Three kilos of suspected shabu, worth P20.4 million, and placed in tea bags, were seized from two inbound passengers at the Bredco Port in Bacolod City, at around 12:50 this afternoon, Jan. 24.

EDITORIAL

Progress for Negros

On November 11, 2000, the first issue of the Negros Weekly news-magazine came off the press.
Created to cater to the information needs of the Negrosanon community, the weekly publication managed to establish its own readership. With the support of local advertisers, it survived the years of challenges without missing a single issue week after week.

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THIS WEEK

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BUSINESS

‘No vax, no ride’ in Ceres buses

The Negros-based Vallacar Transit Inc. (VTI), which operates the Ceres Liner passenger buses in the Visayas and Mindanao, started implementing the “no vaccine, no ride” policy of the Department of Transportation in the continuing fight vs. COVID-19.

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FEATURES

EM ANG | The heart of a frontliner

In this issue of the Negros Weekly, we get to know more the hands-on public servant that is Em Ang. In her own words, she describes the challenges of being on the frontline of the pandemic and how it influenced her decision to once again seek the mandate from the people as Bacolod City councilor.

Celia Flor

Celia Matea Rodriguez Flor, more popularly known as Celia Flor, has been working on women empowerment and gender equality for the past 30 years, not only in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental, but also in the national and international scenes.

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