‘Bachelor-occupied apartments in Block 12 Salmiya belong to ex-political figures’

MP Abdullah Al-Kandari discovered that a big number of real estate properties rented out to bachelors in Block 12, Salmiya belong to former ministers, MPs and several government officials when he visited Kuwaiti families residing in the area recently.He explained this initiative was prompted by the increasing...

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Jleeb cleaning campaign postponed due to forecast of rain in the next few days

The Kuwait Municipality and a number of government agencies are determined to put an end to various kinds of violations on in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, reports Al-Qabas daily.The daily quoting reliable sources said a Joint Ministerial Committee has been formed to follow up the current situation in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh...

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‘No doctor receives money, gifts as bribe’

Ministry of Health has denied information circulated on social media recently about a doctor in an unnamed hospital who receives money and gifts to complete medical reports, reports Al-Anba daily.In a statement, the ministry pointed out that the mechanism of obtaining medical reports is legitimized by a patient...

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As crackdown begins in Jleeb, bachelors shift to Salmiya

As Kuwait Municipality tightened its noose around bachelors residing in family residential areas in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh to take legal action against them a large number of Bachelors (mostly Asian nationals) shifted to Block 12 in Salmiya to disturb families living in Salmiya reports AlRai.There have been...

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Light rainfall for 3 days predicted

Weather expert Adel Al-Saadoun said the country will experience light rainfall for three days, followed by low temperatures, reports Al-Qabas daily.Al-Saadoun told the daily the temperature will decrease remarkably on Monday, especially after the rain. He disclosed the northern winds will be cold and the temperature...

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Settlement offer from Talabat and Carriage refused

The Competition Protection Authority (CPA) has rejected the settlement offered by two delivery companies – Carriage and Talabat, reports Al-Jarida daily.CPA refused to dismiss the lawsuit against the two companies unless they address violations in the contracts they signed with restaurants and coffee...

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CSC gives MOH 6 months to provide accreditation certificates of doctors, pharmacists and nurses

The decision covers the doctors, the pharmacists and nursing staff in addition to the assistant medical jobs.The CSC has asked the Ministry of Health to provide it with the accreditation of certificates within one year from the date of contracting until the issuance of the executive regulation of the Ministry...

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Amir accepts government resignation

HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah approved the resignation of the government immediately after HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak submitted it on Thursday.The government resigned after receiving two no-confidence motions – one against Interior Minister Lieutenant General...

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An earthquake measuring 3.4 degrees strike north of Kuwait

A 3.4-magnitude earthquake was recorded on Friday night in the northern region of Rawdatain, reports Kuwaiti National Seismic Network.Dr. Abdullah Al-Enezi, at the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), said in a statement that the quake struck at 9:19 pmAl-Enezi added that aftershocks were...

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Security tightened at all border points to check shady persons, illegal items

All security authorities at the borders, especially in Abdally, have been instructed to toughen procedures, take the utmost level of precaution and inspect all equipment entering the country, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting security sources.Sources revealed that strict inspection procedures entail thorough...

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