- Peoples’ forum draws more JRMP support
- Iloilo holds 1st Water Summit
- Capitol hauls illegal fishers in court
- United front needed to combat sea poachers
- Capitol to grant more scholarship
- Capitol’s basketball tournament kicks off
- Games Schedule for the Gov. Defensor U-21 Basketball Tournament
- 21 Iloilo teen centers to rise soon
- Trawl fishers from Victorias nabbed
- Meeting re: Independence Day 2015
- Negros ‘hulbot’ fishers fall
- Fun Run proceeds turn-over
- 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
- SP out of town session in Janiuay
- SP brings itself closer to Ilonggos
- Sangguniang Panlalawigan's Office Profile
ILOILO – Ninety representatives of community-based small water service providers (CBWSP) will gather here for two days to look for long-term solutions to perennial problem of the province – lack of reliable water supply.
The 1St Iloilo Water Summit, which opened today (May 26) in Eon Centennial Hotel, revolved on the theme “Tubig Kabuhi, Amligan, Tipigan para sa Tayoyun nga Kauswagan” (Water is Life, Protect, Conserve for Sustainable Development).
ILOILO – The provincial government here is reiterating its call to all the chief executives and agencies concerned to be active in clearing the Visayan Sea of illegal fishers.
“It seems [to] that only the Iloilo Provincial Bantay Dagat Task Force is sustaining its operation,” lamented Provincial Administrator Raul Banias in an email.
ILOILO – The provincial government here will be accepting more scholars for the upcoming school year 2015-2016 to help poor yet deserving students earn a degree in college.
Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. has ordered that the number of scholars be increased from seven to ten per district making it 50 in total.
ILOILO – After the project is proven effective, Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. has decided to establish a school-based multipurpose teen center in a massive scale this year.
The governor has approved the release of P6.5-million for the creation of new teen centers in 21 public schools, including those that are in the island-barangays.