Alternatives to subsidy cuts must be found as Bahrain seeks to rein in public spending, a joint meeting of MPs and Shura Council members announced yesterday (May 24).
Shura Council financial and economic affairs committee chairman
Emirates National Oil Co (Enoc) went public with an offer to buy out minority shareholders in Dragon Oil, saying talks with a committee set up by the Turkmenistan-focused oil explorer had not yet produced the endorsement it believed its ‘f
EFS Facilities Service (EFS) plans to take its UAE business public, with the company targeting the end of this year or the start of next year for a listing on the Dubai bourse, its group chief executive said yesterday (May 7).
Public water sports and fishing facilities are being planned for the Manama coastline in Bahrain.
The Capital Trustees Board is spearheading the initiative, which would mean water sports enthusiasts no longer have to join private
A bus tour through Muharraq and Manama in Bahrain this weekend hopes to encourage more people to switch to public transport.
Members of the public are being invited to take part in the tour, organised by the Muharraq Communal Soci
Plans have been unveiled for an impressive public park featuring a reservoir, boulevard, sculptures by Bahraini artists and other facilities in Hamad Town.
It will cover an area of 60,000 sq m and initial designs also include a tr
A public consultation has been launched by Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) for a new approval regime for the importation and use of telecommunications equipment connected to public networks.
Bahrain’s new public transport network has been officially launched, aiming to modernise and upgrade the national public transport service and provide residents and citizen with a safe, accessible, high-quality system on par with global st
A Japanese garden that was built by a Bahrain resident more than 30 years ago could soon be demolished by authorities to make way for a new public park.
Briton Steve Vlajic told the GDN he was being forced to remove more than 200
Regional tensions and upheavals could threaten public health, Bahrain’s Premier said yesterday (February 24).
He urged the international medical community to sound alarm bells and warn against potential epidemics and infecti