The barge that ran aground off El Nido town last week has already been removed from its grounding position located…
Twenty-six individuals on a fishing vessel were apprehended by police authorities off Linapacan on Monday, February 12, for fishing in…
The emerging tourism town of San Vicente is building basic infrastructure facilities in anticipation of the massive tourist influx in…
A federation of indigenous peoples (IP) in southern Palawan has asked the proponent of the planned 7.5-megawatt biomass power plant in Barangay San Isidro, Narra to get their consent, as the area being eyed forms part of their ancestral domain.
The Department of Health (DOH) has declared it is ready to begin the treatment of Barangay Sta. Lourdes residents found positive for mercury poisoning.
The historical heritage site Fort Santa Isabel in Taytay town will undergo restoration starting next month to preserve and promote the province’s rich significant past.
Authorities on Thursday sought to allay fears the barge that ran aground off El Nido town over the weekend might cause an oil spill and damage the beaches and its surrounding coastal environment.
With its new Fisheries Code taking effect this year, the Taytay municipal government is aiming to focus on their conservation efforts in Taytay Bay and boost local fisheries incomes.
Travel and tour agencies in the city are reeling from losses due to the five-day cancellation of tours to Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR) caused by inclement weather.
A barge carrying gravel and sand has ran aground off El Nido town on Wednesday morning, February 7, the Philippine Coast Guard El Nido station said.