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CMFR warns netizens against inaccurate posts online

MANILA: The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) has warned Filipinos against a vast number of websites of dubious reliability that are widely quoted and used as sources of information by individuals who assume that whatever appears on the net must be...

Study: PH likely to see increase in salaries in 2017

MANILA: The Philippines is likely to see 6.5 percent increase in salaries next year, a global solutions company Willis Towers Watson report has pointed out. The steady rise in salaries comes as companies in the Philippines are also focusing on incentivizing employees...

No touch! Are you too expressive?

Filipinos are usually a personable, expressive bunch, especially with their special someone. But is this allowed in the UAE? The Filipino Times looks into what the law says and what is not allowed DUBAI: Joey and Amanda (not their real names) thought they were being...

PH new tax reform program exempts many taxpayers from 2018

MANILA: Close to 4.7 million taxpayers in the Philippines who earn P250,000 or less per year will no longer have to pay the personal income tax starting 2018 under Package One of the comprehensive tax reform program submitted to the Congress, the country's Department...

Jump red signal in Dubai, get fine of Dh800

Colonel Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, director of the General Department of Traffic said that Jumping the red signal violations dropped in Dubai during the first eight month of the year and reached 14,236. After a heap of deaths recorded in the previous year, indictors...

Fil-Dutch DJ to perform in Dubai

DUBAI: Filipino-Dutch DJ Laidback Luke (LBL) will perform on December 31 at the beachside venue Barasti in Dubai. LBL is known for remixes of songs by Carl Cox, Daft Punk, Nicki Minaj and more, reported Gulf News. He also runs a weekly vlog titled The Real World: DJ...

Miss U organization boss wants pageant in PH

MANILA: Miss Universe 2015 Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, who is in the Philippines since last week to celebrate her 27th birthday with her friends and loved ones, has given an update on the upcoming Miss Universe 2016 pageant through her most recent Facebook Live video. Last...

Young Filipino doctor among SEA ‘120 Under 40’

Washington: A Pinoy physician's name has been included in the first Southeast Asian “120 Under 40” list. Marvin Masalunga, 27, who was in the United States for a series of training and orientation on reproductive health, is one of the recipients of the 120 Under 40...

Five Filipino Haj pilgrims die in Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH: Five Filipinos have died in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, during the Haj pilgrimage last month, the Philippine Consulate has revealed.The five elderly pilgrims—four male and one female—died before and during Haj, GMA News quoted Consul General Imelda Panolong as...

Undocumented Filipinos in Qatar avail amnesty program

DOHA: The number of Filipino expatriates availing the Qatar's Ministry of Interior’s (MoI) three-month amnesty for illegal residents has increased from 41 to 61, an official of the Philippine embassy in Doha has said. Some 20 new cases have been added to their list...

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