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Emirates announces special fares to Manila, Cebu, other destinations

Emirates announces special fares to Manila, Cebu, other destinations

Emirates airlines on Monday, July 16, kicked off special fare offers to passengers who wish to travel to Manila, Cebu, and other top destinations in the world. Passengers can avail of roundtrip economy seat tickets from Dubai to Manila as low as Dh2,065 while...

PCG attends to Pinoy jobhunter hospitalized while on visit visa

PCG attends to Pinoy jobhunter hospitalized while on visit visa

Dubai – The Philippine Consulate General (PCG) is currently working on the repatriation of a jobless Filipino who recently arrived in Dubai on a visit visa to look for a job but ended incurring Dh150,000 in hospital bills following treatment for life-threatening...

Cebu Pacific and UNICEF renew Change for Good partnership

Cebu Pacific and UNICEF renew Change for Good partnership

Cebu Pacific (PSE:CEB), the Philippines' leading airline, and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) renewed their partnership for the Change for Good program. CEB is the first airline partner of UNICEF for Change for Good in Southeast Asia and the only partner...

Cebu Pacific issues guidelines for hand-carry baggage

Cebu Pacific issues guidelines for hand-carry baggage

Beginning July 19, 2018, Cebu Pacific will strictly enforce our policy on hand-carry baggage acceptance. This is in line with our continued efforts to streamline operations and provide a more efficient check-in experience at the airport. Passengers are allowed one...

UAE OFWs react to lifting of visa fee for children under 18

UAE OFWs react to lifting of visa fee for children under 18

Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the UAE welcomed the lifting of visa fees for children under 18 years old during the summer season. In an effort to promote family tourism, the UAE Cabinet announced that visa fee will be waived for children under 18 from July 15 to...

Family of illegal recruiters nabbed in Manila

The Manila Police District’s intelligence operations unit arrested a man and his family after discovering they were harboring 41 women during a raid in Sta. Cruz, Manila. The 41 women, some of them minors, were recruited from Mindanao and were offered to work as...

Duterte urges Pacquiao to retire from boxing

President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday, July 15, expressed his hopes that Manny Pacquiao’s bout against Lucas Matthysse would be his final match. Duterte advised the People’s Champ to retire from boxing and begin taking care of his body after years of doing the physical...

UAE waives visa fee for children under 18 years old

In an effort to promote family tourism, the United Arab Emirates cabinet announced that visa fee will be waived for children under 18 from July 15 to September 15 of each year. The Cabinet’s decision aims to reduce the cost on visitors during the summer season and is...

Look: First female notaries in Saudi Arabia

One month after granting women the right to drive, Saudi Arabia Ministry of Justice approved 12 women to become notaries, a first in the country’s history. The verification license allows women to perform legal tasks such as issue and cancel powers of attorney, as...

Filipina in Dubai risks family passports for survival

When a Filipina single-mother used her passport to secure a credit loan, she had no idea it would lead her family down the road of unlawful stay in Dubai. “Michelle” as reported by Khaleej Times used to own a travel and ticketing agency but after going bankrupt, she...

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UAE weather bureau warns of fake heatwave warning alert

UAE weather bureau warns of fake heatwave warning alert

The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) has issued a warning on fake weather alerts circulating on WhatsApp. The said fake message says that the UAE will experience a “heatwave” as temperature in some parts of the country crosses 47°C and 50°C. Although residents may...

Man faces trial after filming compatriot naked in Dubai flat

Man faces trial after filming compatriot naked in Dubai flat

A Dubai court heard on Monday the case of a 38-year-old Filipino administrator who was accused of breaching the privacy of his flatmate by secretly filming her naked. The complainant, a 24-year-old Filipina, said that she was informed by a friend that the suspect had...

Highest temperature in UAE reaches 49.1°C

Highest temperature in UAE reaches 49.1°C

The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) announced on Twitter that weather across the UAE today, July 10, is expected to be hot in general and hazy at times. Yesterday, the hottest temperature in the country was recorded at 49.1°C in Um Azimul. The weather bureau said...

WATCH: Attempt to smuggle Dh11 M worth of luxury cars botched

WATCH: Attempt to smuggle Dh11 M worth of luxury cars botched

Thirteen foreigners were netted by the Dubai Police for attempting to smuggle a string of 46 luxury cars worth Dh11 million out of the country. Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, said the suspects used visit visas to enter the...

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