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Forest fire hits Malay mountain village

By BOY RYAN B. ZABAL KALIBO, Aklan — A forest fire scorched some six hectares of public land in the hinterlands of Brgy. Nabaoy, Malay...

City groundwater contaminated

BY FREDA MAE SORSANO ILOILO City – Water from 80 to 90 percent of deep wells and pumps in this city is contaminated by fecal...

Mabilog richest city official

BY FREDA MAE SORSANO ILOILO City – Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog is the richest among city government officials here, with a net worth of P63,341,622...

World-renowned doctor practices natural healing

BY HERBERT VEGO IT’S not everyday that we meet a “metabolic doctor,” but there’s one Filipino-Chinese physician who finished his MD degree from the College...

Beware of rainy season diseases, DOH warns

BY FREDA MAE SORSANO ILOILO City – The Department of Health (DOH) Region 6 warned Ilonggos to be wary of diseases prevalent during the rainy...

WV solons counter claims vs mega dam

BY PRINCE GOLEZ Manila Reporter MANILA – Eight congressmen from Iloilo and Guimaras have expressed support to the P11.2-billion Jalaur River Multipurpose Project II (JRMP II). “We appreciate...

Ombudsman to charge Enrile, et al. in Sandiganbayan

BY PRINCE GOLEZ Manila Reporter MANILA – The Ombudsman has denied the motions of reconsideration of Senators Juan Ponce Enrile, Jinggoy Estrada and Ramon Revilla Jr., and...

Boracay ‘tourist’ nabbed for guns

BY RUBY P. SILUBRICO BORACAY – This “island paradise” turned into hell Wednesday night for an adventurous “local tourist.” Jerson Relojero, 29, of Cabayugan, Malinao, Aklan was trying...

PNoy confirms Napoles letter

BY PRINCE GOLEZ Manila Reporter MANILA – President Benigno Aquino III confirmed that businesswoman Janet Lim Napoles, who reportedly earned multibillion-peso kickbacks from pork barrel transactions, sent him...

Ladderized education bill targets poor students

BY PRINCE GOLEZ Manila Reporter MANILA – Graduates of technical-vocational courses should be given the chance to pursue higher education, said newbie senator Cynthia Villar. Her Senate Bill 2272...

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