February 5, 2024

3 more dialysis centers in Capitol-managed hospitals

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN More dialysis centers will be established in three Capitol-managed hospitals, in line with the implementation of the Universal Health Care Act, Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson disclosed. Aside from the 15-bed Dialysis Center at the Teresita Lopez

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First Piaya festival unveiled

BongBong’s Piaya and Barquillos, a household name synonymous with sweet success, unveiled plans for the first-ever Piaya Festival, an ode to the city’s delectable treat that has captivated taste buds for generations, a press release from the organizers said. In

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Minor drowns in kiddie pool

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN A four-year child was reported by the police to have drowned at a resort swimming pool on Saturday in Danao Port, Brgy. Old Poblacion, Escalante City, Negros Occidental. Investigations of the Escalante City police showed that

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VISCOM continues to weaken NPA remnants

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN Geared towards pursuing the New People’s Army remnants in the Visayas after clearing all rebel-infested communities in the region last year, the Visayas Command (VISCOM) claimed to continue delivering crushing blows to the terrorist group since

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No discussion of separation, annulment – Nikki Benitez

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN Dominique “Nikki” Lopez Benitez has clarified that there have been no discussions between her and her husband, Bacolod City Mayor Alfredo Abelardo Benitez, regarding separation or annulment. A statement issued on Sunday by Nikki Benitez, through

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EBM couples plant mangroves before mass wedding

Forty-five engaged couples from E.B. Magalona attended an orientation on Solid Waste Management (SWM) and then later planted about 300 mangrove propagules at the Tomongtong Mangrove Eco-Trail in Barangay Tomongtong last January 30. These activities were among the requirements of

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Photo of the Day

LIONS WELCOME THE DRAGON. The traditional Chinese lion dance performed on poles, was a highlight at the Bacolaodiat Festival kick-off yesterday at SM City Bacolod.*

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• GILBERT P. BAYORAN Negros Occidental Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson yesterday thanked government troops, healthcare workers, emergency responders, volunteers, and public servants, among others, who responded and rendered services to victims of Kanlaon volcano eruption on June 3. Their unwavering

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