From now on, expect a steady rise in temperature and some light rains

After a brief spell of pleasant, cold weather, the country is gearing up to once again face the scorching summer.

The wait nears an end as Doha Festival City poised for April 5 opening

After several delays, the Doha Festival City is finally gearing up to open its doors to the public on April 5.

Qatar approves labour law amendments

The Cabinet, in its regular weekly meeting yesterday approved a draft law amending some provisions of the labour law.

Qatar has become buyers’ market for home purchase

Qatar, which has become a buyers’ market for home purchase, could however see rents remain “stable” this year, a situation that is seen ideal for t

Qatar aims to generate $17.8bn tourism receipts a year by 2030

Qatar is looking to welcome 10 million visitors a year and generate $17.8 billion in tourism receipts by 2030, according to a new study.

Qatar Airways to fly to Chiang Mai

Qatar Airways is on track to provide Chiang Mai a direct air link to the Middle East later this year.

Ooredoo’s Supernet to connect Qatar Rail Red Line

Ooredoo and Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) have signed an important agreement that will see Ooredoo implement its next-generation In-Building

GCC Women's Games: Rich haul of medals for Qatar

Qatari athletes continued their fine run at the 5th GCC Women's Games by winning several medals on second day in various disciplines in Doha yester

After the brief, unusual wintry lull, summer days are here again!

People in Qatar may have felt things in the country were a little surreal, seeing one cold winter day after another in February and March.

Qatar sets sights on a smart future

The Smart Qatar Programme, Tasmu, and other digital initiatives are expected to generate QR40bn over the next five years, HE the Prime Minister and