The smell is in the air

An errant wire story stating that President Rodrigo Duterte might declare martial law next week created a ruckus and had…

The regalo system and Puerto’s emerging sex industry

Ms. Amurao’s admission and revelations should encourage the city government to carefully define its strategic direction towards addressing the challenge of prostitution rise in Puerto Princesa City. It is never too late to review the efficacy of existing regulations, to define our strategic goals and see if there are additional legislation that need to be in place.

Democracy, Palawan style

This week, the camp of Mayor Lucilo Bayron filed before the Commission on Elections (Comelec) a petition for recall against…

Take a closer look at the superhighway

The road-widening and construction activity being undertaken by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in parts of southern…

The mess that is City Hall

Puerto Princesa City politics is a spectacle with wild twists and turns. Recently, Mayor Lucilo Bayron got himself into trouble…

Editorial: Facing the traffic reality

How does one solve a problem like Puerto Princesa City’s ever increasing traffic woes? A recent news item carried by…

Is the MNLF an emerging peace problem?

The warning issued this week by the Western Command about the reported active recruitment by the Moro National Liberation Front…