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The City Veterinary Office (CVO) has issued a reminder to pet owners to secure their animals in places where they will be less exposed to firecrackers and noise brought about by the coming New Year celebration.
In a talk with Palawan News, he recalled how he stumbled into the arts.
Palawan will experience cloudy skies as tropical storm Ursula exits Friday, December 27, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA). Local chief...
Community relations manager Reynaldo Dela Rosa said that after 50 years, it was the first time that the RTNMC, a subsidiary of Nickel Asia Corporation (NAC), gave awards to individuals and groups that have become part of community growth through 16 years of SDMP.
Evangelista said they are still hoping that a new batch of names of returnees will be released before the New Year.
Ursula (international name: Phanfone) may be the last weather disturbance to affect the country in 2019.
A Palaweña mother is seeking help through social media to locate her 1-year-old daughter who she claimed may have been “kidnapped” by her former partner...
PALECO board chairman Jeffrey Tan-Endriga said they will start the bidding even without the approval of the Department of Energy (DOE) of the terms of reference (TOR) they proposed.
During the 'Pakimanan ta si Gab' on Saturday, December 14, Alvarez said having separate power distribution franchises for three provinces will improve the management and speed up the reaction to energy issues.
The local office of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said no establishment in the city is selling any "uncertified" Christmas lights based...
Under the program, farmers may receive the payment through a LandBank-issued cash card, or over-the-counter withdrawal from LBP and DBP conduits and accredited payout outlets.
PALECO Board of Directors chairman Jeffrey Tan-Endriga told Palawan News they had earlier presented the idea to the annual general membership assembly (AGMA) in 2014 where 6,000 members unanimously voted for a favorable resolution.