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DILG brings federalism roadshow to Ilocos Region

DAGUPAN CITY – The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) will bring its regional roadshow for federalism at the CSI Stadia in this city today October 10 until October 11 to generate support for the shift to a federal form of government. Olivia Mae De Guzman, federalism regional focal person from DILG in […]

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The long road home (Part 1)

Ten years ago, I made an extraordinary trip from Mandaluyong City, where I was residing at that time, to Vigan, my hometown. Anybody who has taken this northbound trip would know that the travel time takes from 8-10 hours by bus nowadays. But this trip I took in 2008, I planned to be different. I […]

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Ilocos Sur ken intero a Northern Luzon, dinuprak ni Bagyo Ompong

VIGAN CITY – Adu dagiti natay ken nadadael a sanikua iti benneg ti imprastraktura ken agrikultura iti Ilocos Sur ken iti sapasap a Northern Luzon gapu iti napigsa nga angin ken tudo a ginubuay ti iduduprak ti kapigsaan a bagyo a simmangbay iti Pilipinas ita a tawen, ni Typhoon Ompong idi Setiembre 15, 2018. Naindaklan […]

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Gov Imee urges constituents to be proactive, prepared for “Ompong”

LAOAG CITY – In preparation for Typhoon “Ompong” (International Name: Mangkhut), which is to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) today, Governor Imee R. Marcos has urged every member of the Ilocano community to do their part in ensuring minimal losses and damages to life and properties. She elicited vigilance of barangay chairpersons, Barangay […]

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Promosion ti Pikkang falls iti Malamin, San Juan, nakiddaw

SAN JUAN, ILOCOS SUR – Pannakaisayangkat ti promosion ti Pikkang Falls sadiay Brgy. Malamin, San Juan, Ilocos Sur tapno makatulong iti panagdur-as ti turismo ket mabenepisiaran dagiti agnaed iti daytoy nga ili. Dayta ti kangrunaan a kiniddaw ni Richard Agbayani, negosiante ken co-owner ti Afamosa Villas and Resort, iti Municipal Government ti San Juan ken […]

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LOOK: Monsoon season brings flooding in Ilocos

The heavy rains brought about by the southwest monsoon and exacerbated by tropical depression “Luis” caused flooding in part of Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur. Take a look at some of the photos shared on Facebook by netizens on the widespread flooding. 

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Alleged gun-for-hire shot dead in Badoc, Ilocos Norte

CAMP BGEN OSCAR M FLORENDO – A carpenter was shot dead by still unidentified suspects today, August 16, 2018, 1:05 in the afternoon in Brgy. Saud, Badoc, Ilocos Norte. Police Senior Inspector Arnel M Tabaog, Chief of Police, Badoc MPS identified the victim as Rogelio Dagupion Riñen aka Edwin, 49 years old, married, carpenter and […]

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BANNER NEWS: First of its kind iti Region 1 nga evacuation center, nabangon iti Ilocos Sur

SANTA CATALINA, Ilocos Sur – Binigbig ni Region 1 Office of the Civil Defense Director Melchito Castro ti nabangon ditoy nga ili nga evacuation center a kalawaan, katibkeran ken kamodernuan a pasdek. Dayta ti impanakkel nga inrakurak ni Sta. Catalina Mayor Edgar Rapanut kadagiti kameng ti Ilocos Sur Integrated Press kabayatan ti naangay a Kapihan […]

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Church group leads activity to unite IPs in Ilocos

CABUGAO, Ilocos Sur – The Ilocos Region Ecumenical Council (IREC) organized an activity in concordance with the celebration of World Indigenous Peoples Day on August 9, 2018. Representatives from the Bago, Isnag-Yapayao and Tingguian tribes from Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur and La Union gathered in this town for the Ilocos Indigenous Peoples Convergence and Consultation. […]

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ARBOR DAY TREE PLANTING

ARBOR DAY TREE PLANTING. San Juan, Ilocos Sur Mayor Ben Sarmiento points out the extent of the 2.4 hectares sanitary landfill of San Juan during a tree-planting activity in Brgy. Asilang last August 3, 2018. In the background are the participants from the different government agencies, local barangay officials who gathered in the area to […]

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