The Doha Environmental Actions Project (Deap Qatar) has honoured 1,610 volunteers who took part in a series of clean-up campaigns at beaches across the country.
While the number of motor vehicle users continue to grow in Doha, Electric Scooter Qatar (ESQ) never fails to remind its thousands of members to be responsible and abide by traffic rules and regulations.
The sixth Local Dates Festival, which opened on July 15 and running until July 30 at Souq Waqif, continues to attract many visitors, offering popular varieties of fresh dates and dates products at reasonable prices.
With a relatively longer summer in Qatar this year, residents may find it difficult to get locally produced vegetables, especially tomatoes, at supermarkets until December, it is learnt.
The Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) is hosting an array of online and on-site workshops for all audiences this month and in August, including activities that aims to raise awareness on the importance of protecting the environment.
An increasing number of businesses in Qatar, including those who operate in malls, feel bigger spaces appealing to customers could bring in more profit in a post-pandemic era, it is learnt.
Shops and hypermarkets in the country are witnessing a surge in the demand for luggage and related accessories after the Qatari authorities recently announced the easing of travel and return procedures, it is learnt.
The ‘Seagrass Tales, Dugong Trails’ exhibition has been extended until September 1, giving residents and visitors the chance to gain a deeper understanding of this shy marine mammal that has inhabited Qatar’s waters for over 7,500 years
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