Wednesday, November 22, 2017

2 POEA execs relieved as top-to-bottom revamp continues

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) has relieved two officials pending investigation of their alleged involvement in illegal recruitment activities. Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) officer-in-charge Undersecretary Dominador Say said the...
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SSS eyes to provide members who lose jobs with financial aid

Social Security System revealed that a new law aimed to provide its members who lose their jobs with financial aid is being crafted. The head of the pension fund said Tuesday that those who are “involuntarily” separated from work may get up to 80 percent of their...
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9 Aquino cabinet men charged over MRT-3 maintenance deal

Several cabinet members during former president Benigno S. Aquino III's administration face plunder charges filed by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) on Tuesday before the Office of the Ombudsman in connection with the alleged anomalous contract for the...
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The winning game plan of Dubai-based OFW couple to come home for good

There are myriad reasons why Filipinos move to the UAE, specifically in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Some followed their spouses or loved one who had already established a career here. Others felt it was a great place to start a new life. This includes our compatriots who had...
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Duterte vows to end telecom duopoly in PH

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. announced on Monday, November 20, that the dominance of two major players in the local telecommunications industry is about to end. “During the bilateral talks between President Duterte and the Chinese Premier, President...
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2 POEA execs relieved as top-to-bottom revamp continues

2 POEA execs relieved as top-to-bottom revamp continues

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) has relieved two officials pending investigation of their alleged involvement in illegal recruitment activities. Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) officer-in-charge Undersecretary Dominador Say said the...

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2 POEA execs relieved as top-to-bottom revamp continues

2 POEA execs relieved as top-to-bottom revamp continues

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) has relieved two officials pending investigation of their alleged involvement in illegal recruitment activities. Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) officer-in-charge Undersecretary Dominador Say said the...

SSS eyes to provide members who lose jobs with financial aid

SSS eyes to provide members who lose jobs with financial aid

Social Security System revealed that a new law aimed to provide its members who lose their jobs with financial aid is being crafted. The head of the pension fund said Tuesday that those who are “involuntarily” separated from work may get up to 80 percent of their...

9 Aquino cabinet men charged over MRT-3 maintenance deal

9 Aquino cabinet men charged over MRT-3 maintenance deal

Several cabinet members during former president Benigno S. Aquino III's administration face plunder charges filed by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) on Tuesday before the Office of the Ombudsman in connection with the alleged anomalous contract for the...

The winning game plan of Dubai-based OFW couple to come home for good

The winning game plan of Dubai-based OFW couple to come home for good

There are myriad reasons why Filipinos move to the UAE, specifically in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Some followed their spouses or loved one who had already established a career here. Others felt it was a great place to start a new life. This includes our compatriots who had...

Duterte vows to end telecom duopoly in PH

Duterte vows to end telecom duopoly in PH

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. announced on Monday, November 20, that the dominance of two major players in the local telecommunications industry is about to end. “During the bilateral talks between President Duterte and the Chinese Premier, President...

‘Tolerance Bridge’ opens at Dubai Water Canal

‘Tolerance Bridge’ opens at Dubai Water Canal

His Highness Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance, has unveiled a new signage on the pedestrian bridge will now be called ‘Tolerance Bridge’ at Dubai Water Canal. The Tolerance Bridge marked the International Day for Tolerance, which falls on...

Rachel Peters bikini body at Miss Universe preliminaries

Philippine’s bet Rachel Peters showed off her bikini body during the preliminaries of the 66th Miss Universe on Tuesday and her supporters can’t get over online. In her Instagram account, the beauty queen thanked the Filipinos from all over the world for their...

Isabel’s mother tears up for actress’ Walk of Fame

Mommy Guapa Castro-Granada, the mother of actress Isabel Granada, who recently succumbed to brain aneurysm, burts into tears as she unveiled the actress’ star at the Walk of Fame Philippines in Eastwood City on Tuesday. "Sobrang saya kasi sa karangalan na binigay,...

3 weather systems affect PH

Three weather systems would bring rainshowers in most parts of the country Wednesday, state weather agency Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said. The tail-end of a cold front is affecting the eastern section of...

2 POEA execs relieved as top-to-bottom revamp continues

2 POEA execs relieved as top-to-bottom revamp continues

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) has relieved two officials pending investigation of their alleged involvement in illegal recruitment activities. Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) officer-in-charge Undersecretary Dominador Say said the...

SSS eyes to provide members who lose jobs with financial aid

SSS eyes to provide members who lose jobs with financial aid

Social Security System revealed that a new law aimed to provide its members who lose their jobs with financial aid is being crafted. The head of the pension fund said Tuesday that those who are “involuntarily” separated from work may get up to 80 percent of their...

9 Aquino cabinet men charged over MRT-3 maintenance deal

9 Aquino cabinet men charged over MRT-3 maintenance deal

Several cabinet members during former president Benigno S. Aquino III's administration face plunder charges filed by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) on Tuesday before the Office of the Ombudsman in connection with the alleged anomalous contract for the...

The winning game plan of Dubai-based OFW couple to come home for good

The winning game plan of Dubai-based OFW couple to come home for good

There are myriad reasons why Filipinos move to the UAE, specifically in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Some followed their spouses or loved one who had already established a career here. Others felt it was a great place to start a new life. This includes our compatriots who had...

Duterte vows to end telecom duopoly in PH

Duterte vows to end telecom duopoly in PH

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. announced on Monday, November 20, that the dominance of two major players in the local telecommunications industry is about to end. “During the bilateral talks between President Duterte and the Chinese Premier, President...

TAGFEST RETURNS IN 2018!

Following on from the hugely successful 2017 edition with Gloc-9, Ebe Dancel, Marion Aunor, Sandwich and Parokya Ni Edgar, the festival returns with an amazing line-up headlining by the legendary Kamikazee as part of their TAGPUAN 2018 tour. “We are happy to present...

Welcome to the new Max’s of the future

DUBAI: Don’t be surprised if you happen to pass by a Max’s Restaurant and find it looking a little different. It’s still the homegrown brand you’ve loved all these years. It’s just making a little make-over to cater the taste of the younger generation of Filipinos. By...

Top reasons why expats move to the UAE

The number of expats in the overall population of the emirates has been rising and is underpinned by all that the country offers, from a unique lifestyle experience in a multicultural environment, tax-free salaries, and the sunshine. There are myriad reasons why...

Abu Dhabi newly-weds vow to live and love

"To have and to hold; For richer and for poorer; In sickness and in health; Till death do us part.” These were the words uttered by newly-weds on their wedding day on November 2, at the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi. Vice Consul Von Ryan Pangwi officiated the...

Bo Sanchez: Things that can destroy Filipino families

Spouses marrying another partner, unmonitored children neglecting their studies, frequent arguments over money – these are just some of the many burdens of overseas Filipino workers face today. In an episode of “Fulltank”, lay preacher Bo Sanchez discusses a major...

Top 5 things not to say during a job interview

These days employers might be sneakier in how you tell your story. That’s why your success in getting hired would solely depend on you and you alone. If you think the resume is the heartbeat of a successful job interview, ponder on it again, and add some of our few...

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2017’s highest-paid woman in music revealed

Forbes has revealed this year's highest-paid woman in the music industry, pulling in a whopping $105 million pretax. This American superstar has edged out Britain’s Adele and pop star Taylor Swift. With her hit album “Lemonade” and world tour, Beyonce has been named...

Arjo Atayde speaks up about his half-sister

Arjo Atayde finally opened about his half-sister after his mother, veteran actress Sylvia Sanchez, revealed that he is not her eldest child. The actor told PEP that her sister "chose to be with her dad". He added that: “No matter what problem comes in, at the end of...

LOOK: Rachel Peters’ golden national costume

Miss Universe Philippines Rachel Peters has finally revealed on Instagram her national costume for the prestigious pageant, donning a Sarimanok-inspired ensemble. Her initial post drew positive comments about her national costume, which was described as a symbol of...

People names Blake Shelton “sexiest man alive”

Country singer Blake Shelton is named this year's "sexiest man alive" by People Magazine announced Tuesday. The artist and “The Voice” coach is not your typical sexy man with a hunky body like household names David Beckham, Harrison Ford, Chris Hemsworth and Adam...

Mariah Carey accused of sexual harassment

Mariah Carey is the latest to face a charge of sexual harassment. The Vision of Love singer’s bodyguard has threatened to sue her for humiliation and sexual harassment, reported Philstar. Mariah reportedly called Michael Anello to her room to move some luggage when...

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