Actions to contain and avert an outbreak of swine flu were discussed as the Premier chaired the Cabinet meeting.
Bahraini shoppers accounted for just 20pc of subsidised meat purchases, 80pc were expatriates, companies & restaurants.
It is part of a raft of measures to cut public spending and boost revenues against a backdrop of lower oil prices.
Pharmacy owner raised the alarm after he claimed a former employee stole tens of thousands of dinars & fled the country.
It is in line with a unified spending protocol introduced by the government earlier this year.
BDF Hospital yesterday denied reports, circulating on social media, that it had registered its first swine flu death.
Effects of the recent meat subsidy cuts continue to be felt across Bahrain’s main markets as sales stay stubbornly low.
There is no reason to panic about the H1N1 virus, official government spokesman Isa Al Hammadi said.
Artwork from around the world went on show at a brand new international art exhibition officially opened yesterday at
A key ministerial committee has removed the luxury Riffa Views project from the list of stalled development schemes.
Bahrain asserted its respect for nongovernmental organisations and its keenness to interact and co-operate with them
HRH the Premier hailed the keynote speech of His Majesty King Hamad at the opening of the second session of the National
More than 14,000 people have registered to use the Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Ministry’s website
A one-day retreat for teenagers and young adults has been postponed by a day to coincide with the Islamic New Year.
Holding women captive and forcing them to work as prostitutes has landed two Russians and a Bahraini in jail.
A car hire company employee died yesterday of pneumonia.
Prosecution witnesses are set to take to the stand in the case of a leading opposition figure accused of calling for
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