Town resolutions vs NPA raise security concerns

As the number of towns in Palawan passing resolutions declaring the New People's Army (NPA) "persona non grata" increase, the military admitted that mayors...

PALECO explains ‘total blackout’ early Tuesday morning

Endriga said Palawan Power Generation Inc. (PPGI) is supposed to supply power to Narra and Sofronio Española, but because its capacity is only limited to 4 megawatts, there is a possibility that the latter will not have electricity until the NPC is able to fix the 69kv transmission line.

Provincial Board OKs face shield exemption for bikers

According to board member David Francis Ponce de Leon, author of Resolution No. 460-20 entitled “Exempting cyclist from wearing face shields while cycling within the Province”, although the National Inter-Agency Task Force did not specify the mandatory use of face shield in their order, this may still cause danger to the cyclists while traveling.

THE LIFE OF THE LAW: In Defense of Self-Defense

While only a court of justice can definitively settle this issue after a thorough study of the facts and scrutiny of the evidence, it is opportune to take a closer look at the nature of “Self-Defense” widely considered as a possible justification for the police officer.

677,185 Palaweño voters troop to polling precincts

A total of 677,185 registered voters in Puerto Princesa City and municipalities in Palawan are expected to troop to polling precincts today, May 13,...

Recognize IPRA law, IP leaders appeal

The appeal was made during the Regional Action Planning Workshop at the Western Philippines University (WPU) conducted by the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP).

Stranded ‘dugong’ calf is placed under intensive care in Busuanga

A recently stranded 105-centimeter male dugong (sea cow) calf has been placed under intensive care by environmental authorities in Busuanga town, northern Palawan, in...

Bangkarera, Motocross events highlight Rio Tuba anniversary celebration

Barangay Rio Tuba in the southern town of Bataraza will be holding a bangkarera and motocross competition to highlight the celebration of its 70th founding...

Bataraza’s students offered employment

Bataraza’s municipal government along with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) local office benefited 228 students from its Special Program for the...

Culion fire leaves 33 families homeless

(UPDATED) A fire in Culion on Saturday night destroyed 27 houses, commercial establishments, and other structures at Sitio Bohol in Barangay Jardin, leaving 33...

Narra eligible to grant performance bonuses to officials, employees

Narra has qualified to be the only municipality in MIMAROPA that can give "performance-based bonuses" to its officials and employees for the Fiscal Year...

Shortfall in rice supply predicted around July

In a Wednesday live update of Alerto Palaweño sa COVID-19 of the Provincial Information Office (PIO), provincial agriculturist Ariston Arzaga said that a shortfall in grain supply is expected around July and September due to the drought.