NegOcc agri chief faces investigation

Provincial Agriculturist Igmedio Tabianan of Negros Occidental is being investigated for alleged grave misconduct and malversation of public funds.

Ceneco residential rate increases

The residential per-kilowatt-hour (kWh) rate of Central Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco) increased by almost P2.

Flyover work seen to cause traffic

Public Works and traffic authorities warned of vehicular congestion once construction work for the flyover at the Araneta Avenue-Magsaysay Street intersection starts Monday next week.

PH may lose millions in foreign aid – Sueno

Due to its alleged human rights violations, the Philippine government may lose millions of dollars’ worth of foreign aid, according to Department of the Interior and Local Government secretary Ismael Sueno.

‘Information vital to ASEAN’

Information is important to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), according to Department of the Interior and Local Government secretary Ismael Sueno.

Bacolod hosting ASEAN-PCOO road show

This city is hosting the fifth leg of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations – Presidential Communications Operations Office (ASEAN-PCOO) Road Show on Friday at the Sugarland Hotel.

SEÑORON MULLS LEGAL ACTION | Serenio claims ‘fabrications, tall tales’

Senior Superintendent William Señoron blasted Ricky Serenio for tagging law enforcers to the illegal drug trade.

Coke ban in Panaad fest ‘unfortunate’

“Unfortunate” was how Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines, Inc. described the decision of the provincial government of Negros Occidental to ban their products from the 24th Panaad Festival.

ASEAN leaders to tackle information, media

Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will gather in this city starting today for the 15th Meeting of the ASEAN Senior Officials Responsible for Information (SOMRI).

‘NO TO COKE, HFCS!’ | Thousands turn up at anti-corn sugar protest

“No to drugs. No to Coke. No to HFCS.”