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Massage centre caretaker found guilty of hiring 7 foreign women illegally

PEKAN NENAS: A 39-year-old caretaker at a reflexology centre here was sentenced to three years' jail and three strokes of the cane by the Sessions Court here for hiring illegal immigrants.

Philippines’ spruced up Boracay reopens with new rules

Boracay: The Philippines has opened the doors to a spruced up and newly regulated Boracay, its famous holiday island that was shuttered to mend decades of harm caused by unchecked tourism.

Philippines opens cleaner, stricter Boracay to tourists

BORACAY: Tourists landed by the boatload Friday on the Philippines’ Boracay island, which re-opened with a slew of new rules after a six-month shutdown aimed at undoing the impact of years of being loved to death by millions of holidaymakers.

Duo who posed as cops get jail, whipping for gang robbery

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Two unemployed men were each sentenced to four years’ jail and two strokes of the cane by the Sessions Court here Thursday (Aug 23) for committing gang robbery against five Philippine masseuses while posing as policemen last week.

Police arrest 14 alleged prostitutes, seize 18 condoms and 4 towels at hotel spa

SERDANG: Police have arrested 14 women for alleged prostitution following a raid at a hotel spa at Seri Kembangan, south of Kuala Lumpur.

Fire dancers hope to keep flame alive during Boracay closure

BORACAY, Philippines (Reuters) - As night falls on the Philippine resort island of Boracay, beach-goers eat, drink and watch a troupe of fire dancers twirling flames and performing acrobatics.

Boracay staff appeal for aid after order to close

BORACAY: Along the shores of Philippines’ top holiday island Boracay, businesses like massage parlours, souvenir stalls, tattoo shops and boat rentals are still thriving while tourists bask in the sun on the powdery white sand, but not for long.

Philippines' Boracay workers appeal for aid after order to close

BORACAY, Philippines (Reuters) - Along the shores of Philippines' top holiday island, Boracay, businesses like massage parlours, souvenir stalls, tattoo shops and boat rentals are still thriving while tourists bask in the sun on the powdery white sand, but not for long.