Thursday, April 18, 2019
Dr Jessie Glen Alonsabe, regional epidemiologist, said unlike Zika, dengue claimed many lives. Photo from Reuters

26 deaths in WV due to dengue

Dengue fever already claimed 26 lives in Western Visayas based on the 11th morbidity week of monitoring by the Department of Health...

5 Iloilo towns experience water crisis

Five municipalities in Iloilo province are confronted with water crisis due to the dry spell, an official from the Provincial Disaster Risk...

Presence of rebels monitored in 9 Iloilo towns

Nine municipalities in Iloilo province were placed under category orange due to monitored rebel presence, the Provincial Commission on Elections (Comelec) said.

More than 3,500 cops in WV promoted

A total of 3,636 uniformed personnel in Western Visayas were promoted to the next higher rank. The newly promoted...

Classes in public schools begin June 3

An official of the Department of Education (DepEd) on Monday said classes in elementary and secondary schools nationwide for school year 2019-2020...

WV eyes 388 solar-powered irrigation systems

If the 6,200 solar powered irrigation systems (SPIS) national target of the Department of Agriculture (DA) will be equally distributed among all...

Iloilo City braces for possible water crisis

The Iloilo City Government has been making the necessary preparations in case of a water crisis. Mayor Jose Espinosa...
Effect of El Niño

WV to experience dry spell, drought in April: PAGASA

Almost all provinces in Western Visayas will experience dry spell and drought next month, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration...
Based on the 2016 Annual Financial Report released by the Commission on Audit on October 12, Iloilo ranked 7th with P8.144 billion in assets.

Iloilo LGUs urged to craft tourism plans

The Iloilo Provincial Tourism Office (PTO) encourages local government units (LGU) to have their own municipal tourism plans. Gilbert...
El Niño phenomenon

5 more Iloilo towns report dry spell losses

Five more towns in Iloilo province reported losses due to the dry spell, the Provincial Agriculture Office (PAO) said.