June 26, 2005
United Nations Refugees and Works Agency, (UNRWA) will hold at the Amman Training Collage on Tuesday an educational conference entitled "Education at
The Royal Jordanian (RJ) achieved JD4.3 million in net profit during the first quarter of 2005, while its losses over the same period last year were estimated at JD1.4 million.
June 23, 2005
The German National Carrier, Lufthansa together with Albawaba.com have taken innovative steps to create one of the first online travel surveys in the Middle East in English and Arabic.
Domino’s Pizza has opened a new branch in Shmeisani that links Domino’s Pizza to reach all of the residents in West Amman. The extension is due to Dom
June 22, 2005
Jordan's Information point was established in April 2005. It aims at enhancing the participation of Jordanian researchers in European Union funded pro
June 21, 2005
King Abdullah of Jordan on Tuesday stressed the importance of enhancing dialogue, understanding and cooperation among followers of different religions
Within efforts geared towards placing technology at the service of the various vital sectors in the Kingdom, namely the educational sector, Fastlink h
HRH Princess Basma on Tuesday attended the signing of an agreement between the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD) and MobileCom, w
The Central Company for e-Payment Services (eJaby), in cooperation with Fastlink, has launched a wide scale orientation campaign to introduce the publ
June 20, 2005
Princess Sumaya University for Technology has announced the results of elections for the coordinators of “DART” society, a student run society within
June 19, 2005
Having the latest trend in hair colour and style just got easier for Jordan’s discerning fashion elite as Emad Bazzi officially opened his new salon i
June 16, 2005
A Royal Decree was issued Thursday accepting the resignation of Jordan's Minister of Finance Dr. Basem Awadallah, as of June 16, 2005.
The Iraq national football team emerged triumphant from the first match of the inaugural Middle East Peace Tour. Iraq beat Jordan 1-0 in Amman, with M
Jordanian exports went up by 116 per cent during the four past years, hitting JD2.3 billion compared to JD1.1 billion in 2000