Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Travel

Tourist racks up Dh175,000 fine within 3 hours in a rented...

A British tourist racked up Dh175,000 in traffic fines in only three hours after being clocked driving at twice the speed limit in a...

Study: Americans want to travel to Dubai, Costa Rica, and Iceland

 A trip to France’s famous vineyards. An excursion on the Italian Riviera. These popular destinations are perhaps surprisingly not at the top of the...

Airlines Are Making a Lot of Money on These Three Industries

There’s some simple math when it comes to airfares: the higher the price, the bigger the profit. The most expensive tickets tend to be those...

Bahrain: No More Entry Visas For Qatari Nationals

Bahrain’s interior ministry on Tuesday announced the suspension of the issuance of entry visas for Qatari nationals.The ministry said in a statement it posted...

Bahrain: Gulf Air To Launch New Baggage Policy This Month

Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, will launch a new baggage policy which replaces the current weight concept with a harmonized piece concept.The...

Will Saudi Arabia’s World Cup preparations pay off?

Saudi Arabia's video announcement of its final 2018 World Cup squad perhaps took inspiration from England's, with fans excitedly sharing the 23 lucky names.On the...

Beware! Several Herbal Medicines Banned In Kuwait

Kuwait’s ministry of Health imposed a ban on several herbal medicines on Sunday, citing their “toxic” impact on a patient’s health and life.The ministry’s...

Saudi Women Can Now Drive Family Taxis

Saudi women are now able to drive family taxis as the rules governing the operation have been activated, the Public Transport Authority (PTA) announced...

Saudis now having to find ‘low status’ jobs

Government cuts to oil-funded subsidies and high unemployment has lead to locals being prepared to do more manual work for extra cash.Blue-collar occupations are...

Heart Attack Cases Among Bahraini Pilgrims On The Rise

Dr. Ibrahim Farouk Obaid, head of the medical committee, stressed that number of cases suffering heart attacks among Bahraini pilgrims increased to 4, adding...
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