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By: Louine Hope Conserva


ILOILO Gov. Arthur Defensor Sr. ordered the Iloilo Police Provincial Office (IPPO) to stamp out illegal gambling amid the animated campaign against illegal drugs.

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IPPO vows no let-up in drive vs illegal gambling

By: Jennifer P. Rendon


“ILLEGAL GAMBLING, as the word states, is illegal. Thus, those who go against the law must be arrested.”

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Cancer cure in seas of Panay?

By: Maricyn A. De los Santos


A TEAM led by an Ilongga scientist is exploring the seas of Panay to look for natural products drug of illnesses like cancer.

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Biz club supports railway revival

By: Louine Hope Conserva


THE ILOILO Business Club is elated with the plan of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte to revive Panay Island’s railway system.

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By: Pilar S. Mabaquiao

SAN JOSE, Antique – Student organizations in Guintas National School, Hamtic, Antique joined the nationwide movement for tree planting for the National Greening Program.

More than 200 students members of Youth for Environment in Schools Organization (YES-O) and Students Supreme Council of the said school joined the tree planting activity on Wednesday.

About 600 seedlings of fruit and timber trees were planted in about 1.5 hectares planting site near the school.

Aside from the students, the Parents Teachers Association, barangay officials from Guintas, Dangcalan and Linaban and neighboring barangays also joined in the activity.

Leila Butiong of the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) and NGP coordinator for the town of Hamtic said the tree planting activity is part of the series of activities instituted by CENRO San Jose and the Office of the Municipal Agriculturist of Hamtic in support to NGP.

The town of Hamtic has targeted five hectares as tree planting site under the Tree Park project and has already planted on more than four hectares.

Four schools in the town are supportive of this program, namely the General Leandro National School in Fabrica, Gov. Julio Macuja National High School in Caridad, Guintas National School and University of Antique-Hamtic Campus.

Nelda Eustaquio, adviser of YES-O, and Principal Jose Angel Cordero appealed for community support to this program by providing tree guards, watering the plants during summer months and keeping stray animals away from the site.

This is to ensure 100 percent survival of the trees, said Cordero.

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Why many do not hit the mark in launching a business

July 27, 2016 02:39 AM

By: Lucell Larawan

ANYONE WHO jump starts his or her new business faces the statistics of only two out of ten new businesses that Read more...

It just keeps getting worse

July 27, 2016 02:24 AM

By: D’ Observer

(THE author is a real person who fell in love with Iloilo and, well, an Ilongga. He wants to remain anonymous due to some “complications” but still, he raises very valid points in his contributions) Read more...

Helping the addicted

July 27, 2016 02:08 AM

By: Modesto P. Sa-onoy

WHILE ILLEGAL drug use is considered a crime in this country, the problem goes beyond the act but into the Read more...

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