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Patricia Laririt

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is a senior reporter for Palawan News who covers politics, education, environment, tourism, and human interest stories. She loves watching Netflix, reading literary fiction, and listens to serial fiction podcasts. Her favorite color is blue.

Coron LGU brushes off local complaints against reclamation project

The Coron municipal government defended its Coron Bay Reclamation Project against criticisms raised by the local group Sagip Coron Palawan, claiming that it went...

Environmental stakeholders to conduct recovery study in forests damaged by Odette

Public and private environmental stakeholders in Puerto Princesa City have begun the Green Assessment, a program aimed at rehabilitating forests ravaged by super typhoon...

One Palawan urges voters to “discern” before casting their votes in...

Civil society groups held simultaneous gatherings in various parts of Palawan over the weekend to celebrate their campaign victory during last year's plebiscite on...

One Palawan to commemorate win against dividing Palawan province

Supporters and proponents of the One Palawan movement will hold simultaneous commemorative events in the various municipalities on Sunday, March 13, to celebrate the...

Newbie has big plans for city

Political newcomer Dante Diaz may lack the experience that political veterans bank on winning every election, but he is still willing to take on...

Coronians mount protest action against quarrying and reclamation projects

A group of Coron residents held a rally Wednesday to protest quarrying and reclamation activities in town they claim were being carried out without...

Two new foreign BPO firms eyeing to locate in PPC

Three business process outsourcing (BPOs) companies are planning to set up operations in Puerto Princesa City, according to a city official. The Local Economic Development...

Business group seeks waiver of penalties, surcharges, interests on business tax

A group of business owners in Puerto Princesa City are calling for an abatement of penalties, surcharges, and interest on business taxes from the...

City councilor calls on DepEd to allow in-person graduation ceremonies in...

City councilor Peter “Jimbo” Maristela on Monday urged the Department of Education and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to allow in-person graduation ceremonies...

Racing circuit in Sta. Monica issued NOV for noise pollution

The city government has issued a notice of violation (NOV) against the Batangas Racing Circuit-Palawan International Circuit (BRC-PIC) located in Sta. Monica for noise...

Brooke’s Point residents, indigenous communities, sign petition against new mining project

Indigenous communities and residents of Barangay Ipilan, Brooke’s Point have asked the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to stop a mining company's...

DepEd moves to allow face-to-face classes in 14 selected schools in...

The city council is backing the Department of Education’s plan to allow face-to-face classes in 14 Puerto Princesa City schools. According to city DepEd...