Bahrain's ministry of works said the road infrastructure project at the Sanad area is progressing well with 73 per cent of the paving work on the dirt roads completed.
The BD517,507 ($1.36 million) project awarded to Al Wardi
Almost double the number of ships are due to visit Bahrain this cruise season compared with last, but the country is still falling short of its pre-unrest visitor figures.
A total of 36 cruise ships are scheduled to call at Khalif
Blueprints have been drawn up to build beach-side cabanas, recreational facilities, restaurants and souvenir shops at Hawar Islands in a bid to attract domestic tourism.
The Southern Municipal Council wants to promote the islands
A feasibility study on the proposed King Hamad Causeway, the second terrestrial link between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, would be completed in early 2015, said a report.
The study would include projections for the cost and dat
Polling stations across Bahrain opened this morning (November 22) to more than 340,000 nationals eligible to cast their ballots in the national elections, a report said.
Voting is taking place across the country's 53 polling s
Strict auditing measures to protect public funds in Bahrain represent one of the main pillars of reforms and development programme initiated by His Majesty King Hamad, the Crown Prince said.
These measures have also been aligned w
Bahrain has fared better than many of its GCC counterparts in a ranking of countries based on the percentage of the population estimated to be in a state of modern day slavery.
The Global Slavery Index 2014, released this week by
Italian timepiece manufacturer Officine Panerai has launched two new Special Edition watches, sold exclusively at the new Panerai boutique Located at Moda Mall in Manama, Bahrain.
Both of the watches are personalised with the same
Tenmou, Bahrain’s first ‘Business Angels’ organisation, in strategic partnership with the Economic Development Board, kick-started the celebrations of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014 at a networking dinner reception which
Women entrepreneurs have become more successful than men in the last seven years in Bahrain, according to United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (Unido).
The success rate of women entrepreneurs currently stands at 70 p