Saturday, February 16, 2019

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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

At Riyadh gold souk, ‘Saudization’ spells scarcity of salesmen

A Saudi jeweller serves a customer in a shop in the Tiba gold market in the capital RiyadhA Riyadh gold souk festooned with glittering...

Old couple pay for Dubai holiday by selling tea

How many times have you wistfully stared at Instagram pictures of snow-capped mountains, long winding roads, and the Taj Mahal, planning that dream holiday...

Sponge Cola, a Filipino rock band enthralls spectators in Bahrain

Manama : A live concert by Sponge Cola, a Filipino rock band, yesterday at the Crowne Plaza Hotel was a huge success. Over 1500 Filipino fans attended...

Bahrain: Residency permits extended

 The Bahrain Ministry of Interior has issued a decision extending the validity of residence permits under personal sponsorship in Bahrain for up to five...

Rising prices in Saudi Arabia has an impact on Expats

DUBAI: Expatriate workers in Saudi Arabia will bear the brunt of rising inflation, according to a report by a London based economics consultancy.Jason Tuvey,...

Fun activities at malls part of ‘Shop Bahrain’

Manama : The shopping malls participating in the 4th edition of the Bahrain Shopping Festival continue to offer visitors a unique range of activities until...

Bahrain To Launch World’s Largest Underwater Theme Park

Bahrain announces the launch of the world’s largest underwater theme park, covering an area of over 100,000 square meters.The eco-friendly project will be undertaken...

Air India Crew members detained in Saudi Arabia over permit

The crew members of the Air India Flight 931 were returning to their hotel after having dinner when their taxi was intercepted by Saudi...

Red light jumper jailed, then deported

A lorry driver who has jumped red lights 11 times will be deported after serving a two-month sentence, a judge in Bahrain has ruled. The...

Oman: 161 companies questioned for violating Omanisation law

The Ministry of Manpower has announced that it has taken action against 161 establishments employing 6,959 people for not hiring Omani nationals.The Ministry added...
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