DA promotes organic farming in Palawan

The local Department of Agriculture (DA) office is urging local farmers to go organic, under the support of its Organic…

Warning raised over incoming Storm Basyang

The government weather bureau has advised Palawan residents to prepare for possible flooding, landslides, and strong winds and waves that…

City Hall brings out Ugnayan program

The city government has activated its “Ugnayan sa Barangay” program to bring various social and health services to residents living…

Canada assesses job program

Stephen Weaver, the Head of Cooperation of the Embassy of Canada to the country visited Palawan on Thursday to assess the impact of the implementation of the employment facilitation program “Jobstart Philippines”.

Paleco says power outages caused by vegetation

Recurring blackouts being experienced in the city and the province these days are not caused by power shortage, but by problems in tree trimming management, an official of the Palawan Electric Cooperative (Paleco) said Wednesday.

Paleco says power rate hike inevitable

Power consumers can expect an increase in their electric bills because of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, but the Palawan Electric Cooperative (Paleco) said they don’t know yet when this will be imposed.

City reports alarming rise in HIV cases

The confirmed incidence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Puerto Princesa City has gone up to a total of 242 patients, or 80 cases more from the number of persons diagnosed with the disease a year ago.