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    Modern jeepneys start plying Iloilo City streets today

    Starting today, Nov. 28, modern jeepneys belonging to the Iloilo City Alliance of Operators and Drivers Transport Cooperative (ICAODTC) will operate in the metropolis. Top-stories

    Inauguration of newly redeveloped Iloilo capitol set Dec. 2

    The newly redeveloped Iloilo Provincial Capitol complex is set to be inaugurated on Dec. 2, 2019. Top-stories

    PECO lashes back at PLDT

    Panay Electric Company (PECO) hit back at telecommunications firm Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) for accusing it of "lying." Top-stories

    Construction of flyover in Metro Iloilo to start 'soon'

    Mayor Jerry TreƱas is expecting the construction of one of the four proposed flyovers in Metro Iloilo to start "soon." Top-stories

    Highest in WV: Crime incidents in Iloilo City up

    The number of crime incidents in Iloilo City slightly increased, data from the Police Regional Office (PRO-6) showed. Top-stories

    Palmares mulls airport in Passi City

    Mayor Stephen A. Palmares is pushing for the construction of an airport in Passi City. Top-stories

    PECO report: Majority of poles involved in fire incidents owned by telcos

    Power distributor Panay Electric Company (PECO) on Thursday, Nov. 14, clarified that majority of the poles involved in fire incidents in Iloilo City were owned by telecommunications companies (telcos). Top-stories

    PCSO slams 'arrogant' STL operators in Iloilo

    Authorized Agent Corporations (AACs) operating Small Town Lottery (STL) in the city and province of Iloilo are facing termination of their operations for failing to pay their dues. Top-stories

    Seized pork siomai in Iloilo City negative for ASF

    Samples of pork siomai confiscated at the Iloilo Terminal Market or "Super" in Iloilo City tested negative for the African swine fever (ASF) virus. Top-stories

    PECO hits MORE Power for 'black propaganda'

    Panay Electric Company (PECO) has decried alleged efforts being undertaken by MORE Electric and Power Corp. (MORE Power) to bring it down. Top-stories