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Mayor dismissed over Boracay’s decay

Ombudsman has ordered the dismissal of the Aklan mayor in charge of Boracay Island after finding him guilty with charges that led to the environment issues besetting the country’s prime tourist destination. The country’s graft body found Malay Mayor Ciceron Cawaling...

Another Filipino wounded in Tripoli

Another Filipino worker was wounded in Libya after a mortar round fell in their compound near the Tripoli International Airport. The wounded Filipino was not identified but was only described as a worker of an oil and gas services provider in Qasr bin Ghashir, some 20...

Gorillas pose for a ‘selfie’ with park ranger

Congo-- A park ranger in the Democratic Republic of Congo has captured a perfect photo of two gorillas mimicking human poses. In a viral facebook post, Matthulie Shamavu posted the pictures of the two gorillas with a caption "another day at the office." The post has...

PH peso falls to Php52.20 vs the dollar

The Philippine peso returned to the Php52 level on Monday and further weakened today as US dollar rallied across Asia. Peso fell to P52.2 versus the greenback, weaker from P52.04 level last Monday. Peso trading was suspended by Bangko Sentral on Tuesday due to...

Meet the dogs that helped saved lives at Porac

Three dogs, belonging to the K9 Unit of the Metro Manila Development Authority, are making the rounds at Facebook newsfeeds before adoring fans – and for one noble reason: they helped save lives at the height of search and rescue operations at Chuzon supermarket in...

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30 undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos intercepted at NAIA

30 undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos intercepted at NAIA

Thirty undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos were not allowed by Immigration officials at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport to leave the country on Friday, March 29. The Bureau of Immigration (BI) said the workers, 18 women and 12 men, claimed that they would only...

POLO to stop issuing OECs to certain OFWs starting April 1

POLO to stop issuing OECs to certain OFWs starting April 1

DUBAI: Starting April 1 this year, all overseas Filipinos workers (OFWs), who arrived in the UAE on visit visas and are going home on a break for the first time since getting a job, will have to get their Overseas Employment Certificates (OEC) from the Philippine...

DOTr set to publish bidding guidelines for Bulacan airport project

DOTr set to publish bidding guidelines for Bulacan airport project

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is eyeing to publish in April the guidelines for a Swiss challenge for the proposed Bulacan airport. A Swiss challenge is a type of bidding process required for unsolicited project proposals. DOTr Undersecretary for Aviation...

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