Tuesday, September 25, 2018

GCC Countries

Makkah to launch biggest gold mine

The Makkah governorate of Saudi Arabia, is set to launch the Al-Duwaihi gold mine and factory and other mining infrastructure projects in the Makkah...

SAUDI ARABIA RESTORES CIVIL SERVICE AND MILITARY ALLOWANCES

The measures were the first pay cuts for government employees, who make up about two-thirds of working Saudis.RIYADH – Saudi Arabia’s King Salman issued...

Rich Kids of Dubai…

With no jobs to worry about, every day is a holiday for these spoilt youngsters. As these envy-inducing pictures prove, it’s hot in Dubai and...

Are tourists visiting the UAE exempt from traffic fines?

A card with a Dubai Police logo has gone viral on social media, saying that tourists and visitors who flout traffic rules could be...

Saudi Arabia to become more “fun” – OFFICIAL

It’s a new thing in Saudi Arabia: fun. Citizens must have more of it — at least that is what has been decreed by...

Saudi Arabia seeks to attract tourists

  Vision 2030, Saudi Arabia’s long-term blueprint for weaning itself off its reliance on oil revenue, involves investment to the tune of $20m – including a...

Only Saudi citizens to be employed in Saudi shopping malls

The Saudi retail sector currently employs 1.5 million workers, of whom only 300,000 are SaudisSaudi Arabia’s labour minister issued an order on Thursday to...

Shrimping ban a boon for poachers

The six-month ban imposed on "shrimping activities" in Bahrain is turning out to be a boon for poachers and smugglers who are selling tonnes...

MPs criticize Bahrain’s hefty new traffic fines

“People are selling their furniture to pay for their traffic fines" claimed MP Jamal Dawood in parliament yesterday, adding; "what we receive from the...

Good times ahead for UAE jobseekers

Jobseekers in the UAE have had a tough time last year due to a slowdown in hiring brought about by challenging economic conditions, however...
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