Soaring demand for part-time maids by Qatari families this Ramadan has sent their rates spiralling to new highs.
Law enforcement officers at the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) have detected five shops that had been selling or using expired products.
A Doha Criminal Court has fined a New Zealand national QR3,000 for consuming liquor and disturbing passengers on a Qatar Airways flight.
Hamad Medical Corporation’s (HMC) Bones and Joints Centre, also known as Orthopaedics Centre, in Old Salata in Doha has been closed down until further notice after a fire erupted in its parking lot
Customs officials at Hamad International Airport have caught a passenger carrying 52 reptiles, including snakes, in bags made of cloth.
The traffic department hopes to launch a recruitment drive for policemen soon, and may employ expatriates in large numbers.
Heavily reliant on foreign labour, Qatar is taking steps to make sure that workers’ housing accommodations are of global standards.
Employers would need to transfer the salaries of their workers to their accounts with banks or financial institutions within seven days of the due date once a wage protection system (WPS) is in pla
The labour force in the cultural sector has increased annually by seven percent, according to the report ‘Cultural Statistics 2014 in Qatar.’
Officials from Sheikh Thani Bin Abdullah Foundation for Humanitarian Services (RAF) yesterday distributed Iftar packets to people outside Hassan Ibrahim Al Asmakh Mosque.
Marriage is increasingly becoming a costlier affair in the Qatari community but for many families, that doesn’t pose a problem since their income is also going up.
A US embassy official has cautioned Qatar residents against spurious “America-based” universities that offer online degrees and advised them to verify their bona