Work was disrupted at a Bahrain-based aluminium facility yesterday (November 5) when electricity was disconnected due to confusion over a bill. Power was disconnected at a unit of Gulf Aluminium Rolling Mill (Garmco), in Sitra, said a report i
Gulf oil producers are delaying some field maintenance until next year to keep production high and reduce costs as they forecast weaker oil prices in 2016, industry sources said.
It was not possible to clarify which fields were af
Government employees in Bahrain will have “freedom to work from anywhere and at any time using their favourite devices and platforms” following the signing of an agreement between the National Informatics and eGovernment Organisati
Qatar Rail’s tendering committee has floated tenders for developing 12 proposed metro stations, according to a report.
The company is seeking competent consultants and contractors to carry out the project
The biennial Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East Conference and Exhibition (SOMWME) was inaugurated today (October 5) by Abu Dhabi Ports CEO, Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi.
The event will run until October 7, at
Saudi Arabia will keep making payments to Saudi Binladin Group (SBG) for ongoing work and its review of the company's current jobs after last week's Makkah crane disaster is to ensure it meets safety standards, a senior Saudi official
Hundreds of property buyers hit by endless delays at a stalled multimillion-dinar development near Budaiya, Bahrain, say they are being left in the dark over its future. Work first started on Marina West in 2007, with developers promising 10 r
The Unites States will keep working on a regional missile defense system in the Gulf despite progress on the Iran nuclear deal, current and former US military officials said on Thursday while warning that Iran has the largest inventory of shor
A senior government official has dismissed calls to extend the summer work ban, claiming it could affect firms already suffering from financial difficulties. Labourers were not allowed to work outdoors between noon and 4pm in July and August,
If seeing an inbox full of hundreds of emails fills you with dread, get used to it, because they are here to stay and will remain a constant in the workplace, according to a survey released on Wednesday.
Despite the popularity of