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Jayra Joyce Cañete Taboada handles the law and order and the science and education beats. She is also a licensed professional teacher.

‘Parol ng Pagbabago’ lantern-selling project kicks off at City Jail

The project started on September 9, hoping that amidst the pandemic, Palaweños will still be positive about celebrating December with a "parol", one of the most iconic symbols of Christmas spirit.

Construction worker patay matapos makuryente sa El Nido

Dead on arrival sa ospital ang biktimang si Rolando Sumayo Montaño, 30, na nagtatrabaho sa bayan ng El Nido at residente naman ng Barangay Apurawan, Aborlan.

TOW West holds 1st local advisory board meeting for ‘Flight Plan...

Flight Plan 2028 is a 14-year transformational response master plan to keep up with the "growing and increasingly complex demands of the air defense power" that has increased expectations on PAF.

DepEd to hold webinar series on protection of child’s rights

In a press statement released by the DepEd, Tuesday, the DepEd announced that they will conduct a webinar with the theme: "Isulong! Karapatan ng Bata sa Panahon ng COVID-19 to ensure the quality education upholding the rights and protection of the children in the COVID-19 environment".

Maritime police authorities arrest 2 Brooke’s Point residents for illegal logging

Arrested by operatives of the 2nd Special Operations Unit-Maritime Group (2nd SOU-MG) for cutting lumber using an unlicensed chainsaw were Merdilito Umbacan, 32, and his helper Alfonso Padon Parangue, 32, both residents of Brooke's Point.

Free access for tertiary teachers and students to the ‘PHL CHED...

This was the result of the partnership between the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Globe Telecommunications, which is aimed at providing free data access to the platform, a statement it released Wednesday said.

Trader ng iligal na kahoy, huli sa Narra

Ayon kay P/Maj. Romerico Remo naabutan nila ang mga suspek sa Estrella avenue, corner Quezon Boulevard, shortcut na daan mula sa barangay Malinao, matapos maaktuhang sina Rosanna Chavez Castillo, 44, residente ng zone 1, Barangay Princess Urduja at Levie Hisona Diaz, 43, residente ng Purok 2, Barangay Bato-bato habang nagbibiyahe ng mga kahoy sa nasabing lugar habang nagsagawa sila ng operasyon.

Katutubong Tagbanua natagpuang patay sa ilog ng Bagumbayan

Ayong kay P/Maj. Edgar Salazar, station commander ng Police Station 2, walang nakitang maaring ebidensya ng foul play ang pagkamatay ng biktima na kinilalang si Ariel Lapgis Orkin, isang katutubong Tagbanua na residente ng Aborlan.

Fulbright scholarship program renewed for Philippines

The program was renewed following the signing of the agreement between US Ambassador to Philippines Sung Kim and CHED Chairman J. Prospero E. De Vera III.

City jail holds Buwan ng Wika events

The event is dubbed "Wika ng Kasaysayan, Kasaysayan ng Wika: Ang mga Katutubong Wika sa Maka-Filipinong Bayanihan Kontra Pandemiya." It mainly promotes Filipino language and dialects while raising awareness about the pandemic among Persons Deprived of Liberty.

City jail to hold trade fair

In an interview with Palawan News, JSINSP Irene Dañez Gaspar, jail warden said that they initiated this activity to develop the skills of the Persons Deprived of Liberty and

Iligal na droga sa Coron, inugnay sa isang detenido ng Provincial...

Ayon kay P/Maj. Thirz Starky Timbancaya, hepe ng Coron Municipal Police Station (MPS), isang tulak droga na nahuli nila sa isang buy-bust operation noong Sabado ay "konektado" sa detenidong si Boduk Zambales na kasalukuyang nakakulong.