Bahrain

August 9, 2005

07:18 GMT

Municipal council members hope that residents living on government property in Juffair will end their stalemate by vacating premises to enable a block of flats to be built, The Bahrain Tribune reporte

06:32 GMT

Sitra Mall, expected to open later this year, will be the first waterfront shopping destination in Bahrain, the GDN reported. Developed by the Municipalities and Agriculture Ministry, the property is

August 8, 2005

15:25 GMT

The International Photographic Press exhibition will be opened in the Kingdom of Bahrain for the first time in the period form 18th Aug. to 8th Sep. A

07:05 GMT

Bahraini owners who reclaim land illegally face serious consequences, warned Bahraini Municipalities and Agriculture Minister Ali Saleh Al Saleh on Sunday. They should now get permits from the ministr

August 7, 2005

07:47 GMT

The first phase of Durrat Al Bahrain will be offered later this month, it has been revealed. The villas will be established on the first and second Atoll Islands and first Petal Island, said Durrat Kh

07:38 GMT

Reports that pop superstar Michael Jackson had purchased a land in Bahrain were rejected on Saturday. An official source said Mr Jackson has not bought a palace in Bahrain. Speaking to the GDN, he als

August 4, 2005

14:04 GMT

Mobile Telecommunications Company K.S.C (MTC) Board recommended during its meeting today a 100% increase of capital at KD 1.250; (Par Value of 100 Fil

07:58 GMT

Bahrain's Gulf Hotel will implement a BD5.9 million renovation scheme later this year, it was announced Wednesday. The plans were unveiled as Bahrain Hotels Company (BHC) chairman Farouk Almoayyed ann

August 3, 2005

07:27 GMT

Keys to five homes rebuilt as part of a project to improve living standards across the kingdom have been handed over to residents, The GDN reported Wednesday. The homes were renovated as part of the H

August 2, 2005

07:10 GMT

The BD5.7 million monument and cultural centre being built in Sakhir is more than halfway finished, it was reported Tuesday by The GDN. The Bahrain Monument, which will include a lecture hall, library

August 1, 2005

06:47 GMT

Since the beginning of this hot summer, Bahrain has been struggling to meet electricity and water needs. Thus, authorities on Sunday appealed to the public to use electricity and water wisely.