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Bahrain’s parliament set to overhaul staffing

Bahrain’s parliament is planning a major overhaul, with more than 30 per cent of its permanent staff deemed to be unqualified for their positions. It means employees could lose their jobs as the elected chamber seeks to

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Changes made to Bahrain’s new bus system

Changes have been made to the new public bus network in Bahrain following a nationwide survey, it was revealed. Some of the bus lines have been reduced, while many have had amendments made to their schedules and an entire new rout

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New UK visa system for Bahrain applicants on way

Changes to the UK visa system for Bahrain-based applicants looking for a long-stay visa will come into effect from the end of this month. Starting May 31, all non-European Economic Area nationals travelling to the UK for more than

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GFH unveils new identity in major push for growth

Gulf Finance House (GFH) is implementing major changes to its business strategy as it turns from being an investment bank to a financial group. "To reflect this strategy, we changed the brand, the logo and the colours to be i

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What will schools look like in 2030?

Education systems have been predicted to undergo major changes, with schools becoming interactive environments where innovations in technology and curricula will fundamentally transform the role of teachers and reshape the landscape of learning,

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What will schools look like in 2030?

Education systems have been predicted to undergo major changes, with schools becoming interactive environments where innovations in technology and curricula will fundamentally transform the role of teachers and reshape the landscape of learning,

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Senior leadership changes at InterCon

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), one of the world’s leading hotel companies, has announced a number of strategic changes to its Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA) regional operating committee. Alan Watts, previously chi

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UAE to approve new companies law soon: Minister

The president of the United Arab Emirates is expected soon to approve a long-awaited new law covering the operations of companies in the country, a step towards attracting fresh foreign investment, the economy minister said on Monday.

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Changes 'imminent' in Bahrain subsidies system

Changes to the system of providing government subsidies in Bahrain are "imminent" and the issue is being studied, it was announced yesterday. The government currently subsidises fuel, flour and meat (livestock and chicke

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Arab digital generation – a key actor for future

  A new generation is emerging in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region – those born between 1977 and 1997. This demographic represents 40 percent of the Mena population.   A growing

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