The price of diesel for domestic consumption will almost double in three years - up from 100 fils ($0.26) at present, Bahrain’s National Oil and Gas Authority (Noga) announced yesterday (December 19).
Diesel would be sold at
Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund, has extended its support to an additional 1,000 Bahraini fishermen.
The Bahraini Fishermen Support Scheme is one of many support programmes Tamkeen offers as part of its efforts to boost the c
Fishermen in Bahrain have been urged to immediately alert authorities if they catch exotic marine species.
It comes after a "weird" fish - black with purple colouring - was caught at the Manama Jetty near Bahrain Financi
Fishermen in Bahrain have demanded authorities increase sea patrols near Iranian waters following the shooting of a based sailor, who was held captive along with five others by pirates.
Bangladeshi Mobarak Abdul Sattar, 33, was sh
Twenty-two Bahrain-based fishermen have been released from Al Khor jail in Doha after their employers paid fines amounting to a total of BD11,200 ($29,480) for straying into Qatar's territorial waters.
The men have been held i
A new jetty capable of accommodating 100 fishing boats will be built in Bahrain.
HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa was yesterday updated on a detailed blueprint of the project.
Chairing a work meeting, he
Bahrain has issued a warning to fishermen and swimmers to stay clear of rough waters as weather conditions continue to be unstable and two people were reported drowned within a span of just 24 hours.
The death of the two fishermen brought
A new seaport constructed on 120,000 sq m to cater to the needs of fishing community will open today (June 14) in Bahrain.
His Majesty King Hamad’s Personal Representative and Public Commission for the Protection to Marine Resources, Envir
Bahrain will issue compensation packages to fishermen amid plans to revoke their licences to protect dwindling fish stocks.
Parliament yesterday (January 3) approved the proposal to ensure supplies do not become exhausted.
Plans to set up a jetty opposite Bahrain Fort, a World Heritage Site, have been rejected by Unesco for geological reasons as to trenching was needed to pave the way for water flow to allow boats to reach the jetty.
The Municipalities and U