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UAE announces August 11 as the first day of Eid Al Adha

UAE announces August 11 as the first day of Eid Al Adha

The UAE has declared August 11, Sunday, as the first day of Eid Al Adha. Today, August 2, was announced as the beginning of the month of Zul Hijjah for the year 1440 AH. The confirmation of the Dhu Al Hijjah moon sighting was announced by the kingdom Saudi Arabia on...

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OFW walks barefoot on broken glass to save toddler

OFW walks barefoot on broken glass to save toddler

An overseas Filipina worker (OFW) walked on shards of broken glass without second thoughts to save a toddler in Singapore. The OFW, identified as Sheryl, saved the three-year-old toddler who broke the glass from a sliding door inside a toilet in his aunt’s place....

Diplomat assures OFW welfare will be focus of PH labor MoU with UAE

Diplomat assures OFW welfare will be focus of PH labor MoU with UAE

A Filipino envoy in the UAE on Sunday, May 6, ensured stronger protection would be provided for overseas FIlipino workers (OFWs) in the bilateral agreement on labor between the Gulf state and the Philippines. Philippine Ambassador to the UAE Constancio Vingno Jr. said...

Filipinos without residence visas can now buy property in Sharjah

Filipinos without residence visas can now buy property in Sharjah

Filipinos without UAE residence visas can now buy their own property in Sharjah. This comes after a landmark decision by Sharjah authorities has been lodged in a follow-up to a ruling released in 2014 which gave non-UAE investors the thumbs up to buy property there on...

Cebu Pacific sees increase in passengers

Cebu Pacific Airlines, the country’s biggest budget airline, saw a close to 8 percent jump on passenger volume in the first seven months of 2016. The figures indicated continued resiliency in the air travel business, especially for budget carriers like Cebu Pacific....

De Lima shuns conspiracy theories on Davao blast

MANILA, Philippines – In light of viral social media posts conspiring around the origins and motivations behind the recent blast in Davao City, Senator Leila de Lima cautioned against lumping together various groups as being responsible in a recent statement....

DTI Secretary opposes prepaid load expiry dates

MANILA, Philippines – In an interview by the media at the sidelines of a congressional budget hearing, Secretary of the Department of Trade and Industry Ramon M. Lopez said that telecommunication firms still imposing expiry dates on prepaid telephone and internet load...

Entry rules tightened for Canada’s dual citizens

Dubai: Under the tightened entry norms effective September 30, dual citizen Canadians will now be required to present their Canadian passports to enter the country. An estimated 40,000 Canadians live and work in the UAE with many returning home for annual holidays or...

RTA: Giving free ride to friends, kin legal in Dubai

Dubai: Relatives and friends are allowed to get rides in Dubai as long as the private taxi drivers don’t charge money from them. The emirate’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched a campaign to raise awareness among tourists and residents of Dubai about...

US parole visa program for Filipino WWII veteran hailed

NEW YORK: The implementation of the United States government's Parole Visa Program that benefits US-based Filipino World War II veterans and their families in the Philippines has been hailed by the Philippine Consulate General in New York. In a forum last week, Deputy...

Aftershocks feared after strong quake rocks Philippines

MANILA: A powerful 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck the southern Philippine island of Mindanao on Sunday, according to the US Geological Survey. Meanwhile the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) measured the quake at a preliminary magnitude of 5.7,...

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