Latest Bahrain News
New schools, health centres, likely in Bahrain, soon -27/9/2011
As a part of efforts to expand educational and health services, Bahrain has announced construction of new schools for students, in accordance with the directive issued by HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
Major expansion contracts given away for Bahrain International Airport -20/9/2011
Major contracts for expansion of Bahrain International Airport (BIA) will be awarded shortly, aiming for atleast 50percent of expansion of airport capacity, according to a senior official.
Bab Al Bahrain post office to be transformed into Museum to draw tourists -20/9/2011
The Bab Al Bahrain Post Office, one of the historical landmarks at Manama Suq, Bahrain, will undergo a revamp in order to draw more tourists into the area.
Bahrain-Qatar Causeway to undergo major re-designing -20/9/2011
The construction work on the $5bn Qatar-Bahrain Causeway will begin when the major re-designing of the causeway is completed, a senior government official in Bahrain has revealed.
Gulf Air to re-instate dismissed employees -16/9/2011
The National Carrier of Bahrain, Gulf Air, has agreed to re-employ another 79 workers who were dismissed during the recent unrest, bringing the total back to 136.
Muharraq to house the first entertainment park in Bahrain -16/9/2011
A new garden, worth BD100,000 is likely to come up in Bahrain, which will turn to be an education an entertainment venue, a top official has revealed.
Southern Governorate Public Park to be unveiled within two months -7/9/2011
The long-awaited public park project, along the Southern Governorate, will be open to public within two months, a top councillor said.
Salmaniya Water Garden revamp plan underway -7/9/2011
Plans are underway to revamp the Water Garden in Salmaniya into a major tourist attraction by including a public park and nature sancturaries, with the councillors demanding that work begin immediately.
Bahrain to kick-start coastal development -7/9/2011
In order to improve facilities for families, coastal developments are likely to come up in two villages in Bahrain.
Plan underway to build beach chalets in Muharraq -2/9/2011
Muharraq may shortly house its own beach chalets, ready to be rented to residents and visitors, hinted Abdulnasser Al Mahmeed, Muharraq Municipal Council Chairman.
Work on Hidd Township progressing on track -2/9/2011
Work on one of the major phase of the BD40mn township in Hidd, is all set for completion towards end of the year, revealed a senior official at the Bahrain Ministry.
Bahrain likely to scrap visa-on-arrival facility for foreigners -25/8/2011
The visa on arrival facility for expatriates in Bahrain will be withdrawn, according to senior government official.