Friday, January 24, 2020

2 OFWs who share a husband arrested in buy bust ops

2 OFWs who share a husband arrested in buy bust ops

Two female overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), who allegedly worked as couriers for a woman known as 'The Godmother', were arrested in an anti-illegal drugs operation in Bacoor, Cavite, according to a GMA News report. The police conducted a raid and found 635 grams of...

PH to start termination process of VFA

PH to start termination process of VFA

Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. on Friday said he has asked Defense Chief Delfin Lorenzana to start the termination process of the Philippines' Visiting Forces Agreement with the United States in retaliation for Washington's cancellation of former police chief...

1,000 Filipino nurses needed in the US

1,000 Filipino nurses needed in the US

A company offering immigration services said it has vacancies for 1,000 nurses in the United States for 2020. Front Fortich, chief operating officer of Fortich Permanent Immigration Services said there are important developments and bright prospects for Filipino...

House to tackle ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal in February

House to tackle ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal in February

The House of Representatives is set to deliberate the fate of ABS-CBN franchise renewal in February, barely a month before it expires. House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano said Thursday House Committee on Legislative Franchises headed by Palawan Rep. Franz Alvarez will...

PH gov sets 2 conditions before lifting deployment ban to Kuwait

PH gov sets 2 conditions before lifting deployment ban to Kuwait

The Philippines gave two conditions for lifting the deployment ban of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait, Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said Friday. In a press briefing, Bello said the first condition is to serve justice for Jeanelyn Villavende, the OFW...

Batangas LGU worries over cost of food for Taal evacuees

The provincial government of Batangas raised its concern over the cost of food and possible relocation for displaced residents amid Taal’s continued unrest. The provincial government was able to provide the needs of one million evacuees such as food, water, and...

China virus death toll climbs to 25, more than 800 infected

China's new coronavirus has now killed 25 people and has infected more than 800 individuals in China. The World Health Organization has declared it an emergency in China but refused to consider it as an epidemic of international concern. READ MORE: WHO says...

Saudi Arabia: No cases of novel coronavirus yet

Saudi Arabia’s Disease Prevention Center clarified Thursday there were no cases of novel coronavirus in the Kingdom so far. The statement came after India’s Minister of State for External Affairs reported an Indian nurse working at a hospital in Saudi Arabia tested...

135 passengers arrived in Boracay from Wuhan, China

Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) on Thursday said 135 passengers entered the Philippines from Chinese cental city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-Ncov). The passengers entered the country through Royal Air...

75 earthquakes recorded in Batangas

75 earthquakes recorded in Batangas

The Philippine Seismic Network has recorded 75 earthquakes as of 5 a.m. of January 13, 2020. Such intense seismic activity according to PHIVOLCS means that continues magmatic intrusion is present beneath the volcano’s edifice which may lead to further eruptions. At...

Nadine Lustre asks her fans to stop spreading rumors

Nadine Lustre pleaded to her fans not to add meanings on her post following her breakup with ex-boyfriend James Reid. The actress took to Instagram to ask her loyal fans to stop giving their own interpretations to her social media posts. “Can you all please, please...

ABS-CBN says sorry on Gerald Anderson’s Butuan scene

ABS-CBN has issued an apology after airing some scenes in the new TV series starring Gerald Anderson, "A Soldier's Heart", which may have offended Butuan residents. READ MORE: Gerald Anderson on Bea Alonzo breakup: It was overblown "ABS-CBN would like to apologize to...

Sharon Cuneta asks fans for prayers after accident

Megastar Sharon Cuneta had a worrisome accident before attending Odette Quesada’s concert last weekend. Cuneta revealed that she slipped in her bathroom and hit her head at the edge of a marble seat. “I screamed ‘Daddy!’ at salamat sa Diyos nasa room si Kiko at...

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Savor wild flavors, western ambiance at 49ers

The year 2020 brings up a new decade for everyone, and for some a new place to hang and enjoy good food as 49ers in Abu Dhabi has recently relocated at the Le Meridien at Tourist Club with an amazing new line up of food, a better ambiance and an enjoyable experience...

UAE residents suffer heart attacks 20 years before global average

A UAE-based healthcare provider is calling on the UAE’s medical industry to increase the adoption of the Rapid Response System (RRS) in cardiovascular diseases to bring down casualty rates. Prime Hospital, a leading healthcare provider in the UAE has to implement the...

Emirates adds plant-based options to its January menus for vegans

With the rising popularity of vegan meals amongst its customers, Emirates is celebrating Veganuary on board by including an additional plant-based option on its menus for the month of January. While vegan meals can be pre-booked on all flights and classes, this is the...

Messi lands Barcelona goal 1-0 against Granada at La Liga

Barcelona’s Lionel Messi proved that he is the team’s ‘unquestionable talisman’ after scoring the team’s only goal at the La Liga, beating Granada 1-0 at the match held at Camp Noi at Barcelona in Spain. Reports from Reuters state that the victory comes for the...

CSB sweeps volleyball games against Letran at NCAA Season 95

Season 95 of the NCAA witnessed a sweep victory across the men’s and women’s volleyball tournaments as De La Salle-College of St. Benilde (CSB) continues its victory run of three games of 25-20, 25-18, 25-15 against Colegio de San Juan de Letran for the women's...

NU continues UAAP winning streak, beats Adamson 94-79

UAAP Season 82 high school boys’ basketball tournament continues to see National University (NU)-Nazareth School in a winning streak, beating Adamson University 94-79 on its latest game last Sunday held San Juan’s FilOil Flying V Centre. This counts as the...

Osaka wins first match against Bouzkova at Australian Open

Naomi Osaka is off to a great start to defend her title at the Australian Open, beating Czech Republic’s Marie Bouzkova. Osaka claimed the victory as the Australian Open began on schedule despite the build-up hit by the haze from the Australian bushfires, as per...

Barangay Ginebra clinches PBA Governor’s Cup crown

The PBA Governor’s Cup title returns to Barangay Ginebra as they beat Meralco Bolts, 105-93, spearheaded by Japeth Aguilar who scored 25 points during the match that took place at the Mall of Asia Arena last January 17. This is Ginebra’s third Governor’s Cup title in...

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