Monday, November 19, 2018

Health & Education

Bahrain: School threatens to sue parents for defamation

Bahrain's DT News reports on a fast escalating row between the management of the Indian School Bahrain (ISB) and a group of parents, with...

Saudi: 100,000-Year-Old Archaeological Sites Discovered

A joint Saudi-French mission to explore archaeological sites under the supervision of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) has revealed sites...

New UAE law gives hope to maids

Housemaids are desperately waiting for the new domestic workers' law to be implemented, as many claim they are overworked by their employers. The UAE Federal...

Bahrain: action urged against stockpiling cigarettes

Tourists from Saudi Arabia are initially thought to have been buying up stocks to avoid higher prices back home, but now speculation abounds that...

Saudi: More women wearing colourful/sports abayas

Jeddah: More women are donning colourful abayas in Saudi Arabia.The change has come after Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman said recently that the abaya...

Kuwait: Around 290 people poisoned from restaurant food

More than 287 suffered food poisoning this weekend in Kuwait, after eating from a falafel restaurant in Hawally area according to Kuwait News Agency...

UAE expats and retirement: the uncomfortable truth

There are many advantages to residents putting down roots and keeping their savings in the UAE. Having a greater age range in the country...

Warren Rustand headlines Entrepreneurship Organization’s seminar in collaboration with Tamkeen

The Entrepreneurs’ Organization is an international organization, with various chapters worldwide, that acts as a catalyst to enable leading entrepreneurs to learn, grow and...

Manama Shapers – Interview with Lucy Wozniak

Interview  with Lucy Wozniak, Head of Learning Enrichment and Psychologist, Mns Bahrain.What inspired you to become an educational psychologist? I decided to pursue a career...

Saudi: Restaurant goers to be fined for unfinished plates

Saudi Arabia’s consultative Shoura Council will this month discuss a food waste law that could see individuals charged for leaving unfinished plates in restaurants.The...
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