An 18-year-old survivor of Super Typhoon Yolanda will study Physics on scholarship at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to help Filipinos prepare for powerful cyclones. Hillary Diane Andales said she wants to be a research scientist,...
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DUBAI: Overseas Filipino workers (OFW) sent home the third biggest remittances among other expatriates working in the UAE last year. Filipino workers in the UAE sent Dh3.2 billion or around 7.9 percent of the entire remittances from the emirates. This is the third...
Photo: Noting the nurses’ valuable contribution to the Philippine economy by way of regular remittances, Wall Street Exchange, one of the oldest and most trusted remittance and exchange centres in the UAE, has sponsored the Angel Awards, DUBAI: Approximately six of...
A salt vendor from Bohol earned praise on Facebook for coming up with the eco-friendly packaging. Instead of using plastic, Ceferina Montano, a salt vendor at Catigbian Public Market, wrapped her salt in banana leaves. Netizen Danila Cuadra posted a photo of...
Newly crowned Miss Universe Philippines Gazini Ganados removed her makeup in reaction to her detractors. In ABS-CBN talk show Tonight With Boy Abunda, Ganados also talked about her “weakness” in public speaking. “I appreciate the criticism because I know there’s so...
What could have been a happy family outing ended up in tragedy after a man drowned in a dare to hold their breath underwater. The police identified the victim as Vincent Patalinghug, 27. The incident happened in a private beach in Sibonga, Cebu during the feast day...
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