June 10, 2014
The Italian firms’ interest in Abu Dhabi market shows growing appittite among government, corporate and individual clients to get the best out of innovators.
June 9, 2014
A complaint has been lodged against a real estate firm for allegedly taking a slice out of transaction fees being collected for the government by doubling the charge to clients.
He noted that the RTA raised the flexible working hours policy three years ago, but it was put on hold because traffic flow was smooth at that time.
Militants disguised as police guards armed with machine guns reportedly stormed the airport Sunday night. There are 23 dead, including all of the militants, according to reports.
Ahlam wants the entire world to know that she has a fabulous - and expensive - show collection!
June 8, 2014
The beach resort will include a 295-room low-rise hotel in addition to a spa, meeting rooms and 11 villas.
June 6, 2014
His addiction finally caught up to American drummer for the Scorpions after he was arrested for intoxication in the Dubai airport.
June 5, 2014
UAE singer Hussain al Jasmi enjoyed a cup of traditional Egyptian tea as he said "cheers" to Al Sisi's Presidential win this week.
One talented poet in the United Arab Emirates got a whole lot richer last week. He won the prize of $1.2 million competing in the popular TV talent show "Million's Poet."
"Game of Thrones" star Gwendoline Christie and "12 Years A Slave" actress Lupita Nyong'o join the filming fun for "Star Wars: Episode VII", which has started to shooting already in Abu Dhabi.
Workers will be restricted from carrying out any work under direct sunlight from 12.30 pm to 3pm during this period
June 4, 2014
"Queen" Ahlam wants to turn back the time to look better than Haifa Wehbe.
Filming has recently been taking place in the Abu Dhabi desert, where 25-year-old sisters Thea and Lika Shengelaia headed for four days of shooting.
June 3, 2014
A man accused of spying and collaborating with a foreign country is under investigation by the UAE's State Security.
The UAE has attracted more professional talent as a percentage of its workforce than countries such as Canada, Brazil, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, India, Singapore and Australia.