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  • Heavy rains continue to hit Oman for next two days

    Muscat – The forecast for February 28 to March 1 indicates ongoing scattered rainfall across the northern governorates of Oman. Starting from Wednesday evening, the rain is expected to intensify, particularly over Buraimi, Dhahirah, and North Batinah on Thursday morning. Throughout the day, the rainfall will extend to Muscat, South Batinah, Dakhiliyah, North Sharqiyah, and […]

  • Dhahirah governorate shines at Muscat Book Fair

    Muscat – Dhahirah governorate takes the spotlight at the Muscat International Book Fair, showcasing its cultural richness and inviting exploration of its untapped potential in tourism and investment. Ahmed bin Rashid al Marsoudi, Director of Communications and Media at the Governor’s Office, underscores the collaborative efforts to highlight the governorate’s intellectual and scientific assets. The […]

  • 7km road worth RO480,000 complete in Dhahirah

    Muscat – The Dhahirah Municipality, through the efforts of the Municipality of Yanqul, has successfully completed a 7-kilometre-long internal road paving project in the wilayat of Yanqul. Costing RO480,000, the project serves a dual purpose – reinforcing the road network and accommodating the needs of a growing population amid urban expansion. Eng Salem bin Mohammed […]

  • Mwasalat’s new intercity bus service connects Muscat to Sharjah

    Muscat – Mwasalat has launched its pioneering intercity bus service from Muscat governorate to the Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, covering a distance of 203km via the wilayat of Shinas. With two daily round-trip journeys, the service commences from a transportation station in Azaiba. This initiative, initially experimental, aims to enhance transportation […]

  • Development of Hadash, Wakan villages to boost tourism

    The villages of Hadash and Wakan, nestled in the Western Hajar Mountains, have long captivated nature enthusiasts with their pristine beauty.

  • Book shedding light on medieval port city of Qalhat released

    The Ministry of Heritage and Tourism released a publication titled Qalhat, a Medieval Port City of Oman: From a Field of Ruins to Unesco

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