• Stranded ship passengers at the seaport of Dumangas, Iloilo wait for advisories from the Philippine Coast Guard. Trips of roll on, roll off vessels from Iloilo to Bacolod City have been suspended due to tropical storm “Urduja.” But these resumed late afternoon yesterday, Dec. 17, 2017. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN

  • Iloilo City government garbage collectors load onto a truck several huge plastic bags of trash from a supermarket along Valeria Street. Are these wastes segregated well? Proper waste segregation is mandated by the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act. JOSELITO VILLASIS/PN

  • BACOLOD CITY PIO
    FOLLOW THE STAR. A bright star-shaped lantern elicits for this gazebo in the middle of the Bacolod City Public Plaza the appeal of the manger in Bethlehem where Jesus Christ was born. Christmas lights at the park were lighted on Dec. 15. Yuletide activities at the plaza were also lined up starting that day until the end of the month.

  • D’Mall in Boracay was temporarily closed on Sunday, Dec. 17 as floodwater made its way through the sand around the cluster of establishments, destroying pathways. People were also discouraged from passing by the area due to coconut trees getting toppled due to winds and loose sand. JEZREEL FAJARDO/PN

  • Roadwork Watch

    Warning devices surround this pile of sand on top of an excavation where Metro Iloilo Water District buried a pipe at the intersection of Iloilo City – Aleosan Road and Iloilo Circumferential Road 1. Motorists are advised to negotiate this area with caution.

    IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN

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