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Stay legal: Filipinos urged to update visa status in UAE

Stay legal: Filipinos urged to update visa status in UAE

As a single mother, Dubai-based OFW ‘Mariaflor’ missed majority of ‘Anna’s’ teenage life as she continued working in the UAE to provide a better life for ‘Anna’, so she figured bringing her to the country this February was the best time for them to bond. The UAE’s...

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Napping is good for your heart, says new study

Napping is good for your heart, says new study

A little power nap may actually be good for your heart, according to a new study published in the journal Heart. There were 3,462 Swiss adults ages 35 to 75 who took part in the study where researchers found that those who took one or two daytime naps per week had a...

5 things to remove from your CV immediately

5 things to remove from your CV immediately

Creating a strong CV isn’t an easy task to do. Normally, it takes a lot of drafts to be done, passing it around to friends and colleagues to check any spelling mistakes or to give you any advice for improvements. There are many CV writing workshops, articles, or even...

Study: Short people prone to Type 2 diabetes

Study: Short people prone to Type 2 diabetes

Here’s a not so good news for short people. A study by the journal, Diabetologia has revealed that shorter people are at greater risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. In the study, as reported by CNN, researchers looked at more than 2,500 middle-aged men and women in...

Pinay wife discovers secrets after ‘unfriending’ her husband online

Pinay wife discovers secrets after ‘unfriending’ her husband online

Social media has changed the way people communicate. Messages are often ignored, for we know that friends and family can be reached online easily. Thanks to the Internet, people’s appreciation to the art of communication have diminished through time. This was the case...

Teachers in viral caroling video did it “just for fun”

Teachers in viral caroling video did it “just for fun”

It was their way of buying time while waiting for the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) to dispense the last money they have on their bank account.    Little did these teachers know that the caroling they did in front of an ATM last week would go viral on social media.  ...

Son builds father’s dream house in five years

Son builds father’s dream house in five years

Randy Oliverio once dreamed what his father dreamed of, and after five years of hardship and sacrifices , he finally made the blueprint drawing of his father into a reality. A native from San Antonio, Northern Samar, Oliverio described their nipa house with roof that...

What was Dubai like 30 years ago?

DUBAI: This buzzling international city that never sleeps had its share of humble beginnings, according to overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who arrived in the 1980s and witnessed the emirate’s growth through the years, which went full throttle by the mid-2000s. “Dubai...

Did you know Dh2 lang shawarma nun sa Dubai?

Shawarma, an 18th century Ottoman invention originally called doner kebab to mean “rotating grilled meat,” and which has taken on an Arabic word which means “turn,” is a staple of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the UAE. The delicacy was introduced to Filipinos in...

Filipino community all set for PID 2019

This year’s Philippine Independence Day celebrations will emphasize and feature the proud-worthy essence of how it truly is to be a Filipino experiencing the freedom we all deserve. This year, despite the event being held in Dubai, the spotlight is also going to be...

Madame Tussauds Dubai to open soon

There is no need for you to go to Hollywood just to have a selfie with your favorite stars because they will be arriving in Dubai soon, well, sort of. Residents and tourists in Dubai will finally be able to "meet" their idols through the waxwork double as the famous...

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Residents’ safety perception in Sharjah rises to 97%

Residents’ safety perception in Sharjah rises to 97%

From 92% in 2016, the perception of safety among residents in Sharjah rose to 97% in 2017 according to authorities. Major General Saif Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, said that the rate of serious crimes decreased by 45 percent to 837 in 2017 from...

DFA to open main office on Saturdays for passport applications

DFA to open main office on Saturdays for passport applications

Starting February 10, 2018, passport applicants can now schedule their passport appointments every Saturday at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)-Aseana from 8am - 5pm. Applicants are encouraged to book their appointment via DFA's Online Appointment System. DFA...

CebuPac names 10 new possible flight destinations in PH

CebuPac names 10 new possible flight destinations in PH

Cebu Pacific recently released the top ten most voted places in the Philippines, from which they will pick their new flight destination. Last November, Cebu Pacific started their #CEBFlyMeTo campaign wherein travellers can suggest a new flight destination in the...

Asian maid nabbed for assaulting 5-year-old boy in Dubai

Asian maid nabbed for assaulting 5-year-old boy in Dubai

A Filipina maid was arrested in Dubai after a neighbor spotted her assaulting a five-year old boy and reported it to the mother of the child. The maid allegedly slapped and pinched the child and hit him in between his legs with a stick when the boy dropped her phone,...

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