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Saturday, October 31, 2020

UAE: Hefty fines, jail for drone users breaching privacy

Abu Dhabi: People using remote-controlled flying gadgets, including drones will face hefty fine and jail sentence if they are found breaching privacy of people,...

UAE: Dubai Police issue advisory for beachgoers

The Dubai Police have issued a series of instructions for the safety of its residents venturing out to the beach.
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Abu Dhabi: Man Jailed For Sleeping In Neighbour’s House

A GCC national was fined Dh10,000 and handed a three-month jail term in the first court's ruling for drinking and breaking into the home...

You can now fly an Emirates A380 in Dubai!

Have you ever fancied flying an airplane? Here is your chance to experience how a passenger aircraft is operated. The Emirates A380 Experience will allow...

Dubai’s leading business magazine & website BANNED!

Authorities in the United Arab Emirates have banned a leading business magazine and website for one month for allegedly publishing "false news" on failed...

Dh33m bonus for Dubai taxi plate owners

Bonuses of more than Dh33 million will be paid to the Emirati owners of 6,657 taxi number plates used by Dubai taxi companies. Until the...

Dubai Frame Sets Record As World’s Largest Frame’

The Dubai Frame was officially announced as the world’s ‘largest building in the shape of a frame’ by the Guinness World Records on Friday.The...
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Etisalat Launches UAE’s First Cloud Gaming Service

Etisalat unveiled the UAE's first cloud gaming service on its eLife set-top box which enables gamers to play the latest games without the need...

UAE: Indians told “Don’t come on visit visas to do job-hunting”

Indian job seekers should not come to the UAE on visit visas and must authenticate their employment offers and entry permit visas before heading...

UAE: British Researcher Accused Of Spying Released On Bail

A British academic researcher arrested on suspicion of 'spying' on the UAE government has been released on bail after five months in solitary confinement. Matthew Hedges,...
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Business: Supermarkets To Slash Prices For Holy Month Of Ramadan

Supermarkets are to slash the prices of everyday items by up to 90 percent for Ramadan. Supermarket chain Carrefour announced a Dh110 million campaign...

Sharjah: Ruler announces salary hike for Expat employees

An increase the salaries of Sharjah government employees by 10 per cent retrospectively from the beginning of January was announced yesterday by His Highness Dr...

Endangered animals were smuggled aboard a UAE based flight

Malaysian custom officials have foiled an attempt to smuggle hundreds of the world's most endangered tortoises into the country from Madagascar, according to international...

UAE schools take first steps in Moral Education

Schools have started teaching the new Moral Education subject this academic year, with student progress to be monitored by schools and authorities. Moral Education is...

UAE, Saudi, Bahrain follow US with interest rate hike

Dubai: The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain followed the US in raising key interest rates on Wednesday, following the announcement from the Federal Reserve.The...

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways posts losses for second consecutive year

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - The United Arab Emirates' flagship carrier Etihad posted losses of $1.52 billion in 2017 despite a slight bump...

Emirates to operate one-off A380 flight to Clark

Dubai's Emirates will be operating a one-off A380 service to Clark International Airport on August 19, 2020, marking the first commercial flight,...

UAE: One-year residency permit for war-hit expats

Citizens of war-torn countries living in the UAE who have overstayed their visas will be allowed to remain in the Emirates for a year...

“Bahrain’s No Homework Rule Will Not Stick In UAE”

School children hoping for homework to be abolished in the UAE, as it will be in Bahrain next year, will be disappointed to learn...

Dubai: New Long-Term Visa For Artists, Authors Announced

Dubai has announced plans to offer a new long-term “cultural visa” for artists and authors to boost the emirate’s creative industry.The new visas were...
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