- The cycling track in Aspire Zone will be closed Thursday and on Friday, as part of the preparations for the 27th edition of the International Association of Ultrarunners 100km World Championship.
- About 700 medicines will get cheaper from January 23 next year in the second phase of a price cut being imposed by the Supreme Council of Health.
Several ambulances, traffic patrols and fire brigades rushed to the scene of a car accident that reportedly injured five individuals including two women waiting at a bus stop.
Gulf Cooperation Council leaders agreed Sunday on the return of Emirati, Saudi and Bahraini envoys to Qatar after an extraordinary meeting in Riyadh, promising an end to eight months of tense relations.
Many expatriates from GCC countries visiting Qatar by road (through Abu Samra border post) are availing of the visa-on-arrival facility.
- Citizens have expressed concern over rising cases of overtaking from the right on the country’s roads, according to a Gulf Times report
- About 81,169 cases of different kinds were heard by the courts of all levels from April 2013 to March 2014. Of these, 17,819 or 21.9 percent involved bounced cheques.
- As part of the fourth phase of the C-Ring Road project works, part of Al Kinana Street and Qatari Bin Al Fujaah Street will be closed.
- A Qatari citizen has bid over QR 200 million to purchase an easy-to-remember car registration number 333355. We think this is crazy.
Amnesty International has warned Qatar that it is failing to tackle the abuse of migrant workers, according to a report by BBC.
- A survey that covered 8,571 households in Qatar has revealed that 12.1% of adults smoke tobacco.