The police in Western Visayas is adopting a proactive stance in conducting security operations to ensure public safety during the election period from September 25 to November 10.
Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog said he and Rep. Jerry Treñas may support common candidates for the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections on October 25.
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Police commanders in Western Visayas should enjoin their respective local government executives to support their effort to eradicate illegal gambling, Chief Supt. Samuel Pagdilar Jr., police regional director, said.
There might be glamour in white collar work but there are actual jobs in the blue collar sector.
The Philippine National Police has not monitored any election-related violent incidents since the Commission on Elections-prescribed election period started midnight on Friday, a ranking police official said yesterday.
For five days, selected senior high school students saw for themselves the running of the day-to-day affairs of the military in Panay.
The Department of Interior and Local Government 6 is reminding local government units (LGUs) to follow protocols when calamity strikes.
ROXAS CITY – The Provincial Board of Capiz on its special session last Thursday approved the P7.328-million supplemental budget requested by Gov. Victor Tanco Sr.
ROXAS CITY – A limited volume of regular milled and iron fortified rice (IFR) was sold by the National Food Authority in Capiz at P23.50 per kilogram in line with its 38th anniversary celebration from September 20 to 24.
ROXAS CITY – Mayor Angel Alan Celino has tapped successful businessmen in Manila under the “One Capiz” group to assist in the implementation of his administration’s development agenda.
ROXAS CITY – The Provincial Board of Capiz has passed a resolution extending profound sympathies to the bereaved family of Dumalag Councilor Rafael Frial.
The Department of Agriculture, with the abolition of seed subsidy, will shift its support to eight other interventions with more long-term and impact on farmers’ productivity and incomes.
The National Food Authority Iloilo has started to buy rice from farmers using its P43 million allocation from the agency’s central office.
MANILA – Investors’ risk aversion and renewed appetite towards emerging markets helped boost the Philippine currency as it appreciated by 5.4 percent against the US dollar in the first half of 2010.
MANILA – Digitel Mobile Philippines, Inc., the operator of Sun Cellular, yesterday said it has overtaken the country’s two leading mobile phone providers in the postpaid market and expects to gain more as competition cannot match its unlimited packages.
The Iloilo City (Host) Lions Club of District 301-B celebrated its 60th Charter Anniversary last August 27. On that special evening was the induction of Lions and Leo officers for the Lion Year 2010-2011. Held at Hotel del Rio,
Varied socio-civic clubs gathered for a two-day rummage sale at the Robinsons Place Iloilo last September 11 and 12. They sold previously owned clothing items as well as new ones in order to raise funds for their varied community projects.
Oatmeal and yogurt are not just food that you take in for breakfast. It’s also food for the skin. Do you know that oatmeal is a natural cleanser, facial scrub and facial mask? It absorbs surface dirt on our skin while it provides gentle exfoliation.
Antonio “Tony” Maning Wuthrich held an exhibit entitled “Animetals” at the UPV Gallery recently. Displayed were artworks of animals that were made of handcrafted steel and copper, with some joined in with mahogany and acacia woods.