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Two bettors win ₱1.180-B 6/58 Ultra Lotto jackpot

Two bettors win ₱1.180-B 6/58 Ultra Lotto jackpot

Two lucky individuals won the P1-billion jackpot in the Ultra Lotto 6/58 of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). PCSO announced that the two winners won the pot during the last Friday's draw. They will split the P1,180,622,508 prize, which will be subject...

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4th Filipino Times Awards honor Pinoy achievers, preferred brands

4th Filipino Times Awards honor Pinoy achievers, preferred brands

The Filipino community has become a major contributor of the development in the UAE. With an ever-increasing purchasing power, Filipinos are now the fastest growing consumer market segment in the UAE. DUBAI: Nobody said it could get any grander, but it did! The 4th...

Duterte set to ‘speak to the nation’ today—Palace

Duterte set to ‘speak to the nation’ today—Palace

President Rodrigo Duterte will be “speaking to the nation” on Tuesday, September 11, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque announced. During a press briefing, Roque said that Duterte announced in Davao City that he would like to address the nation tomorrow around 3 in...

Another batch of OFWs from Dubai returns to Manila today

Another batch of OFWs from Dubai returns to Manila today

A total of 112 undocumented overseas Filipino workers from Dubai have returned to the Philippines on September 10. The Department of Foreign Affairs said that the fifth batch of repatriates boarded Philippine Airlines flight PR 659 and landed at the Ninoy Aquino...

Emirates hailed as world’s best airline

Emirates hailed as world’s best airline

Emirates airline was hailed as the “World’s Best Airline for Long Haul Holiday” and “World’s Best Business Airline” by the Condé Nast Traveller Readers' Travel Awards. The award was based on votes from Condé Nast Traveller readers' which were collected from March 4 to...

Earthquake jolts Japan after Typhoon Jebi

Earthquake jolts Japan after Typhoon Jebi

UPDATED As of 1:10 PM: Only days after Typhoon Jebi ripped through the western part of Japan, an earthquake hit the northern island of Hokkaido on Thursday, September 6. The magnitude 6.7 earthquake lasted for almost a minute resulting to landslides which buried many...

Asian gang nabbed by UAE police

A gang of 17 men was arrested by the Sharjah Police after the owner of a warehouse reported them breaking into his property and assaulting the security guard. The Asian gang also robbed money and two phones from the security guard. Most of them are reportedly staying...

WATCH: Car ploughs into ATM booth in Dubai

Two people sustained injuries when a car ploughed into an ATM booth at the BurJuman shopping centre in Dubai on Thursday, August 30. A CCTV footage inside the booth recorded around 10:30 p.m. shows at least five men queuing up inside the booth to withdraw cash when...

Over 1 million students in UAE head back to school

Summer is over for over a million students in the UAE as they head back to school today, September 2, 2018. WAM reported that around 1.1 million students studying at 616 public schools across the UAE are going back to their classes, amid extensive preparations by the...

Exit permit for amnesty grantees valid for only 10 days

The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (FAIC) reminded amnesty grantees that their exit permits are only valid for ten days from the day it was issued. FAIC said that while there is no confirmation yet, the Directorate General of Residency and Foreigners...

90% of OFWs vitamin D-deficient

The relatively high temperatures make it less likely for the residents to put more time under the sun, hence leading to a tendency to develop vitamin D deficiency. DUBAI: The good news is that with the cooler “Ber Months” coming in, summer is on its way out. Odd as it...

Xiamen Airlines to pay Php33 million for NAIA runway mishap

Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) announced a Php33 million fine against Xiamen Airlines after one of its planes skidded on a runway at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) causing the closure of the main Manila runway for two days. MIAA General...

UAE mulls to issue jobseeker visa valid for 3-6 months

In response to the high number of expats who availed of the UAE general amnesty program, the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (FAIC) mulls changes in the current rules on issuing visas, including the introduction of visas specifically for jobseekers...

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400 parking slots at NAIA Terminal 1 open

400 parking slots at NAIA Terminal 1 open

With thousands of passengers accommodated by the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on a daily basis, no wonder thousands of vehicles also arrive at the airport to fetch their loved ones leaving or returning to the country. This also means a problem in looking...

WATCH: How will driverless taxis work in UAE?

WATCH: How will driverless taxis work in UAE?

After the launching of the driverless taxis at the Gitex Technology Week, which began on October 14, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) showed how the vehicles would work in the UAE. In a video uploaded on RTA’s page, the transport department showed the different...

Trillanes won’t run for 2019 elections

Trillanes won’t run for 2019 elections

Senator Antonio Trillanes announced he is not running for any elective post in the upcoming elections this 2019, while taking a swipe at Pres. Rodrigo Duterte. “Ipapakita natin kay Mr. Duterte na kahit wala ka sa puwesto, kaya mo siyang tindigan, basta nasa tama ka,”...

WATCH: Did Roque change tune on Duterte’s OFW kiss?

WATCH: Did Roque change tune on Duterte’s OFW kiss?

Former Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque admits that he personally found President Rodrigo Duterte’s controversial kiss with an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) inappropriate. During an episode of ABS-CBN’s Gandang Gabi Vice last Sunday, host Vice Ganda asked Roque...

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