Police admitted yesterday that they are considering “inside job” behind the Barotac Viejo Rural Bank – Jaro Branch robbery.
Jaro Police Station commander Chief Insp. Orly Gabinete said that with the way the robbery was carried out, inside job is not a farfetched angle.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) here is now preparing for the conduct of registration for the upcoming Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) and Barangay elections on October 25 this year.
Seven persons who are allegedly part of a drug group operating in Iloilo City were arrested in an anti-narcotics raid Sunday afternoon at Brgy. Bakhaw, Mandurriao, which was earlier tagged as Iloilo City’s drug haven.
Nine candidates from Iloilo City have yet to submit their Statement of Contributions and Expenditures (SOCE) to the Commission on Elections (Comelec).
The yearly Campus Journalism Trainings facilitated by the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) 6 are scheduled to begin last week of July till last week of August.
Criminal charges were filed yesterday against the three notorious hold-up suspects operating in Iloilo province.
A 12-year old boy was found dead days after he was killed in Brgy. Caidquid, Mambusao, Capiz.
The pain is still there and the memories of the tragedy are fresh as survivors marked the day when their loved ones and relatives died while some remain missing until now as Typhoon Frank hit Western Visayas two years ago.
ROXAS CITY – Officials of the Bureau of Internal Revenue in Capiz are optimistic that local candidates here during the May 10 elections will remit their withholding tax due to the government.
ROXAS CITY – Incoming City Mayor Alan Celino said here recently that he will change the traffic aides into auxiliary police whose duty are not only for traffic but also to help the police maintain peace and order.
ROXAS CITY – Liga ng mga Barangay sa Pilipinas (LNP)-Roxas City chapter is pushing for the deferment of barangay election and urged the congressmen to enact a law for the postponement of the October 2010 barangay elections and move it to October 2012.
Instead of just cutting to about a tenth of the usual the cost that banks incur for using the central bank’s real-time gross settlement system (RTGS) so that migrant workers can benefit from the arrangement when remitting, the government is waiving the fees altogether, starting immediately, for six months.
The government is studying possible strategies that will allow the timely arrival of an additional 100,000 tons of sugar during the low supply period before the milling season in November.
Young Ilonggo entrepreneur Edgar “Injap” Sia II, CEO of Mang Inasal, has been selected as one of the finalists for the Third Asia Pacific Young Entrepreneur Award of the Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI)
A laudable activity was recently conducted by THE NEWS TODAY CAPIZ BUREAU in coordination with the PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RED CROSS CAPIZ CHAPTER and the PHILIPPINE GUARDIANS BROTHERHOOD INC. (PGBI)
With the grim reality of child abuse cases in our society, the need to rescue these little ones is a must. In most cases, it’s the girls who are usually victimized. Abandoned, neglected and abused girls are crying for help!
Garden of the Ascension held another successful sales gathering at the Grand Tower last June 5, 2010. As usual, it was a lively event, thanks to the creativity of manager Jaresh Ng and his staff.
Dining at Mooon Cafe (yes, it has three O’s) during its pre-grand opening date proved to be a worthwhile gastronomic experience. Our Marketing Officer Claire and I were joined by Rowena Diaz and fellow journalist Lydia Pendon.