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- 06/23/15--14:00: ‘Women’s participation in city council polls to benefit society’
- 06/23/15--14:00: Cabinet stresses support for all steps to end Yemen crisis
- 06/24/15--14:00: Several injured in Makkah brawl
- 06/24/15--14:00: Officer found dead inside car
- 06/24/15--14:00: 8 people injured in apartment fire
- 06/24/15--14:00: 229 expats caught working as guards
- 06/24/15--14:00: Driver killed in Bahra crash
- 06/24/15--14:00: Pakistani couple – an icon of social interaction
- 06/24/15--14:00: Audience enthralled at VIP event
- 06/24/15--14:00: BIL hosts graduation ceremony of children with special needs
- 06/24/15--14:00: Hygienic slaughtering
- 06/24/15--14:00: Blackmailer handed six years jail, 150 lashes
- 06/24/15--14:00: Madinah airport ready for peak traffic
- 06/24/15--14:00: Municipality clears random market
- 06/24/15--14:00: GOSI initiates process to correct discrepant social security records
- 06/24/15--14:00: ‘Sister killer’ recounts gruesome murder on visit to crime scene
- 06/24/15--14:00: Jeddah’s burgeoning rat problem ‘alarming’
- 06/24/15--14:00: Korea, coronavirus and us
- 06/24/15--14:00: Sheikh Sudais thanks Boy Scouts
Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — “I am very sure most of the graduates here (today) will come back to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for a better future, because this country offers a very bright future for all those people who possess skills like doctors, engineers, accountants or any other specific p
RIYADH — The city council elections for 2015 will have women candidates and start on Aug. 22.
Riyadh Municipality’s Women Services General Manager Haifa Al-Nassar said the elections would start in August and end on Dec. 13.
She said: “In
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — The Kingdom sincerely supports all measures to end the crisis in Yemen, the Cabinet said on Monday.
The weekly meeting of the Council of Ministers, presided over by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, also reiterated the Kingdom's rejection of any foreign intervention
MAKKAH — Police arrested a number of people involved in a brawl in Al-Kaakiya neighborhood. A number of people were injured and transferred to hospital. Police said initial investigations revealed the fight started because of a disagreement between two groups. Police will transfer the case to the Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecutio
MAKKAH — The body of a man found dead inside his car in the Al-Kaakiya neighborhood belonged to a 40-year-old police officer who was on his way home from work, Makkah Police spokesman Lt. Col. Ati Al-Qurashi said in a statement. According to initial examinations by forensics teams, the officer died of natural causes. The body was taken to th
BURAIDAH — Eight people suffered smoke inhalation when a fire started in an apartment building in Al-Rawda District of Buraidah. Civil Defense teams arrived at the location and rescued the family and controlled the fire before it spread. The father arrived at the location after he heard about the fire and transferred his family to a nearby h
RIYADH — Police recently arrested 229 illegal expatriates working as security guards in a number of establishments during a police campaign last week. The police campaign covered companies, health establishments and a number of shops. The vast majority of security guards were of Yemeni nationality. Police transferred their
The driver of a small car, whose body is seen covered on the ground, was killed when his car collided with a truck in Bahra, 20 kilometers east of Jeddah. — Okaz photo
Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette Abraham Lincoln said: “I like to see a man proud of the place in which he lives. I like to see a man live so that his place will be proud of him.” This visionary thought drives Dr.Erum Qalbani and Dr. Mansour Memon — a prominent Pakistani couple.
Anaya Sheikh RIYADH — Expatriates here denounced the cowardly terror attacks in the Eastern Province during a recent event here organized by Versatile and Intellective Productions (VIP), attended by some 700 Asian expat families mostly youths.“Saudi Arabia is a p
Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Braeem Independent Living (BIL) hosted the graduation ceremony of children with special needs, which was held at Sheraton Ballroom recently. BIL is a center that provides services to students of many disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down
The Eastern Province Municipality has warned people against slaughtering their animals outside the designated slaughterhouses. Muhammad Al-Sufyan, municipality spokesman, said that there is a great risk in slaughtering animals outside because it is done at the hands of untrained and unqualified workers without the presence of a veterinarian who can examine the ani
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — The Court of Appeals in Makkah has upheld a verdict issued by the summary court in Taif sentencing a Saudi man to six years in prison and 150 lashes for blackmailing a young woman.
According to Al-Watan daily on Wednesday, the man picked up
Saudi Gazette report
MADINAH — The new Prince Muhammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport will receive more than 350,000 travelers who will arrive in the holy city during the holy month of Ramadan to pay homage to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and pray in his mosque. The airpo
Inspectors from Al-Shawqeya branch municipality in Makkah raided a random market and razed number of illegal stalls that were selling rotten fruit and vegetables. A number of street peddlers who were violating the residency law were also arrested. Some 80 stalls were removed and fruit and vegetables that were not good for human consumption destroyed. Teams from po
JEDDAH — The General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI) reported 15,000 to 18,000 women had their accounts with the organization frozen because they were ineligible for social insurance.
A source from the Ministry of Soc
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — A man who killed his sister has reportedly confessed to police and visited the crime scene to show officers how he committed the crime.
He told police that he killed his sister, who worked for a private company in Jeddah, by shooting her fi
JEDDAH — Citizens have called for new methods to combat an alarming increase of rats in Jeddah, especially at the beach.
Answering a Saudi Gazette question about the estimated number of rats in the city, Jeddah Municipality spokesman
Fahd Jleid Al-Jazirah I FEEL ashamed every time I read an article about how South Korea had dealt with the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus. I automatically compare what South Korea has been doing to what we have done, which is not much. No doubt I find excuses for our Ministry of Health beca
President of the Two Holy Mosques Affairs Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais receives a group of Boy Scouts in the Grand Mosque in Makkah on Wednesday. Sheikh Sudais thanked the young Saudis for their volunteer service to the pilgrims and visitors in Makkah and Madinah, particularly during Ramadan. — SG photo by Badea Abu Al-Naja