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NHS makes a difference on Earth Day

NHS makes a difference on Earth Day

Manama : The New Horizon School observed the Earth day yesterday with a view of creating an awareness of Mother Earth among the young generation. Each class was given a topic in advance to work on. 

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The students of grade 1 were engrossed in vegetable carving. Grade 2 students recreated a rainy day in their classrooms with giant clouds, smiling raindrops and happy children playing in the rain. 

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‘Stones and pebbles’ was the theme for grade 3 students who made breath-taking views out of stones. The students of grade 4 worked on collages on natural resources.  

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Grade 5 students artistically and informatively depicted marine life in their classrooms through outstanding mural work.  Students of grade 6 turned trash into treasure by creating paper mache lanterns, wall hangings and decorative pieces.




475 violate traffic rules, drive on hard shoulder

475 violate traffic rules, drive on hard shoulder

Four hundred and seventy-five traffic violations related to driving on the emergency lane have already been recorded since the beginning of the current year, authorities announced. Hundreds of motorists have been fined for illegally driving on the emergency lane, the Ministry of Interior revealed

BTEA honours 185 tour guides

BTEA honours 185 tour guides

The Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) honoured 85 tour guides during a ceremony held at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention (BIECC). The event was held in the presence of the Chief Executive Officer of BTEA, Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa. Certificates were dis


Kim and Kanye West expecting fourth child

Kim and Kanye West expecting fourth child

Kim Kardashian has confirmed she is expecting her fourth child with husband Kanye West during a US TV interview. Kim revealed the couple were expecting a boy via a surrogate mother. She was joined by her sisters Kourtney and Khloe Kard

German growth slows

German growth slows

Growth in the German economy fell to 1.5 per cent in 2018, official data showed yesterday, representing a marked slowdown from the previous year’s figure. Officials from federal statistics authority Destatis told a Berlin press c

EU wants end veto on tax

EU wants end veto on tax

The European Commission yesterday proposed to end the veto power member states have over EU tax matters, an idea rejected by several smaller countries including low-tax hub Ireland. A more harmonised tax policy across Europe has long b

Where are the sedans?

Where are the sedans?

A persistent question shadowed all of the shiny new vehicles and highly-produced, glitzy debuts at the Detroit auto show this week: Where are the sedans? Volkswagen was among the few to trumpet a new sedan -- those compact and mid-size