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Gulf Weekly Building lives

A BD1.6 million youth care centre and club providing educational and recreational programmes is set to open this year to help teenagers and young adults diagnosed with autism grow in confidence and reach their full potential once their school years have finished.

May 5 - May 11, 2021
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Local News
Gulf Weekly Caring excellence

Caring excellence

One of the leading medical establishments in the kingdom has been awarded the Diamond status yet again for its caring excellence, writes Mai Al Khatib-Camille.

May 5 - May 11, 2021
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Local News
Gulf Weekly Chipping in for strays

Chipping in for strays

Stray dogs roaming Askar have been given a chance at a new life after being microchipped, with the goal of eventually getting them adopted by families overseas.

May 5 - May 11, 2021
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Local News
Gulf Weekly Paintings to ponder

Paintings to ponder

Artist Amina Aiubova has expressed her experiences during the pandemic in colourful form and her illustrations are now on show at the Al Aali Shopping Complex.

May 5 - May 11, 2021
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Sport
Gulf Weekly Getting fit on the right track

Getting fit on the right track

Fitness fanatics from across the kingdom have taken to the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) on Thursday evenings during Ramadan to enjoy the fresh air while cycling or running on the world-famous race track.

May 5 - May 11, 2021
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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt;"><span lang="EN-GB"><font face="Calibri">Fitness fanatics from across the kingdom have taken to the Bahrain
International Circuit (BIC) on Thursday evenings during Ramadan to enjoy the
fresh air while cycling or running on the world-famous race track.</font></span>



Culture Weekly
Gulf Weekly Ramadan scene

Ramadan scene

The Westin City Centre Bahrain welcomed select members of the media to an iftar at Salero Bahrain. Guests enjoyed traditional Arabic dishes with a Spanish twist such as Chef Juan Perez’s ouzi-style lamb shank on a bed of paella. Present was Sheraton Bahrain Hotel, The Westin City Centre Bahrain and Le Meridien City Centre Bahrain cluster director of marketing Cristalyn Pastrana. From left, Cristalyn is with Chef Juan Perez, fifth from left, executive Chef Tyson Podolski, fourth from left, and other members of the team.

May 5 - May 11, 2021
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Gulf Weekly More The Westin City Centre Bahrain welcomed select members of the media to an iftar at Salero Bahrain. Guests enjoyed traditional Arabic dishes with a Spanish twist such as Chef Juan Perez’s ouzi-style lamb shank on a bed of paella. Present was Sheraton Bahrain Hotel, The Westin City Centre Bahrain and Le Meridien City Centre Bahrain cluster director of marketing Cristalyn Pastrana. From left, Cristalyn is with Chef Juan Perez, fifth from left, executive Chef Tyson Podolski, fourth from left, and other members of the team.











Lebanon


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Motoring Weekly
Gulf Weekly Kicking into a new gear

Kicking into a new gear

 One of Bahrain’s top motorsport officials will now take on the reins as the deputy race director of the International Automobile Federation (FIA) World Endurance Championship (WEC) this year, writes Naman Arora.

May 5 - May 11, 2021
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Motoring Weekly
Gulf Weekly Familiar territory

Familiar territory

Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren and Alpine walked away with double points in last weekend’s Portuguese Grand Prix, with a familiar Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)-Max Verstappen (Red Bull)- Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) finish.

May 5 - May 11, 2021
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Culture Weekly
Gulf Weekly Samurai style

Samurai style

Fashion designer Ebtisam Mohammed Salman, who has wowed people in the past with her colourfully-collaborative abayas with artist Thajba Najeeb, has launched a new Ramadan collection inspired by Japanese culture.


May 5 - May 11, 2021
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Culture Weekly
Gulf Weekly Coding creativity

Coding creativity

Artists in Bahrain are turning to crypto-technology to add creativity and security to their pieces and make them more attractive to art investors.


May 5 - May 11, 2021
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