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Deaf ears amidst Palawan’s power crisis

Another week has passed, and there is yet no clear takeaway from the congressional inquiry on the Palawan power situation and what would...

Editorial: Unanswered questions during the congressional hearing on the Palawan power situation

The House of Representatives conducted an important inquiry on the Palawan power issue on Monday, February 5. It was a probe initiated by Palawan...

Editorial: A critical take on the airdrop to BRP Sierra Madre

The regular resupply mission to BRP Sierra Madre in Ayungin Shoal that was scheduled last week, dubbed RORE (rotation and resupply), the first for...

Editorial: A congressional probe on Palawan’s power crisis

In an editorial piece we published back in November 2021, when then President Rodrigo Duterte was lashing out at the Palawan Electric Cooperative (PALECO)...

Editorial: Malampaya justice on a slow grind

The justice beat in Manila churned out a story this week, reporting that the Sandiganbayan has denied a motion filed by former Palawan Governor...

Editorial: The year ahead for Palawan

Palawan sets sail into 2024, facing formidable challenges that promise to shape its economic and political landscape. One of the most urgent and pressing issues...

Editorial: Happy New Year!

Palawan News extends its heartfelt thanks to its readers and supporters, whose continuous engagement has not only fueled our passion but also played a...

Editorial: Merry Christmas, everyone!

It's Christmas Day! In Palawan, especially in Puerto Princesa City, and across the Philippines, we continue to make progress despite life's struggles and challenges. There's...

A political perspective on the US decision to resume grants to the Philippines

The United States Millennium Challenge Corporation (US-MCC) has readmitted the Philippines into its "Compact Program" funding window, a large grants facility that will allow...

How to deal with Chinese aggression in the West Philippine Sea

The critical decision by the civil society organization Atin Ito to abort its Christmas Voyage to the Philippines-occupied island features in the West Philippine...

Editorial: Bracing for steep power rate hikes in Palawan

Not a few power consumers serviced by the Palawan Electric Cooperative have taken to social media to vent their frustration and rage upon discovering...

Editorial: A Red Line on the West Philippine Sea

The Philippines completed last week a joint naval and air exercise with US forces in the West Philippine Sea, an operation that dealt mainly...