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‘Unlicensed gun’ sends man to jail

ILOILO City – Police nabbed a man who owns an unlicensed gun in Barangay Pa-on, Estancia, Iloilo. Armed with a...

Drug ‘pusher’ nabbed

ILOILO City – He allegedly sold marijuana leaves. The 18-year-old Clint Legaspi was arrested in Barangay Katilingban, Molo district, a...

Woman drowns in Isabela creek

BACOLOD City – A woman was found dead at Bugalo Creek in Barangay 1, Isabela, Negros Occidental. She was...

‘High-value’ drug target falls

BACOLOD City – Police arrested a “high-value” target in a drug sting operation in Barangay Hilamonan, Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental.

‘Shabu’ worth P41T seized

BACOLOD City – Suspected shabu weighing about 12 grams and valued at around P41,000 was seized in a buy-bust operation in Barangay 2.
Iloilo City Hall. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN

Only 7.14% of city projects implemented in 2018 – COA

ILOILO City – Only 7.14 percent or eight out of 112 development projects here last year were fully implemented. Such...
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in Western Visayas assisted in the regularization of close to 25,000 private workers from 2018 until June this year. DOLE targeted the regularization of 15,000 workers in 2018 and 2019. FILIPINOTIMES.NET

Over 25-T W. Visayas workers regularized

LOILO City – Around 25,000 private sectors employees in Western Visayas have been regularized as the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) stepped up its...

Massive cleanup vs dengue today

ILOILO City – This is a busy Saturday. There’s a massive cleanup against dengue mosquitoes in 180 barangays. Since...
Senate President Vicente Sotto III is pushing for a maximum jail term of six to 10 years for perjury suspects to “ensure that our laws are respected at all times.”

Sotto pushes longer jail term for perjury

MANILA – Senate President Vicente Sotto III was pushing for a maximum jail term of six to 10 years for suspects who will...
MENACE IN THE DEEP. Removing crown of thorns starfish eating the corals of Culasi, Antique requires skill. This careful diver uses huge forceps. Contact will almost surely inflict severe swelling, pain and nausea that can last for hours or days. The crown of thorns starfish has numerous spines projecting from its body. It has a large central disk and has around seven to 23 arms. PHOTO COURTESY OF CHRISTOPHER SALAO

CORALS IN DANGER: BFAR struggling to cope with starfish ‘invasion’

ILOILO City – The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has appealed for more technical experts and scuba divers to help remove destructive...

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