TELLING SIGNS: Sandstorms and heavy traffic contribute to Riyadh being among the world’s most polluted cities. (AN photo)
The Kingdom spends more than SR6 billion a year on energy drinks, investors and businessmen at the Council of Saudi Chambers have said.
The Council of Ministers on Monday set up a 21-member commission to settle labor disputes in the Kingdom.
More than half a million foreign workers were reported as runaways across the Kingdom last year, equivalent to 7 percent of the more than 7 million expat workers Kingdom-wide, according to statisti
The soaring rents of four-room apartments are becoming a financial problem for many Saudi families who don’t own homes.
The Islamic Online University (IOU) in Riyadh recently organized an awareness day to discuss the need for Muslim experts in various fields, including finance, education, psychology and missionary w
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) celebrated International Women’s Day at its headquarters on Sunday.
Jeddah Police have clamped down on street vendors selling illegal SIM cards warning them of punitive action due to violation of local laws.
With the specter of unemployment hanging over many Saudis at present to the extent that it casts its shadow over many economic functions and forums including the upcoming Jeddah Economic Forum (JEF
A criminal court in Riyadh has sentenced two Saudi political activists to 10 years and eight years in prison respectively for inciting violence in the eastern city of Awamiya using social media platfo
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
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