Tuesday, March 19, 2019

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Pinoys to get bulk of Japan jobs — DOLE

Pinoys to get bulk of Japan jobs — DOLE

Filipino workers may share more than a third of the 350,000 available jobs that Japan will open to foreign nationals with the effectivity next month of a law allowing new residence status to foreign workers. Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said skilled Filipino...

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Scientists get closer to dementia cure following breakthrough

Scientists get closer to dementia cure following breakthrough

DUBAI: Scientists at Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) have reversed dementia symptoms in mice by “blasting away toxic plaque” from their brains using non-invasive, non-toxic procedures and an ultrasound in what has been cheered as a breakthrough in efforts to cure the...

LRT-1 Cavite extension construction to start next month

LRT-1 Cavite extension construction to start next month

The construction of the extension of the Light Rail Transit (LRT-1) which will stretch out to Bacoor, Cavite will finally start in April 2019. The Department of Transportation (DOTr) said on their Facebook page that the said construction will finally happen after...

Scaffolding collapses in Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi Municipality confirmed that a scaffolding collapsed at a building demolition site on Monday, February 18. The Abu Dhabi Crisis Management Team, Abu Dhabi Police, Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities, and the Department of Transport,...

Tricycle driver accused of raping Irish tourist in Palawan

A tricycle driver in El Nido, Palawan was accused of raping a 21-year-old Irish tourist on Wednesday night. The victim said that the 39-year-old tricycle driver, who was identified as Perry Gaspe, took advantage of her when she was on her way to a hostel, reported...

Meet former janitress-turned-millionaire

A former janitress earning Php280 per day seemed to have a Cinderella-like story and is now living the dream of being a millionaire. At a young age, Milane Pindot had been exposed to the harsh reality of life. She stopped attending the school at 16, and instead opted...

Five Filipino seafarers missing after vessel catches fire

Five Filipino seafarers were declared missing after their vessel caught fire off the Falkland Islands, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) reported. According to DFA, the Filipinos were among 69 crew-members of a Taiwanese fishing vessel that caught fire off the...

Professionals in the UAE upbeat about 2019, survey says

DUBAI: Professionals in the UAE are looking to find new jobs, learn new skills and get a higher salary this year, according to a recent study jointly conducted by the employment portal, Bayt.com, and YouGov, a global online market research company. “Seventy-seven...

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Germany is hiring 400 Filipino nurses

Germany is hiring 400 Filipino nurses

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration is now accepting applications for nurses under the Triple Win Project of Germany. Qualified applicants must be Filipino citizen, male or female, and permanent resident of the Philippines with Bachelor of Science in...

BI clarifies bounds of ‘Balikbayan visa’ program

BI clarifies bounds of ‘Balikbayan visa’ program

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) reminded the public of the bounds of the "Balikbayan Program" intended for former Filipinos visiting the country. "Under Republic Act No. 6768, the one-year Balikbayan visa privilege is exclusively given to former Filipinos naturalized...

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