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OFWs in Hong Kong risk losing jobs employers leave due to protests

Overseas Filipino workers in Hong Kong could lose their jobs as some employers mull on leaving the city state due to continuous protests and unrest, reports said. Protests in Hong Kong have been raging on for over 20 weeks and some of the have demonstrations turned...

Family visa transactions with GDRFA can now be done by phone

As part of the government’s efforts to make all transactions with public sector agencies paperless, the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) has step up the plate and sent SMS advisories to residents yesterday that there henceforth will no...

Groundbreaking drug hopes to slow Alzheimer’s disease

A Biotec company in the United States believes that that they have created a groundbreaking drug that will slow down Alzheimer's disease. Biogen says it is now seeking approval of US authorities for the release of Aducanumab, a human monoclonal antibody, on the...

PICE-UAE recognizes COSPLE preboard exam achievers

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Aug. 04, 18 | 8:30 am

The Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers in the UAE held their Committee on Special Professional Licensure Exams (CoSPLE) preboard exam last July 27 and recognized the top achievers of the batch.

In attendance was Vice Consul Anna Guerra, Assistant Labor Attache Jay Jasper Javines, PICE-UAE President Vinzor Yee Concepcion, together with fellow engineering group leaders and members.

The CoSPLE committee members organized the review that ran from December to July every Friday and even weekdays to the weekdays. The actual exam will take place this coming August 24 to 26 with results to be released after a month. In the previous year, the passing rate was 50% and PICE is optimistic that it will exceed even more than that this year.

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OFWs in Hong Kong risk losing jobs employers leave due to protests

OFWs in Hong Kong risk losing jobs employers leave due to protests

Overseas Filipino workers in Hong Kong could lose their jobs as some employers mull on leaving the city state due to continuous protests and unrest, reports said. Protests in Hong Kong have been raging on for over 20 weeks and some of the have demonstrations turned...

Liza Soberano, Enrique Gil team up for OFW teleserye shot in Croatia

Liza Soberano, Enrique Gil team up for OFW teleserye shot in Croatia

Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil are gearing up for their grand TV teleserye comeback as they team up for “Make It With You.” The LizQuen love team recently came back to the Philippines after shooting in Croatia. They said their new teleserye will now focus on the lives...

Family visa transactions with GDRFA can now be done by phone

Family visa transactions with GDRFA can now be done by phone

As part of the government’s efforts to make all transactions with public sector agencies paperless, the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) has step up the plate and sent SMS advisories to residents yesterday that there henceforth will no...

Erik Matti to new Darna Jane De Leon: It’s not an easy role

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Sue Ramirez: Stop sexualizing my body

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Groundbreaking drug hopes to slow Alzheimer’s disease

A Biotec company in the United States believes that that they have created a groundbreaking drug that will slow down Alzheimer's disease. Biogen says it is now seeking approval of US authorities for the release of Aducanumab, a human monoclonal antibody, on the...

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