Salalah Rotana Resort, one of the largest five-star resorts in Oman, is expecting an increase in guests arrival during the much anticipated Khareef season.
Gracing the Governorate of Dhofar region with misty rains and cooler tempe
Oil demand is set to surge in the short-term as refining capacity hits a record, yet the gains may not hold as a flood of fuel gluts the market, eroding profit margins and eventually forcing refiners to cut runs and crude orders.
Bahrain’s oil production has been raised to levels not seen since almost 40 years ago, with efforts by Tatweer Petroleum, Energy Minister and company chairman Dr Abdulhussain Mirza has said in a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN),
Stress and unhealthy living are driving up levels of heart disease among the Gulf’s young Indian population, according to a visiting expert reported the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Riffa Views has increased the daily output of its sewage water treatment plant by around 60 per cent within less than two months, it said. The plant, located in the company’s residential complex, currently treats 1,300 cubic metres daily
National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) achieved a net profit of BD55.26 million ($146.97 million) in 2015, compared with BD53.44 million ($142.12 million) in 2014, an increase of 3.4 per cent. For the fourth quarter of 2015, the bank recorded a net pr
Price of fresh fish could increase by up to 20 per cent in the next two months in Bahrain due to a hike in fuel prices. The Professional Fishermen’s Society said an increase in the cost of Jayyid petrol and diesel used to power fishing v
More cyclists were killed on Bahrain’s roads in the first eight months of this year than the whole of 2014, it has been revealed. Troubling new figures released yesterday (September 13) by the General Directorate of Traffic showed that t
Electricity consumption in Bahrain hit a peak this summer, it was revealed yesterday (August 31). Energy Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza presented a report to the Cabinet detailing energy consumption over the summer, which showed a 9.2 per cent
Last month was the deadliest August for Bahrain’s sickle cell patients in three years, it has emerged. In total, nine sickle cell sufferers succumbed to complications related to the disease throughout July and August, according to figure