- 11 provincial gov’t scholars get top honors
- Consolidated Statement of Cash Flow , 4th Qtr, 2014
- LDRRMF Utilization, 4th Qtr, 2014
- Manpower Complement, 4th Qtr, 2014
- Unliquidated Cash Advances, 4th Qtr, 2014
- Report of SEF Utilization, 4th Qtr, 2014
- More illegal fishers caught in Iloilo
- Defensor shines in social governance anew
- World Bank to help concrete 24 road sections in Iloilo
- Project Buligay in Tigbuan
- PENRO to establish 65 hectares of beach, mangrove forests
- Iloilo opens door for further dev’t
- Iloilo’s consignment law now in effect
- Courtesy call new PDEA-6 Chief Paul Ledesma
- History of Iloilo
- Vice Govenor's Message
- Profile of Governor Arthur D. Defensor, Sr.
- DINAGYANG Festival: All About Iloilo, Rhythms, Costumes and Fun
- Sangguniang Panlalawigan's Office Profile
- SP out of town session in Janiuay
- SP brings itself closer to Ilonggos
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28 Mar 2015
29 Mar 2015
Eighteen provincial government scholars under the “Iskolar sang Iloilo” program are graduating this year with 11 of them getting the top honors.
Seven graduates will receive cum laude honors while four graduates will receive magna cum laude honors.
ILOILO – Ten more illegal fishers, including a minor, have been caught by the Iloilo Provincial Bantay Dagat Task Force in Northern Iloilo this week.
In coordination with the Philippine National Police, the task force intercepted six trawl fishers in Barangay Bay-ang, Ajuy and four in Uaydahon Island, Carles on Wednesday.
ILOILO – For the second time in a row, social worker officers all over the country consider Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. as the most outstanding local chief executive in the field of social governance.
The Gawad Parangal Committee of the Association of Local Social Welfare and Development Officers of the Philippines Inc. adjudged Defensor as Outstanding Governor in 2014 and again this 2015.
ILOILO – Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. has sought the assistance of World Bank in developing 24 dirt roads measuring about 145 kilometers in 18 municipalities devastated by Super Typhoon Yolanda in 2013.
The establishment of reliable and safe road in these areas will cost around Php1.88 billion or P13-million per kilometer, according to the estimate of the Provincial Engineer’s Office.
ILOILO – Acknowledging the importance of our ecosystem, the provincial government will develop 10 hectares of beach and 55 hectares of mangrove forests in four selected coastal towns here.
The beach forest will be located in Brgys. Guibongan, Mambatad, Bacauan, Palaca, Tabunacan, Damilisan, Oyungan, Lanutan, Maringyan, San Rafael and Narat-an, Miagao.