Four family members were killed after their house that sheltered firecrackers and its components exploded Sunday afternoon at Brgy. Mohon, Arevalo, Iloilo City.
The Nabitasan Elementary School in Lapaz District will receive the Brigada Eskwela Hall of Fame Award on June 18 in Tacloban City.
This was announced by Education Supervisor II Julieta Braga of the Department of Education 6 during the launching of Brigada Eskwela Plus 2010
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An estimated half a million pieces of assorted campaign paraphernalia were collected following the 2-week post-election clean-up campaign spearheaded by the Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry Division.
The drug testing in tertiary schools have momentarily stopped because of lack of funds, but the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) urges its resumption soonest.
It is still the 4-S campaign against Dengue that the Department of Health promotes as cases increases with the onset of the rainy season.
Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Utilization Manager Evelyn N. Reyes said the Government Energy Management Program (GEMP) is a great help to the efforts of government to save on electricity and fuel expenses.
Two tricycle drivers were killed after their vehicles collided head-on Sunday evening at Brgy. Balabag, Pavia, Iloilo.
KALIBO, Aklan – The National Statistics Office (NSO)-Aklan projected the population in the province to be 522,179 as of May this year.
In light of the upcoming changes in administration in the national and local government, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) reminds public officials to strictly observe the rule on nepotism.
Leading mobile phone operator Smart Communications, Inc. (SMART) has launched a new service geared at providing mobile communication to Filipinos who still don’t have a celphone.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Despite the global recession, the Philippines is on top of the world in terms of receiving dollars sent by its Canadian migrant workers.
Bayan Telecommunications Inc. trimmed its net loss in the first quarter of the year to P78 million from P484 million in the same period a year ago.
The Philippines is expected to leap over the United States as the world’s top producer of geothermal power, according to a report by the Geothermal Energy Association (GEA).
Hong Kong Kitchen turned four years old last May. Its management and staff celebrated this momentous occasion with a mass and lunch.
Mooon Café is a Mexican inspired eating place serving typically international cuisine, but with more focus on Mexican fare and the interior is reminiscent of a Mexican cantina. And it’s now in Iloilo!
Last May 19, 2010, the Rotary Club of Iloilo, the oldest Rotary Club in the Rotary District 3850, headed by President Bobby Pison took up future Plans for the City of Iloilo during its regular meeting.
The University of San Agustin Bachelor of Fine Arts held the 2nd Scholastic Art Awards at Museo Iloilo. The Art Awards is an exhibition of excellent artworks that aims to so promote the prestige of art making and thereby launch the talents of aspiring artists.