Magnitude 5.0 earthquake rocked the province of Ilocos Norte at 8:56 pm on July 5 with epicenter located at 6 kilometers southeast of Batac City and a depth of 40 kilometers. An aftershock of magnitude 4.3 was felt at 9:12 pm, located 2 kilometers northwest of Marcos town, prompting some of people to go out
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Currimao – At least five crew members of a Chinese fishing boat were rescued by the Philippine Coast Guard and the Philippine National Police at 8 am on July 2 as their vessel run aground about 150 meters from the international seaport of Currimao.
Bangui – The municipal town hall was padlocked June 23, as members of the PNP along with provincial legal officer Jason Bader Ll. Perrera were on their way to serve a preventive suspension order to Mayor Diodado Garvida for two months effective June 22. After a close-door meeting with Mr. Garvida, acting police provincial director Albert
Laoag City – Officials and residents of Laoag City celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its Cityhood on June 19. The Charter of the City of Laoag was passed by the fifth congress of the Republic of the Philippines by Congressmen Raquiza and Valdez, senior and junior authors of House Bill No 9366, during the term
Kimberly Agapay alias “Ampopoy” a resident of Brgy. Barangobong in Nueva Era was arrested by police operatives on June 16 in a rented house at Brgy. Magsaysay in Alicia, Isabela province. Mr. Agapay has been listed as number 6 in the provincial anti-partisan armed group task force under the Ilocos Norte’s most wanted persons involved in various shooting incidents.
BADOC – Police seized over 10 grams of illegal drugs, assorted firearms and live ammos from the house of Badoc Mayor Arlene Torralba and husband, Badoc Vice Mayor Thomas Torralba, including the vice mayor’s two brothers in a separate search warrant operations held June 15.
(March 02, 2015 to May 31, 2015) A Survey of Handwoven Blankets in Ilocos Norte Textile art cannot be attributed to any ancient culture, as each civilization developed independent techniques. Even before the Spanish colonization in the Philippines, textiles were woven on the loom from cotton grown abundantly in the Ilocos Region. From the early days of
June 01, 2015 to July 31, 2015 Ti Pannakarambak Ti Ma-Ika Uppat A Pulo Nga Tawen Nga Anibersario Ti Pannakaipasdek Ti Diplomatiko A Panaglangen Ti China Ken Pilipinas, Ti Kunsulado Ti People’s Republic Of China Ti Laoag Ken Ti Museo Ilocos Norte, Isponsoranna Ti “Photo Exhibiton Of The 40th Anniversary Of The Establishment Of China-Philippines