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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.

Residents of Cabayugan urged to protect and care for PPSRNP

Residents in Barangay Cabayugan where the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park (PPSRNP) is located, were reminded on Sunday by city government officials not...

Sen. Revilla donates galvanized iron sheets to city government for typhoon...

Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla donated galvanized iron sheets worth an estimated P3 million to the city government of Puerto Princesa, which will be distributed...

Petitioners press case to disqualify Bayron before COMELEC en banc

Petitioners seeking to disqualify Puerto Princesa City mayor Lucilo Bayron are pressing their case before the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) en banc, following the...

Trike driver advocating anti-COVID vaccination earns rewards from city’s COVAC team

The tricycle driver who painted the words "BAKUNADO" on the back of his tricycle, followed by "w/ BOOSTER SHOT," has been found and rewarded...

City government lines up activities for Balayong Festival

The Puerto Princesa City government will begin holding festivities this February, leading up to the Balayong Festival for the celebration of the city's Foundation...

Civil Registrar soon to collect document processing fees

The Puerto Princesa City council on Monday approved an ordinance authorizing the Office of the City Civil Registrar to collect P55 as the standard...

Maristela vows to increase senior citizens’ allowance

Mayoral aspirant and city councilor Atty. Peter “Jimbo” Maristela on Wednesday dismissed allegations he claimed are being made by his rivals that he will...

City Council urges Bayron to act on rising prices of commodities

The Puerto Princesa City Council on Monday urged Mayor Lucilo Bayron to take action on the rising prices of basic commodities in the local...

City health officials see lower COVID-19 by March

Puerto Princesa City health officials predicted that active COVID-19 cases will be less than 100 by March this year, and are confident that it...

NGOs identify need to perform humanitarian work

Locally based civil society organizations (CSOs) are facing an increasing need to perform as humanitarian NGOs in the face of climate change and the...

No more home or facility quarantine for inbound travelers under Alert...

Puerto Princesa City will no longer require mandatory quarantine, facility or home, for inbound travelers under Alert Level 2, as long as they coordinate...

City Council urges GSO to ensure timely payment of electric bills

The City Council on Monday proposed that the city government mandate the General Services Office (GSO) to ensure timely payment of its electric bills. The...