Concerns raised over rampant fuel smuggling

The provincial board has called the attention of law enforcement authorities on the alleged rampant smuggling of petroleum products involving deep sea fishing vessels and fuel tankers in the waters of Linapacan, Culion and other coastal waters of the province.

Board endorses nutrition campaign program

Board Member Eduardo Modesto Rodriguez filed a resolution on Tuesday supporting the implementation of the National Nutrition Council’s Philippine plan…

Croc sightings in Taytay alarm locals

A crocodile inhabiting an estuarine river has sown fear among residents of the island barangay of Batas in Taytay town….

PSFI holds agri training for tribes

To help combat malnutrition in indigenous people’s communities in northern Palawan, a non-government organization recently organized a vegetable production training…

Comelec opens voter registration

The Provincial Commission on Elections (Comelec) announced Tuesday, November 14, it has started satellite registrations in Puerto Princesa City and…

PCG retrieves body from sea mishap

Members of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) El Nido station have retrieved the body of Jeruel Aliguay, 33, a resident…