- 05 / 26 : PAL Holdings appoints Lucio Tan III as PAL pres
- 05 / 24 : Hinoba-an strengthens border control following ASF case in NegOr
- 05 / 24 : Himamaylan achieves 101% vaccination voverage vs measles, rubella
- 05 / 24 : Mayor Albee eyes bigger role for losing VM
- 05 / 23 : Victorias holds emergency meeting to address molasses spillage
- 05 / 23 : Agricultural information system secures approval on second reading in congress
- 05 / 18 : Maintenance works by NGCP and CENECO to cause 9-hr outage on Sunday
- 05 / 17 : Sipalay City intensifies MR OPV supplemental immunization drive
- 05 / 17 : Victorias goes cashless with GCash
- 05 / 17 : RCBC introduces quick and easy way to open an account in minutes
The municipality of Hinoba-an in Negros Occidental has strengthened its border control following the confirmation of an African swine fever (ASF) case in Negros Oriental.
The Department of Health (DOH) in Western Visayas announced that Himamaylan City in Negros Occidental has achieved 101% vaccination coverage against measles and rubella.
Mayor Javier Miguel Benitez of Victorias City called for an emergency meeting, yesterday, May 22, to address the concerns arising from a molasses spillage coming from Victorias Milling Company (VMC), which has resulted in a pervasive rancid odor spreading throughout the city.
The power outage is scheduled to last from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will impact various areas, including the Asdes-Gonzaga and Reclamation substations, as well as the Gaisano Substation.