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OFW wants money back after being cheated by fiancée

OFW wants money back after being cheated by fiancée

Ferdinand Gomez, a caregiver in California, went back to country to complain about his ex-fiancee who backed out from their wedding after allegedly getting hundreds of thousands from him.  Ferdinand, 52, said he met his girlfriend named Innah on a social networking...

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Wall Street Exchange salutes OFWs as ‘Bagong Bayani’

Wall Street Exchange salutes OFWs as ‘Bagong Bayani’

Wall Street Exchange (WSE) hails the Filipinos in the UAE on the occasion of the 121st Philippine Independence Day for keeping their local economy thriving as they remain one of the biggest sources of remittances to the Philippines. Hence, regarded as the country's...

Amsterdam cooks up unique tourism promo

Amsterdam cooks up unique tourism promo

DUBAI: Amsterdam has come up with a unique tourism campaign that, travel officials said, stands a good chance of being replicated by other destinations: “Marry an Amsterdammer for a day.” Don’t get too excited. You can marry but can’t kiss the bride. Nonetheless, the...

University of Stirling Ras al Khaimah Accepting Applications

University of Stirling Ras al Khaimah Accepting Applications

University of Stirling, UK is ranked in the top 420 universities as per the QS World University Rankings and ranked 14th in the UK for the Accountancy and Finance program. University of Stirling, UK has more than 15,000 students and offers a wide range...

Naka-ilang lipat ka na ng flat o villa?

Indeed, nothing lasts forever, as that clichéd Pinoy “hugot” goes, and as living in accommodations has become a way of life in the UAE for most OFWs – in fact, for a large segment of the expat community – moving, or shifting as it is more popularly referred to, is as...

OFWs look to level up as rent rates go down

With residential rent rates in Dubai on the decline, overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), who have grown used to pooling their resources together so they afford a decent studio-type or one-bedroom flat, are looking to level up. To this end, ServiceMarket, a marketplace...

How do I know if I have Endometriosis?

By Dr. Mapet Gudiel, Ob Gynecologist at Klinika Maharlika in Abu Dhabi   Endometriosis is a condition wherein endometrial tissues which are normally found in the endometrium, the inner lining of the uterus, are found outside the endometrium. It could be...

Naka-ilang ‘lipat-flat’ ka na ba?

DUBAI: Increased rent and proximity to the work place top the reasons why overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) don’t stay in one shared accommodation for long while working in the UAE. This was among findings of a survey by The Filipino Times, which also revealed that an...

Tips for OFWs branching out as real property agents

DUBAI: As more and more overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) are now finding themselves dealing condominium units to fellow OFWS, with some actually having acquired the trade as a full time job, it pays to know how they have been learning the ropes. To this end,...

UAE leads MENA region in disability support – study

Gulf countries are paving the way for a more receptive work environment for People of Determination with intellectual disabilities, according to a study on regional disabilities perception commissioned by the Local Organising Committee for the Special Olympics World...

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Pulso ng bayan: Why 8 out of 10  OFW netizens favor divorce

Pulso ng bayan: Why 8 out of 10 OFW netizens favor divorce

“Kundi lang dahil sa dalawang anak ko… matagal ko nang nilayasan yan,” DUBAI: With her laptop showing news about the ongoing debate in the Philippine Senate on the merits of a bill legalizing divorce reaching feverish pitch, Marielle Bartolome could only glance at the...

Top 20 ways Pinoys in the UAE deal with homesickness

Top 20 ways Pinoys in the UAE deal with homesickness

(The Filipino Times is running this feature on the occasion of the United Nations' International Day of Happiness on March 20. -- Ed) DUBAI: Filipinos have always been known to be a very happy bunch. Nothing could perhaps lend more credence to this than a recent...

LOOK: Former Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach arrives in Dubai

LOOK: Former Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach arrives in Dubai

Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach has just landed in the UAE. As seen on her recent Instagram Story, Wurtzbach shared a photo of her hotel room in Dubai where she stays. Wurtzbach announced on Wednesday that she will be visiting Dubai for a meet-and-greet session with...

OFW complains about his friend who keeps asking for money

OFW complains about his friend who keeps asking for money

Borrowing money once off your friend is usually fine. After all, we all go through a sticky situation. But if it becomes your habit, your friend may sense that you're already taking advantage of him, and worst, your friendship may start to slip away. An overseas...

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