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LTO Palawan resumes processing of drivers’ licenses

The LTO Palawan District Office on Sunday (August 23), announced that applicants with student permit issued before July 2020 are required to pass an accomplished application for driver’s license (ADL) form, which is available at the district office, including student permit that has been issued for at least a month, and a medical permit issued by any clinic accredited by LTO.

New guidelines set for online filing of SSS retirement claims

Abirin said that with online filing transactions, members no longer need to go to their office. They can complete the process safely in their own homes.

LPA being monitored by PAGASA has dissolved

Palawan is expected to still have cloudy skies and scattered rains, thunder, and lightning.

Neowise celestial light show on July 23 to month end

Named after the Neowise mission of the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) space telescope upon discovery in March this year, the comet also known as C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE), will be visible until the end of the month.

SSS adopts new number coding system for scheduling transactions

SSS Palawan branch head Abdultalib Abirin confirmed this to Palawan News, stating they are set to implement the new number coding system on scheduling client transactions, which depend on the last digit of their SSS number.

City agriculture offers free cashew seedlings to interested farmers

In a post earlier this week on Facebook, CAO said it is giving away cashew seedlings to those interested in planting the tree.

WPU postpones admission examination

In a notice released on June 27, the WPU said the postponement is in accordance with the current guidelines on health safety.

Are you suffering from ‘acne mechanica’ because of your face mask?

Because of being required to wear face masks, especially for an extended amount of time, some people have experienced acne breakouts.

More rains as ITCZ still affects Palawan

“Sa kasalukuyan, patuloy pa rin pong nakakaapekto itong Intertropical convergent zone o ITCZ dito nga sa Mindanao, ganoon na rin sa Kabisayaan at ganoon na rin sa Palawan,” weather speacialist Meno Mendoza said.

PhilHealth extends payment of premium contributions till June 30

OFWs, according to PhilHealth Advisory No. 2020-037, despite the rate increase, may pay at the previous mandated rate of P2.400 as their initial payment, and are given one (1) year or twelve (12) months from the date of their initial payment to pay their balance for the year.