Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Health & Education

Saudi: More than 800 food venues shut down

Jeddah municipality has closed 879 food establishments and confiscated 16 ton of expired and rotten food as part of a campaign entitled “your food...

Expat Quality of Life in GCC – Bahrain is best, Kuwait...

First overall in the Expat Insider 2018 survey, Bahrain is the stand-out performer. Despite stronger-than-average personal finances, expats in the Gulf States struggle with...

Bahrain: 3 boys detained for brutally attacking a minor

Three minors were yesterday detained at a correctional facility for juveniles for brutally attacking another child in Hamad Town few weeks ago.  The directorate’s...

Manama Shapers – Interview with Lucy Wozniak

Interview  with Lucy Wozniak, Head of Learning Enrichment and Psychologist, Mns Bahrain.What inspired you to become an educational psychologist? I decided to pursue a career...

Oman Plans Mandatory Health Insurance Next Year

Oman is reportedly planning to implement a mandatory health insurance scheme from next year.Local media reported that the scheme is likely to be introduced...

Saudi: More Than 250 Tons Of Contaminated Rice Seized

A wholesale dealer of foodstuffs in Dammam was found guilty of violating the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law by possessing and offering for sale 255 tons...

Bahrain: Two Expat Doctors Found Dead In An Apartment

The double suicide of a man and his brother-in-law’s wife, both doctors, sent shockwaves across the Kingdom yesterday. The bodies of Dr Ibrahim Rawther...

Saudi aviation academy to open doors for first women pilots

A flight school in Saudi Arabia is opening its doors for women, following the end of a decades-long driving ban in the Muslim country...

Domestic cricketer collapses during practice game, dies

The cricketing fraternity in Oman was left in shock on Saturday after 39 year old Mohammed Ashfaque Shaikh, who played in domestic league, collapsed on the...

Kuwait: 70% Of Private Sector Expat Employees ‘Not Qualified’

According to local daily Kuwait Times, 70% of expat employees in Kuwait’s private sector are not qualified, the country’s Minister of Social Affairs and...
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