A momentous journey

By Abdellatif Sharaa Today marks the 60th anniversary of our beloved Kuwait Times. This is the place where I have spent many hours and days;...

Work less, achieve more

By Sahar Moussa Karoshi is a Japanese word, which means ‘death from overwork’— it was invented in the 1970s to describe deaths caused by work-related...

A witness to Kuwait’s history in the making

By Jamie Etheridge I came to Kuwait in 2004 to serve as the managing editor of Kuwait Times. At that time, there was great optimism...

Senior Kuwait Times staff look back

Islam Al-Sharaa I joined Kuwait Times in June 1983 and started working in the computer department to operate the image setter. There were five other...

In the aftermath, mountains of debt remain

By Sahar Moussa Many residents who left Kuwait during the pandemic were stranded abroad due to the airport’s closure. The reopening of the airport on...

The saga of being stuck abroad

By Chidi Emmanuel Like many people, I experienced an unexpected saga related to the coronavirus pandemic. What started as a one-month annual leave ended up...

The impact of expelling seniors from Kuwait

By Sahar Moussa When a person reaches the age of 60, they are sadly now considered a burden on society. Yes, maybe due to old...

A solution to the visit visa problem

Since the pandemic began here in March 2020, Kuwait Times has received thousands of queries and requests asking when Kuwait will reopen visit visas....

Saving money for our children’s education

If you are a new parent, you will want to do one thing right now, if you have not already—think of ‘saving plans’ to...

Tackling the tire mountain: Recycling plants in Salmi get to work

By Ben Garcia One hour and 45 minutes west of Kuwait City lies the biggest tire graveyard in the world. 42 million tires - at...

Meet ‘Big John’: World’s biggest triceratops on sale in Paris

A Paris auction house will seek to sell in October the world’s biggest known example of the dinosaur triceratops, known as “Big John”, with...

BTS effect resurrects out-of-print book on early death

The leader of K-pop sensation BTS has turned an out-of-print book into a bestseller in South Korea in just days, as fans flocked to...

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26th September