Al Meera Goods Company has reassured customers that its food products are safe after a video on social media platforms alleged it was selling rotten meat.
The weather is expected to be windy and dusty today resulting in poor visibility by afternoon today.
The sea will be choppy with waves jumping up to 10 to 11 feet at times at places.
The traffic department is planning to link radar cameras directly to its control room so that violations can be recorded and sighted immediately as they occur.
Violators will be informed through the interior ministry's Metrash mobile phone service later.
As part of development work on the sewage network in New Slata area, the Public Works Authority, Ashghal, has announced road closures in New Slata.
A new law that enables a business licence to be issued the same day one applies will help attract more foreign investment, says the Minister of Economy and Commerce.
Traffic flow through Al Asiri interchange resumed yesterday with the opening of an additional east-bound carriageway from Salwa road.
All outlets, including cafes and restaurants, offices, industrial units and clinics, will have to remain closed for 90 minutes during Friday prayers.
The Supreme Education Council (SEC) has forced a private school to cancel its decision to impose "re-registration" fee on students, a local Arabic daily reported on Monday.
Vehicles parking at the long-term parking area at the Hamad International Airport (HIA) will be charged a fee of QAR2 per hour and QAR45 for a full day.
Customers will be able to pay by cash or credit card upon exit at one of the payment kiosks at the car park.
- Health inspectors launched an extensive campaign on Al Meera following complaints that the supermarket sold rotten meat to consumers.
A criminal court has sentenced a GCC national to seven months in jail and fined him QR768,000 for trying to smuggle large quantities of liquor into the country.
Operators of showrooms selling used vehicles say they have been suffering a drop in sales due to a variety of reasons.