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April 02, 2014 02:05 AM

POLICE in Mandurriao, Iloilo City are about to file charges against the suspect in the death of a 77-year-old woman in Brgy. Housing.

But Senior Insp. Nestor Santacera, deputy police chief of Mandurriao, declined to give details on the case of Nilda Laoang who was found dead inside her home in Block 22 Housing, Mandurriao Sunday.

 

Santacera said the case is now with the Women’s and Children’s Desk, thus they cannot give details. But he confirmed that they have are training their sight on a possible suspect.

 

Autopsy reports indicated that Laoang may have been bludgeoned to death.  (LH Conserva)

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SRA replies – 9

November 25,2014 12:58 AM

By: Modesto P. Sao-noy

IN HER Letter of October 14, Sugar Regulatory Administration Administrator Regina Martin said, “The sugar statistics are held vital to the formulation of sugar policies by SRA and to the business decision of stakeholders. Enshrined with utmost transparency, SRA cannot and does not manipulate sugar data, nor feed them in advance to favor a few. Read more...

Graft and corruption: An obstacle to social and economic development

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By: Dr. Rex Casiple

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By: Butch Ward

TODAY let us pay tribute to reporters who, in their quest for a good daily story, boldly defy the Production gods and do the unthinkable: Hang up the telephone and leave the office.

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Politics and charity

November 25,2014 12:50 AM

By: Fr. Roy Cimagala

GETTING into this topic, I know, is like pushing a lamb into the company of wolves. Implausible as it may seem, we just have to pray that the lamb can survive by following what Christ indicated: be shrewd like serpents but innocent like doves.

Truth is, politics has to be humanized and Christianized through charity. It just cannot be left alone, fully at the mercy of our passions, brute force and worldly elements. It too can and should be a way to our sanctification. Yes, I mean that seriously. Read more...

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