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LOOK: Twin brothers become topnotchers on licensure exams

LOOK: Twin brothers become topnotchers on licensure exams

It's a twin victory for the Delos Santos family, as twin bothers Jose Gabriel and Jose Raphael, managed to become topnotchers in their respective licensure exams. Jose Gabriel ranked 6th in the recently concluded Electrical Engineering licensure exams. Jose Raphael on...

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400 million+ phone numbers linked to Facebook accounts exposed online

400 million+ phone numbers linked to Facebook accounts exposed online

Over 400 million Facebook users who’s phone numbers were linked to their accounts were exposed in the latest privacy lapse of the social media giant. The exposed server contained more than 419 million records over several database of users from different countries...

Top Filipino viands that taste better with Rainbow Milk

Top Filipino viands that taste better with Rainbow Milk

Filipinos have a knack for handing down generations of recipes that came from their grandparents’ grandparents – or probably even before that. In today’s age however, apart from the classic, traditional way of cooking, more and more Filipinos have been innovating and...

Seaman’s wife witnessed husband’s hardships at work firsthand

Seaman’s wife witnessed husband’s hardships at work firsthand

The tales about seafarers from the Philippines, the country that sends out the highest number of seafarers to the global fleet, are often equated to a life with deep pockets. But their profession is not for the faint-hearted thanks to long periods of sailing... away...

Man recovers class ring 43 years after losing it

“I thought it was a joke.” This was the reaction of a man who recovered his class ring that he lost 43 years ago. Chris Smith said in a upi.com report that he lost the ring while skiing in Douglas Lake in Tennessee. The recovery of the ring was made possible after a...

Youngest son brings out Mayor Isko’s softer side

Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno took a quick break from his capital report via Facebook live to answer a video call from his big boss--his youngest son Drake. He usually shows a tough demeanor towards law violators, but his youngest has brought out his softer side. The...

$96M lottery winner: My ‘endless lunch break’ starts now!

An Australian office worker is going on an “endless lunch break” after winning $96 million prize in the Lucky Lotteries Mega Jackpot.   The Australian received the good news while at work and he said he’d quit his job, according to the Australian lottery website The...

Farmer couple uses cabbage as wedding decor

A couple, farmers based in Benguet province, got married in a church they decorated with cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. Their wedding was held last July at the San Jose Parish Church in La Trinidad, Benguet. The altar was decorated with arrangements made of...

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UAE cuts visa application, permit renewal to just 15 seconds

UAE cuts visa application, permit renewal to just 15 seconds

The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) will start implementing a new automated system that would allow people to apply for entry permits in just 15 seconds. Dubbed as “Entry Permit 50+,” the new smart service can be accessed through GDRFA...

UAE cuts mobile plan cancellation fees

UAE cuts mobile plan cancellation fees

The UAE’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) said it had lowered mobile phone plans’ cancellation cost. Instead of paying one month’s fee multiplied by the number of months remaining in the contract, users will now only have to pay a month’s fee, the TRA...

Pinoys haul 29 medals at Special Olympics World Games

Pinoys haul 29 medals at Special Olympics World Games

Photo: H.H. Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan declaring the games open before being embraced by Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019 athlete Ali Saif from Special Olympics UAE. ABU DHABI: The UAE continues to show to the world that the country is a...

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