• Students from the University of Iloilo rehearse their fancy drill behind the statue of national hero Dr. Jose Rizal in Plaza Libertad, Iloilo City. Yesterday, Filipinos celebrated National Heroes’ Day in honor of those whose acts of courage paved the way for the Philippines to be a free nation. JOSELITO VILLASIS/PN

  • Is your mobile phone making you a couch potato? Cell phone use – much like watching television – may significantly decrease physical activity and fitness levels. Cell phones have become multifunction devices with capabilities similar to an Internet-connected computer. Virtually anywhere and always, users can not only make calls and send texts and e-mails. They can also interact via social media, search the Internet, watch videos and live events, and play videos and other games. All these activities are essentially sedentary. JOSELITO VILLASIS/PN


    Who’s afraid of a Stegosaurus? Not this boy having a time of his life at the public plaza of Jaro, Iloilo City. Due to its distinctive tail spikes and plates, Stegosaurus is one of the most recognizable extinct dinosaurs in the world. JOSELITO VILLASIS/PN

  • Zumba enthusiasts enjoy their daily early morning exercise at the Iloilo Esplanade. The city government plans to purchase a modern sound system worth P2 million for even greater Zumba fun. DOL FAJARDO/PN


    A village watchman in Barangay Handumanan, Bacolod City, shows his disaster preparedness and public safety skills. The barangay prepares for the Search for the Best Performing Barangay Tanods in Western Visayas. BACOLOD PIO





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