Tomas to ‘tolerate’ Angkas operations

Doris Mae C. Mondragon 11/14/2017

The arrest of Angkas and other motorcycle-for-hire drivers will not be a priority of the Cebu City government. Mayor Tomas Osmeña said that while he respects the decision of the Land Transportation Franchise and Regulatory Board (LTFRB)…

Fr. Tan remains active with the NPA — Aguilar

Nestle L. Semilla 11/14/2017

Fr. Rustico Tan, who was arrested in Santander town on Thursday, remains to be an active member of the New People’s Army (NPA). Col. Medel Aguilar, spokesperson of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Central Command (Centcom),…

Safe and orderly Sinulog

editoria 11/14/2017

Cebu City Hall may have the best intentions; but it is really up to the businesses within the Mango Square, Fuente Osmeña and other areas located along the parade route if they will abide with the order…

Lacson: Let DOJ probe Kian slay case

Inquirer 08/26/2017

  Let the Department of Justice (DOJ) conduct its own investigation into the killing of Kian delos Santos, Senator Panfilo Lacson said this yesterday amid calls of his fellow lawmakers for Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II to…

Award-winning ‘Pauwi Na’ inspired by an Inquirer Story

Michelle Joy L. Padayhag 08/16/2017

THE STORY of a family traveling back home to Bicol province on a pedicab is one of the entries in the ongoing Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP) that kicked off yesterday. “Pauwi Na” is a story inspired…

Metrobank executive faces ‘internal bank’ fraud charge

Inquirer.net 07/21/2017

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has filed before the Makati Prosecutor’s Office a criminal complaint against the Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company (Metrobank) executive who was arrested last Monday for attempting to pocket P2.25-million loan payment…

Ramon S. Ang buys Inquirer

Inquirer.net 07/17/2017

The Inquirer Group of Companies announced the Prieto family’s move to sell its controlling stake in the media conglomerate to businessman Ramon S. Ang, ending a quarter-of-a-century stewardship of the country’s top newspaper led by its chair,…

Duterte offers P10M bounty for Hapilon, P5M each for Maute brods

Inquirer 06/05/2017

President Rodrigo Duterte has placed a bounty of P10 million on Abu Sayyaf senior leader Isnilon Hapilon’s head, Armed Forces of the Philippines chief Gen. Eduardo Año announced on Monday. Hapilon is reportedly the designated “emir” of…

Masking the stink

Editorial 04/02/2017

Call it coincidence but President Rodrigo Duterte’s latest broadsides against the media, specifically the Philippine Daily Inquirer and ABS-CBN, came at a time when two lawmakers supposedly allied with him got mired in a very public squabble…

A look back at 2016

01/02/2017

It had been a great start for 2016, and the year was marked by numerous new model launches from both the premium segment and the mainstream brands of the auto industry. The introduction of new models and…

Velasquez-Seno appointed as CDN chief sales and marketing officer

12/31/2016

Renato R. Reinoso, Chief Operating Officer of the Philippine Daily Inquirer and Inquirer Publications, Inc. (IPI), announced the appointment of Pia Jean Velasquez-Seno as Assistant Vice President and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for Cebu Daily News…

Torregosa appointed as IPI chief corporate services officer

12/31/2016

Renato R. Reinoso, Chief Operating Officer of the Philippine Daily Inquirer and Inquirer Publications, Inc. (IPI), announced the appointment of Ma. Christine C. Torregosa as Vice President and Chief Corporate Services Officer of IPI effective January 1,…

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