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Filipinos abroad may trade up to P50,000 in old bills

Filipinos abroad may trade up to P50,000 in old bills

MANILA: The maximum amount of old bills that Filipinos living and working abroad can trade ahead of the demonetization of the so-called New Design Series (NDS) has been raised up to P50,000, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has said. The Monetary Board, the BSP’s...

Warning: Your discarded gadgets still contain data

Warning: Your discarded gadgets still contain data

DUBAI: Discarded mobile phones, laptops and tablets often contain large amounts of private data, even when owners think that data has been properly erased, experts have warned. "Anything that bears data - even smart watches - contain data, and that has a value to you...

Two convicts face new charges of rape, assault

Two convicts face new charges of rape, assault

DUBAI: Two men have been accused of luring a Filipina jobseeker into their car and raping her before they allegedly assaulted and tasered her. Asian employee, SF, 32, and unemployed, MM, 30, who are already serving 10 years in jail for trying to rape a Filipina...

Timely wage payment decree applies from Monday

Timely wage payment decree applies from Monday

Abu Dhabi: The UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization will start implementing the newly launched wages protection decree on Monday, an official has said. The decree, launched by Saqr Ghobash, the Minister for Human Resources and Emiratization, ensures...

Report: Filipinos among Asia’s top travelers in 2015

Report: Filipinos among Asia’s top travelers in 2015

MANILA: The Philippines was one of the Asia-Pacific countries with the most international travelers in 2015, a latest study has pointed out. The report “Mapping the Future of Global Travel and Tourism in Asia Pacific” prepared by Visa Inc. listed the Philippines as...

Rain likely to hit parts of UAE on Oct 3

Rain likely to hit parts of UAE on Oct 3

Dubai: Rain may hit the eastern parts of the country, extending to the southwestern parts of Abu Dhabi on Monday, weather forecasters have said. “The country is experiencing a low pressure in the surface air and low pressure in the upper layer, causing cloud formation...

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Latest update on Waterfront Manila Pavilion fire

Latest update on Waterfront Manila Pavilion fire

The local authorities in the Philippines are still currently investigating the cause of fire that gutted the Waterfront Manila Pavilion Hotel & Casino along United Nations Ave., Manila, Sunday, at around 9:30 am. Initial reports as of 8:30 p.m. (Sunday) confirmed...

OFWs still safe amid ICC withdrawal

OFWs still safe amid ICC withdrawal

Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) are still protected despite Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC), lawmaker claims. ACTS OFW party-list representative John Bertiz said that the laws in the country are...

Another hazy day for UAE residents

Another hazy day for UAE residents

The National Center of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) posted on their Twitter account the weather forecasts for today, saying that residents should expect a drop in temperature and a hazy weather. pic.twitter.com/Ogt2oAQ8hI— المركز الوطني للأرصاد...

Sheikh Mohammed helps tourists stuck in desert

Sheikh Mohammed helps tourists stuck in desert

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, lent a hand to a group of European tourists whose car got stuck in the middle of the desert. As seen on the photos that went viral online, HH Sheikh...

OFW blames poverty for losing job in Jeddah

OFW blames poverty for losing job in Jeddah

An overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia blamed poverty for her inability to speak and understand English, which later caused her job. OFW Joan (not her real name) said she was sent home by her employer, only weeks into her job, for her lack of...

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