HURTING BUSINESS: Coronavirus has badly affected revenues of restaurants as customers fail to show up even in peak evening hours. (AN photo by Fouzia Khan)
A criminal court in Riyadh on Sunday issued its verdicts, sentencing 13 people to varying jail terms from one to 10 years, and acquitting seven others.
Jeddah police have arrested three Asian expatriates between the ages of 25 and 32 for the murder of an Asian expat in the Al-Faisaliah neighborhood.
The Ministry of Labor has announced the launching of the third phase of its website upgrade, which will enable citizens to make online appointments for seeking services provided by local labor offices
The Electricity Regulatory Commission (ERC) announced on Sunday new regulations that will guarantee the rights of tenants who are leasing houses from other landlords.
The Khak-e-Taiba Trust (KTT), Jeddah chapter, jointly organized an event with the Twin City Youth Welfare Association to bid farewell to the Indian Consul General Faiz Ahmed Kidwai at a local restaura
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has warned real estate developers against selling of housing units on maps to potential buyers unless they get the required licenses, Saudi Press Agency said.
The traditional ambience of Al-Rashid Qaisariya (old traditional souk) draws many residents and visitors of the Eastern Province especially during weekends, festivals and holidays and has become a
Several expat artists in Jeddah said that gallery owners had refused to display their art works due to the need for special licenses.
Eastern Province Gov. Prince Saud bin Naif will open the second “Nara’ak," Arabic for “we sponsor you," forum today.
Saudi Arabia ranks fifth among the world’s top 10 countries in e-government services and online government-citizen interactivity, according to a comparative study conducted by Accenture Internationa
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