Eight new coffee shops have been licensed to sell sheesha at a popular leisure destination, despite a ban imposed by the Muharraq Municipal Council.
They are located at The Lagoon at Amwaj Islands, where the council, on April 13,
Plans are underway to increase the number of taxis in Bahrain in a bid to boost the country’s public transport system.
Transportation and Telecommunications Minister Kamal Ahmed said the move would also address the issue of
Bahrain's police force will be on high alert today (July 3), patrolling major mosques across the kingdom in the wake of a terror threat.
Each area will have a designated police major in charge of co-ordinating with heads of mo
Bahrain is clamping down on illegal and imitation medicines that have been flooding into the country.
Customs officials have seized 62 duplicate, banned or unlicensed medicines this week, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (
Bahrain's budget for 2015 and 2016 was narrowly approved by the parliament yesterday (July 2).
Twenty-two MPs voted in favour of the new-look budget, which scraped through by just two votes, after a delay of more than six mont
A government Islamic lease (Sukuk Al Ijara) issue floated to raise BD200 million ($530 million) is open to direct subscription by retail investors, the Bahrain Bourse (BHB) announced.
Both Bahraini and non-Bahraini investors can s
Euro Motors, the exclusive distributor of luxury automotive manufacturer Jaguar in Bahrain, has launched its latest sports saloon, the new XE, in Manama.
The Jaguar XE redefines the concept of the sports saloon owing to its advanc
RSA, a provider of insurance services in the region, has appointed Adrian Pinto as the country manager for its Bahrain opeations with immediate effect.
He will be reporting to the company’s Bahrain managing director and UAE
Plans are underway to turn the area around Bahrain Fort into a major tourist destination.
Homes vacated by 64 families in December could be turned into seafood restaurants, souvenir shops, fishing supply stores, cafés and a
Restrictions on religious processions set to take place next week in Bahrain could be enforced in the wake of terror threats.
The Jaffari Waqf (Endowments) Directorate urged participants to take precautionary measures and forgo th