More than 85 per cent of villas in the BD6-million ($15.8 million) Yasmeenat Saar Project have been sold off-plan, the Bahrain-based real estate and infrastructure developer Naseej said yesterday.
The project is a 27-villa residen
A new comprehensive law to organise all aspects of the fishing industry will be drawn up by the Bahrain government.
MPs yesterday (June 30) made more than 50 recommendations for the law, which would officially recognise the indust
BR Communications, a leading public relations and media consultancy based in Dubai Media City, has revealed plans to exceed growth margins by 90 per cent this year.
With revenue increase forecast to hit 40 per cent, the company is
Viva Bahrain has unveiled an array of value-added unlimited postpaid plans for its business and individual customers enabling them to experience high-speed 4G LTE, coupled with unlimited mobile and data access.
The new packages st
To continue empowering businesses in Bahrain, Viva is introducing a new range of broadband plans.
The new VIVA Business Broadband Plans offer full access to the kingdom's widest and fastest 4G Network, unlimited data allowance
Bahrain’s government will present its blueprint for scrapping and redirecting subsidies to the National Assembly next week.
Finance Minister Shaikh Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa said parliament and Shura Council members woul
Nearly half (46 per cent) of Middle East organisation have no incident response (IR) plans, according to a recent survey.
The survey, conducted by leading information security conference in the region Gisec, covered more than 150
Audi Bahrain, represented by Behbehani Brothers, has launched its Audi Lease Plan as an attractive and convenient alternative for customers interested in driving a new Audi.
Among the many benefits included in the two-year plan ar
Bahrain’s government is planning to spend BD1.4 billion ($3.7 billion) on subsidies this year and next, it has emerged.
The figure is included in official documents detailing the national draft budget for 2015 and 2016, whic
Men will be banned from entering one of Bahrain's public parks based on a petition submitted to a municipal council.
It follows claims that the Umm Guwaifa Garden, in Riffa, is being monopolised by cricket-playing Asians and S