“What do if life is zoo?” asks contemplative Bahraini

“What do if life is zoo?” asked Bahraini Twitter user @Tem, setting the philosophical side of Bahraini Twitter abuzz with a variety of responses to the contemplative question. The introspective question encouraged an explosion of Twitter activity, drawing in many users to respond and join the conversation. “I don’t know really,” responded Twitter user @Merlex.…

UK To Open Biggest Tea Company in Bahrain since 1971

Manama: The United Kingdom is to establish the first permanent British Tea Company in the Middle East region on the shores of Bahrain since it formally closed all British Tea Company branches in the region in 1971. The company headquarters, which will be situated at Mina Salman Port, will host tea parties, tea nightclubs, tea costume contests, tea…

Bahrain to send delegation to US to promote reforms

Manama: The Kingdom of Bahrain announced today during a press conference that the government will be sending a delegation of human rights law specialists, security experts, diplomats, lawyers and media personnel to the United States of America in order to assist in the promotion and implementation of much-needed police, human rights and judicial reforms in…

Bahrainis complain about lack of election campaign posters

Manama: Numerous complaints have started to sound from citizens about the serious lack of election campaign posters, claiming that this makes it very difficult to get to know the campaign slogans of candidates contesting the Municipal and Parliamentary general elections to be held on November 22. “There are barely any campaign posters on the streets,” complained…

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” says MP about Bahrain

Manama: Current parliamentary candidate Mubarak Mohammed Ali released a statement earlier today announcing his election platform: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, vowing to do his best to make sure things run stable “business as usual” in the Kingdom. “Most parliamentary candidates are talking about the housing crisis and living standards reform,” Mr. Mubarak…