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“UP Fight” reverberating during UAAP games
Securing tickets for the University Athletic Association of the Philippines ( UAAP) games became a challenging feat due to the increasing number of enthusiastic fans eager to shout “UP...
The SEA Games NetBall Experience
It was quite an awesome experience for me supporting the national cause, Palawan. I am honored to witness one of the NetBall games of...
Editorial: Agriculture as a “new normal” policy priority
He then outlined a plan to re-direct key investment projects the city government had previously mapped out and to bring its resources to funding agriculture initiatives.
EDITORIAL: El Nido’s experimental tourism bubble
There wasn't a hint of fanfare one would expect from what was supposed to be an important government-initiated strategic move to prop the moribund tourism sector back to its feet. One would imagine that the amount of preparation would have been sufficient enough such that most if not everyone in the little town were aware, and not the least unprepared.
GCTA surrenderees waiting for Godot
The last report from Iwahig authorities is that six former convicts of Iwahig remain at large, while the rest of those who staged the walk-out had returned to detention.
Sports Intel — Living and Working Online
The global medical strategy to flatten the curve is meant to slow down the spread of the disease to allow hospitals to accommodate those critically in need of their services.
EDITORIAL: Mismanaging the COVID response
The news was that the Department of Health could also no longer forward the samples to their main laboratories in Manila like they used to do when the Ospital ng Palawan had no laboratory yet, as these were supposedly heavily backlogged already.
We Reign Supreme
SPORTS INTEL By: Marc Calumba BPO Leader, Coach In our best ever Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) performance, Team Philippines dominated the region in grand...
Editorial: A call for transparency and effective governance under COVID emergency
The risk of Palawan joining the list of the growing number of cities and provinces having COVID-19 patients is a challenge that its residents will have to grapple within the coming days.
Collegiate Varsity Finals Week!
What a Fun week it has been in the world of college basketball, Palawan! It was a magical ride for the Ateneo Blue Eagles this...
EDITORIAL: Tourism’s guarded optimism
Even as the pandemic deaths rose to alarming rates at the onset of fall in the United States and most of Europe, the disease's terrorizing sweep has been dampened somehow by the rollout of vaccines developed by advanced medical laboratories.
Working Near Ground Zero
To give our readers a background of yours truly’s career, I primarily am a call center leader in the very first Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) company in the Nuvali area in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. Our location is roughly 35 kilometers away from Tagaytay, site of the scenic Taal Lake.