A top official at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah has said that the airport administration is investigating the reasons behind the one-day strike that was staged on Friday by 380 baggag
Several businesswomen here want the Minister of Commerce and Industry to enforce a quota for women on the board of the Asharqia Chamber.
The Ministry of Commerce will soon be conducting inspection rounds on hotels and furnished apartments in Jeddah to monitor prices ahead of the spring break, which will commence on March 21, said Atiya
Batterjee Medical College for Science and Technology in collaboration with University of Maastricht, Netherlands, conducted a “Progress Test” for medical students on Sunday with the aim of strengt
Following the end of the amnesty, the Sri Lankan missions in Jeddah and Riyadh are witnessing a sharp drop in the number of runaway housemaids.
The Institute of Public Administration (IPA) will be organizing 105 training programs covering 2,480 government employees at its headquarters in Riyadh and branch offices in Jeddah and Dammam, Saudi P
Australian Ambassador Neil Hawkins hosted a reception on Sunday night for an 11-member delegation from the State of Queensland at his residence inside the Diplomatic Quarter (DQ).
The political turmoil in a number of Arab countries has forced Saudi investors to increase their agricultural investment in Asian and European countries to ensure food security in the Kingdom which im
Owners of damaged cars who have left them parked in Al-Aseel Street near Abqaiq High School or in any of the nearby neighborhoods have been warned to remove them, and some of them have responded posit
The King Saud University Hospital only provides medication for cancer inpatients and not for outpatients because there is no budgetary allocation for the latter, the hospital’s deputy director, Dr.
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