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  • TOMORROW’S LEADER TODAY

    TOMORROW’S LEADER TODAY

    JOSELITO VILLASIS/PN - Quality education will sustain Iloilo City’s progress, says Angelo Rafael Nacionales, Iloilo City’s boy mayor for a week.

  • IPPO PHOTO - Murder suspect Inspector Rey Castro (right) hugs a visiting colleague at the Iloilo Provincial Integrated Jail in Barangay Nanga, Pototan, Iloilo. Looking on is Senior Superintendent Cornelio Salinas (standing, far right), director of the Iloilo City Police Office.

  • MEAT OF THE MATTER

    MEAT OF THE MATTER

    JOSELITO VILLASIS/PN - These thick slabs of pork and cow’s meat are guaranteed safe, says this meat vendor at the Iloilo Terminal Market. They are from the city’s slaughterhouse, he adds. The city government is urging consumers to buy meat only from the slaughterhouse to ensure their safety.

  • THEY SHOULD BE IN SCHOOL

    THEY SHOULD BE IN SCHOOL

    JOSELITO VILLASIS/PN - Young boys check this vacant lot hoping to find salvageable garbage and metal scraps that they can sell to junkshops for a few pesos. Poverty has driven them away from school and into the streets. Where are their parents?

  • ANPA CONFERENCE. (From left) Frank Pe, Jun Siat, Dol Fajardo (Panay News’ chief operating officer) and Allan Asi attend the 2014 Manila Conference of the Asean Newspaper Printers Association (ANPA) at Makati Shangrila Hotel, Manila. Panay News is the only local newspaper at the conference. ANPA is a non-profit organization by newspaper production professionals, and for the newspaper printing industry. It volunteers time and effort to help promote the continuous advancement of its members’ knowledge and skills through sharing of problem-solving experience, technical know-how, project collaboration and development. The annual conference gathers newspaper production professionals from 10 countries in Southeast Asia, and partners (vendor/suppliers) from around the world. The conference started on Sept. 21 and wrapped up yesterday, Sept. 23.

  • TIME TO STOP BEGGING

    TIME TO STOP BEGGING

    ARCHIE REY ALIPALO/PN - This beggar on Araneta Street, Bacolod City is one of the many who will be affected once the city government enforces City Ordinance No. 146, series of 1995, which outlaws mendicancy, starting Oct. 1. Department of Social Services and Development head Pacita Tero says beggars and generous people giving alms will be fined P50 when caught.

  • WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS CAR?

    WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS CAR?

    SHYRON ANDRADA/PN - Kibitzers look at this car that exploded near the Kalibo–Numancia Bridge in Aklan. Authorities say the explosion may have been due to a damaged wiring or the vehicle’s heated battery. Who owns this car? Where is the driver? Is this an accident or an attack? Investigation is ongoing as of press time.

  • SPIN.PH PHOTO - Jean Claude Saclag raises his hands after winning in the sanda men’s quarterfinal bout against Indonesia, assuring the Philippines of a bronze medal.

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