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Massive cleanup drive ‘Limpyo Iloilo’ kicks off today

ILOILO – The massive province-wide cleanup drive “Limpyo Iloilo” starts today with a 2 p.m. caravan from the provincial capitol to the national comprehensive...
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Road clearing: Bacolod eyes perfect score

BACOLOD City – The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) in this city wants a 100-percent city government compliance to the road clearing...

Construction of 2.7-km Janiuay concrete mountain road starts

ILOILO – Residents of the mountainous barangays of Quipot and Barasalon in Janiuay town are happy that their dream of having a concrete access...
Bacolod City Police Office chief Colonel Henry Biñas says the market value of illegal drugs recovered by the operatives is no longer that much in recent weeks compared to the past few months. BCPO

Shabu supply in Bacolod declining – BCPO chief

BACOLOD City – The supply of illegal drugs here has decreased recently based on the dwindling volume of shabu seized by the Bacolod City...

Bago City defers charter anniv events to March

BACOLOD City – The City of Bago in southern Negros Occidental rescheduled its 54th Charter Anniversary events to March after initially canceling related activities set...
The six brand-new Isuzu fire trucks turned over by the Bureau of Fire Protection of the Department of the Interior and Local Government to the six local government units in Negros Occidental, including Bacolod City. These were presented by the local BFP officials to Gov. Eugenio Jose Locsin in a ceremony held at the Capitol grounds in Bacolod on Feb. 17, 2020.

6 Negros Occ. LGUs get brand-new fire trucks

BACOLOD City – Six local government units in Negros Occidental, including this capital city, have each received brand-new Isuzu fire trucks from the...
Bureau of Corrections official Fredric Santos, who testified in the Senate's inquiry into the good conduct time allowance law, was shot dead Wednesday afternoon. ABS-CBN NEWS

DOJ links GCTA mess to slay of BuCor exec

MANILA – The Department of Justice (DOJ) believes the killing of suspended Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) legal chief Fredric Santos was “very...
“Dapat na rin nilang i-tackle ito sa lower House. Sa congressmen, just vote according to your conscience,” says Sen. Christopher “Bong” Go. SEN.BONG GO/FACEBOOK

Go urges lower House to act on ABS-CBN franchise bill

MANILA – Sen. Christopher “Bong” Go has urged members of the House of the Representatives to start tackling the franchise renewal application of broadcast...
The shootings late Wednesday targeted bars in Hanau, according to local media. AFP

At least 8 dead in Germany shootings

BERLIN – At least eight people were killed in two shootings at shisha bars in Germany, with an unknown number of attackers still at...
The coronavirus outbreak has hit the Chinese economy hard, but also lowered the country's carbon emissions as a result, researchers say. AFP

Coronavirus outbreak slashes China carbon emissions – study

BEIJING – The coronavirus epidemic that has paralysed the Chinese economy may have a silver lining for the environment. China's...

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