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School teacher fined Dh10,000 for punishing student

School teacher fined Dh10,000 for punishing student

A court in Sharjah fined a teacher at a local private school Dh10,000 after she was accused of being cruel by ordering a 15-year-old schoolboy to take off his shoes and walk barefooted on the hot school ground. The judge found the teacher at the unnamed school guilty...

House of Representatives to pass OFW department bill next month

House of Representatives to pass OFW department bill next month

The House of Representatives assured the public that a bill creating a Department of Overseas Filipino Workers (DOFW) will be passed next month along with other tax reform measures. Albay Representative and House Ways and Means committee chairperson Joey Salceda said...

Residential projects in Manila with foreign firms blooms

Residential projects in Manila with foreign firms blooms

A mix of local and foreign property investors are enticed by projects developed by local players with foreign companies, as pre-selling and secondary condominium markets in Metro Manila remains strong due to appreciation potential and a wider base of buyers following...

China rejects PH arbitral ruling ahead of Duterte-Xi meeting

Chinese Ambassador Xiao Jian Hua insists that China will not accept or recognize the arbitral ruling on the South China Sea.    The statement comes ahead of the upcoming meeting between President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jin Ping for the fifth time.  ...

59 rescued in another sea accident in Samar

A week after the deadly Iloilo-Guimaras sea tragedy, another sea mishap took place in Visayas; this time in Samar province. The Samar Coast Guard confirmed that a passenger boat bound for Tagapul-an Samar partially sank on Monday. The Coast Guard said that the weather...

7 Pinoy fishermen in distress as boat sinks off Brunei

A fishing vessel carrying seven Filipino crewmen and four others sank off the coast of Brunei with only two survivors of unknown nationality were rescued, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Monday. Search and rescue for the remaining crew of Radims 2 ended Sunday,...

Robredo wants probe on influx of Chinese gamblers in PH

Vice President Leni Robredo called for an investigation on the surge of Chinese gamblers in the country and questioned its legality. "Kung iligal sa kanila (China), bakit tayo ang nagha-house? ‘Di ba?," Robredo said on her weekend radio show. The influx of Chinese...

Tarlac woman shocked over almost Php1M electric bill

A Tarlac resident got the shock of her life when she received her electric bill statement with a total amount of Php942,818.17 for the month of July. Conchita Tongol is still in disbelief on how her electric consumption surged to a million peso having only limited...

30 cable cars in Canada plummet to the ground

Almost 30 cable cars crashed to the ground near Vancouver's Howe Sound after a cable was deliberately cut, reported CNN. “No guests or staff were on the gondola and no injuries were sustained in the incident,” the Sea to Sky Gondola said on its website. The Royal...

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OFW remittances hit $2.75B in January 2019

OFW remittances hit $2.75B in January 2019

Personal remittances from overseas Filipino workers (OFW) reached $2.75 billion in January this year, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas reported over the weekend. In a statement, BSP said that the increase represent a 4.4 percent growth from $2.38 billion the previous...

Naka-ilang ‘lipat-flat’ ka na ba?

Naka-ilang ‘lipat-flat’ ka na ba?

DUBAI: Increased rent and proximity to the work place top the reasons why overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) don’t stay in one shared accommodation for long while working in the UAE. This was among findings of a survey by The Filipino Times, which also revealed that an...

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