October 25,2014 01:18 AM
By: Jennifer Ponsaran-Rendon
ILOILO CITY continues to buttress its reputation as one of the major BPO (business process outsourcing) havens in the country.
This, as STARTEK, Inc., a US-based BPO company, launched its standalone BPO office building at Two Global Center at Megaworld’s Iloilo Business Park in Mandurriao Friday, October 24.
October 25,2014 01:16 AM
JOURNALISTS should go beyond event-oriented coverage and provide in-depth context and perspective when reporting health and wellness issues. They should also be more mindful about their own health and lifestyle, since many of them practice unhealthy lifestyles. The rising trend of non-communicable diseases among Filipinos should also be more than a cue for the public to adopt recommended lifestyle changes.
October 25,2014 01:14 AM
By: Louine Hope Conserva
THE Department of Health (DOH) said the best way to prevent the entry of Ebola virus in the country is through stronger surveillance effort.
A physician working in New York hospital is latest person to test positive for Ebola, according to reports from the international media Friday.
October 25,2014 01:12 AM
By: Wenceslao E. Mateo Jr.
THE Iloilo Business Club (IBC) confirmed that a casual employee off the Iloilo City government was assigned to the private organization.
Lea Lara, IBC executive director, said Robe Lazaro has been reporting to their office since the first term of Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog.
October 25,2014 01:10 AM
By: Angelica L. Tapalla
A SIDEWALK vendor fell victim to a suspected counterfeiter in Oton, Iloilo Thursday evening.
Fruit vendor Belen Castillano said a man on board a motorcycle paid her with a fake P500 bill.
Police said counterfeiters have now become more sophisticated as the recovered bill had a serial number similar to that of the original money .