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    Rabiya Mateo shares plans after Miss Universe stint

    Miss Universe 2020 semi-finalist Rabiya Mateo shared her plans after the beauty pageant. Top-stories

    ‘Rabiya is already a winner’

    The Iloilo Festivals Foundation, Inc (IFFI) has joined the Ilonggo community and the rest of the country in praying for the victory of Rabiya Mateo, the country’s official representative to the 69th Miss Universe pageant. Top-stories

    High risk for COVID-19: Treñas wants Iloilo City placed under MECQ

    Mayor Jerry Treñas wants to upgrade the quarantine status of Iloilo City to curb the surge in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in the metropolis. Top-stories

    BSP shuts down Alimodian-based rural bank

    A rural bank based in the town of Alimodian, Iloilo was ordered closed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). Top-stories

    COVID-19 cases daily average in Iloilo City up by 117 pct

    Iloilo City recorded a daily average of 26 coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases from May 1 to 8. Top-stories

    Iloilo City-bound travelers encouraged to use S-PaSS app

    The Iloilo City Government has adopted the Safe, Swift, and Smart Passage (S-PaSS) Travel Management System to make the processing of travel authority online more convenient. Top-stories

    At least 600 new buildings to rise in Iloilo City

    More structures, mostly residential and commercial buildings, will rise in Iloilo City, data from city government’s Office of the Building Official (OBO) showed. Top-stories

    Active COVID cases in Western Visayas now at 5,181

    Western Visayas logged 430 new cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on Tuesday, May 4. Top-stories

    Iloilo ecozone bill hurdles House panels

    A bill seeking to create the Metro Iloilo Special Economic Zone (MILOECOZONE) and the MILOECOZONE Authority has hurdled the committee level in the House of Representatives. Top-stories

    COVID-19 cases in Western Visayas nearing 35,000-mark

    The number of confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in Western Visayas is approaching the 35,000-mark as the Department of Health (DOH-6) reported 324 new infections on Wednesday, April 28. Top-stories

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