Monday, February 18, 2019

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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Saudi to be prosecuted for calling expat doctor a ‘black slave’

Attacked doctor (in grey) and Dr. Al Rabia (in traditional clothes) Source: Twitter/SaudiMOHLate on Thursday, Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Health announced that its officials will take legal action against...

Supercar Blondie: the female supercar driver whose Instagram account is rocking...

As a young girl, Alex Hirschi drove a plain-Jane Mitsubishi for years. Now, at 30, she corrals a supercar stable that would make anyone...

Dubai jobseeker’s electric drive to join Tesla goes viral

In a bid to land a dream job at Tesla Motors, one proactive UAE job seeker has taken to the internet and social media...

UAE parents need close to DH1million per child to cover education...

Parents who raise their child in the UAE and later send them to a university outside the country can expect to spend not just...

What will we do when the expats leave?

What will happen when all the expats leave? Will we lose all our colorful diversity? Are we up to the task? Will we ever...

DH10,000 fine and deportation for giving out massage cards

Stricter penalties including a fine of Dh10,000 and immediate deportation have been proposed to counter the menace of massage card distribution in Dubai, a...

How much does it cost to move away from the UAE?

You need to ask yourself: Are you just taking a few boxes with you? Will you bring all your clothes and personal items? Do...

Selfless Indian serving Saudi woman offered a car

An Indian national living in Saudi Arabia was on Monday offered a car for his dedication to serving a senior Saudi citizen for two...

Expat workers stranded in Sohar will get NOC, company says

Stranded workers in Sohar will get No Objection Certificates (NOCs), an official from the company that failed to pay them for months said on...

Kuwait: poor priced out of health–expats to suffer

From the month of October, the majority of expatriates in Kuwait will not be able to afford healthcare services in the country, due to...
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