Bahrain is celebrating one of its finest equestrian achievements as Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa claimed first place in an endurance race staged at one of the world’s most prestigious horse shows.
After months of anticipation, untold hours of planning and with a raucous crowd waiting with bated breath as they wave flags high in the air, there’s only one occasion on everyone’s minds this Saturday.
Jalabiyas, kaftans and abayas have been revamped this Ramadan season with different colours, cuts and fabrics with many fashion designers encouraging women to trade in their traditional cloaks for pretty pastel styles and daring designs.
How many of us as parents give our children access to the internet and the various tablets and android devices that allow children to access it on the go? I know I’m guilty of it, I can recall countless times in the British Club, happily talking to friends while my nine-year-old sat in the café with his friends enjoying a variety of online games, writes Chris Fenton.
A right royal knees-up is being planned in the kingdom’s expat clubs to celebrate the Saturday’s wedding of British royal Prince Harry to his Hollywood royalty sweetheart Meghan Markle, writes Kristian Harrison.
THERE’S something sensationally cookin’ at the Gulf Hotel Bahrain Convention & Spa as preparations are in full swing to deliver spectacular servings throughout the Holy Month at special Iftar and Ghabgah gatherings.
Organised by the Awali Golf Club’s publicity officer Shari Anderson with the assistance of husband and captain Paul and other artistically-talented helpers, the Bapco Club was the venue for the annual end-of-season Presentation Dinner-Dance.