The Housing Ministry has announced that it will construct 25,500 additional housing units in various cities across the Kingdom with the aim of easing the acute housing shortage.
Law enforcement authorities in the Kingdom arrested a person of European nationality who tried to enter the Tuwal border crossing into the Kingdom during evacuation operations of 500 Europeans, a loca
In support of Operation Decisive Storm, King Khaled University has provided more than 200 consultants, specialists and students to provide medical services to soldiers on the southern border, and supp
The Saudi Food and Drug Authority has banned the sale of any kind of drug over the Internet, while imposing stricter measures for organizing the import of drugs through transport carriers.
The police found a car here just three hours after it was stolen in broad daylight in the heart of the capital on Tuesday.
More than 9,000 job seekers turned up recently at the 13th Jubail Career Day organized by the Royal Commission in Jubail (RCJ), which saw the participation of 62 firms and government institutions.
Shoura Council members and staff have been donating blood throughout the week at their headquarters in Riyadh.
The Ministry of Labor plans to train and find jobs for 5,000 young Saudis by the year-end, in a special project with several training and labor bodies.
Government security and labor inspectors are now using state-of-the-art technology on computer tablets to identify whether expatriates are living and working legally in the country.
A lecturer from the Laureate Jeddah College of Excellence has been sacked for making derogatory remarks against Islam during his lecture in the class.
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