Latest Bahrain News
Bahrain issuing 500 work visas per day -17/10/2008
Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) is issuing about 500 or more new work visas per day.
Low-budget carrier boom protects MENA region from global airline downswing -9/10/2008
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is likely to outwit the global airline downswing, through the low-budget carrier boom sweeping the region.
Hotel boom to catch-up in Bahrain shortly -9/10/2008
Bahrain is likely to witness a hotels boom with about 15 new five-star hotels, and 14 four-star hotels to be unveiled in the next three years.
More efforts needed to boost tourism in Bahrain -9/10/2008
The Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry has made combined efforts to market the Kingdom as a destination of choice, revealed the officials in the hospitality sector.
Bahrain to be the key aircraft maintenance hub in the region with new hi-tech Hangar -2/10/2008
The Kingdom of Bahrain, which is well-known as the leading financial hub in Middle East, is now on its way to be known as the key aircraft maintenance hub in the region.
Monorail train network to be introduced in Bahrain -2/10/2008
The Government in Bahrain has approved a monorail train network to smoothen the traffic flow.
Government urged to exempt medical fee of foreign wives -25/9/2008
A Bahraini MP has urged the government to implement a decision to exempt foreign wives of Bahrainis from paying medical fees in clinics and hospitals.
Bahrain to get London taxi cabs -25/9/2008
The streets in Bahrain will be filled with London taxi cabs by mid-December, it has been announced yesterday.
Phase one units of Nuwaidrat Housing Project, still vacant -25/9/2008
The houses that form the first phase of Nuwaidrat Housing Project, although have been completed, continue to remain vacant, witnessing the tiffs between villagers of Sanad, Nuwaidrat and Al Eker and Al Maameer, along with MP of another bloc for the need to make inroads into the area.
Cost of a popular central market development in Bahrain soars drastically -25/9/2008
The development cost of one of the popular central markets in Bahrain has increased ten-fold after several years of unsuccessful negotiations to purchase private land for the project.
Ministry offers conditional approval for formation of Labour Town -25/9/2008
The Ministry of Municipalities Affairs and Agriculture has agreed for a conditional approval to the plans by Muharraq Municipal Council for creation of a labour town.
KBSP project well on track -25/9/2008
Work on the BD54mn Khalifa bin Salman Port (KBSP) project, is progressing as scheduled, including the progress till date with regard to construction of infrastructure and buildings, which is progressing on right track and would be complete within stipulated period, said Chairman of General Organization of Sea Ports (GOP).