- SOPA 2014
- Iloilo’s jail museum up before APEC
- PNP eyes 82 drug-free brgys in Iloilo
- Ombudsman Caravan of Services in Bingawan
- 14 Iloilo farmers recipients of Bull Loan Program
- Rural Waterworks & Sanitation Project
- Gov @ Day Care Workers Convention
- 590 typhoon survivors get livelihood aid
- P80M set for Iloilo’s proposed old jail museum
- MIWD - Flo Water Agreement
ILOILO – The century-old edifice that once hosts thousands of prisoners here will be transformed into a museum before the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Ministerial Meeting on September 2015.
ILOILO – The Philippine National Police, with the support of Governor Arthur Defensor Sr., is seeking to liberate 82 barangays here from the influence of illegal drugs by the end of the year.
Fourteen farmers in Iloilo province will have the chance to breed US buffalo (Murrah) under the “Bull Loan Program” of the Philippine Carabao Center (PCC).
ILOILO – The Department of Social Welfare and Development Region 6 turned over on Monday the P3.2-million worth of livelihood assistance for typhoon survivors here.
ILOILO – Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. has been officially informed by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines on Monday that the old Iloilo Rehabilitation Center will be restored and converted into a regional extension museum-gallery of the National Museum with a budget of P80-million from the national government.
ILOILO –Small scale irrigation projects worth over P41.48-million will soon be constructed to boost the agricultural production in thirteen areas in province.
The projects, which will also increase the income of farmers, are co-funded by the Department of Agriculture (DA) and Provincial Agriculture’s Office of Iloilo.
ILOILO – The Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) International, through their local counterpart, poured P3.51-million donation in this province to help the survivors of Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) in Brgy. Tambaliza, Concepcion.