Pegasus Real Estate NAI Bahrain, a Bahrain-based real estate agency and member of NAI Global, has won key nominations for its agency services and exclusively represented projects in Bahrain. Pegasus NAI Bahrain has been successful with its nom
Signalling continuing real estate interest in Juffair, a new residential project has been launched by Thawabit Properties in partnership with Sun Middle East Contracting. Thawabit is a subsidiary of Suha Investments, whose managing director Su
Bahrain-based Ahmed Sharif Group has signed a franchise agreement with Parkside Hotels, a US-based global hotel chain with a range of properties catering to budget and luxury segments. Under the agreement, Ahmed Sharif’s Orange Tower Two
A man drowned yesterday (August 28) morning after his car plunged into the sea off the Juffair coast. The Interior Ministry confirmed the incident on its Twitter account at around 5am, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our s
Major roadworks are planned for one of Bahrain’s busiest road junctions as an underpass is set to be constructed at the entrance to Juffair. The tunnel, which will be constructed on the Al Fateh Highway near the Gulf Hotel and Ahmed Al F
Batelco, Bahrain’s leading business solutions provider, has signed a partnership deal with VKL Holding Group to provide end-to-end fibre infrastructure for Juffair Mall and Juffair Hotel.
Nearly 300 optical network terminati
More American military families could soon descend on Bahrain as the US Navy base in Juffair continues to expand.
The number of US personnel in the country has increased by more than a quarter – from 6,500 to 8,300 – i
A US Navy sailor has fallen to his death from a seventh-floor apartment balcony in Juffair, Bahrain.
The incident happened at around 11pm on Saturday (May 16) and an investigation has been launched by Bahraini and US authorities,
Restrictions on the height of new buildings near the US Naval Base in the Juffair district of Bahrain could be imposed with the area being described as a "sensitive location", a report said.
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More than 100 fishermen have been ordered to vacate a makeshift harbour in Juffair, Bahrain, so that the surrounding land can be used to build a new ring road.
Warning letters were sent by the Works Ministry ordering an immediate