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Dubai makes it to Lonely Planet’s top 10 cities to visit in 2020

With the upcoming World Expo 2020, Dubai has been recently placed in Lonely Planet's top 10 cities to visit next year. Dubai ranked 9th in the list of cities that were voted by a panel of travel experts. Lonely Planet also highlighted the opening of the Museum of the...

Al-Futtaim Toyota goes pink this October

DUBAI: As part of its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Al-Futtaim Toyota, in collaboration with Pink Caravan mini-mobile clinic has provided free screenings to over 120 female associates in the third week of October. As part of the initiative, up to 70 women...

Emirates NBD & BDO Unibank DirectRemit challenges OFWs to a Basketball Shootout!

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Jul. 18, 18 | 3:46 pm

OFWs who love playing basketball are invited to show their skills in the Philippines’ most popular sport at the Emirates NBD and BDO Unibank DirectRemit’s Basketball Shootout! Tons of prizes await those who will rise up to the #WinItInAMinute challenge happening at the Sheikh Saeed Halls in the Dubai Sports World DWTC, this July 20 from 12:00 nn to 5:00 pm.

The challenge is open to all OFWs present at the venue who is at least 18 years of age and is a bonafide UAE resident.

Emirates NBD and BDO Unibank DirectRemit allows OFWs to send their remittances and have their family and loved ones in the Philippines receive it within 60 seconds. The service is available across all Emirates NBD outlets across the region.

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Dubai makes it to Lonely Planet’s top 10 cities to visit in 2020

Dubai makes it to Lonely Planet’s top 10 cities to visit in 2020

With the upcoming World Expo 2020, Dubai has been recently placed in Lonely Planet's top 10 cities to visit next year. Dubai ranked 9th in the list of cities that were voted by a panel of travel experts. Lonely Planet also highlighted the opening of the Museum of the...

Saudi bans using curtains in car

Saudi bans using curtains in car

Drivers using curtains in their cars in Saudi Arabia are committing a traffic offense and will be fined up to SR300 ($80), according to the local media. The Traffic Police Department said using curtains in cars is one of the main causes of accidents in the Gulf...

WATCH: Saudi party turns chaotic as guests begin fistfight

WATCH: Saudi party turns chaotic as guests begin fistfight

Scores of men fought each other with fists and head covers at a party that suddenly turned into a fistfight in Saudi Arabia. A video published in local newspapers showed several guests at the part in the Northern town of Rafha punched and kicked each other as women...

Sarah Geronimo fulfills dream movie project with “Unforgettable”

Sarah Geronimo fulfills dream movie project with “Unforgettable”

Popstar Royalty and Box Office Queen Sarah Geronimo surprises her fans with a new movie that she never expected to fulfill. Geronimo shares that the full-length dog movie was a ‘dream project’ which she has long wished to do. Conceptualized and co-directed by the...

Al-Futtaim Toyota goes pink this October

DUBAI: As part of its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Al-Futtaim Toyota, in collaboration with Pink Caravan mini-mobile clinic has provided free screenings to over 120 female associates in the third week of October. As part of the initiative, up to 70 women...

Duterte says he’s in ‘pain’ after motorcycle accident

President Rodrigo Duterte has revealed that he is in pain after his motorcycle accident last week. The President has decided to cut short his trip to Japan to witness the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito this week. In a short Facebook live video of Senator Bong Go,...

Woods more likely to use one of his wildcards on himself

NARASHINO, Japan: Tiger Woods has indicated he might use one of his four Presidents Cup captain’s picks on himself, noting that his fitness was ahead of schedule following an arthroscopic knee surgery. “I’m probably a week early. My season had ended a little bit...

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