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98.28% of votes counted; Binay still in Magic 12

98.28% of votes counted; Binay still in Magic 12

With ober 98% of the votes already canvassed as of early Monday evening, re-electionist Sen. Nancy Binay is still holding on tight on the last available seat in the Senate race. As of 6 p.m. Monday, Binay was at 12th place with 14,449,208 followed by Senator JV...

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Bong Revilla promises not to steal money and no ‘budots’

Bong Revilla promises not to steal money and no ‘budots’

Senatorial candidate Ramon "Bong" Revilla said he will not steal from the public coffers nor do the "budots" dance if elected. In an interview with DWIZ radio, Revilla said he will do his job properly in the Senate. “Hindi po ako magnanakaw at hindi po ako masamang...

Arab lady faces trial for e-mail with the word ‘rude’

Arab lady faces trial for e-mail with the word ‘rude’

An Arab woman is on trial at the Sharjah Misdemeanour Court for sending an e-mail with the word “rude” to a co-worker, local media reported. The accused had a misunderstanding with a colleague, who filed the case as she was offended with the word “rude” which has...

Khalifa issues law establishing Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre

Khalifa issues law establishing Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued a law establishing the Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre (ADPHC). Under this new law, ADPHC will be an independent legal entity with full legal capacity to practice its activities, and follows the...

Comelec: Tuesday’s proclamation likely

Comelec: Tuesday’s proclamation likely

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has expressed confidence that winning senatorial candidates and party-list groups will be proclaimed on Tuesday. "It's a pretty sure bet that we are going to have a proclamation tomorrow... party-lists in the morning, then...

Davao-bound passenger found dead at NAIA restroom

Davao-bound passenger found dead at NAIA restroom

Manila, Philippines-- A man was found "unresponsive" and declared dead inside a restroom cubicle at the Ninoy Aquino International Airpor (NAIA) Terminal 3, Sunday. The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) reported that a janitor saw the man enter the...

BREAKING NEWS: 17 hurt in Quezon road mishap

Seventeen people were injured after a passenger jeepney slammed into a passenger bus along Diversion Road, Lopez, Quezon past noon today. The jeep overturned due to the force of impact, injuring passengers and the driver. None of the bus passengers were injured. GMA...

Malacanang orders NYC Chair Ronald Cardema to vacate post

Manila, Philippines-- Presidential Spokesperson and Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Sal Panelo has ordered National Youth Commission Chairperson Ronald Cardema to quit from his post, following Cardema's decision to substitute for his wife, Elizabeth, as the first...

PH to investigate death of OFW in Kuwait

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said the Philippines is coordinating with Kuwaiti authorities in investigating the death of a Filipino household worker in the Gulf state. "The Embassy is in close coordination with local authorities to gather evidence and...

UAE welcomes Saudi King’s call for emergency summits

The United Arab Emirates has welcomed the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud's call to the leaders of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) and other Arab League states for two emergency summits in Makkah on May 30th, 2019, on the...

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‘Go out and vote’ — PH officials urge OFWs

‘Go out and vote’ — PH officials urge OFWs

DUBAI: It’s all systems go for the Philippine Embassy and Consulate as polling stations open at 8am on Saturday, April 13, in what will be the start of a 29-day electoral exercise of some 361,265 registered overseas Filipino voters in the UAE, who will be making their...

New policy on sponsoring relatives

New policy on sponsoring relatives

DUBAI: The Filipino community in the UAE has welcomed the host government’s move to approve a measure requiring expats bringing their family members to the country to show proof of income instead of profession as has been the practice. Though an income bracket has yet...

30 undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos intercepted at NAIA

30 undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos intercepted at NAIA

Thirty undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos were not allowed by Immigration officials at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport to leave the country on Friday, March 29. The Bureau of Immigration (BI) said the workers, 18 women and 12 men, claimed that they would only...

POLO to stop issuing OECs to certain OFWs starting April 1

POLO to stop issuing OECs to certain OFWs starting April 1

DUBAI: Starting April 1 this year, all overseas Filipinos workers (OFWs), who arrived in the UAE on visit visas and are going home on a break for the first time since getting a job, will have to get their Overseas Employment Certificates (OEC) from the Philippine...

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