In the UAE, vehicles are driven on the right side â€“ the same as in the United States and Canada for example.
You must have a Residence Visa before you can apply for a driver’s license. Therefore you will not be able to drive for up to one month. Only those entering the UAE on a Visit Visa can rent a car or those holding a driv…[Read more]
I’m wondering if anybody out there know of any affordable gynaecologist in town. I’ve asked a few people and two out of ten had asked me to check out the Gleneagles Hospital, the most expensive doctor and the best gynecologist in town. Some had adviced me to check out at Tung Shin Hospital and also the University Hospital. I would like to know…[Read more]
The Arab Republic of Egypt, commonly known as Egypt, (in Arabic: مصر, romanized Misr, in Egyptian Arabic Másr), is a republic in North Africa. While most of it is geographically located in Africa, the Sinai Peninsula east of the Suez Canal is in Asia and Egypt is often associated with the Middle East.
Covering an area of about 1,020,000 km², Egyp…[Read more]
Directory of the best nightclubs in town :
Local Favorite with Live Entertainment
The Palm Hotel Dubai
T: +971 439 922 22
Al Pasha Restaurant & Keyclub
Life in Arabia
Airport Road Dubai
T: +971 4 282 3464 / F: +971 4 282 3781
Wild West Bar & Restaurant
Sea Shell Inn Dubai
T: +971 4 393 4777
Tex-Mex and…[Read more]
A senior Hindi teacher at Sunrise School in Abu Dhabi has died of coronavirus, it has been confirmed.
Anil Kumar, 50, passed away on Sunday morning, May 24.
A statement Gulf News was sent read, “The sad and shocking demise of Mr Anil Kumar, a senior Hindi teacher of Sunrise School on May 24, has left the entire Sunrise family in a pall of g…[Read more]
Hundreds of thousands expatriate workers from Gulf states are bearing the brunt of job losses and millions fear being stuck in a virus limbo as host countries lock down, employers withhold wages or mull redundancies and strict coronavirus containment measures are enforced.
Experts say Gulf countries will see a large outflow of expatriate workers…[Read more]
Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) participants will have to be undergo compulsory quarantine when they return to Malaysia, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
“The government is aware that many are eager to return but this has not been decided and for now, they are not allowed to come back to Malaysia.
“I believe they will be…[Read more]
Expat News started the topic Learners can benefit for exams from Study specialist – New Era in the forum Namibia 3 days, 14 hours ago
WINDHOEK – Study Skills specialist Paul Tosio, director of the Juno Study Course, is heading to Namibia. WINDHOEK – More than 200 qualifications were …
Expat News started the topic Calculating tax liability for expats during Covid 19 crisis in the forum China 3 days, 14 hours ago
Due to the pandemic spread of COVID-19, countries worldwide, including China, have implemented travel restriction policies that have prevented the return of foreign nationals to the workforce. China announced the Temporary Suspension of Entry to Foreign Nationals policy on March 27, which took effect the following day, from March 28, 2020.
Expat News started the topic Expats living in Australia have trouble downloading Covid-19 app in the forum Australia 4 days, 1 hour ago
Tech experts have warned overseas students and backpackers could be deterred from downloading the government’s COVIDSafe app as the country is starting to reopen because Australian accounts and phone numbers are needed to sign up.
The concerns have prompted the health department to promise it is working on making the app more accessible to users…[Read more]
HEALTHCARE IN MALTA
Malta has a comprehensive health service which is funded from taxation and is free to patients. All EU nationals resident in Malta are eligible to receive free medical treatment from government-funded hospitals and clinics. The main general hospital is St Luke’s in Guardamangia, where all major operations are performed. T…[Read more]
Singapore authorities ordered several restaurants in a neighborhood popular with expatriates to immediately stop selling takeaway alcohol, after several foreigners didn’t adhere to social distancing measures outside of the premises.
Enforcement action will be taken against business operators and individuals for non-compliance, Minister for the E…[Read more]