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Bahrain: Teacher Controversy Tightens, Security Guard Hired to Teach

The Ministry of Education officials refuted rumours that a security guard was hired to teach some subjects at a government school. The rumour made...

Bahrain: Burnt Body Found – Police Suspect Foul Play

A charred body was found in Shahrakkan area, the Ministry of Interior and the Northern Governorate Police announced via their official social media accounts.No...

Bahrain: Patient Rushed to Emergency Surgery – Dentist Suspended

The National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) had issued a decision to suspend a dentist for six months after he caused complications to a patient...

Bahrain: Hospital Timings for Upcoming Public Holidays

The Ministry of Health announced the working hours in health centres during the Prophet Mohammed’s birth anniversary.The day, which coincides next Saturday (November 9),...

Bahrain: Weather Expected To Be Unstable From Next Week

Weather is forecasted to be unstable in different parts of the Arabian Gulf over the weekend due to low pressure in the North-East.The kingdom...

Bahrain U-19 Football Match: Free Tickets for Fans

The President of the Bahrain Football Association (BFA), Shaikh Ali bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa announced free entry tickets for citizens, residents, fans...

Kuwait: MP Urges To Impose Tax On Expat Remittances

A senior Kuwaiti MP has urged the government to approve a draft law to impose taxes on expat remittances.Kuwaiti MP Safa Al-Hashem, who has...

Bahrain: HM King Announces Holiday For Schools Tomorrow

Tomorrow, 7th November will be a day off for all public and private schools following the directives from His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa...

Bahrain: All BAPCO Service Stations to Have ATMs

BAPCO opened bidding for a tender to license the installation and operation of Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) at all of BAPCO’s BRC service stations....

Bahrain: Ministry of Education Will Not Reduce School Hours

A proposal urging to reduce the number of working hours to four at primary schools and five at intermediate and secondary schools has been...
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