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  • Citizen drowns in Wadi Darbat

    Muscat –The Civil Defence and Ambulance Authority (CDAA) announced that its team in Dhofar Governorate received a report of a citizen drowning. In a statement, CDAA said the citizen had drowned in Wadi Darbat and was immediately taken to the hospital where he was declared dead on admission. CDAA has called on visitors in Dhofar […] The post Citizen drowns in Wadi Darbat appeared first on Muscat Daily.

  • MoH, Oman LNG sign agreements to finance two health projects

    Muscat – The Ministry of Health (MoH) on Tuesday signed two agreements with Oman LNG to finance the purchase of an ultrasound machine for the radiology department at Sinaw Hospital, and to finance a training programme for infection control and sterilisation cadres in accordance with international competence standards. The two agreements were signed by Dr […] The post MoH, Oman LNG sign agreements to finance two health projects appeared first on Muscat Daily.

  • Missing citizen found after 40 days

    Muscat – The Royal Oman Police (ROP) announced that a missing citizen, Bader al Houti, who had been reported missing for 40 days, has been found. In a statement, ROP said, ‘The citizen Badr bin Issa bin Omar al Houti had left his home, located in Mabelah, on June 6, 2022.’ ROP confirmed that he […] The post Missing citizen found after 40 days appeared first on Muscat Daily.

  • Hotel revenues in Oman rise over 120 per cent: NCSI

    Muscat – Revenues for hotels rated from 3 to 5 stars in Oman witnessed a remarkable increase of 121.4 per cent until the end of June 2022, reaching RO83,360,000, compared to the figures of the same period in 2021. The monthly statistical bulletin of tourism indicators issued by the National Center for Statistics and Information […] The post Hotel revenues in Oman rise over 120 per cent: NCSI appeared first on Muscat Daily.

  • 533 candidates vie for 51 govt jobs

    Muscat – The Ministry of Labour conducted tests for a number of jobs in various government units in North Sharqiyah, at the University of Technology and Applied Sciences in the Wilayat of Ibra, in which 533 candidates are vying for 51 vacancies. Salem bin Khalfan al Wahaibi, head of the Tests and Personal Interviews Department […] The post 533 candidates vie for 51 govt jobs appeared first on Muscat Daily.

  • Will people make use of public transport?

    Commuters cite cultural reasons being a major factor against uptake of public transportation in Muscat. The post Will people make use of public transport? appeared first on Muscat Daily.