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Journalism Internship: FINAL LOG “Without fear or favor”

October 18, 2009

…the challenge of being a credible journalist is if you can stand up “without fear or favor” in upholding the truth.

Journalism Internship: LOG 3

October 18, 2009

Maanne Ilagan Lopez DAILY TRIBUNE Log 3 Oct 3 to 11 This is very opposite… Sigh… Last summer I enjoyed and learned a lot in my broadcast internship since I was able to work on both TV network and radio station. But now, I’m not satisfied with my journalism internship, considering that I am more […]

Brgy. Chairman shoots drunk man

October 18, 2009

Daily Tribune October 12, 2008 Maanne Lopez Beat: Manila (MPD) Unpublished Brgy. Chairman shoots drunk man The Manila Police District (MPD) is now in search of a barangay chairman who shot his 24-year-old constituent Friday evening at Tondo, Manila. PO2 Ronald Carlos of MPD-General Assignment Section identified the victim as Edmund dela Vega, who is […]

Skeleton found in DoT

October 18, 2009

Daily Tribune October 12, 2008 Maanne Lopez Beat: Manila (MPD) Unpublished Skeleton found in DoT A skeleton was found at the compound of the Department of Tourism (DoT) on Friday afternoon. Detective Crispin Ocampo of Manila Police District-Homicide Section said construction workers identified as Angelito Teves and Berth Picasio discovered the skeleton around 3 p.m. […]

Teenager nabbed possessing illegal fire arm

October 18, 2009

Daily Tribune October 1, 2008 Maanne Lopez Beat: Manila (MPD) Unpublished Teenager nabbed possessing illegal fire arm A drunken 17-year-old boy ended up in jail yesterday for illegal possession of fire arms and attempted robbery. Police Supt. Nelson Teodor Yabot, said that PO2 Angelito Gamboa David of DTOC Manila Police District arrested the suspect at […]

Seaman falls for pickpocket gang

October 18, 2009

Daily Tribune October 1, 2008 Maanne Lopez Beat: Manila (MPD) Unpublished Seaman falls for pickpocket gang A seaman lost P12,000 from a Laglag Barya gang while boarding a jeepney at Ermita, Manila early yesterday. SPO4 Cenon Parungao of Police Station 5 identified the victim as Jaime Arroyo, 52, temporarily residing at Gwapotel, Port Area, Manila, […]

Cop arrested over attempted robbery

October 18, 2009

Daily Tribune Maanne Lopez Oct. 9, 2008 Beat: Manila (MPD) Unpublished Cop arrested over attempted robbery A police officer landed in jail and is about to be charged with attempted robbery after the incident early yesterday along Pagcor, Malate, Manila. The suspect identified himself as PO2 Abraham Mamicao, 30, of Malate Police Station 9, a […]

October 18, 2009

Daily Tribune October 8, 2008 Maanne Lopez Beat: Manila (MPD) Unpublished A Pagcor internal security guard at Casino Pavilion died while undergoing medical treatment at the Manila Doctors Hospital on Monday after being attacked on Sunday. Pagcor employee Felix Nabo Jr. identified the victim as Ruperto Pabilada Jr., 28, when he personally reported the incident […]

Woman drowned at Pasig River

October 18, 2009

Daily Tribune October 8, 2008 Maanne Lopez Beat: Manila (MPD) Unpublished Woman drowned at Pasig River A body of a 44-year-old woman was found floating at Pasig River yesterday along Binondo, Manila. The National Bureau of Investigation identified the victim as Emma Gayo de Adin, a resident of Pasay City. Officials found NBI clearance registered […]

Journalism Internship: LOG 2 “A Question of Ethics”

October 18, 2009

The media had been digging through the corruption of the politicians, the police, of other people… It’s as if they are so clean. But in reality, they are also blinded with money…

I’m trying to convince myself that not all of them are “dirty.” I don’t want to lose my respect to journalists in general…

…No money or any form of bribery can go beyond the feeling of hearing someone you look up to being proud of you for doing the right thing.