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Spiking, climbing, falling: dengue cases see-saw over six years in Bacolod

BACOLOD CITY - Dengue fever cases here have been see-sawing over the past six years, starting in 2014 with the highest spike to almost...

Negros Dramarama: How SocMed reports the Yanson Saga

By Hannah A. Papasin and Nelie France Sanchez BACOLOD CITY - Transportation services practically halted.  Intracorporation conflict.  A family torn in two. All these and more...

Rice Tarriffication: Bane or Boon?

With DNX Research If you are an avid social media user, you often see the phrase ‘Rice Tarrification Law’ associated with Senator Cynthia Villar, but...

From reel to real: Designated Survivor

With DNX Research What is a “designated survivor”? Does one exist in real life? Since media reported that Senator Panfilo Lacson came up with a...

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MONEYWATCH | “COVID response-centered” 2021 budget three hearings away from approval

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - The P2.6 billion budget for 2021, down by at least P400 million compared to the 2020 one, is only around three hearings away from approval by the council here, the chair of the finance and appropriations committee told DNX.

DNX FASHION | Tahom | Ethical, sustainable fashion for a cause

Think of the scandalously expensive Birkin bag, or Louis Vuitton purse that costs as much as a down payment for a house.

Five-hour power outage in Murcia, DSB tomorrow

Central Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. informs its consumers that maintenance activities will be conducted on November 21, Saturday.

Church to City Hall: shorten curfew hours for Simbang Gabi

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - The Diocese of Bacolod has requested the city government to reduce the curfew hours in December to give...