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Dubai International Airport opens family facility at T3

Dubai international Airport, the world's busiest airport for international passengers, has opened a new facility for families at its Concord B Zen Garden in Terminal 3. Located between Gates B7 and B8, the new family facility

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Abandoned trucks, cars to be removed across Bahrain

Abandoned and unused trucks and cars in residential areas across Bahrain are to be removed with immediate effect. This was revealed by parliament’s public utilities and environment affairs committee chairman Jamal Dawood, wh

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SAIF Zone to add 3m sq m area to existing facility

Sharjah Airport International Free Zone (SAIF Zone) said it is set to add three million sq m area to the existing area of 6.1 million sq m of industrial and commercial land. It revealed its plans during its participation at Projec

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InterContinental Bahrain names new area GM

InterContinental Regency Bahrain has named Jan Ifcic as the area general manager, with immediate effect. Michael Koth, the outgoing regional general manager, made the announcement during a reception recently at the Al Rifaa Ballro

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Du to provide wifi access in public areas

UAE-based telecom operator du has unveiled ‘WiFi UAE,’ an initiative that provides access to wifi in public areas for all UAE residents. The project, which takes effect with immediate effect, will start its implementat

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Councillors to seek approval to develop Bahrain Fort

Councillors will approach the United Nations next month for approval to develop the area around Bahrain Fort. They will present their proposals at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) in Pa

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Rotana appoints new area VP

Rotana, a leading hotel management company with over 85 properties throughout the Middle East, Africa, South Asia and Eastern Europe, has appointed Greg Allan as the area vice president – Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.   Allan co

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Saudi wheat planted area falls 40pc in 2 years

Saudi Arabia's wheat planted area fell 40 per cent in two years, faster than anticipated, and production of hard wheat dipped to 1 million tonnes in 2009, the Saudi agriculture minister said on Tuesday. 'In two years, since we laun

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