About Us


Alabang Bulletin is your 24/7 online news source for happenings in and around Las Pinas, Paranaque and Muntinlupa. This is where we gather all news happenings from different sources (websites, newspapers, television, radio, interviews, etc.) and present them to you.

Anything interesting your side of the town? Share them with us so we can uhm share them with everyone as well!

Our vision is to keep everyone informed about the going’s on in their respective areas because information is power.

Let us all be informed. We are at your service. Let us spread the word!

Something about the three cities:


Population:                           452,943 (as of August 2007)

What’s happening in Alabang Town Center? Is it already “No Smoking” in Alabang? Where’s a good resto in the area? Find out here.


Population:                           552,660 (as of August 2007)

Who won as mayor? What are his projects? Does BF Homes already have water? Where do I get that halo-halo?! They’re all here.

Las Pinas

Population:                           approximately 532,330

Why is it always traffic along Alabang-Zapote Road? How cool are those escalators on the overpasses (when they’re working)! Check out all happenings in the city here.


News is the communication of information on current events which is presented by print, broadcast, Internet, or word of mouth to a third party or mass audience.

pl.n. (used with a sing. verb)

    1. Information about recent events or happenings, especially as reported by newspapers, periodicals, radio, or television.
    2. A presentation of such information, as in a newspaper or on a newscast.
  1. New information of any kind: The requirement was news to him.
  2. Newsworthy material: “a public figure on a scale unimaginable in America; whatever he did was news” (James Atlas).

Who we are:

Dinjo Constantino is THE Alabang Bulletin-er.

He has been living in the “Dirty South” for all his 33 years of existence in this world. A graduate of Manresa School in BF Homes Paranaque, the De La Salle University Communication Arts graduate has been a writer for as long as he can remember. His writing stints include scriptwriting for various radio programs such as Hotline ng Masa, writing news articles for Village Voice and writing feature articles for a UNO.

His vision is for everyone to be informed. Because with information comes power.

“If you know what’s happening around you then you become one with your surroundings,” he quips.

Although he loves writing, he still needs your help.

Please feel free to share with everyone your news, complaints, projects, events, sales, etc. so all our readers can be informed.

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We are the conscience in the south. For public officials and ordinary citizens to always do what is good. If we see you mess up your job, be prepared to see it here in our site.