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PHISGOC awarded as best SEA Games organizer

PHISGOC awarded as best SEA Games organizer

The Sports Industry Awards (SPIA) Asia has named the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) as the best organizer of the SEA Games. SPIA commends Phisgoc’s efforts in staging world-class opening ceremonies and for organizing the record 56...

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Roger Federer wows over 42,000 crowd in Mexico match

Roger Federer wows over 42,000 crowd in Mexico match

Roger Federer wowed thousands of spectators at the Plaza de Toros in Mexico City as he played for an exhibition match against Alexander Zverev. The 38 year-old tennis star played in front of 42,517 spectators packed into the Mexican arena, coming out on top with a...

Private companies helping out to ease SEA Games woes

Private companies helping out to ease SEA Games woes

Private companies and individuals are now helping out to ease the burden in hosting the 30th Southeast Asian Games, particularly in the football tournaments. Philippine Football Federation President Mariano “Nonong” Araneta told Inquirer.net that Southridge School in...

Manny Pacquiao appeals to set aside differences ahead of SEA Games

Manny Pacquiao appeals to set aside differences ahead of SEA Games

Filipino boxing champion and senator Manny Pacquiao said that the public should unite and support the athletes competing at the 30th Southeast Asian Games or SEA Games. Pacquiao added that Filipinos should set aside differences first amid shortcomings committed by its...

Triathlete at SEA Games recalls days as janitor

Triathlete at SEA Games recalls days as janitor

Triathlete John Leerams “Rambo” Chicano knows hard work. He used to mop floors and work as an assistant in a bike shop before making it as a representative of the country in the 30th SEA games. He is competing in the standard distance event of the men’s triathlon has...

SEA Games venues in Pampanga boast ‘high tech’ monitoring security

SEA Games venues in Pampanga boast ‘high tech’ monitoring security

The Philippine National Police (PNP) said all is set for the SEA Games event to be held in Pampanga which will be held amid high tech monitoring system. ABS-CBN News reported that the SEA Games activities will use a system tracker which would include a GPS system to...

Azkals draw Cambodia, 1-1 in  SEA Games opener

Azkals draw Cambodia, 1-1 in SEA Games opener

Philippine Azkals managed to draw their first game with Cambodia at 1-1 through a last minute goal by Dennis Chung in the under -22 men's football game at the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games). The game was held at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium in Manila....

Ex-Azkals captain Phil Younghusband retires from football

Former Philippine Azkals team captain, Phil Younghusband today announced his retirement from professional football. "Hanging up my boots!" Younghusband wrote on Instagram. "Thank you to my bosses, my coaches, teammates, competitors, and all the supporters who have...

Azkals to face off with Syria tomorrow

DUBAI: Fresh from their 2-1 victory against Maldives for their second victory in the joint 2022 Fifa World Cup and 2023 AFC Asian Cup Qualifying in Male last Thursday, the Azkals will be facing Syria tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 6pm at the Maktoum Bin Rashid Al...

San Beda Red Lions still alive for NCAA finals season 95

The San Beda Red Lions stays alive, maintaining their winning streak at the NCAA Men's Basketball. San Beda's Evan Nelle led the team in winning the Game 2 of the NCAA Season 95 finals against Letran at Mall of Asia Arena, Friday. Nelle was voted into the Mythical...

Azkals to compete vs Syria in Dubai

Fresh from their scoreless draw with China, the Philippine Azkals clinched their second victory at the FiFA World Cup Qualifiers defeating Maldives, 2-1 yesterday. Azkals is set to compete with Syria in Dubai on Tuesday next week. Iain Ramsay's and Patrick Strauss'...

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OFWs seek Supreme Court action on SSS law

OFWs seek Supreme Court action on SSS law

DUBAI: The ball is now with the Supreme Court to reinforce or nullify the constitutionality of the mandatory Social Security System (SSS) contributions for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). Under Republic Act No. 11199 or the Social Security Act of 2018, returning and...

Forced resignation: Does UAE law allow it?

Forced resignation: Does UAE law allow it?

DUBAI: It pays to know the law, especially if it pertains to employment – the very reason why most Filipinos are in the United Arab Emirates, in the first place. One such topic making the rounds in accommodations and even on social media via mostly Facebook accounts...

Oplan: Iwas Phone Scam

Oplan: Iwas Phone Scam

A Filipina duped out of her cash amounting to more than Dh20,000 made headlines in May this year. It sent shockwaves to Filipinos and other expats on how it is so easy for a phone scammer to siphon off their cash in a blink of an eye. But this particular incident is a...

Malacañang lifts suspension on PCSO lotto operations

Malacañang lifts suspension on PCSO lotto operations

Presidential Spokesperson Sal Panelo confirmed that President Rodrigo Duterte has lifted the suspension of Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) for lotto operations only. "The Lotto operation is less-prone to corruption because it is machine-operated. Maraming...

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