Philippine Newspapers Online

List of Philippines newspapers for latest news and information on sports, jobs, education, events, tourism, lifestyles, travel, weather report, and business.

National newspapers in Philippines

  • Go to Philippine Daily Inquirer

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    One of the most widely circulated daily newspapers in the Philippines, headquarters in Makati City, Metro Manila.
    (Kindle Edition).

  • Go to Philippine Star

    Philippine Star

    Leading daily English-language newspaper published in Philippines. The newspaper published by PhilSTAR Daily, Inc.

  • Go to Manila Bulletin (MB)

    Manila Bulletin (MB)

    Philippines' one of the best-selling newspapers. The newspaper owned by the Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation.

  • Go to Manila Standard Today (MST)

    Manila Standard Today (MST)

    Philippines leading broadsheet newspaper owned by the Kamahalan Publishing Corporation.

  • Go to Manila Times

    Manila Times

    Founded in 1898, Manila Times is the oldest English-language newspaper in the Philippines still in publication.

  • Go to Malaya


    Daily newspaper published by People's Independent Media Inc.

  • Go to Tribune


    Philippines daily English-language broadsheet newspaper. The newspaper owned by The Tribune Publishing Company, Inc.

  • Go to Business Mirror

    Business Mirror

    Business daily (excluding weekends) based in Makati City, Metro Manila.

  • Go to BusinessWorld


    Philippines' oldest business newspaper headquarters in Quezon City, Metro Manila.

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Regional newspapers in Philippines

National capital region newspapers

  • Abante Tonite

    Daily newspaper published by The Monica Publishing Corp.

  • Inquirer Libre

    Bilingual (Filipino and English) newspaper distributed free of charge.

  • Journal Online

    English language daily newspaper published by the Philippine Journalists Incorporated.

  • Sun Star

    Community news source for Bacolod, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Manila, Pampanga, Pangasinan, Tacloban, and Zamboanga.

  • Tempo

Cordillera administrative region newspapers

Ilocos region newspapers

Central Luzon newspapers

Mimaropa newspapers

Bicol newspapers

Western Visayas newspapers

Central Visayas newspapers

Eastern Visayas newspapers

Zamboanga Peninsula newspapers

Northern Mindanao newspapers

Davao newspapers

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Filipino-language newspapers

  • Abante

    Filipino-language newspaper owned by the Monica Publishing Corp.

Chinese-language newspapers in Philippines

Japanese-language newspapers in Philippines

Overseas Filipino community newspapers

Filipino news sites

Philippines news agencies

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