DUBAI: Working as executive assistant to a CFO, you’d imagine her to be prim and proper at day. But all that changes when the sun goes down. Meet Imah (pronounced: ee-mah) Dumagay, the lass from Cotobato, who has lately been keeping Dubai up at nights laughing out...
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Nurses in Dubai recently conducted a caregiver training session to distressed overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) under the care of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO), an office headed by Labor Attaché Fely Bay. The training is being held every other month. This...
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) has announced that Metro Manila residents may soon avail the services of the country's third telco player, Mindanao Islamic Telephone Company Inc. (Mislatel). The DICT is set to award Mislatel's...
A man from Bangladesh, more popularly known as “Tree Man,” because of tree- or bark-like growth on his hands and feet wants to cut off his hands to relieve him from unbearable pain. Abul Bajandar had 25 operations since 2016 to remove the growth on his hands and feet...
The design for the second runway of the Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA) is now underway. According to Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIAA) General Manager Steve Dicdican, Phil. JAC Inc., an aviation and airport engineering consultancy firm is currently...
From overcoming his drug addiction, newly registered nurse Ryan Villareal says he is now pursuing his dream to become a doctor. A Naga City, Cebu native, Villareal passed the Nursing Licensure Exams this year. But his journey was not an easy one because he suffered...
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