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The new smartphone app by the Labour Ministry has come in handy for the residents, as they are now able to complete transactions in less than three minutes, officials said.
The Dubai RTA has commenced work on the Dubai Cycling Track project, and with this, Dubaiís network of cycling tracks are likely to expand further.
Dubai has announced plans to set up a new misdemeanours court to handle cases involving tourists, and those who look into minor crimes committed by holiday makers.
The 310m Cayan Tower at Dubai Marina, the worlds tallest tower with 90-degree twist has been finally conquered by the Spiderman in 65 minutes.
Dubai will host the Outdoor Design and Build Show tomorrow, which is a dedicated global platform in the Middle East region which caters to the whole range of hard and soft landscape products and services.
The UAE has begun implementing international building codes for healthcare facilities with particular focus on planning and designing aimed at creating world-class medical infrastructures in the country, a report said.
Following the success of Amer self-services kiosk that provides customers with prompt GDRFA-related enquiries and services round-the-clock, the General Directorate for Residency and Foreign Affairs (GDRFA) in Dubai has established more such kiosks in various areas and places.
The Dubai Municipality will begin working on a new Mini World Park, designed to reflect replicas of famous monuments from across the world, once its location is finalized, a senior government official said.
Leading Dubai-based airline Flydubai, this week introduced its new service connecting Chennai and Dubai.
Gitex Shopper Spring 2015, the biggest and most anticipated consumer electronics retail show, has entered the second day of the four-day event.
The passenger traffic continued to grow steadily at Dubai International Airport (DXB) last month, with passenger growth of 5.
The UAE is almost completing the draft of a new Foreign Investment Law which allows 100 percent foreign ownership of businesses in certain sectors, revealed the Economy Minister of the country, Sultan bin Saeed al-Mansouri.
About 20 million passengers are expected to use the future mega airport hub in Dubai, namely, the Al Maktoum International at DWC, in 2020, due to increasing passenger numbers at Dubai International Airport.
Emirates Airline has just announced daily flights to Orlando, Florida in the US from 1st September this year, as a part of its expansion programmes.
The UK has announced the offer of a super-priority visa service at its application centres in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, effective today.
A new app is being developed in the UAE to benefit those who have passed their driving tests through the Federal Traffic and Registration System, as the Ministry of Interior (MoI) has launched a driving license issuance service through its app UAE MoI.
The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has begun building a 700m long bridge at Wafi Interchange to help minimize the over-lapping traffic at the interchange and to ensure smooth traffic flow.
A new prepaid card focusing on UAE, called the DubaiCard has been unveiled at a prepaid payment industry forum yesterday.
Passengers at the Dubai International Airports can now complete their baggage scanning formalities within three minutes, with the launch of smart scanners to screen luggage at Dubai airports.
The Dubai Municipality is in the process of finalizing design consultant for Aladdin City, an iconic project in Dubai, which draws inspiration by the tales of Aladdin and Sindbad.
According to analysts in Dubai, 2015 may be the best time after so many years in the past, to invest in Dubai real estate, given, the comparatively low property prices and the slight decline in home loan rates.
Although Dubai may be more expensive place now than last year, it is still a more affordable destination to live in, than two-thirds of other 133 cities in the world, according to the ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Annual Cost of Living Report 2015.
Status of UAE as a tax haven is further strengthened by the fact that the country has least demanding framework, and lowest average total tax and time to adhere to in the world, said a lead global consultancy.
Growing cost of accommodation and education are primary reasons of concern for UAE expats, reveals the rankings of hottest expat destinations by HSBC.