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A new theatrical attraction, named Red, has been launched at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, which surpasses expectations.
A massive fire engulfed Tamweel Tower located in Dubai Jumeirah Lake Tower (JLT), around 2am on 18th November.
The Dubai Municipality announced that it will soon unveil workers accommodation in Ras Al Khor Industrial Area 3.
Hailing as a step in the right direction, UAE residents have welcomed the latest introduction of multiple entry visas to foreigners.
The UAE has now permitted multiple entry visit visas to foreigners, keeping in mind the needs of some foreigners who need to visit the country from time to time.
A new tourism guide has been launched for residents and tourists in the UAE by the National Council of Tourism and Antiquities.
Latest and new products and technologies are being showcased at the ongoing four-day event, The Big 5 2012, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
The construction of Business Bay Canal Extension Project will commence during the first quarter of next year, extending from Shaikh Zayed Road up to the Arabian Gulf, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said.
The rail network project in the UAE has made good progress, with the route between Dubai and Abu Dhabi having got confirmed, and has been agreed upon, a top official revealed.
All Gulf Co-operation Council nationals travelling within the regional bloc will be able to avail faster clearances at entry/exit points across the Gulf region, when their ID cards are suitably upgraded.
A new federal bill to regulate recruitment of domestic help including housemaids, nannies, drivers and gardeners, is on the agenda by the Ministry of Interior, said Maj Gen Mohammad Al Marri, Director-General of General Department of Residency and Foreign Affairs in Dubai.
Salaries in the UAE may grow by 5% in 2013, with highest raise likely in the consumer goods, energy and technology sectors, a recent survey revealed.
With economic issues looming large in several parts of the world, there are increasing numbers of professionals turning to UAE for better job prospects, say experts in recruitment sector.
The flagship mall in Dubai, the Mall of Emirates, is the number one shopping mall in the Middle East for sales per square foot.
According to leading power retailers and brands, the Gitex Shopper 2012, one of the largest and most influential consumer IT and electronics sales extravaganza in the Middle East, has recorded 23 percent increase in sales, touching Dh.
The United States has launched a new business visa programme with the UAE, revealed United States Consul General to Dubai, Rob Waller.
The regions largest seasonal theme park on Emirates Road, the Global Village, will open gates to the public tomorrow.
Leading family entertainment and cultural attraction, Global Village, will extend its opening hours during the forthcoming Eid Al Adha holidays.
Tenants in Dubai, who are facing arbitrary rent hikes by their landlords, need to approach the dispute settlement committee in Dubai Municipality, said Dubai Land Department (DLD).
Beginning January this year, passengers will just have to swipe their passports at e-Gates to enter and exit Dubai airport, which is just a 22 second process.
Dubai malls will remain open round-the-clock for three consecutive weekends from today, as part of the Eid Al Adha holidays.
The new smartphone application launched by the General Directorate for Residency and Foreign Affairs (GDRFA) in Dubai, permits residents to make queries on visa issues.
Gitex Technology Week 2012 has been unveiled at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre on 14th October in the UAE, representing the private and public sectors and the NGOs.