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Chikungunya outbreak hits Cavite

MANILA: The Cavite Provincial Health Office has declared an outbreak of Chikungunya in the town of Indang after 470 suspected cases were reported since January this year. A team will be dispatched to Indang to verify and evaluate how bad the reported Chikungunya...

Sharjah International Airport now offers free Wi-Fi

Sharjah:  Sharjah International Airport will be offering free access to high-speed internet connectivity, with the convenience of staying connected online for 30 minutes, and other options of different paid packages from Etisalat. The facility was the follow up of an...

Saudi official: Non-payment of salary a crime

JEDDAH: Some companies in Saudi Arabia have failed to pay salaries of their employees, which is totally unjust, a stark violation of their rights and an act that harms the reputation of the Kingdom, an official has said. “Such practices must be stopped,” Arab News...

PH telecoms may face probe over high mobile data charges

MANILA: Two Philippine lawmakers have called on members of the House Committee on Information and Communications Technology to probe high mobile charges on Internet use imposed by several network providers in the country. In House Resolution 400, they were quoted  as...

Saudi govt to help affected OFWs find new jobs

MANILA: Saudi Arabia will assist Filipinos who have recently turned unemployed in their country find new jobs, the Gulf country’s ambassador Dr. Abdullah N.A. Al Bussairy has said. Finding displaced overseas Filipino workers  (OFWs) find new employment will be on top...

Former OFW now specializes in producing bicolor corn

Jorge “George” Edrada, 44, worked for a construction company in Saudia Arabia for four years, but had to return to the Philippines after his contract ended, hence becoming a full-time farmer. He has now realized that farming, after all, can provide a better income...

KSA govt mulls over tolls on new private roads

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia is planning to impose tolls on new roads to be built by the private sector in the future, but will not be charging tolls for use of existing roads, local media reports. Fees will not be charged on existing roads, Arab News quoted the Ministry of...

Commercial fraud in Saudi may send offenders to jail

RIYADH: The Saudi Ministry of Commerce and Investment (MCI) has warned that commercial frauds would lead to a SR5,000 (PhP64,315) fine and two years in jail. The warning came in light of the arrest of traders who were selling old car tires as new in several parts of...

ADEC advises schools to immediately report child abuses

Abu Dhabi: Staff in Abu Dhabi schools have been advised to be very vigilant regarding child safety, and report even cases in which they suspect any abuse has occurred or neglect has taken place, a senior education official has revealed. In addition to reporting the...

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