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OFW set to get married today dies in car crash

OFW set to get married today dies in car crash

A balikbayan overseas Filipino worker (OFW) from Hawaii who was set to get married today, June 28, was killed in a crash crash in Ilocos Norte on Wednesday, June 27. OFW Christian Philip Agravante was declared dead-on-arrival after their vehicle bound to Laoag City...

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Scalded OFW in Saudi arrives home

Scalded OFW in Saudi arrives home

The overseas Filipina worker (OFW) who was doused with boiling water in Saudi Arabia four years ago has arrived in the Philippines. The plane that took home domestic helper Pahima Alagasi arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1 on Friday, April...

Illegal transport to pay Dh3000, incur 24 black points

Illegal transport to pay Dh3000, incur 24 black points

Abu Dhabi Police on Wednesday, April 11, reminded the public motorists running illegal transport services will be fined Dh3,000. Brigadier Ibrahim Sultan Al Zaabi, the director of the transport security department, in the criminal security sector said drivers of...

BREAKING: Plane crash ‘kills 200 people’ in Algeria

BREAKING: Plane crash ‘kills 200 people’ in Algeria

A plane crash in Algeria has left over 200 people dead. Algerian authorities have yet to release an official statement. There are no reported survivors, as of press time. According to reports from local media, the military aircraft crashed at around 8 am local time....

Newly inked PH-China deals to provide 10,800 jobs for Pinoys

Newly inked PH-China deals to provide 10,800 jobs for Pinoys

President Rodrigo Duterte witnessed on Tuesday, April 10, the signing of $9.5 billion in investments with Chinese businessmen, a move foreseen to provide jobs to 10,800 FIlipinos. The investment agreements in the agriculture, tourism, real estate, infrastructure,...

4 types of passport appointment scams as per DFA

After the meeting of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Undersecretary Joel Montales on Tuesday, January 30, 2018, alerted the public about passport appointment scams involving fraudulent Facebook pages. Montales revealed the...

List of Dubai Metro violations and fines

The Road and Transport Authority released a list bearing the violations and its corresponding fines when riding the Dubai Metro. Here’s the list of offenses and fines that await offenders: MULTA: AED100 1.Pagdudulot ng abala o purwisyo, sa mga pasahero 2. Pagpasok sa...

World’s biggest commercial ship made in the Philippines

The world’s biggest commercial ship today that was made hand-in-hand by Filipino and South Korean workers has been unveiled in Subic Bay Freeport. Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction-Philippines Inc., a South Korean shipbuilding company, constructed the vessel...

Filipino lawyer in UAE explains sexual harassment

In an exclusive interview with The Filipino Times Online, Atty. Barney Almazar, director at the corporate-commercial department of Gulf Law, explained some aspects of sexual harassment in the workplace in the UAE. In recent reports, a 37-year-old Filipina in Dubai...

Mother of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa passes away

Her Highness Sheikha Hessa bint Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, mother of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, passed away today, January 28th. The Ministry of Presidential Affairs announced the statement this morning. The Ministry also declared...

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Pope Francis laments seafarers’ working condition

Pope Francis laments seafarers’ working condition

Due to the changing immigration regulations and ship policies, the Vatican has expressed its concern for a number of seafarers who are kept from going offshore when they dock on a foreign port. Pope Francis lamented the working conditions of seamen and fishermen...

Al Maya Group recognized at the Retail Middle East Awards

Al Maya Group recognized at the Retail Middle East Awards

Al Maya Group recently received an award from the Retail Middle East 2018 Awards as recognition of their continuous excellence in providing retail service in the UAE market. Al Maya Group Director Kamal Vachani received the award on behalf of the Al Maya Group and...

Will Duterte be barred from running next term?

Will Duterte be barred from running next term?

A member of the Consultative Committee, Julio Teehankee, revealed in his July 4 interview that under the draft for the federal constitution, President Rodrigo Duterte can run for a four-year term and one re-election. However, during the Congress bicameral committee...

VIRAL: Parents leave baby locked inside car

VIRAL: Parents leave baby locked inside car

A video of a baby locked inside a heavily tinted car by his Filipino parents has infuriated many netizens. As seen in a video posted on Facebook by Jasper Pascual on July 8, the young boy cries for help to get out as he knocks on the car windows. "[P]auwi na ako from...

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