Home News Page 2682

News

Panay News, the biggest daily newspaper in Western Visayas brings you breaking news on environment, nation, Metro Bacolod, Iloilo, and top stories from around the world.

Kalaw, Rojas clash over finance committee

By EUGENE ADIONG BACOLOD City — Councilors Claudio “Kalaw” Puentevella and Roberto Rojas engaged in a verbal tussle over the former’s appointment as chair of...

2 nabbed in drug busts

By EUGENE ADIONG BACOLOD City — Two suspected illegal drug dealers were apprehended in separate buy-bust operations yesterday. Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) operatives arrested Jessie...

Laid-off capitol employees to get benefits

By EUGENE ADIONG BACOLOD City — Provincial government employees holding positions to be abolished under the capitol reorganization will be given benefits, Provincial Administrator Enrique...

Panasiatic hiring caravan ongoing

By MAE SINGUAY BACOLOD City — Panasiatic Call Centers’ employment caravan is ongoing. It will be held in this city this week, said general manager...

In Aklan, fight against tuberculosis continues

By BOY RYAN B. ZABAL KALIBO, Aklan — Officials in the province have renewed their support to local programs fighting the spread of tuberculosis (TB). Gov....

Let ambulances save lives – Yap

By RALPH JOHN MIJARES ROXAS City — A councilor here wants all ambulances in the capital city to have all basic life-saving equipment. Councilor Cesar Yap...

Woes still haunting schools in province

By EUGENE ADIONG BACOLOD City — Classes in public schools in Negros Occidental are opening today, but perennial problems continue to haunt these learning institutions. One...

PUVs under watch as classes open

By EUGENE ADIONG BACOLOD City — The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Region 6 launched “Oplan Balik Eskwela, Ligtas Biyahe” in view of...

KBP denies hand in letter from ‘reporter’

By CYRUS M. GARDE BACOLOD City — The Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) denied having anything to do with the letter to Philippine...

‘No anomaly in use of PACE burial aid fund’

By EUGENE ADIONG BACOLOD City — An official of the Progressive Alliance of Capitol Employees (PACE) assured there is no irregularity in the use of...

Latest News

error: Content is protected !!