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Anakbayan apologizes but insists on issues

Anakbayan apologizes but insists on issues

Anakbayan art group's Panday Sining has issued an apology over the inconvenience caused by their graffiti art on the walls of newly cleaned Lagusnilad Underpass. The group got the ire of Manila Mayor Isko Moreno who couldn't help but express frustration after seeing...

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Group justifies vandals on Lagunilad walls

Group justifies vandals on Lagunilad walls

Anakbayan art group's Panday Sining has issued a statement over their graffiti art on the walls of the newly painted Lagusnilad underpass.  The group gets the ire of Manila Mayor Isko Moreno who couldn't help but express his frustration after seeing the graffiti....

Isko Moreno’s son says he has no plans to go into politics

Isko Moreno’s son says he has no plans to go into politics

Joaquin Domagoso charmed viewers with his undeniable good looks, which he apparently inherited from his father, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno. Joaquin told Manila Bulletin he preferred to use his real surname to make his own mark in the Philippine showbiz. “I like my last...

UAE temperature drops, lowest temp recorded at 9.5C

UAE temperature drops, lowest temp recorded at 9.5C

The National Center of Meteorology (NCM), said residents can expect fair and partly cloudy days in generally low temperatures. "The lowest temperature recorded over the country this morning was 9.5 °C in Jais Mountain at 4:45am," the NCM said in a tweet. Interior...

UAE authorities seize 119K fake perfumes worth Dh33 million

UAE authorities seize 119K fake perfumes worth Dh33 million

The Ras Al Khaimah Department of Economic Development officials confiscated 119,960 fake perfume bottles estimated to be worth Dh33 million. Khaleej Times, citing authorities, reported that the perfume bottles were of 18 fake international brands. More than 25,000...

PH beats China as world’s biggest rice importer

The Philippines outranked China when it comes to rice importation or buying more rice from other countries. The country now earns the title of being the world's biggest rice importer for this year. The country has imported three million metric tons (MT) of rice....

Rockwell reports brisk sales of Mactan beachfront condo

Brisk sales has been reorted by upscale property developer Rockwell Land Corp. for its inaugural beachfront residential condominium project in Mactan, Cebu where about 54% of the 276 keys at the first residential tower of Aruga Resort and Residences in Punta Engaño...

Ayala Land developing property in Novaliches

Property giant Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) is developing The Junction Place, an 11-hectare property – formerly the site of RubberWorld factory – in Novaliches, Quezon City. The project involves what is called as “pocket urban development.” Citing Stephen S. Comia, senior...

Asian restaurant waitress held for forgery

Dubai police arrested an Asian restaurant waitress on charges of forging a letter from her employer in order to obtain a driving license. After her employer refused to give her that letter, a key condition for getting a driving license in the UAE, the girl resigned...

Urban planners envision 9 ‘emerging cities’ in PH

DUBAI: Renowned urban planners, among them Felino Palafox Jr. of Palafox and Associates, have identified at least nine “emerging cities” across the Philippines being developed to decongest Metro Manila. These are Puerto Princesa in Palawan; Zamboanga, Clark and San...

PH property 2019 updates: A guide for OFWs planning to invest

DUBAI: The Philippine economy grew by 6.2 % in 2018 and is expected to gather more steam at a faster rate this year at 6.7% as vital indicators create voracious appetite in the property sector. This at hand, real property thinktank, Colliers International, in its...

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DUBAI: Prices of real estate properties across the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are falling due to oversupply, real estate companies said, in what appears to be an opportune time for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) living with their families or friends to upgrade from...

Filipina in Hong Kong found hanging inside her employer’s flat

Filipina in Hong Kong found hanging inside her employer’s flat

A Filipina domestic worker in Hong Kong died over the weekend after she hanged herself inside her employer’s flat. In a report by Hong Kong News, police identified the 37-year-old Filipina as “Elen” who worked at 11 Hoi Fai Road. The spokesman for Police Public...

The Filipino Times Awards: The essence of excellence

The Filipino Times Awards: The essence of excellence

What does The Filipino Times Awards look for? This has been the question of many individual nominees for the upcoming The Filipino Times Awards set to take place this coming November 8. As the award-giving body thrusts towards its fifth year, it has received over 600...

66 distressed OFWs from Kuwait arrive in PH

66 distressed OFWs from Kuwait arrive in PH

Sixty-six distressed Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) from Kuwait have arrived in Manila, Wednesday night as part of the government's repatriation program. The group forms the 8th Batch of OFWs assisted by the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait through its Assisted...

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