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SC clears 3 judges linked to drug trade

By: Louine Hope Conserva

THE SUPREME Court on Dec. 7, 2016 said it did not find sufficient proof against three judges whom President Rodrigo Duterte linked to the illegal drug trade in August.

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PNP: Gang wars might be the handiwork of drug peddlers

By: Jennifer P. Rendon


POLICE in Iloilo City said the recent spate of gang wars could be a diversionary tactic of some illegal drug personalities.

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City Hall employees reminded of GMRC

By: Maricyn A. De los Santos

THE ILOILO City Government respects the private lives of its employees.


But if their private affairs interfere in their public duties, compromise the image of the city government, and cause “scandals” in public spaces, that’s another story.

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City Hall awaits DPWH word on tree-cutting

By: Maricyn A. De los Santos


THE Iloilo City Government cannot say with finality whether it will favor or not the cutting trees located at the right of way (ROW) of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH-6) projects.

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Conscience our immediate but not ultimate guide

December 08, 2016 02:40 AM

By: Fr. Roy Cimagala

WITH ALL this controversy surrounding the "dubia" raised by four cardinals before Pope Francis, the issue of conscience once again comes to the open. It's about how to understand the so-called primacy of conscience which so many people, Read more...

BASOC revisited

December 08, 2016 02:29 AM

By: Modesto P. Sa-onoy

A LOT OF people are asking whatever happened to the BASOC cases filed by the Philippine Sports Commission against then Bacolod Congressman Monico O. Puentevella. It seems that the case had been shelved and kept under lock and key. Read more...

Flooding – an environmental curse we heaped upon ourselves

December 08, 2016 02:17 AM

By: Edgar Mana-ay

SINCE childhood, it was impressed upon me that the worst thing that can happen to me is if my elders curse me. I was made to believe that a curse from my elders will linger and remain until I die. Read more...

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