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DTI anticipates local fuel prices to hit P100/liter

Fuel prices in Palawan are expected to breach P100 per liter, with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) anticipating a continuous increase in...

Scientists, academics warn against negative impacts of Palawan division

Academics and scientists, weighing in on the planned political division of Palawan into three separate provinces, have warned against its dire implications on the...

Same old power outage greet 2021

At least 17 areas experienced a total blackout after electricity was cut around 7:26 a.m. when a bamboo hooked on an electric post near the Puerto Princesa City Jail in Barangay Tiniguiban, triggering a “tripping of the machine”.

A daring makeover of an iconic Vietnamese village in the heart...

Once a bustling community that freely intermingled with the local population, the village popularly referred to as Viet Ville was eventually abandoned as most of its residents returned to Vietnam.

Lawyer shot dead by unidentified gunmen in Narra town

Narra town mayor Crispin Lumba, in a phone interview also on Tuesday morning, said that the victim, Atty. Eric Jay Magcamit, 36, was on his way to a hearing in Quezon town when he was flagged down by two unidentified suspects who fired upon him that resulted in his instantaneous death around seven o’clock in the morning.

Domestic flights to and from Puerto Princesa City cancelled during emergency...

Bayron, in an order issued Friday, said that there is a need to suspend all domestic air travels after the health authorities confirmed local transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country.

9 GCTA escapees return to Iwahig

The Department of Justice (DOJ) Oversight Committee, the direct authority that holds the evaluation of the GCTA returnees, has yet to issue an order regarding the highest GCTA-related walkout recorded within the seven prison institutions in the Philippines.