- 3 Pinoys From HK Busted in Indonesia for Drugs
- Aquino Urged to Allow Direct Hiring in HK, Crack Down on Greedy Recruiters
- PHL Consulate HK Advisory: Closed on Apr 4 and Apr 9
- Two Filipinas Charged With Manslaughter in Hong Kong
- ‘No Plans of Going Home,’ Declares Vallejos After Permanent Residence Verdict
- Placement Agencies End Ban on Sending Filipino Helpers to HK
- HK Ruling May Result in Unfair Treatment of Filipina Maids
- HK Top Court Rejects DH Permanent Residence Appeal
- Pinay in Hong Kong in Stable Condition After Contracting Deadly Flesh-eating Disease
- Pinay Seriously Hurt, Husband Killed in Attack by Teenage Son, Pal in HK
Filipino Nurses, Medical Staffs Flee From Libyan Hospital Amid Fresh Clashes
At least 22 Filipino nurses and medical staffs working in Misrata City in Libya have been evacuated to safer grounds following fresh clashes between pro and anti-Gadaffi forces just 187 kilometers east of Tripoli, the Migrante-Middle East...
Recruiters See More OFW Deployment in Iraq, Libya
More Filipino workers are expected to get employed overseas with the lifting of the deployment ban in Northern Iraq and Libya. Recruitment leaders reported yesterday that more than a thousand job orders in the hotel and health...
1,700 Jobs in Libya for Filipino Nurses
About 1,700 jobs await Filipino nurses in Libya, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said yesterday. Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz said the government would resume deployment as soon as the partial ban has been lifted. “We...
PHL Alert Level in Libya Lowered From “4″ to “2″
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said on Tuesday President Benigno Simeon Aquino III approved its recommendation to lower the alert level in Libya from “4″ (evacuation/mandatory repatriation) to “2″ (restriction phase). “This lowering of the alert...
Palace Asked to Lift Deployment Ban to Libya
THE Philippine Overseas and Employment Administration (POEA) recommended to Malacañang the resumption of deployment of Filipino workers as well as the return of close to 10,000 repatriated workers to Libya owing to the stabilization of the security...
Almost 100 Filipinos Snuck Back Into Libya
ALMOST a hundred Filipino workers have snuck back into Libya despite a deployment ban to the country, a recruitment consultant said on Tuesday. An estimated 50 to 80 Filipinos have returned to their jobsites in Libya, Emmanuel...
Ban on Deployment in Libya Stays
The Philippine government would still review the current security situation in Libya before coming out with a decision whether or not to lift the deployment ban on overseas Filipino workers (OFW) following the death of Moammar Ghadafi....
Pinoys in Libya Willing to Take Part in Rehab Work
After weathering months of tension and uncertainty, Filipinos who stayed in Libya despite the armed conflict and destruction are willing to take part in the country’s rebuilding efforts. Regilito Laurel from Manila and Almahdi Alonto from Mindanao,...
Filipinos Choose to Stay in Libya Despite All Odds
Outside a travel agency, a Bangladeshi man slowly sweeps the steps. It could be Saudi Arabia. He wears the same blue uniform and sweeps in the same slow, methodical way, brush and pan in hand. Except that...
OFWs Now Trust Churches More Than Embassies For Help?
Filipinos in trouble at work abroad are trooping to churches, instead of embassies, to look for help. At least that’s the observation made by Church-People Workers Solidarity (CWS) spokesman Gary Martinez, regarding how many overseas Filipino workers...