HELPFUL: Station staff are at hand to help pilgrims board a train.
Electricity consumers face the risk of disconnection if their bills exceeding SR400 remain unpaid. Also, electricity bills will be issued in the names of consumers effective next year.
The Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (Haia) has launched a campaign on the importance of prayer in preventing people from sinning.
Rising extremism is causing significant concern among minority communities in Sri Lanka, particularly Muslims, Justice Minister Rauf Hakeem said in Riyadh during an interview this week.
The General Presidency for Youth Welfare (GPYW) in Jeddah recently launched a scout program with the participation of 50 young people from around the Kingdom.
A total of 530 distressed Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), stuck in Jubail waiting for their unpaid benefits, have appealed to their government to help them return home.
Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) have expressed happiness at the announcement that they can now pay for and secure their Overseas Employment Certificates (OECs) through the online portal when they go
The first group of young Saudi students has arrived in Malta to study under the King Abdullah Scholarship Program (KASP), said Maltese Ambassador Martin Valentino.
Two patients in Hafr Al-Batin have successfully undergone surgery for the removal of uterine fibroids.
An Asian expatriate who made off with nearly a quarter of a million riyals in cash in Jeddah has been caught by the police.
Citizens here have called on the Ministry of Labor to crack down on expatriate workers they say are running cover-up businesses at one of the oldest markets in the region.
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