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Where Do Most OFWs Remittances Go?

Where Do Most OFWs Remittances Go?

FELY Omar sells all kinds of dry goods in Rizal, Palawan— from canned goods to RTWs and school uniforms—you name it. There are days when business is sluggish, and she can’t afford to buy her own food or feed her ten grandchildren. Good thing her son, Farouk Omar, is...

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Death toll in Nepal flooding and landslide ups to 67

Death toll in Nepal flooding and landslide ups to 67

Death toll on flooding and landslide in Nepal continues to rise as of Monday with police estimating the numbers to have reached 67. According to the New York Times report, rescuers are still doing search, rescue, and retrieval operations. This catastrophe also injured...

Deadbeat dads beware: You can be jailed and fined Php300,000

Deadbeat dads beware: You can be jailed and fined Php300,000

DUBAI: A lawyer specializing in family court cases has urged single moms, including overseas Filipina workers, whose ex-husbands or partners have been remiss of their financial obligations to their children to purses legal action. Atty. Noel Del Prado explained over...

PNP cracks down on ‘unfaithful’ cops

PNP cracks down on ‘unfaithful’ cops

The Philippine National Police (PNP) is now tracking down uniformed personnel who are 'unfaithful' spouses because of their failure to support their families. The PNP Women and Children Protection Center received 301 complaints of economic abuse in 2018. The report is...

Abu Dhabi Police arrest two men over 37 marijuana plants

Abu Dhabi Police arrest two men over 37 marijuana plants

Authorities have arrested two men for allegedly cultivating at least 37 marijuana plants in Al Ain. Police said an Asian man gave the information on the illegal activity. After a police operation, two men were discovered to be distributing and growing marijuana in the...

Student resists arrest, assaults cop in Dubai

The Public Prosecution recently referred a student to the Dubai Criminal Court after being charged with assaulting and insulting a police officer as well as resisting arrest. The 24-year-old student had been reported to the authorities in May where it was found out...

Duterte praises Arroyo, the embodiment of political will

President Rodrigo Duterte has commended former Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo for her brand of leadership, GMA News reported. He said Arroyo was the “embodiment of strong political will.” Duterte added that “no other chief executive in Philippine history comes close...

Gordon to Bato: Wake up, slap yourself

Senator Richard ‘Dick’ Gordon reminded neophyte lawmaker Senator Ronald ‘Bato’ Dela Rosa to be mindful on his comments because he is no longer a policeman but a lawmaker.  Gordon said that Bato’s comment that ‘s**t happens’ in a police operation isn’t acceptable and...

Philippine Consulate assists comatose OFW in Dubai

A Filipina working as a domestic helper in Dubai is in a state of comatose after suffering a heart attack. A fellow Filipina working as a nurse in the hospital reached out to the OFW's family to seek help. The OFW was allegedly left by her employer after taking her to...

Shoplifters shove crabs down their pants

Two men shoved crab meat down their pants and left the grocery store without paying, police said. Police responded to a non-active retail theft at the Weis Markets at 1195 Lowther Road in Camp Hill in Pennsylvania, USA. The pair returned two days later and did the...

Filipino faces rape raps in Pennsylvania

A Filipino is facing rape charges filed by a woman in Elizabethtown College campus, Pennsylvania. Alexis Javier Dolotina, 21, was arrested following the reported assault. Police authorities though clarified that Dolotina and the victims are not students and they were...

Penalties await OFWs who use their passports as collateral

Legal experts in the Philippines warned Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) that those who use their passport as collateral in exchange of money can be held liable under the Passport Act of 1996. In a report of ABS-CBN news, experts reminded OFWs about this law, which...

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Bong Revilla backs death penalty for plunderers

Bong Revilla backs death penalty for plunderers

Recently acquitted for plunder case filed against him, former senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. is backing proposal to impose death penalty for officials proven guilty of plunder. In December 2018, Revilla was acquitted by Sandiganbayan of plunder which was linked to...

Most in-demand jobs in the UAE revealed

Most in-demand jobs in the UAE revealed

WAM: Jobs in the telecoms, Information Technology (IT) and media sectors are in increasing demand among job-seeking Emiratis, according to findings by Careers UAE, the leading recruitment and training fair for UAE nationals, which returns to Dubai World Trade Centre...

Filipino nurses, caregivers wanted in Japan

Filipino nurses, caregivers wanted in Japan

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration is eyeing to deploy 350 healthcare workers to Japan. Currently there are 50 slots for nursing position and 300 for caregiver position, as per the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). Those who are interested for...

DOF: Foreigners working in PH must pay taxes

DOF: Foreigners working in PH must pay taxes

The Department of Finance (DOF) and the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) are working closely with other government agencies, including the justice and labor departments, to ensure that foreign nationals working in Philippine offshore gaming operations (POGO) comply...

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