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Mall plays Olympics' brand ambassador

Posted on 10/08/2008

The task of promoting Beijing Olympic Games has been aptly given to Dragon Mart, as one of the locations to mark the Olympic festivities in Dubai. This was part of the efforts of Chinese diplomatic missions around the world to organise simultaneous activities before and during the Beijing Olympics to celebrate the Olympic spirit worldwide. Additionally, a photo exhibition about the Beijing Olympics is being held at the Chinese Consulate in Dubai from July 17 till the end of the Games. The ...  >>MORE

Dr. Marian Kennedy of Al-Ain Oasis Hospital - Report

Posted on 21/07/2008

Dr. Marian Kennedy, who passed away on Thursday, July 17, at her home town of Carmichael, California, jointly opened with her husband, Pat Kennedy, the Oasis Hospital in Al-Ain in the early 1960s, in line with the wish of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. Dr. Marian, who died at the age of 84, lived and worked in the UAE for about four decades, offering to the UAE people medical services at a time when the region lacked the most basic healthcare service. Through hard and selfless ...  >>MORE

Hospital founder and healthcare pioneer dies

Posted on 20/07/2008

Dr Marian Kennedy, the woman who helped to revolutionise healthcare in the UAE, has died at the age of 84, WAM reported. The award-winning doctor, who opened Abu Dhabi's first hospital with her husband Pat Kennedy, died peacefully on Thursday at her home in California, where she moved after her lengthy stint in the Middle East. The Kennedys, who had four children, founded the Oasis Hospital in Al Ain in Nov 1960, under the patronage of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan, the founder of the ...  >>MORE

Sheikha Fatima pays glowing tribute to Dr Marian Kennedy

Posted on 19/07/2008

HH Sheikha Fatima bin Mubarak, has sent condolence cable to Nancy Kennedy and family over demise of her mother, Dr Marian Kennedy. Sheikha Fatima expressed her profound and deep sorrow about the death of Dr Kennedy, who rendered diligent services during her service at Oasis Hospital, which she cofounded with her husband in 1960s, in Al Ain. "UAE nationals, particularly in Al Ain and Eastern region will always remember Dr Kennedy for her great medical services and healthcare. The deceased with ...  >>MORE

Tribute to Dr. Marian Kennedy

Posted on 19/07/2008

Dr. Marian Kennedy, who together with her husband, Dr. Pat Kennedy, opened the Oasis Hospital in Al-Ain in the early 1960s, has passed away. According to her daughter, Nancy Kennedy, "Kennedy died peacefully" back home in Carmichael, California, on Thursday, July 17 at the age of 84. The deceased is survived by four children. Dr. Marian was one of the recipients of the inaugural Abu Dhabi Awards, presented by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, H.H. ...  >>MORE

Lawyer wins award for documenting nature

Posted on 25/06/2008

A corporate lawyer by profession and a naturalist by inclination, Gary Feulner has spent a thousand weekends over the past 25 years painstakingly documenting the plant, insect and animal life of the UAE. On Sunday night, the American's dedication was recognised when he was awarded the Sheikh Mubarak bin Mohammed Annual Prize for Natural History. Feulner, 60, the chairman of the Abu Dhabi Natural History Group for more than a decade, was presented with the award by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak, ...  >>MORE

Princess Haya is Patron of London Philharmonic Orchestra's work in Dubai

Posted on 11/06/2008

Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, Wife of UAE Vice-President and Prime Minister, Ruler of Dubai HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum has agreed to be the Patron of the Orchestra's work in Dubai commencing with immediate effect, it was announced by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. "The London Philharmonic Orchestra is honoured and pleased to announce that Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, Wife of UAE Vice-President and Prime Minister, Ruler of Dubai HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin ...  >>MORE

Temporary Naif Souq set to open later this month

Posted on 10/06/2008

Dubai Municipality will open by the last week of this month the temporary Naif Souq as all works of the project are set to complete by mid-June and traders will be given a week's time to move their goods to the new shops. This was stated by Juma Khalifa Al Fuqaei, Director of General Maintenance Department, which is undertaking construction of the temporary market which is located 500 meters away from the original souq which was gutted in an inferno in early April. He noted that the ...  >>MORE

Anti-graffiti campaign attempts to sway youth

Posted on 22/05/2008

Eyes are out to catch vandals whose spray-paint scrawls are making the capital look "miserable” to tourists, the Abu Dhabi Municipality warned yesterday, introducing the city's first major push against graffiti. The municipality, in partnership with local police, is fighting what it described as a "rapidly spreading phenomenon” of street taggers treating public walls as urban canvasses. "Graffiti is making the image of the city of Abu Dhabi look miserable to residents, but especially to the ...  >>MORE

Girl students from UAE to visit 'Art Basel' exhibition in Switzerland

Posted on 19/05/2008

A delegation of young Emirati art students will attend Art Basel, the world renowned international art show in Switzerland. The participation comes within the framework of newly launched 'Sheikha Manal Art Exchange Program'. Wife of HH Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Presidential Affairs, HH Sheikha Manal Bint Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Women's Establishment (DWE), last week unveiled the unique 'Art Exchange Program', meant to enhance the creative ...  >>MORE

UAE leaders condole Chinese President on quake victims

Posted on 14/05/2008

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a cable of condolences to Chinese President Hu Jintao on the death of scores of Chinese people by a quake that jolted Wenchuan County, Sichuan Province in southwest China. Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has also expressed sympathy to the Chinese president.– Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Ruler of Sharjah gets honorary doctorate from a Jordanian University

Posted on 07/05/2008

HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, UAE Supreme Council member and ruler of Sharjah, has been awarded a honorary doctorate in management by a Jordanian university in recognition of his efforts in the scientific research and cultural fields in the UAE and Arab world. Sheikh Sultan received the doctorate yesterday in Jordanian capital, Amman, in a ceremony attended by the Jordanian senior educational officials. They recounted unlimited efforts of Sheikh Sultan in service of Arab culture. ...  >>MORE

World’s largest Dinosaur comes to Dubai

Posted on 04/05/2008

The world's largest meat-eating Dinosaur named Sue is on display at Children's City. The exhibit, in collaboration with Field Museum in Chicago, also held various activities for visiting children as part of their Crazy Bone Day. Children of all ages took part in digging up old fossils and dinosaur bones in a big sand pit using shovels, archaeological tools and some even used their bare hands. With the children's favourite; Barney the Dinosaur's theme song playing in the background, kids ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler offers 30 million pounds to University of Cairo

Posted on 08/04/2008

His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, yesterday offered 25 million Egyptian pounds for completing the central library at the Cairo University. Sheikh Sultan also donated 5 million Egyptian pounds as a deposit for scientific research. Sheikh Sultan announced the donations during an address he made yesterday while opening a new laboratory and research complex at the faculty of agriculture as part of the University's centenary. 'It ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Mohammed wins Khalifa UAE Writer Award

Posted on 03/04/2008

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has won the Sheikh Khalifa UAE Writer Award for his book 'My Vision - Challenges in the Race for Excellence', the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR) announced. The award was presented to HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, by Dr. Jamal Sanad Al-Suwaidi, Director General of the ECSSR, on the sidelines of its 13th ...  >>MORE

John Major visits Zayed Foundation

Posted on 11/03/2008

Former British Prime Minister John Major visited here today the Zayed Higher Foundation for Humanitarian Welfare and Minors Affairs in Abu Dhabi. Major is visiting the UAE to participate in the third annual conference of the Zayed Foundation, which opens in Abu Dhabi today. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Duchess of York visits Imperial College London Diabetes Centre in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 11/03/2008

It is vitally important to ensure that children understand the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, according to Sarah, Duchess of York. During a visit to Imperial College London Diabetes Centre in Abu Dhabi yesterday the Duchess told more than 55 children from Abu Dhabi International School (AIS) that the secret to a healthy life is a balanced diet and regular exercise. The children are at the Centre as part of an on-going initiate, I EAT RIGHT, that is aimed at coaching the UAE's children on the ...  >>MORE

Dinosaur brings interactive fun to children

Posted on 01/03/2008

A fully articulated cast skeleton of Dinosaur Sue went on display at the Children's City on Friday. Engineer Abdullah Rafea, assistant director general of Dubai Municipality for Environment and Public Health Affairs, opened a new exhibition from the United States called a 'T. Rex Named Sue'. A 'T. Rex Named Sue' brings the story of the largest, most complete, and best preserved T. Rex. A full-sized cast of Sue's skeleton is the centrepiece of this travelling exhibition, while a ...  >>MORE

Greenspan visits Cultural District designs exhibition

Posted on 27/02/2008

Former US Fed Chief Alan Greenspan yesterday visited concepts designs exhibition for the Saadiyat Cultural District. Accompanied by Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Greenspan viewed the designs of the multibillion-dollar cultural district which lies 500 meters north east of Abu Dhabi city, occupying an area of 27 sq km. Saadiyat will be home to some of the world's most prestigious museums, including the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi contemporary art museum, the Louvre Abu Dhabi universal museum, a ...  >>MORE

Ruler of Sharjah offers donation for Arab and Muslim scholars' encyclopaedia

Posted on 23/02/2008

His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah offered donation to the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation (ALECSO) to help it complete compilation of encyclopaedia for Arab and Muslim literary figures and scientists. Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Owais, director general of the department of culture and information in Sharjah said the "donation comes in line with unlimited support of Sheikh Sultan to the projects which ...  >>MORE

Zayed mosque to allow guided tours

Posted on 20/02/2008

Non-Muslims are being encouraged to visit Sheikh Zayed Mosque, one of the largest in the world and an architectural wonder. The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) is to begin scheduled guided tours of the mosque to promote greater cross-cultural religious and heritage understanding, it was announced yesterday. "Four tours will be held on February 21 as part of Abu Dhabi's celebration of International Tourist Guide Day. From the beginning of next month, daily tours will be conducted from ...  >>MORE

Cairo University felicities Dr. Sultan Al Qasimi

Posted on 27/01/2008

As part of its centennial celebrations, the University of Cairo has felicitated H.H Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member, and Ruler of Sharjah. Dr. Sultan, a graduate of Cairo University was honoured by the university for his academic achievements as well as for his enormous contributions to the Arab cultural and intellectual movement. The felicitation of Sheikh Sultan was also a token of appreciation for his unstinted support to the University of Cairo. Addressing ...  >>MORE

World's oldest aeroplane to make Middle East debut

Posted on 03/01/2008

The Bleriot XI, the world's oldest plane, will make a regional debut at Al Ain Aerobatic Show later this month, among a number of contestants coming to display breathtaking flying stunts. The plane was built in the early years of last century and it crossed the English Channel from Calais to Dover in 36.5 minutes, securing a place in history books, said the show organisers. The Bleriot XI also performed its first flying loop in 1913 at one of the first ever air shows in Europe. "This plane ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed attended first round of ''million's poet'' programme

Posted on 27/12/2007

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, attended Tuesday at Al Raha Beach theatre the million's poet programme. The programme is produced by the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH). Mohammed Khalaf Al Mazrouei, director of the ADACH, a number of officials, Nashwa Al Rawaini, executive director of Paramedia Company, and poetry fans attended the event. The names of 48 competitors taking part in ...  >>MORE

Christmas spirit alive and well despite increased cost of goods

Posted on 24/12/2007

Residents on last minute Christmas shopping sprees said they felt the impact of increased prices compared to last year. Despite the price hikes, the Christmas spirit was very alive as people thronged the shopping centres for last-minute gifts and posed for pictures next to Christmas trees and Santa Claus. Many were scouring shops to find the right Christmas gifts for their loved ones. Helen McClare held her one-year-old grandchild as she posed for pictures in front of a Christmas tree; she had ...  >>MORE

Caracal International to build shooting club in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 15/12/2007

Armed Forces Officers Club has signed an agreement with Caracal International, the Abu-Dhabi based light weapons manufacturer, contracting the latter to construct, develop and equip the first purpose-built shooting club in the capital city. To be located at the prestigious Abu Dhabi Officers' Club, the shooting club will boast a lavish 25m shooting range along with a broad range of amenities that include a simulation shooting range, an impressive gift shop and a luxury coffee shop, according to ...  >>MORE

Dubai auction raises 3 million dollars for AIDS

Posted on 12/12/2007

A classic car belonging to Hollywood star Sharon Stone helped to raise three million dollars for an AIDS charity in an auction during Dubai's fourth international film festival, a statement from the charity said on Tuesday. The star-studded event late on Monday at a luxury desert resort saw Stone's 1961 Lincoln Continental sell to an unidentified buyer for 400,000 dollars, said the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) for which the actress is global fundraising chairman. Hollywood ...  >>MORE

American “Young Leaders” to visit UAE

Posted on 10/12/2007

The Emirates Foundation, one of the leading philanthropic institutions in the UAE, will welcome a group of young Truman Scholars from the USA on an intensive, high-level UAE familiarization trip which begins tomorrow (December 10). Truman Scholars are considered among the elite of United States' graduates, dedicated to careers in the country's public service. Only 65 are selected each year from thousands of applicants, in a program named after the 33rd US President, Harry S Truman. Eighteen ...  >>MORE

Largest map of UAE made of 500,000 finger prints unveiled

Posted on 27/11/2007

Major General Khaleel Daoud Badran, Director General of the Financial services and Administration and the Chairman of the Golden Jubilee Organizing Committee, unveiled the world's biggest map of the UAE made up of half million finger prints, as a sign to honour the services of Abu Dhabi Police, on the eve of its Golden jubilee celebrations that commence on the 5th of next month. The map was created in coordination with Abu Dhabi Police Watani, a social development program, and my home land my ...  >>MORE

Seven killed as bridge collapses in Dubai

Posted on 09/11/2007

At least seven workers were killed and 15 other injured when an under-construction bridge collapsed in Sufooh Road, near Jumeirah Marina Mall in Dubai, said Matar Saeed Al Tayer, Director General of Dubai Roads & Transport Authority (RTA). Al Tayer said the bridge collapsed when a crane operator placed too many steel bars on the bridge's top layer. "From an engineering point of view, the amount of steel placed that was more than the allowed. There are certain safety rules that any contractor ...  >>MORE

Two-Fold fault behind bridge collapse: Dhahi Khalfan

Posted on 09/11/2007

Dubai Chief of Police, Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim has blamed Thursday's collapse of a bridge in Dubai on the crane driver and poor site supervision. He said after inspecting the accident site in Sufooh area, near Jumeirah Marina Mall in Dubai, "My tentative assumption is that the bridge collapsed because a crane driver had tried to lift a 1.5 tonne load of steel onto the bridge. The load, however, hit against the bridge columns causing it to collapse," he said. "The fault is ...  >>MORE

RTA expresses sorrow for the bridge collapse

Posted on 09/11/2007

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has expressed its sorrow at the collapse of an under-construction bridge in the Marina area of Dubai on Thursday night, killing seven workers and injuring many others who were on the scene. Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board Executive Director of RTA expressed his condolences to the families of the victims. A statement by RTA said the bridge collapsed because a crane operator had placed too many steel bars on the bridge's top layer. "This is a human ...  >>MORE

Fifteen UAE citizens evacuated from blaze-stricken California

Posted on 26/10/2007

Washington - Some 15 out of 25 UAE citizens living in San Diego in the fire-hit California were evacuated by air to Seattle, the UAE diplomatic mission here said. San Diego is among the worst affected areas. A committee chaired by UAE Ambassador in Washington Saqr Ghobash is following up conditions of UAE citizens in the areas affected by massive fire in southern California. The committee has made constant contacts with citizens living there to enquire about their conditions and meet their ...  >>MORE

Grey Whale washes up at Jebel Ali Port

Posted on 23/10/2007

A dead grey whale was found floating in the marine channel access to Jebel Ali Port on Sunday. EHS, the Environment, Health and Safety regulatory arm of Dubai World, supervised the extraction of the whale in order to be preserved and embalmed. A team of specialists from EHS, port divers and governmental specialists was dispatched to the site to investigate what happened to the 12m long and 9 tones weight grey whale. Ahmed Abdul Hussain, CEO said: "Gray Whales are an endangered species in the ...  >>MORE

Dubai Dolphinarium denies wild dolphin report

Posted on 16/10/2007

Reports that 30 dolphins are to be brought to Dubai tomorrow continue to cause confusion, with bosses of the emirate's Dolphinarium project saying they know nothing about the consignment, said a Dubai- based daily today. The mammals were said to have been bought from the Solomon Islands after the tiny Pacific nation reversed an earlier decision to ban the trade. Robert Satu, boss of the company that claims to be supplying the wild mammals, said they would be flown to Dubai on two DC-10s. The ...  >>MORE

Wonca World Conference honours Emirati

Posted on 04/10/2007

The organizing committee of the 18th Wonca World Conference held in Singapore last June has ranked a paper presented by an Emirati doctor as one of the best working papers chosen from a total of 700 papers presented by doctors from around the world. First Lt. Dr. Faraj Saeed Mohammed Al Za'abi from the UAE Armed Forces had presented a paper on Family medicine. The conference was dedicated to the theme: 'Genomics and Family Medicine' (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Gergawi highlights Dubai’s pioneering role in philanthropic efforts at Clinton Global Initiative

Posted on 30/09/2007

Dubai's unprecedented success not only as a business and finance hub, but as a city with a soul is reflected in its resolute commitment to philanthropic causes, said H.E. Mohammed Al Gergawi, UAE Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, at the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative. More than 1,000 business leaders and representatives from NGOs, academics and governments attended the summit, which was held in New York recently. Participating in the panel discussion, "Successful Models ...  >>MORE

Former US Chief counter-terrorism adviser lectures in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 19/09/2007

Former US Chief counter-terrorism adviser on the U.S. National Security Council Richard Clarke expressed appreciation of the balanced policies adopted by the UAE for building a successful society that possesses a vision for the future and moves ahead to development and growth. The successes the UAE has achieved based on the foresight of the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan AL Nahyan for turning ideas into tangible results demonstrate a sincere desire for building a bright future for the coming ...  >>MORE

Creek Park dolphinarium gets ready to make splash

Posted on 17/09/2007

Building work has been completed on a dolphinarium in Dubai and the opening is less than three months away, a senior official has told Gulf News. Fitting out is currently underway at the new facility, which will form part of Dubai Marine World at Dubai Creek Park. When announced two years ago, the plans for the dolphinarium caused concerns among animal welfare campaigners who said it was cruel to keep dolphins in captivity and make them perform tricks. Dubai Municipality pressed ahead with the ...  >>MORE

Residents leave homes as tremor hits

Posted on 14/09/2007

A tremor was felt all over Ras Al Khaimah at 7.45pm yesterday and many people left their homes and went onto the streets. There is no earthquake centre to record measurements in Ras Al Khaimah but the authorities estimated the tremor to have been at least 4 on the Richter scale. The Police Operations Room and the Civil Defence Department received scores of phone calls from the public inquiring about the tremor and what to do. Numerous police patrols went all over the emirate checking ...  >>MORE

UAE Balloonists embark on Arab tour

Posted on 09/09/2007

Coming fresh from the international open balloon festival in Germany, the UAE's Hot Air Balloon team embarked today on a whirl-wind tour of Arab World. Flight Captain Abdul Aziz Nasser Al Mansouri, President of the UAE balloon Team, said the tour of the will start from Libyan capital, Tripoli. "The Arab World tour which will commence from the Arab Maghreb, will be launched under the theme 'The World Will Not Forget Zayed,” he added. He paid tribute to General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al ...  >>MORE

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Mall plays Olympics' brand ambassador


Dr. Marian Kennedy of Al-Ain Oasis Hospital - Report


Hospital founder and healthcare pioneer dies


Sheikha Fatima pays glowing tribute to Dr Marian Kennedy


Tribute to Dr. Marian Kennedy


Lawyer wins award for documenting nature


Princess Haya is Patron of London Philharmonic Orchestra's work in Dubai


Temporary Naif Souq set to open later this month


Anti-graffiti campaign attempts to sway youth


Girl students from UAE to visit 'Art Basel' exhibition in Switzerland


UAE leaders condole Chinese President on quake victims


Ruler of Sharjah gets honorary doctorate from a Jordanian University


World’s largest Dinosaur comes to Dubai


Sharjah Ruler offers 30 million pounds to University of Cairo


Sheikh Mohammed wins Khalifa UAE Writer Award


John Major visits Zayed Foundation


Duchess of York visits Imperial College London Diabetes Centre in Abu Dhabi


Dinosaur brings interactive fun to children


Greenspan visits Cultural District designs exhibition


Ruler of Sharjah offers donation for Arab and Muslim scholars' encyclopaedia


Zayed mosque to allow guided tours


Cairo University felicities Dr. Sultan Al Qasimi


World's oldest aeroplane to make Middle East debut


Mohammed bin Zayed attended first round of ''million's poet'' programme


Christmas spirit alive and well despite increased cost of goods


Caracal International to build shooting club in Abu Dhabi


Dubai auction raises 3 million dollars for AIDS


American “Young Leaders” to visit UAE


Largest map of UAE made of 500,000 finger prints unveiled


Seven killed as bridge collapses in Dubai


Two-Fold fault behind bridge collapse: Dhahi Khalfan


RTA expresses sorrow for the bridge collapse


Fifteen UAE citizens evacuated from blaze-stricken California


Grey Whale washes up at Jebel Ali Port


Dubai Dolphinarium denies wild dolphin report


Wonca World Conference honours Emirati


Gergawi highlights Dubai’s pioneering role in philanthropic efforts at Clinton Global Initiative


Former US Chief counter-terrorism adviser lectures in Abu Dhabi


Creek Park dolphinarium gets ready to make splash


Residents leave homes as tremor hits


UAE Balloonists embark on Arab tour