Bahrain’s Electricity and Water Authority and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have come together to establish the Bahrain Unit for Sustainable Energy.
Minister of State for Electricity and Water Affairs Dr Ab
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) has signed a deal with the Bahrain Diabetes Society to allow the continued operation of the Paediatric Mobile Diabetes Unit in the kingdom.
It was signed between Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdu
A new fraud prevention department for Tamkeen will be launched next month in a bid to safeguard its multimillion dinar budget.
The semi-autonomous labour fund, which opened its newest office in Enma Mall, Riffa yesterday (August 1
The success of General Electric's (GE) impending initial public offering for its private-label credit card unit could ride on investors' willingness to bet that a lukewarm consumer-led US economic recover
Abu Dhabi’s Municipality has warranted that only a single family can reside within each licensed residential unit in the capital, said a report.
Residents, however, find it more difficult to afford the st
Tenders worth $651 million to build housing units in Hidd and Northern City, two 400KW main power transmission stations and education infrastructure projects will be awarded this month.
HRH the Crown Prince sai
UMW Oil and Gas Corporation Berhad has puchased an advanced hydraulic workover units from Canadian Energy Equipment Manufacturing (CEEM), a UAE-based oilfield specialist equipment manufacturer with facilities in Ras Al Khaimah and Dubai.
Mediclinic City Hospital is set to open an advanced oncology unit at the Dubai Healthcare City, aimed at increasing the emirate’s cancer care capacity.
Cancer is the third leading cause of death in the UAE, after cardiovascu
Software AG, a leader in business infrastructure software, has established an ‘Intelligent Business Operators’ (IBO) unit to enable organisations to rapidly respond to big data insights.
The technology produced by this
The prices of housing units are expected to increase up to 15 per cent in the short term, due to the current labour shortage following raids, said a report.
More than 1,200 inspectors raided markets and public places across Saudi