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Rachel Ganancial

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is one of the senior reporters of Palawan News. She covers agriculture, business, and different feature stories. Her interests are collecting empty bottles, aesthetic earrings, and anything that is color yellow.

PPCWD targets to supply more households in 2023

The Puerto Princesa City Water District (PPCWD) aims to achieve 2,600 new service connections for 2023 to help provide water supply to more households,...

Southern barangays of Puerto Princesa, to experience water interuption

The city water district announced an emergency water supply interruption starting Friday evening to Saturday morning affecting service connections in the city proper. According to...

PALECO rolls off patronage refund to consumers

The Palawan Electric Cooperative (PALECO) will begin distributing patronage refunds to member-consumer-owners (MCOs) from 2006 to 2017 by deducting the amount from their December...

Palawan province and PPC continue to be saddled with high inflation...

Both Puerto Princesa and the province of Palawan continue to have high inflation rates, with the province registering a constant 9.9 percent in December...

New LPA looms over Southern Luzon, Visayas, and parts of Mindanao

The circulation of the low-pressure area (LPA) is affecting the majority of Southern Luzon, Visayas, and portions of Mindanao, according to PAGASA. According to weather...

Bataraza resumes face-to-face celebration of its 59th founding anniversary

The local government of Bataraza is preparing to resume face-to-face celebrations of its 59th founding anniversary after a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus...

NPC reduces its operating hours in Cuyo

The National Power Corporation (NPC) has began reducing its operating hours in Cuyo island town because of fuel shortage. Frederick Barrios, the area manager for...

Bataraza records P1.5M damage in coastal area due to high tide...

Bataraza town suffered P1.5 million in coastal damage as a result of heavy rains in December last year and the first week of January...

Brooke’s Point to face price increase in vegetables

Vegetables will likely be more expensive in Brooke's Point because, according to the municipal agriculture office, they are the crops most affected by the...

Organic farming lessens climate change impacts

To make a living simply by tilling the land and planting rice and vegetables, as Jomar Pacaldo's family had done for generations, is not...

Another LPA may bring rainfall to Palawan

Rain may fall over Palawan as a result of the trough of low-pressure area (LPA) being monitored outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR),...

PALECO clarifies limited assistance to NPC woes

The Palawan Electric Cooperative (PALECO) clarified that it can only provide limited assistance to the National Power Corporation's (NPC) challenge in energizing some towns...