EDITORIAL: Foreign policy as viewed from Palawan

The Philippine government has abandoned an established diplomatic mechanism in dealing with China’s encroachment in the country’s territories in the…

EDITORIAL: Waking up to a tourism mess

President Duterte’s threat to shut down Boracay’s tourism industry because of its serious sewage issues has sparked a scramble among…

In support of Palawan artists

There is no denying the fact that individual talent in music and arts among Palaweños abound. Last week, the local band Woopis stormed the Manila music scene by winning the championship of Red Horse Beer’s 19th Pambansang Muziklaban.

Saving El Nido from degradation

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has officially declared the town of El Nido, easily the current main tourist draw in Palawan, as being at risk because of the negative impact of mass tourism.

Dividing Palawan and its driving force

The move to divide Palawan into smaller provinces has shifted to a high gear, with Capitol at the driver’s seat…

We are Rappler

It was a shock to learn yesterday, Monday, that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revoked the corporate registration of…

Malacañang and the Ortega murder case

The release from detention of former Palawan governor Joel T. Reyes last week sparked a national controversy, with no less…

Hard lessons from the storms

The three consecutive severe tropical depressions that battered Palawan during the holidays put to test the baseline capability of our…

A Call for Support

At least 11 persons have reportedly died from the onslaught of severe tropical storm Vinta last week, the victims coming…