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- 08/25/15--14:00: Three injured in car crash
- 08/25/15--14:00: Elderly man commits suicide
- 08/25/15--14:00: 15-years for promoting ‘sectarian discrimination’
- 08/25/15--14:00: 4 dead, 50 injured in road accident
- 08/25/15--14:00: Three saved from drowning
- 08/25/15--14:00: Three expatriates injured in mishap
- 08/25/15--14:00: Wood workshop in Makkah catches fire
- 08/25/15--14:00: Saudi companies turn to LinkedIn
- 08/25/15--14:00: Haj vaccination campaign ends
- 08/25/15--14:00: Jawazat patrols tasks redefined
- 08/25/15--14:00: School bags given to needy children
- 08/25/15--14:00: Citizens bitter as trash piles up on streets in Jazan cities
- 08/25/15--14:00: Woman, 21, commits suicide in Makkah protection home
- 08/25/15--14:00: PJF marks I-Day in impressive manner
- 08/25/15--14:00: Male domination and women’s ‘defeatist’ attitude in civic polls
- 08/25/15--14:00: 12 Makkah eateries ordered closed for various violations
- 08/25/15--14:00: Disability can’t stop big dreams
- 08/25/15--14:00: New system streamlines labor investigation process
- 08/25/15--14:00: Voter registration slow
RIYADH — Three persons were severely injured after their speeding vehicle collided with a streetlight. According to Riyadh Red Crescent, the collision happened in Al-Natheem District. The driver of the vehicle was speeding at the time of the collision. All the injured received first aid at the scene, and were then taken to a hospital.
MAKKAH — An Asian man in his 60s committed suicide by hanging himself in a mosque in Joroul District. Makkah Police’s acting spokesman, Capt. Fahd Al-Malki, said police received reports of a man who had injured himself with a rope. Upon arriving at the mosque, police found the man’s body hanging on a staircase in the building.
JEDDAH — A Saudi man has initially been sentenced to 15 years in prison for a range of information privacy crimes as well as promoting sectarian discrimination. According to Jeddah Penal Court, the man had been in contact with several criminals in Qatif and had supported acts of rebellion against public safety. The police found incriminating messages on t
DAMMAM — Four people died and 50 were injured in a freak accident on the Al-Jubail Road. Eastern Province Health Affairs spokesman, Asad Saud, said the Red Crescent and Health Affairs cooperated to provide victims with rapid medical treatment. Because of the large number of victims, they were sent to two hospitals: Al-Jubail and Al-Qatif. Victims suffered
TABUK — In two separate incidents, the Border Guards on Monday saved three drowning persons. Tabuk Border Guards spokesman, Col. Abdullah Al-Ghurair, said officers rescued a 17-year-old boy who was found close to drowning after swimming in a prohibited area. He was given medical treatment on the spot and taken to a local hospital. According to Al-Ghurair,
TABUK — Three expatriates were injured after two trucks collided and caught fire on the Tabuk-Dhibaa Expressway. Tabuk Red Crescent’s official spokesman, Khalid Al-Enizi, said the three victims were in their 30s and suffered mild injuries in the fire. Paramedics took the victims to Dhibaa Hospital.
MAKKAH — A carpentry workshop on Makkah’s Al-Haj Street caught fire on Monday afternoon. Firemen were able to extinguish the fire before it spread to other shops and workshops. There were no injuries recorded and authorities are still investigating the cause of the fire.
Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — More than half of Saudi job-seekers now use Internet to find suitable jobs, according to a recent survey by job website LinkedIn. The website began offering an Arabic service earlier this year, and has over a million members in the Kingdom alone. LinkedIn’s head of talent solutions for t
JEDDAH — The Health Affairs concluded the three-day Influenza Vaccination Campaign on Tuesday. Jeddah Health Affairs deputy spokesman Hasan Al-Bahkali said all pilgrims and people working for the Haj campaigns were targeted during the campaign. “As part of the extended campaign, these vaccinations are available in every health clinic in Jeddah inclu
Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The patrols of the Passports Department (Jawazat) are now a separate authority. For two years, these patrols functioned under the Public Security Authority, Makkah daily reported. A source said Jawazat patrols will get back the responsibilities they enjoyed before they were put under the comma
Samar Yahya Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — With the beginning of the new academic year, Princess Hessa Bint Khalid Social and Health Development Center, one of Al Faisaliya Women Welfare Society branch, had distributed about 700 school bags to children of families sponsored by Al Faisalya Society. Al Faisaliya representativ
Saudi Gazette report
JAZAN — Citizens are bitter over the trash and waste that has been piling up on the streets of some cities in Jazan since Eid (mid-July), Al-Hayat reported.
Muhammad Maghfoury said trash has been piling in Jazan City, Abu Uraish governorate and cities near Jazan Valley.
MAKKAH — A 21-year-old female at a protection home for girls here was found dead after allegedly committing suicide, according to authorities.
Makkah Police acting spokesman, Capt. Fahd Al-Malki, said the police received a call from the protection home about the w
Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Like in previous years, this year too the Pakistan Journalist Forum (PJF) organized an impressive and colorful function to celebrate Pakistan’s 69th Independence Day at Spicy restaurant, Thalia Street recently. Distinguished members from Pakistani comm
Dar Al-Hekma University launched the Creativity Project for the academic year 2015-2016. The project was launched recently at Dar Al-Hekma University. This project is designed to deliver university-wide transformative training program for faculty members, heads of departments and new students. The new students will receive a new workshop for four years at the be
Fahd Bin Jleid Al-Jazirah Women candidates in the upcoming municipal elections in Jeddah are scared by a possible male domination of the election process. If this is the case in Jeddah, which is a city of immense social diversity, what will be the condition of women candidates in cities such as Arar, in the extreme north, a
Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette MAKKAH — The municipality here has closed down 12 restaurants for various violations including serving expired foodstuffs. It has also warned 14 other restaurants of similar punishment. Mohammed Hashim Fawtawi, director of the municipality's department of environmental
Shahd Alhamdan Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — When optimism becomes the spark of a person’s dreams anything is possible. Asia Alrobaei, a Saudi, suffers from hemiplegia, or paralysis of one side of her body. Despite her disability, she has achieved many of her goals. When she was only 8 m
JEDDAH — The Ministry of labor has issued a new regulation to streamline the investigation process. The aim is to unify the investigation process and stop any illegal practices. It also aims at enhancing transparency and increasing the level of awareness among investigators and improvin
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — Despite more than 1,200 polling centers across the Kingdom open and ready to register voters for municipal elections, registration turnout has been slow, with some centers vacant except for the presence of some government employees.
In Jeddah, lukewarm voter turnout prompted May