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PCSD tags prominent individuals behind illegal trade of giant clams

The Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD), a special body tasked to oversee the province's environmental concerns, has uncovered a black market operation involving...

Palawan business sector maintains guarded optimism on recovery

Just about a month earlier, one of the first major hotels in Puerto Princesa City, The Legend Hotel, decided it could no longer sustain losses and closed its business, following what many other smaller tourism related establishments had done if only to cut their losses and take no further business risks.

SM introduces a new way of safe malling in the ‘new normal’

Reinventing a shopping experience in 2020, SM transforms its malls into safe innovative community spaces enforcing high-standard hygiene and health protocols to ensure every customer’s well-being round-the-clock.

Uniqlo, SM Foundation donate face masks to Palawan frontliners

The Uniqlo AIRism facemasks were donated to frontline workers of the AFP Western Command, Camp General Artemio Ricarte Station Hospital, and the Puerto Princesa City Incident Management Team.

Baywalk stabbing: Lack of law enforcement on selling liquors to minors

The management of the Puerto Princesa Baywalk, business establishments, some barangay officials, Philippine National Police (PNP), and line city government offices has been receiving flak for the incident and the current situation at the Baywalk.

Palawan cashew suffers temporary setback

Amy Gapuz had a profitable business trading on cashew, Palawan's major agricultural product. Her souvenir shop in Roxas town where tourists and travelers...

Inside the battlefield: Stories from COVID-19 wards

In one of the rooms at a private hospital in Puerto Princesa City, a frontliner prepared for another day of battle against an unseen...

Worsening state of seafarers

In the Suez Canal, a sideways-turned ship led to a $10 billion traffic jam. In the Port of LA, a Covid-induced bottleneck of dozens...

JOSHUA GARCIA: Life on a catheter

He moves around with a tube attached to his bladder, determined to make it through the painful ordeal amidst grinding poverty. Joshua Garcia, a 31-year...

Amidst COVID-19, Filipino tradition of celebrating Christmas season will remain

However, Pop Culture professor Jackielyn Soquerata-Abela of the PSU College of Arts and Humanities said the pandemic will bring significant changes in the way Filipinos will celebrate the season.

Down and out elderly man walking to El Nido meets good Samaritans

Ricardo Anore, who had lost everything to the coronavirus disease pandemic and has no more money while in Puerto Princesa, was left with no choice on Wednesday but to walk his way back to El Nido where he used to sell cellphone accessories to tourists before the pandemic. 

Project Ambagan raises over P45k for victims of Typhoon Ulysses

Palawan News launched Project Ambagan on November 16, with the goal to raise funds to help the victims of Typhoon Ulysses.