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OFW shot dead in Zamboanga City

OFW shot dead in Zamboanga City

An overseas Filipino worker was killed after being shot twice in Brgy. Santa Barbara in Zamboanga City last Thursday, January 4, 2018. The 30-year-old victim was identified as Sadikal Apostol y Sarail. According to initial investigation, the victim was checking his...

Germany in need of 350 Filipino nurses; application ends on Jan. 19

Germany in need of 350 Filipino nurses; application ends on Jan. 19

Germany is currently hiring 350 nurses from the Philippines, according to the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA). The German Federal Employment Agency accepts applicants who finished a four-year nursing course and with two years of experience in the...

OFWs in Saudi rant over 5% VAT in fuels, remittance fee

OFWs in Saudi rant over 5% VAT in fuels, remittance fee

Eric Cendana, an ambulance driver attendant in Saudi Arabia, will have to adjust his expenses in the kingdom following the five percent value-added tax (VAT) rolled out in the kingdom last January 1, 2018. "Medyo mataas na ang presyo ng gasolina ngayon...Ngayon tipid-...

Body of dead man found in Ajman beach

Body of dead man found in Ajman beach

The body of a dead man washed ashore Ajman beach last Friday, January 5, is being examined by local authorities. The identify of the man has yet to be confirmed. But according to Ajman Civil Defense, they have received a report about a missing person who can possibly...

LOOK: Pinoy businessman gives P100 to passersby in Quiapo

LOOK: Pinoy businessman gives P100 to passersby in Quiapo

Filipino businessman Bong Pineda handed out cash to passersby in Quiapo, Manila, causing a long queue of people in front of the Quiapo church. In a video posted by Michael Joe Delizo last Friday, January 5, one woman who was lining up said that Pineda was giving P100...

Duterte to UN: I’m the President

President Rodrigo Duterte once again spoke against his critics, this time with the message demanding acceptance of his authority and decisions as a president of a country. The unforgiving campaign against illegal drugs had turned violent and bloody, as the “shoot to...

Extremists break Marawi City jail to free eight rebels

MARAWI CITY: Armed extremists stormed a provincial jail and freed eight local rebels, including three women, who were recently captured transporting explosives in Lanao del Sur in southern Philippines. The raiders, believed to be members of the Khilafah Islamiya...

Govt. economic plans help boost PH realty sector

MAKATI: Thanks to the positive impact of the government’s economic growth plans, the Philippine real estate sector will continue to witness the boom for next six years, global real estate service firm KMC Savills has predicted. “We see a very positive outlook for the...

10-year validity sought for Philippine passport

MANILA: The validity of passports must be extended from five years to 10 years, a partylist lawmaker has demanded. AASENSO partylist Rep. Teodoro G. Montoro has reportedly cited the need to amend Republic Act 8239, also known as the Philippine Passport Act of 1996, in...

Woman dies in Japan due to Pokemon Go

JAPAN: Authorities all over the worlds have issued warnings against playing Pokemon Go while driving since the popular smartphone app was launched. (AFP) A driver who was allegedly playing Pokemon Go hit and killed a woman in Japan. The police said on Wednesday that...

Etihad Airways employs 50 female pilots

Etihad Airways has marked Emirati Women’s Day by announcing that more than half of the UAE nationals employed by the airline are women, including nearly 50 pilots. "I fell in love with aviation during the 2007 Al Ain Air Show and joined Etihad the following year as a...

UAE entrepreneur gets inspiration from women leaders

The 28 year-old Souad Al Hosani is one of the Emirati women who continues to succeed in chosen career. Born and raised in Abu Dhabi, her entrepreneurial outlook has taken her to the presidency of Nexus Business Services, which provides start-up and operational support...

UAE students back to school

Schools across United Arab Emirates have burst back to life with the start of a fresh academic year. It will be a new experience for schools too, as private educators in different emirates align themselves to a more unified approach in official school inspections,...

‘Ate Vi’ proposes for a tax-free overtime pay

Philippines: Former governor and now Batangas Representative Vilma Santos-Recto has filed a proposal to the House of Representatives regarding the exemption of overtime pay from the computation of taxable income. Recto stated in her House Bill 2599 that the proposed...

Specialists authorized to take child away from abusive home

DUBAI: Now child protection specialists may enter a home and remove a person under 18 years of age who is being abused or neglected. Any person who hinders a specialist in their work can be fined up to Dh50,000, according to Article 61 of Wadeema’s Law, reported The...

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