Guam is a paradise destination. And we get to live here. Still, there are days when, from the moment your feet hit the floor in the morning, you feel late for life already. That’s when you need a break. But where do you go when you already live in paradise?
To the Philippines, of course! Continue reading
In a disclosure to the stock exchange, Oriental Peninsula attached a Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) order announcing “the suspension of the mining operations under Mineral Production Sharing Agreement [MPSA] No. 229-2007-IVB granted to Citinickel Mines and Development Corp. (CMDC), subject to the result of the mine audit to be undertaken pursuant to Development of Environment and Natural Resources memorandum Order No. 2016-01 dated July 8, 2016.” Continue reading
DENR Sec. Gina Lopez during press conference at the Bulwagang Ninoy, Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center in Quezon City on Wednesday. Photo by: JOEL LIPORADA
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez says she will review permits given to the $5.9-billion mining project of Sagittarius Mines Incorporated in South Cotabato
MANILA, Philippines – “I really don’t like Tampakan at all. Not a little, but you can put that in capital letters – AT ALL.” Continue reading
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez says more mining operations are likely to be suspended given the number of complaints her department has received
MANILA, Philippines – The environment department suspended two more mining companies as its ongoing audit neared the one-month mark. Continue reading
MANILA: A small town in Palawan is on its way to becoming one of the Philippines’ hottest tourist destinations.
Dubbed by local tourism officials as the “longest white beach in the Philippines,” the Long Beach of San Vicente straddles 14 kilometers of undeveloped shoreline, more than three times longer than Boracay’s White Beach. Continue reading
If you fancy a relaxing island getaway but have seriously high standards, we may have the perfect suggestion for your next holiday. Why settle for anything but the best?
Travel + Leisure magazine has released its annual rankings of the best islands in the world for 2016, and Palawan, an island in the Philippines, has taken the top spot. Continue reading
From ELLE DECOR
If you’re thinking of where to go on your next tropical beach getaway, you may want to look a little farther than the Caribbean. Continue reading
The Philippines has suspended a third nickel mine in less than two weeks and again warned miners not to violate environmental laws, the cabinet secretary overseeing mining told a radio station. Continue reading
EL NIDO, Palawan—Bayron Abos considers himself one of the last of El Nido’s “busyador”—men who climb the resort town’s rugged limestone cliffs to collect bird nests and sell them to mostly Chinese clients. Continue reading
The Philippine National Police – Maritime Group (PNP-MG) took receipt of four new aluminium-hull patrol boats on the western island of Palawan on 8 July.
The four Dauntless 30-class vessels – built by Willard Marine based in California under a contract announced on 3 September 2015 – were donated to the Philippines by the US. Collectively they are worth more than $2.3 million. Continue reading
Universal Entertainment Corporation of Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada, through Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment Inc., is expecting its investment in the PAGCOR Entertainment to exceed $4 billion even as it scouts the Philippines for other resort projects.
In an interview during the media launch of Okada Manila integrated resort, TRLEI chief operating officer Takahiro Usui said investments could rise to $4 billion once all four phases of the project is completed. Continue reading