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Newlywed OFWs drown while on honeymoon in Maldives

An OFW couple having a honeymoon in Maldives died on Sunday, January 13, due to drowning, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) confirmed. According to DFA, the couple, who hailed from Laguna, was recently married and flew to Maldives on January 9 for their...

More dorm-type condos being built for yuppies, students

Following a move by Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) to open a dormitory-type property called The Flats at Amorsolo St., Makati City, more developers have been launching residential condo projects near colleges and universities designed for students and young urban...

SAVEX brings tons of savings to customers over the weekend

SAVEX, one of Dubai’s mega sale events that features many well-known brands, was welcomed with great joy by thousands of shoppers from Dubai and the UAE as it provided them with an opportunity to purchase top quality branded items at low prices. The event which took...

Triathlete siblings blazing trails

This is a story of two siblings who have one thing in common: triathlon, a sport that requires three level of disciplines swimming, cycling and running. Usually, ballgames require only one ball in order to play but in triathlon you must have two to finish the race....

Solyda dominates Mavericks, 61-55

The boys of Solyda got a good grip and did not let go from first to fourth frame to dominate the match against the Mavericks at the ongoing United OFW Basketball League (UOFWBL), where they maintained the lead to win, 61-55. But their glory was not without rough...

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7-yr-old child dies of suffocation after Sharjah flat catches fire

7-yr-old child dies of suffocation after Sharjah flat catches fire

A seven-year-old child died after he and his father got suffocated by heavy smoke that blanketed their flat in Qulaya area in Sharjah, December 11, during a fire accident. They were both rushed to the hospital but the child was declared dead. His father received...

Mga murang panregalo ngayong kapaskuhan

Mga murang panregalo ngayong kapaskuhan

DUBAI: The Christmas season for Filipinos nears its most festive celebrations! A few days more and all Filipinos, from the Philippines and all over the world, will be enjoying the most wonderful time of the year together with their families, friends, co-workers,...

Php4.2-billion China-funded bridge in Manila OK’d

Php4.2-billion China-funded bridge in Manila OK’d

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) announced on Tuesday, Dec. 4, that the construction of the Binondo-Intramuros Friendship Bridge will push through and promised to ensure that the China-funded bridge would not affect Manila’s heritage sites. In a...

Speed limit increased in parts of Abu Dhabi

Speed limit increased in parts of Abu Dhabi

Speed limit increase, now at 140kmph, has been implemented on Sunday, December 2, in several roads in Abu Dhabi. Authorities implemented the new speed limit following the results of various studies regarding causes of accidents in the UAE. Among the roads where the...

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