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Top 5 plans of Pinoys in the UAE this long weekend

Top 5 plans of Pinoys in the UAE this long weekend

For those who don’t have plans of flying out of UAE this Eid al Adha long weekend vacation, many Filipinos tick their “to do’s” based on their priorities. Here are the top five plans of Pinoys in the UAE this long weekend. Rent a room or book in a hotel Four years in...

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Property prices along subway project rise

Property prices along subway project rise

Prices of property in areas along the planned Mega Manila Subway project are expected to double or even triple as developments will be more attractive to buyers due to better accessibility, according to a global real estate services firm, the Manila Times has...

QC suspends real property tax hike

QC suspends real property tax hike

MANILA, Philippines — The Quezon City council has, despite the Supreme Court’s approval, suspended a real property tax increase for two years. A report from the Philippine Star said Mayor Herbert Bautista signed into law Ordinance No. SP-2778-2018 on Dec. 6, which...

Makati’s land value seen to hit 26% growth this year

Makati’s land value seen to hit 26% growth this year

Global real estate services company Colliers has revealed that as of the second quarter last year, the value of prime land in Makati reached P695,000/sq.m., with Fort Bonifacio not far behind at P586,000/sq.m., according to a report from Philippine Star. Citing the...

What are the lucky colors for 2019?

What are the lucky colors for 2019?

One way to determine the lucky color for 2019, according to Feng Shui, is relating it to the element of the current year. The year 2019 is also the year of the pig, which is bequeathed with the element of earth. And wearing colors that harmonize well with this element...

Hello 2019!

Hello 2019!

DUBAI: Pope Francis will be coming to town. The Azkals will be slugging it out against other countries in a major sporting event. A team of young innovators from Muntinlupa National High School is shortlisted for the Global High Schools category for the Zayed...

SSS to sell 9 condos in Makati, Pasig

SSS to sell 9 condos in Makati, Pasig

MANILA, Philippines — Nine condominium units in Makati and Pasig with a total net worth of Php79.5 million will be sold by the Social Security System (SSS), which has issued an invitation to bid setting the public bidding on Feb. 15. The move, reports stated, was...

DOT pushes ‘Bring Home A Friend’ program

To drive up tourist influx in the Philippines, the Department of Tourism (DOT) on Tuesday pushed for personalized "Bring Home a Friend" program per province. The BHAF basically encourages all Filipinos and expats to invite foreigners to the country, this time with a...

What 2018 has in store for you

Are you an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) planning to start a business using your savings? Your luck will solely depend on your hands - how much effort you put into making your business goals happen. Read here to know what's in store for you this year! Dog Years:...

BEST 4 MONEY LESSONS OFWs MUST TEACH THEIR CHILDREN

Your absence in your children’s lives as an overseas Filipino worker can make you more vulnerable to their wants. You easily fall into the trap when they ask for something from you, even if it’s too much. So, why not instil in them the value of money before giving in...

30 habits and secrets to become a successful OFW

Success begins with a dream, and it is up to you how you will make that dream come true. However, let us face it, it is not as easy as it sounds because the path to success is not a straight road. It is not something that will be spoon-fed to you. Before you achieve...

OFW undergoes rare surgery in Dubai

A Filipina banker, Marris Hernandez, had a neuroendocrine cancer of the pancreatic head. “At first I felt pain in my lower abdomen, so I immediately visited a private hospital in Abu Dhabi. They had me on ultrasound, but the doctors did not find anything relating to...

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Abu Dhabi traffic violators face higher fines

Abu Dhabi traffic violators face higher fines

Traffic violators in Abu Dhabi will have to pay higher fines starting July 1. Motorists not wearing seatbelts will have a Dh400 fine and four traffic points. Drivers who ignore traffic lights will be fined Dh1,000, given 12 penalty points and their vehicles impounded...

Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

A fire broke out in Sharjah's industrial area past noon on Monday and destroyed 12 warehouses. There was no report of casualty. The destroyed warehouses contain building materials and wood, authorities said, according to Gulf News. Sharjah firefighters prevented the...

Priest in Marawi still alive, says military

Priest in Marawi still alive, says military

The Catholic priest taken hostage by Maute militants in Marawi City remains alive as fighting between government forces and rebels resumed Monday after an 8-hour pause during the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Fitr, according to the military. Father Teresito “Chito” Suganob...

Marawi troops cease firing for Eid

Marawi troops cease firing for Eid

Troops in Marawi City cease firing against militants on Sunday in observance of the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Fitr marking the end of Ramadan. Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief-of-staff Gen. Eduardo Año has agreed to give an eight-hour "Humanitarian Pause" in...

Moon-sighting panel declares Sunday as Eid

Moon-sighting panel declares Sunday as Eid

The UAE’s moon-sighting committee declared that today (Sunday) is the first day of the month of Shawwal and Eid Al Fitr. The committee, headed by Sultan bin Saeed Al Badi, Minister of Justice, confirmed the official start of the Eid holidays following legitimate...

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