HEALTH CARE: Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, center, was the chief guest at the event.
RIYADH: The Kingdom is moving in the right direction as far as combating drug trafficking and related crimes are concerned, a visiting UN official has said here.
DAMMAM: Security patrols in Alkhobar ended an agitation by workers demanding salaries and financial dues on Sunday.
RIYADH: The authorities have halted the production of specific type of cables at a manufacturing plant in the industrial area of Madinah, saying that their use is dangerous from the safety point of vi
JEDDAH: The Ministry of Education, through the Tatweer for Educational Transport Services that supervises school transport, is allowing the parents of school children to use electronic means to inform
RIYADH: A total of 790 decisions over the past year that were submitted to the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs have not been implemented.
AL-KHARJ: Women employees of a company that operates school cafeterias in Al-Kharaj have filed a complaint with the Ministry of Labor about various irregularities of their company.
JEDDAH: The police have formed a team to investigate the death of an Egyptian expatriate after he was attacked by robbers near the vegetable market in Sakaka recently.
JEDDAH: The main streets, public squares, gardens, parks and seafronts of Dammam are adorned with winter seasonal flowers which grow beautifully at this time of the year.
RIYADH: Election fever is set to grip the Kingdom with campaigning for the historic Dec.
JEDDAH: For Moneera, a working Saudi woman, going from her home to the workplace took 10 times what it usually takes because of the rains that recently fell on Jeddah.
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