to our youth.
It was a bang. A mad-good revelry. Voguish. Glitzy. Madly fun. It was such a wildly remembered night. The Aura launching party was a night of electrifying party music and booze overload; and of everyone enjoying their party hearts out.
Perhaps a lot of us know about Rudy Fernandez and have missed him. I-Travel for one, could not forget him and I’m so happy to know that he’s still active.
Mavi Gwen Nacion is a 22-year-old Hotel and Restaurant Management student from the University of San Agustin. Mavi would rather stay and play beside her adorable pets because she enjoys being with her “babies”