Magnus Eventus hosted its first mega job fair for 2018 last January 17-18 at the Trinoma Mall in Quezon City, which saw the participation of over 30 hiring companies and over 2,000 job seekers.


With theme Magnus Job Fair: Oh, start the year right, year  6, Quezon City advocates for change led the ribbon cutting spearheaded by Council Anthony “Onyx” Crisologo, QC Public Employment Service Office Manager Carlo Magno Abella and QCPD Supt. Rolando Genaro Ylagan.


The event became successful because of the undying support of the exhibitors, event partners and the applicants who continuously put their confidence in Magnus Eventus Inc. The team also promised to better themselves every time they put up an event.

An MOA was signed between Magnus Eventus Inc’s CEO Christine De Guzman and OpinYon Marketing Manager Nez Aguilar to ensure a good partnership that would feature all of Magnus EventusIncs events in Opinyon’s growing list of publication.


Another Magnus EventusInc event is happening on February 6 and 7 at the Mega Trade Hall of SM Megamall from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is dubbed as  Magnus Job Fair: Job is in the air 2018.

Read more: Magnus job fair in January had 30 hiring firms participating

Malls urged to put up apps locating vacant parking spaces


By Rose de la Cruz



Crowd-drawing malls, schools and churches have been urged to have downloadable mobile apps for locating vacant parking spaces on their premises, to reduce time wasted looking for parking slots, ease traffic congestion near such facilities and to notify parking security of suspicious situations and medical emergencies.


The suggestion was raised by Rep. Bernadette Herrera-Dy, as member of the House Committee on Metro Manila Development and chair of the House committee on public information, as she also asked the Philippine National Police and the mall operators to maximize the malls’ transport terminals…

Read more: Malls urged to put up apps locating vacant parking spaces

The chairman of the House Committee on Public Information reminded her colleagues to make sure that the recent fatal hazing incident at the University of Santo Tomas will be top of their minds in their legislative work.
In  a statement Bernadette Herrera-Dy said as chair of the House Committee on Public Information, I am concerned that with the emergence of new hot news and issues, the hazing death of Horacio "Atio" Castillo, III will be forgotten or buried as a painful memory.

Vigilance must be sustained, she said, adding that the death of Atio ought to be the last hazing death.…


Legislator asks Grab to enjoin passengers in fund-raising


Rep. Salvador B. Belaro Jr., 1Ang Edukasyon Partylist, lauded Gran Philippines for putting up a P100,000 bounty for the arrest of the killers of its model driver, Gerardo “Junjie” Maquidato Jr., who was fatally shot October 27 and his vehicle stolen by a man who posed as passenger.


Belaro also asked Grab to enjoin its passengers in a fund-raising for the slain driver’s family, who will have to henceforth live without a breadwinner.


“Grab can take that move one step further. They can, and I think they should, let Grab passengers help increase that bounty. Frequent…

Read more: Legislator asks Grab to enjoin passengers in fund-raising

To Deter Crime, For Safety Monitoring: Now Come Affordable CCTVs, GPS For PUVs

By Rose De La Cruz

TO PREVENT crime in public utility vehicles, Aasenso Partylist Rep. Teodoro Montoro has filed a bill requiring drivers and their operators to install affordable security gadgets like closed circuit television and global positioning systems in their vehicles.

Montoro’s House Bill 6112, otherwise known as Public Utility Vehicle Monitoring Act, to compel the installation of safety monitoring devices on PUVs and providing penalties for violations.

The lawmaker sees the proposal as a means to deter violence and help in gathering the needed information to help prosecute the perpetrators of crimes.


DOTr Help

Montoro urged the…

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