Amal sits in the lobby of a hotel staring out at Cairo airport. Face tight with exhaustion, eyes puffy.
She is hoping her daughter Samar Ezzedine, a stewardess aboard an EgyptAir flight that crashed into the Mediterranean on Thurs
A plan to expand the productive Bahraini families programme was yesterday unveiled during the Cabinet session, as part of efforts to empower the low-income households, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
Cityscape Kuwait will be hosting a novel 'Family Day' tomorrow on the final day of the leading real estate event, giving unprecedented access to the best real estate opportunities for the whole family.
The event has confir
An appeal has gone out to help more than 4,500 underprivileged Bahraini families, who live in old and dilapidated homes across the country. Bahrain’s three municipal councils and their counterpart in Manama, the Capital Trustees Board, h
Bahraini families could be evicted from government houses if homeowners are convicted of terrorism or their nationality is revoked.
They could also be removed from the Housing Ministry's waiting list, as part of proposed amend
A total of 2,200 Omani families are expected to benefit from the government’s housing assistance programme valued at RO55 million ($142 million), a report said.
The Ministry of Housing distributed RO17 million ($44 million)
Asian businessmen in Bahrain have called for long-term multiple entry visit visas to be introduced for their families.
The suggestion was put forward at the second open meeting of the Bahrain Asian Traders Committee (BATC) held ye
A record number of 6,166 new homes will be distributed to Bahraini families this week, it has been revealed.
At a media briefing held after the weekly Cabinet session yesterday (December 15), Housing Minister Bassem Al Hamer said
Saudi Arabia’s Co-operative Health Insurance Council has urged all private businesses to provide compulsory medical insurance for expatriate employees and their families, said a report.
The employment con
Low-income families in Bahrain who are unable to pay their power bills could benefit from additional government support.
The government already subsidises two-thirds of the cost of power, but is prepared to hel