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- 07/24/15--14:00: _Paradox examples
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- 07/24/15--14:00: _Fake Saudization
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- 07/23/15--14:00: Services at our public hospitals need improvement
- 07/23/15--14:00: Car insurance companies drive up premium costs
- 07/23/15--14:00: Medical Blunders: Is insurance the solution?
- 07/24/15--14:00: 363,378 illegal Yemenis rectify status
- 07/24/15--14:00: Saudi arrested over wife’s murder
- 07/24/15--14:00: Third Saudi relief plane lands in Aden
- 07/24/15--14:00: Harassers of girls justify act as jesting
- 07/24/15--14:00: 112 spy cameras to monitor Corniche
- 07/24/15--14:00: Man with SR2b bank deposit under probe
- 07/24/15--14:00: 187,000 hacker attacks repulsed
- 07/24/15--14:00: King Abdulaziz Gate in Grand Mosque closed again
- 07/24/15--14:00: Paradox examples
- 07/24/15--14:00: If the Kingdom was as small as Malta
- 07/24/15--14:00: Fake Saudization
- 07/24/15--14:00: 55 students win Saed Al-Harthi Prize for excellence in education
- 07/24/15--14:00: Is technology to blame for rise in blackmail?
- 07/25/15--14:00: Public sector employees under watch for truancy
- 07/25/15--14:00: Women to run city council poll campaigns
EVERYONE knows the responsibility facing any health minister and the efforts he has to make to change the health landscape and the unacceptable services of our health system. Videos continue to crop up about the reality of our hospitals and the ministry continues to publish the decision
Saudi Gazette report The Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) monitors and supervises all financial institutions licensed to operate in the Kingdom. Insurance companies fall under these institutions but despite the fact that SAMA articles on customer protection require insurance companies to follow and abide by set prices of premiu
Saudi Gazette report MEDICAL errors can cause a lot of stress to the patients, doctors and medical institutions involved. In recent years, the number of medical errors occurring in public and private Saudi hospitals and clinics has increased. To counter this dangerous trend, concrete actions need to be take
RIYADH — The Passport Department has said a total of 363,378 illegal Yemeni residents have rectified their status as of Thursday.
The Passport Department called on Yemenis who meet the conditions for obtaining a visitor identity card to immediately visit a rectification center and submit their documents.
HAFR AL-BATIN — Police arrested a Saudi man accused of attacking his wife and causing a head injury that proved fatal. Col. Ziyad Al-Ruqaiti, spokesman for the Eastern Province Police, said Hafr Al-Batin Police received a report at 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday of a Saudi woman in her 30s who had been physically assaulted by her husband during a f
SHAROURAH — A Saudi plane carrying 12 tons of medical supplies landed at Aden International Airport on Friday. This was the third Saudi plane to arrive in the southern Yemeni airport carrying relief supplies in as many days.
On Thursday, a cargo plane belonging to the Royal Saudi Air Force delivered 10 tons of foodstuffs to b
JEDDAH — Several youths who were arrested for their role in the harassment of two girls at Jeddah Corniche have admitted they were in the video clip that showed a mob of young men surrounding and harassing the girls.
A source said the statements of the arrested youths differed, as some denied appearing in the video clip while
JEDDAH — Jeddah Municipality has revealed that it has started installing 112 surveillance cameras at the northern Corniche as part of efforts to clamp down on crime after the sexual harassment of two girls at the seafront by a mob of young men caused a public outcry.
Several teenagers were seen harassing two girls at the Corn
JEDDAH — The Criminal Court in Jeddah is looking into money laundering charges against a young man after his bank balance increased to more than SR2 billion.
During a first hearing on Thursday, the presiding judge adjourned the case and directed the concerned authorities to trace the defendant’s bank accounts in th
JEDDAH — The Information Technology Administration in the Ministry of Civil Service repulsed 186,823 attempts to hack the ministry's website and electronic network last year.
The network covers 7,933 outlets in the ministry's main and branch offices. — SG
MAKKAH — The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques has said King Abdulaziz Gate and part of the southern courtyard of the Grand Mosque in Makkah were closed to worshippers again from Thursday to give authorities time to complete the third stage of the mataf (walkway around the Kaaba) expansion project.
It is a paradox to see a corrupt official fighting corruption, a person who takes bribes discouraging the taking of bribes, a thief who calls for the hands of thieves to be chopped off and a debauched person calling to virtue.
This situation is similar to a black comedy scene that
Many government officials say that the Kingdom is not very big and that is why many projects are not being implemented.
They say that we could solve the problem of our schools being on land that is leased and build school from scratch.
However, they add that there is
THE suicide bomber, who is commended by the terrorist organization after he pulls off a suicidal operation, is the most despicable and insignificant member of a terror organization.
Because he is not very important and not good for anything, he is always ready to wreak havoc a
The Ministry of Labor has recently called upon citizens to check whether their names have been registered in a company without their knowledge.
The move comes to end the practice of faking Saudization and impose penalties on violators. Although a good move, it can only b
Saudi Gazette report TAIF — Fifty-five outstanding male and female students in different stages of education were awarded the Dr. Saed Bin Saad Al-Orabi Al-Harthi Prize on Tuesday evening. Khaled Said Al-Harthi won the distinction sword for coming top in the secondary school examinations
Saudi Gazette report As the number of Saudis who have turned to modern devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptop computers has increased to record levels, a rise in a particular phenomenon has been observed and extensively reported on in the local media: blackmail. Al-Riyadh daily reports on how men are
Saudi Gazette report A recent World Health Organization (WHO) study revealed that there are 6 million smokers in the Kingdom. The study estimated this number to jump to 10 million by 2020, Al-Riyadh daily reported. Around 12 billion cigarettes are smoked every year in the Kingdom, making it the fourth largest c
Saudi Gazette report
MADINAH — Many citizens have complained about public sector employees being absent from work even after the official Eid holidays have ended.
The complaints have prompted Madinah Control and Investigation Board to run intensive inspe
Saudi Gazette report
MADINAH — Saudi women will participate in the upcoming city council elections for the first time organizing campaigns for female candidates, Al-Watan daily reported.
The program was launched five years ago with training workshops and