An urgent proposal to compensate Bahrainis for higher petrol prices has been unanimously approved by parliament. It was tabled yesterday (February 2) by 22 MPs led by Mohammed Al Ahmed, after the government raised petrol prices at the pumps on
Leading businessmen in Bahrain have called for a public consultation to discuss the impact of higher tariffs on petrol and electricity. They also warned of layoffs in the private sector as employers were pressured to increase salaries at a tim
Drivers queued at Bahrain’s petrol stations yesterday (January 11) following the announcement that prices were being increased at the pumps from today. The cost of premium Mumtaz petrol rose by 60 per cent, from 100 fils per litre to 160
Oman has set new selling prices for domestic gasoline and diesel fuels starting this month, state news agency ONA reported on Monday, as part of the the sultanate's subsidy reforms to cope with the damage to state finances from low oil price
A surge in teenagers sniffing glue and getting high on petrol fumes has sparked calls in Bahrain for heightened parental vigilance over the summer holidays.
Rehabilitation support network the Addicts Friends Society, which runs we
Libyan state oil company NOC is delivering petrol to a western region opposing a self-declared government in charge of the Tripoli capital, it said in a bid to showcase its impartiality in a power struggle dividing the country.
Two policemen have been injured by a homemade bomb that exploded in a petrol station restroom in Bahrain.
The incident happened at Jawad Services Station, in Meqsha, at around 10.40pm on Saturday (February 1) and was described as
A second petrol station has been targeted by arsonists in the space of three weeks, while a bank also had its main entrance torched yesterday (November 13).
Masked youths set petrol pumps alight at a fuel station owned by Jawad Bu
Kuwait's government is looking at adjusting its petrol subsidies in order to reduce waste, a senior Kuwaiti official said on Monday in a fresh sign that authorities are using this year's oil price plunge to push economic reforms.
US producer prices fell in May after two months of solid gains, but the decline was not enough to change perceptions that inflation pressures are steadily creeping up.
The Labour Department said yesterday its producer price index