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Airport staff warned: ‘Don’t open luggage of OFWs, tourists’

Airport personnel should refrain from opening the bags and luggage of returning overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and tourists in the country. Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade reiterated this, following an incident involving a Korean couple...

DOLE pushing for OFWs’ access to passport, phones in MOU with Kuwait

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) wants overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Kuwait to be allowed to keep their passports and have regular access to their mobile devices. Labor Undersecretary Claro Arellano said these provisions are included in the proposed...

IKEA ‘nap truck’ starts rolling around the UAE today

Sleepy residents and expats in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) can now squeeze in a 20-minute power nap in the newly-launched mobile bedroom provided by truck as it rolls around Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Al Ain everyday starting Thursday, February 22 until March 6, 2018....

Filipino fencers to compete in major tourney in Dubai

The country’s top young fencing athletes are set to compete at the Asian Junior and Cadet Championships at the Hamdan Sports Complex in Dubai from February 24 to March 4. The Philippine Fencing Team, scheduled to leave the country on Thursday, will be led by 2017...

Duterte vows to end telecom duopoly in PH

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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 Duterte offered to the People’s Republic of China the privilege to operate the third telecom’s carrier in the country,” the Spokesperson said during a Malacanang press briefing.

Roque added that PRRD is serious about the entry of the third telecommunications carrier as he gave instructions that all applications be filed and acted upon directly by the Office of the Executive Secretary.

This came after the Philippine government officially sealed a deal with a Facebook affiliate to build the Luzon Bypass Infrastructure project.

“Consumers can look forward now to better telecommunications, not just in terms of cellular technology, but also in terms of internet speed as well as access,” the Presidential Spokesperson underscored.

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Top reasons why Pinoys prefer to work in the UAE

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DUBAI: There are, by various official estimates, approximately a million Pinoys in the United Arab Emirates. The number includes overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), their relatives and the undocumented ones living off part-time jobs. Indeed, as Eat Bulaga would have it,...

Filipino turns Dubai into a huge canvass for his sand-and-rake art

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P14=Dh1 rate ‘will stay for the next 2 months’

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50% discount on traffic fines to end soon

50% discount on traffic fines to end soon

Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) Police urged the motorists to avail of the 50% discount on traffic fines before the 90-day grace period ends on February 28, 2018. Sharjah Police reminded traffic violators via Twitter that the offer will not be extended. Meanwhile,...

SAVE PHP53,750 WITH THIS EASY STEPS!

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Joey de Leon’s joke on TV contestant receives flak

A joke of veteran TV host-comedian Joey de Leon’s to a contestant’s former job of being a prostitute receives major flak from netizens. During an interview in one of Eat Bulaga’s segments, TV contestant Mary Jane revealed that she was a former prostitute in Pasay...

IKEA ‘nap truck’ starts rolling around the UAE today

Sleepy residents and expats in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) can now squeeze in a 20-minute power nap in the newly-launched mobile bedroom provided by truck as it rolls around Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Al Ain everyday starting Thursday, February 22 until March 6, 2018....

Filipino fencers to compete in major tourney in Dubai

The country’s top young fencing athletes are set to compete at the Asian Junior and Cadet Championships at the Hamdan Sports Complex in Dubai from February 24 to March 4. The Philippine Fencing Team, scheduled to leave the country on Thursday, will be led by 2017...

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