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At the High Court at 9:30 for 10:00

16 Apr, '0715 Comments

We’re all gathering tomorrow morning at the Court building at 9:30. Cases are looked at starting at 10:00am. It’s a freedom of expression case, any way you look at it. Please show your opposition to attempts to stifle this freedom by being there. Thank you.

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The Constitutional court works!

27 Mar, '0710 Comments

If you wish to see anyone in Bahrain having an immediate epileptic fit, just mention the numbers 8/1970 and stand back and watch the antics! Feel free to laugh or cry with them. What you have done is infer that the poor mug has lost a parcel of land. A parcel of land probably bought […]

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The Muni does Angalaizy wory well yakhook

The Muni does Angalaizy wory well yakhook

14 Mar, '0710 Comments

Try to find the number of mistakes in this advert placed in today’s Gulf Daily News by the Ministry of Agricultural Affairs and Municipalities. This should keep you busy for a couple of days until I come back from Doha!

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2400% increase in municipal fees!

6 Mar, '075 Comments

When neighbouring countries like Qatar provide free municipal services, water, electricity and even local telephone calls to their citizens, our government in Bahrain seem to find creative ways in which to extract more money from us! This time, it’s a little increase in municipal charges; from BD2 per month per owned household to BD50! And […]

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Water Emergency Desk on holiday?

Water Emergency Desk on holiday?

17 Feb, '076 Comments

Over the last two or three days I noticed that don’t seem to have enough water in the tanks. I went though the usual investigation process throughout the house to ensure that there are leeks. I checked the garden and the route of the line from the municipality and everything seems to be okay. Logically, […]

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