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    Child births in Western Visayas down

    Birth registrations in Western Visayas have decreased, according to the Commission on Population and Development (POPCOM-6). Top-stories

    Iloilo biz group thumbs down proposed fare hike

    The proposal to increase the minimum jeepney fare is "untimely," according to a business group in Iloilo. Top-stories

    Iloilo City eyes P3.083-B budget for 2022

    The Iloilo city Government is proposing a P3.083 billion budget for 2022, higher than this year’s P2.608 billion. Top-stories

    More hotel, restaurant workers in Iloilo get complete vaccine vs COVID-19

    Majority of the personnel of Iloilo Hotel Restaurants & Resorts Association (IHRRA) properties have already been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Top-stories

    Employment rate in Western Visayas improves

    Western Visayas' employment rate picked up further to 93.26 percent at the start of the third quarter of the year, according to the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-6). Top-stories

    Drilon: PGN bridge project hampered by lack of attention, support

    Ilonggo Senator Franklin Drilon has attributed the delay in the implementation of the Panay-Guimaras-Negros (PGN) bridge project to the "lack of attention and support" from the present administration. Top-stories

    Iloilo city, province shift to GCQ

    The Inter-Agency Task Force has downgraded the quarantine status of Iloilo City and Iloilo province. Top-stories

    Jeepney drivers in Iloilo City seek P1-P3 fare hike

    A transport group based in Iloilo City is seeking a fare increase as drivers grapple with higher fuel costs and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Top-stories

    Iloilo to appeal for lower quarantine status if COVID-19 cases continue to drop

    The daily number of new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in the province of Iloilo has gone down in the last four weeks. Top-stories

    Over 50 pct of Iloilo City's target population now fully vaccinated vs COVID-19

    Iloilo City has already inoculated more than 50 percent of its target population against the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Top-stories

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