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Albay PDRRMC orders evacuation as Mayon alert now at level 2

The Albay Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) ordered the evacuation of residents in areas surrounding the Mayon Volcano in order to avoid danger to lives and property posed by its increasing activity. This, as the Philippine Institute...

6 Miascor staff sacked, charged with theft at Clark Airport

Criminal charges of theft were filed at the Prosecutor's Office by the Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) against six employees of ground handler Miascor who were implicated in a baggage pilferage incident. Miascor, the ground handler under contract with...

DFA under fire for fully booked passport appointment slots

The Department of Foreign Affairs has come under heavy fire from Filipino netizens — including those working abroad — who want to get or renew their passports, for difficulties in securing appointment slots through the agency's online facilities. The DFA's Facebook...

Life after Skype

It has come to a point where Skype wouldn’t want to be regulated by the UAE government and couldn’t comply with the requirement. Hence, UAE took action DUBAI: Skype is that app bridging the great divide between Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the UAE and their...

Loud honkers on UAE roads to be fined with Dh2,000

A fine of Dh2,000 and 12 black points will be sanctioned to all motorists who will use their honks loudly and recklessly. The Abu Dhabi police relayed the amended traffic law that aims to lessen the noise pollution on the road. This could also prevent vehicular...

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