Sunday, November 18, 2018

Travel

Kuwait: 95 Violators, 29 Wanted Persons Arrested In 2 Days

The general security department carried out several campaigns in all governorates on October 25th and 26th, resulting in the arrest of 29 wanted and...

Bahrain: Alba-Nuwaidrat Intersection Works Nearing Completion

The Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning Ministry confirmed that 82% of the project has been completed, with the help of 900 workers, and...

Abu Dhabi: World’s First Hyperloop Construction To Begin Next Year

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (Hyperloop TT) announced on Wednesday that it will begin construction of the world’s first commercial hyperloop system in Abu Dhabi in...

New Bridge Parallel To Existing Saudi Causeway

Saudi Arabia and Bahrain announced on Wednesday that a tender for consultancy services to manage the transitional phase of the bridge project parallel to the...

GCC To See Huge Increase In Russian Tourists By 2023

The number of Russian tourists travelling to the GCC is expected to increase 125% from 933,000 in 2018 to 2.1 million in 2023, according...

Bahrain: Key Transport Projects To Rise Economic Growth

Bahrain is planning a number of key projects to improve its transportation network in the near future, Transportation and Telecommunications Minister Kamal Ahmed has...

Bahrain To Host Major Global Tourism Talks

Key priorities for the development of the world tourism sector over the next two years will be the focus of a major event hosted...

More than 9 Million Tourists Visited Bahrain This Year

The tourism segment is witnessing a strong growth as 9.1 million tourists visited the Kingdom during the first nine months of this year. This is...

Saudi: 70-Year-Old Woman Obtains Driving Licence

A 70-year-old Saudi woman, Sabeeha Al-Fakhr, is making headlines after obtaining a driving licence.Born in 1948, she lives in the neighbourhood of Al-Sedra in...

Bahrain: 23,000 Truck Violations Reported

The Directorate of Licensing Affairs of the General Directorate of Traffic has registered 23000 safety and security-related violations by trucks, including exceeding the limits...
- Advertisement -

Most Recent

Stay updated with the latest INSIDER news for the Gulf

Enter your e-mail address to receive essential weekly updates. We WON'T SPAM, that's a PROMISE!

Choose which Expats section you want to subscribe in: