Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) has reaffirmed its commitment to enhance transparency and direct communication between management and employees, as it marked the conclusion of the series of Town Hall Meetings that were held during January.
Aluminium Bahrain's (Alba) chief executive officer (CEO) kicked-off the inaugural session of 2015 ‘Town Hall Meetings' yesterday (January 11) at the Oasis Hall of the company.
Tim Murray brought the employees up-to-d
Work on the second phase of the Northern Town is set to begin after a BD10 million ($26.3 million) agreement was signed yesterday (June 15).
The Housing Ministry signed an agreement with a consortium consisting
Low occupancy rates have delayed work on a $75 million labour town built within the Bahrain Investment Wharf (BIW) in Hidd.
The project's first phase has been completed, but only around 50 per cent of the d
Preparations for a major scheme to improve towns and villages across Bahrain could be brought forward by eight months, said a top official.
The Manama Municipal Council has backed calls for the Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Min
Syrian government forces have killed at least 33 people in a rebel town near the Lebanese border in the last few days in an attack to dislodge army defectors and insurgents, activists and residents of a nearby town said Sunday.
A new industrial town is being planned for Bahrain following directives from His Majesty King Hamad to construct the new hub.
Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Hassan Fakhro yesterday chaired a key meeting to discuss preparations to start
Transitional Libyan forces with heavy guns mounted on 100 vehicles swept into Sirte on Saturday in one of the biggest assaults in the battle for Muammar Gaddafi's hometown, but had to seek cover when they drew withering fire fro
An armoured Syrian force surrounded a town near Homs on Monday and fired heavy machineguns after the defection of tens of soldiers from the area, activists and residents said.
Since the demise of Muammar Gaddafi's rule over Libya, act
Dubai-based Middle East Development said it plans to develop a project to build the first bridge across the Red Sea linking Yemen and Djibouti, and associated new urban areas, at a total cost of $200 billion.
Middle East Development, which