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P100M Allotted to Renovate Antique Old Capitol

A total amount of fifty million pesos was budgeted for the   renovation/restoration of the Old Provincial Capitol of Antique   and another 50 million pesos for the construction of the new   Legislative Building to be built behind the Old Capitol.
 This budget allocation is part of the developmental plans   under   the administration of Governor Rhodora Cadiao, with   assistance   from Senator Loren Legarda.
 The Old Capitol will be restored and turned into a National   Heritage site. The three-story Legislative Building is reported to have an elevator for convenience.
The plans posted online gathered responses from netizens.
“Wow! Congrats! Unti-unti nang may pagbabago (there is eventual change),” netizen Elsie Espanola Navarosa commented on the Facebook post of the plan.

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Provincial Government of Antique receives Paglaum Award

The Provincial Government of Antique under the administration of Governor Rhodora J. Cadiao received a  Paglaum Award during the 2017 Division Awarding Ceremony search for Brigada Eskwela Best implementing  schools cum partners’ day celebration held at Belison National School last September 29, 2017.
 This PAGLAUM (Partners Pursuing Active enGagement and LinkAging Undertakings for Millennials) award  recognizes the invaluable support and dedicated service to Antiqueño children through sustaining DepEd’s  programs and projects and active involvement in the 2017 Brigada Eskwela.

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HIV/AIDS Cases in Antique Continue to Rise

As of May 2017, there are a total of 84 reported cases of HIV/AIDS in the province of Antique. It increased from 67 of December 2016. This is according to the official statistics recorded since January 1986 released by the Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO) of Antique through its satellite office, HIV and AIDS Core Team (HACT).
The town of San Jose has the most number of reported cases with 20, followed by Hamtic with nine, and Culasi with eight cases.
Out of the 84 reported cases, 82 of these are males and two are females. Forty-three of these belong to the ages 25 to 34 years old, while 27 of these are from 15 to 24 years old.

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