OFWs File Complaint Against Woman Over “Online Paluwagan” Scam

A woman has been arrested by police authorities after allegedly scamming her victims of some Php 17 million last Thursday in Parañaque City.
According to a report by Emil Sumangil of GMA News, Jay-Ann Lozada was arrested in Merville after several complainants – most of whom were overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) – surfaced against her. Read more

Tips For Earning Up To P80,000 Per Month As A Home-Based Freelancer

There was a time when making big bucks while working as a home-based freelancer was unthinkable. Besides, most of us were taught while growing up that our best shot would always be to look for stable, full-time employment.
These days, however, countless individuals are earning a living while staying at home at the same time. With the help of freelance websites such as Freelancer, Outsourcely, and Upwork, people are making decent income from the comfort of their own homes. Read more

This Successful Seamstress Established A P4-Million RTW Business Using P5,000 As Capital

Is it possible to make millions out of Php 5,000?
If you ask45-year-old Corazon Bautista, her answer would be a resounding “yes.”
In an interview with Entrepreneur, ‘Nanay Cora’ shared the secret to her amazing success. According to her, she initially borrowed five grand fromTulay sa Pag-Unlad Inc.(TSPI), a microfinance institution in their area. The money, which she borrowed in 2008, had a loan term of 6 months. She used the money to start a small business. Read more

‘Badjao Girl’ Gets Scholarship and First Photo Shoot Gig

Since her photo went viral online, beautiful teenager “Badjao Girl,” or Rita Gabiola, captured the hearts of netizens everywhere. Read more

High School Dropout Tops Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) Michael Prince del Rosario

This is definitely a huge victory for Michael Prince del Rosario, a former high school dropout, who recently passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) for secondary level. In fact, he topped the said exam, having garnered a score of 92%. Read more

3 Tips for Spotting False Stories Online

Before, during, and even after the election period in the country, numerous false reports have spread about the presidential (and even vice presidential) candidates. Read more

Duterte Plans To Sell The Presidential Yacht When Appointed As President

Rodrigo Duterte, leading presidential candidate, have declared in a recent interview that he will sell the BRP Ang Pangulo, the presidential yacht. Read more

What Is Federal Government? | Cong. Alvarez and Sen. Pimentel Explain Federalism

When he ran for the highest post in the Philippines, former Davao City Mayor and now presumptive president Rodrigo Duterte repeatedly declared he believes that the country needs a federal form of government for it to truly progress. Read more

Duterte To Develop Rural Areas and Expand PhilHealth Coverage

As presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte promised during the three-month campaign period, he plans to promote rural development and expand health insurance coverage for poor Filipinos. Read more

Duterte Camp Urges PDEA To Contain A List of Drug Personalities

One of the main concerns of Rodrigo Duterte, the presumably next President of the Philippines, is to eradicate drugs within 3-6 months. Now, he is asking for a list of drug personalities in the areas of Western Visayas to be issued by PDEA.
PDEA is a government agency tasked to arrest and apprehend those drug violators. They are also mandated to seize and confiscate illegal drugs from individuals caught selling and having it in their possession.
Paul Ledesma, Regional Director of PDEA-6, said that a request was sent to him from a seemingly Duterte’s Cabinet requesting for a list of drug personalities situated in the Philippines. The Western Visayas Region is considered as his first target. It is mainly composed of six provinces namely, Aklan, Negros Occidental, Capiz, Guimaras, Antique, and Iloilo.
Furthermore, as a way to curb out the criminality in the country, a nationwide liquor ban is said to be implemented as soon as Duterte takes the seat. Buy and sell of alcoholic beverages are prohibited from 1:00 am until 6:00 am. The liquor ban is currently implemented in Davao City mainly because of work related reason that the next day will be a working day for restaurant staffs and customers.
According to the spokesperson of Duterte, Peter Lavina, this liquor ban has nothing to do with freedom issues because the people are not prohibited to drink at the comfort of their homes. Furthermore, not all were happy about this ordinance. Some businessmen felt that it was unfair and should get reconsidered. But as Duterte assumes the presidency, this ordinance is expected to get implemented throughout the whole Philippines. Read more

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