The work on the BD632 million ($1.6 billion) revamp of the Northern Road Intersection at Janabiya and Budaiya area in Bahrain is progressing well with about 70 per cent of the project completed.
The project involves transforming t
Major improvements to a busy commercial road in Bahrain’s Northern Governorate have still not been carried out, after seven years.
Residents have been complaining about traffic accidents and congestion clogging up on the &ls
Plans to renovate the 40-year-old Manama Central Market are among a number of projects totalling BD1.24 million ($3.2 million) that have been proposed for Bahrain's capital over the next two years.
They were drawn up by the go
UAE-based real estate portal propertyfinder.ae is set for a major revamp with several additional features including an all new real estate agents section that will enable customers to find the perfect representative.
Speaking at a
Bahrain-based Kanoo Group of companies is set to revamp its IT infrastructure to drive a new wave of growth and improve customer service across the region.
The group has enlisted global application delivery networking leader F5 Ne
A major shake-up of Bahrain's largest trade union federation is underway.
The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU), which until 2012 was the only labour federation in Bahrain, currently has more than 60 separate
The Bahrain's Ministry of Works, Municipalities & Urban Planning said it has completed the revamp of Turfa Ibn Al Abd Avenue in Manama (the part located between the Exhibition Road to the East and Al Fateh Avenue to the West).
Emaar Properties, a major Dubai-based global real estate developer, has announced a new organisational structure focusing on timely delivery of projects and world class customer service.
Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of Emaar Pr
Installation of new underground cables has begun in Bahrain as part of a major transportation overhaul that will relieve pressure on the busy Budaiya Highway and surrounding areas.
The Works Ministry is installing the new cables i
Hoteliers were briefed on new tourism regulations that include revamped categories for three, four and five-star hotels in Bahrain.
Officials from the Culture Ministry's Tourism Affairs Directorate met representatives of four-