More than 200 students participated in an awareness campaign to support two young female candidates running in the upcoming Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) elections.
Authorities have closed down a gas station, arrested several workers and charged a Saudi businesswoman with fraud, for selling diluted fuel to unwary customers, according to an Internet Arabic newspap
The Ministry of Labor will soon launch a Web portal to receive comments from public and private businesses on labor laws and policies.
The Human Rights Commission (HRC) has slammed the Education Ministry for its poor performance in 2012, saying most public schools had failed to provide a suitable learning environment because of overc
Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, head of the Presidency for the Two Holy Mosques, on Tuesday honored Arnoud van Doorn, a prominent Dutch politician who embraced Islam, by conferring on him his cloak.
Four people out for a desert picnic in the Sultanate of Oman suddenly found themselves stranded in Saudi territory.
The government is determined to ensure all government employees provide quality public services for citizens, expatriates and pilgrims, said Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal here recently.
Car rental companies have incurred the wrath of the civic authorities who are taking action against dealers using the space in front of their outlets to park cars, causing immense congestion.
Many fishermen here say that extensive pollution of the Jeddah coastline has forced them to ply their trade in other areas of the Kingdom’s coastline including Al-Laith, Yanbu and Rabigh.
An expert has warned that the figure for road accident fatalities in the Kingdom is dangerously high and can be compared to the number of victims in war-torn countries.
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