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16-year-old Qatar-based violinist wins Gulf music award

The 16-year-old prodigy played tunes by some of the world’s most famous composers.  Violinist Tricia NG, from Parkhouse School Doha, won the pan-Gulf music competition for young singers and instrumentalists. Despite this being her first time...

How EAA is helping children get back into classrooms

Thousands of children in Qatar are receiving much-needed assistance from the Education Above All Foundation (EAA). Education Above All (EAA), through the Together Project, has stepped in to help thousands of students facing barriers to...

Right to education among Qatar’s top priorities: official

Qatar has underlined the importance of promoting and protecting children’s rights at the 46th session of the Human Rights Council.  The right to education is among the most major priorities for Qatar, a senior official...

Doha Toys Town: A ride back in time to Qatar’s first indoor amusement park

Doha News takes another trip to nostalgia-town with a visit to one of the spots that played a prominent role in the lives of those who grew up in Qatar. You probably remember this place...

Quarantine policy for children of vaccinated parents ‘under review’

Ministry officials said a decision regarding quarantine policies for children of vaccinated parents will be publicised soon. The Ministry of Public Health is reviewing quarantining procedures for children who are not eligible for the Covid-19...

Five nostalgia-inducing mobile games

Remember the good old pixelated days before we had Playstation and Xbox? As we race into an uncertain future, it’s often fun to look back and enjoy some blasts from the past. This week, we’ve...
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