Residents in Sharjah noticed that an advertising list emits intense lighting, which causes inconvenience to drivers and blurs their vision, and they demanded to address this problem.
Motorists complained about the spread of electric scooter users in roads and areas not designated for this means, and their sudden appearance in front of cars and on public roads, and demanded an end to these practices.
Students in public and private schools in Sharjah praised an initiative adopted by a company specialized in recycling textbooks, as it sends its employees to collect them from homes for free, instead of disposing of them in trash.
Parents suggested facilitating the procedures for opening bank accounts for children and youth, pointing out that some banks require several procedures and requirements that are difficult to provide.
Dealers have detected inconsistencies in the information provided by airline representatives in general, regarding travel procedures, specifically the requirements for the PCR examination, based on the number of vaccine doses and the time between the last dose they received and the date of travel.
A reader received a call from a fraudulent person who claimed to be from an official body, and asked her for her personal identification number to update her file, and when she refused, he sent her a message containing a secret number to convince her that he was from that party, then threatened to transfer her file to other parties and impose a fine of up to 20 thousand dirhams.
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