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Three Pinoys, two Italians charged with syndicated illegal recruitment

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has lodged a criminal case against two Italian nationals and three Filipinos who allegedly processed applicants for potential overseas Filipino workers (OFW) despite having no license to recruit. In their nine-page complaint...

7 Filipinos kidnapped in Nigeria

Seven Filipino seafarers were abducted by pirates from a Swiss merchant vessel in Nigerian seas on Saturday, September 22. Aside from the seven Filipinos, five other seafarers of different nationalities from Slovenia, Ukraine, Romania, Croatia and Bosnia were also...

OFW from Middle East who returned to PH gets murdered by husband

An overseas Filipino worker from Kuwait who recently returned to the Philippines was stabbed to death by her own husband on Sunday afternoon. Authorities said the the OFW, name withheld, returned home to Isabela, Negros Occidental on September 21, reported ABS-CBN...

Ultra Lotto 6/58 jackpot prize continues to approach P1 billion mark

The Philippine Charity Sweepstake Office (PCSO) Ultra Lotto 6/58 jackpot prize continues to near the Php1 billion jackpot mark as thousands of Filipinos try their luck for the life-changing prize. No one won the Php704.7 million jackpot during the September 23 draw...

Metro Manila to receive fresh supply of rice, to be sold at P39/kilo

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Around 10,000 bags of new rice supply for consumers in Metro Manila will be sold at Php39/kilo amid alleged rice scarcity.

Seventeen trucks from Nueva Ecija carrying 400 to 800 bags of rice each arrived at the National Food Authority (NFA) in Quezon City on Monday, April 16.

Areas where rice supply is low will be prioritized in time of rice distribution and delivery.

The government assured the public that supply of affordable rice, local or imported, is enough to cater to consumers.

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4th Filipino Times Awards honor Pinoy achievers, preferred brands

4th Filipino Times Awards honor Pinoy achievers, preferred brands

The Filipino community has become a major contributor of the development in the UAE. With an ever-increasing purchasing power, Filipinos are now the fastest growing consumer market segment in the UAE. DUBAI: Nobody said it could get any grander, but it did! The 4th...

Duterte set to ‘speak to the nation’ today—Palace

Duterte set to ‘speak to the nation’ today—Palace

President Rodrigo Duterte will be “speaking to the nation” on Tuesday, September 11, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque announced. During a press briefing, Roque said that Duterte announced in Davao City that he would like to address the nation tomorrow around 3 in...

Another batch of OFWs from Dubai returns to Manila today

Another batch of OFWs from Dubai returns to Manila today

A total of 112 undocumented overseas Filipino workers from Dubai have returned to the Philippines on September 10. The Department of Foreign Affairs said that the fifth batch of repatriates boarded Philippine Airlines flight PR 659 and landed at the Ninoy Aquino...

7 Filipinos kidnapped in Nigeria

Seven Filipino seafarers were abducted by pirates from a Swiss merchant vessel in Nigerian seas on Saturday, September 22. Aside from the seven Filipinos, five other seafarers of different nationalities from Slovenia, Ukraine, Romania, Croatia and Bosnia were also...

LOOK: Bea Alonzo shares photos of her trip to UAE

Kapamilya actress Bea Alonzo recently shared on social media some of her photos which were taken when she visited the UAE. Last week, Alonzo posted a series of snaps on her Instagram account which showed some of her experiences in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. As seen in the...

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