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Burj Khalifa, the site for world's highest selfies

Posted on 23/11/2014

Taking the selfie phenomenon to a new level, a 47-year-old British photographer captured an image of himself on top of Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the tallest man-made structure in the world. To take the highest selfie, Gerald Donovan, who has lived in the U.A.E. for seven years, used a special panoramic camera controlled by an i-Phone app to click at a height of 830 metres. Donovan, who has scaled almost every other skyscraper in Dubai, went atop the Burj Khalifa to put finishing touches to the ...  >>MORE

Remember those who have sacrificed their lives for humanity, says Nahyan

Posted on 11/11/2014

Events to commemorate those who have died in conflict, such as the annual Remembrance Day service held at St. Andrew's Church in Abu Dhabi yesterday (Sunday) evening are relevant to all people, the Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, has said. Speaking to WAM after attending the service, Sheikh Nahyan said, "It is important to remember those who lost their lives for peace and humanity, regardless of religion and regardless of culture. We ...  >>MORE

Fujairah World War Two casualty remembered

Posted on 11/11/2014

Sergeant William Donnelly, the only serviceman from Britain and the Commonwealth to die on active service in the United Arab Emirates during the Second World war, was remembered at a special ceremony in the East Coast village of Dhadnah yesterday Donnelly, a navigator with the (British) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, RAFVR, died on 14 February 1943, when his Wellington bomber crash-landed at Dhadnah after an engine malfunction. As part of activities marking the annual Remembrance Day, ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed names Abu Dhabi's tallest building after Mohammed bin Rashid

Posted on 04/11/2014

Acting on directives from President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the U.A.E. Armed Forces, gave orders to name the tallest building in Abu Dhabi City after Vice President and Prime Minister of the U.A.E. and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. H.H. Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Advisor and Deputy Chairman of ...  >>MORE

London hammer attack sentencing could make legal history in the UK: paper

Posted on 24/10/2014

Experts believe the case of Philip Spence, whose senseless and brutal hammer attack on three Emirati sisters shocked Britons and Emiratis alike, will make legal history if the judge carries out his threat to sentence him to a full life term in prison, the Abu Dhabi based English-language daily newspaper, The National, reported. In an article published in Wednesday's edition, it said, "Spence's crime, aggravated in the eyes of the law by the premeditated possession and use of a weapon; the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's ADNEC Capital Gate turns pink in celebration of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai

Posted on 14/10/2014

Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company, ADNEC, on Tuesday illuminated its iconic Capital Gate in pink colours to celebrate Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai's win of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. At 17-years old, Yousafzai is the youngest person to receive the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize. ADNEC said its celebratory gesture honours the role Yousafzai has played in spreading a global message of peace and raising awareness on the importance of female education and opportunity, a message to ...  >>MORE

Google offers a camel’s eye view of Liwa Oasis

Posted on 08/10/2014

Most images for Google Street View are collected with a car, but for the first time, the task was given to an animal – a 10-year-old camel named Raffia. Raffia walked through the desert around Liwa Oasis with a Street View camera mounted on top of her hump to create panoramic views for internet users around the world. The images, now available online at www.google.com/maps/views, show scenery from Liwa including dunes, the oasis, other camels and Raffia's footprints and shadow. Google has ...  >>MORE

Dubai pledges to be free from noise pollution

Posted on 29/09/2014

Dubai Municipality is planning to take legal measures against enterprises and institutions that exceed the noise levels emitted from their activities, in accordance with Ministerial Decree No. 12 of 2006 on the protection of air pollution, a senior official at the Municipality said. "During this October, the first phase of the project to monitor noise levels in Dubai kicks off, as it is being implemented in two phases. The first phase includes a comprehensive survey of these levels in the ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed meets U.A.E. chess players

Posted on 17/09/2014

His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the U.A.E. Armed Forces, has received a delegation from the U.A.E. Chess Federation, UAECF, headed by Saeed Mohammad Al Miqbali and Saud Mohammed Al Marzooqi, Manager of UAECF. The delegation included chess players from different age groups who have made significant achievements in the Asian and regional championships, as well as gold, silver and bronze medals winners. Speaking ...  >>MORE

Games industry looks for skill base to drive creativity

Posted on 12/09/2014

The U.A.E. video game industry, which touched Dh1 billion last year, has seen 11.5 per cent year-on-year growth since then, Microsoft's Aman Sangar told journalists at GAMES14, the video game convention which kicked off in Dubai on Thursday. Sangar, the company's Xbox lead for the Middle East and Africa, also revealed that all available Xbox One/Kinect bundles had sold out just one week after the firm's 15 simultaneous launch events last Thursday, though he declined to say how many had been ...  >>MORE

Emmy awards meeting in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 07/09/2014

A jury meeting for the International Emmy Awards will be hosted by Abu Dhabi on Monday, organised by the international academy of television arts and sciences. This year's edition will include TV series participation from Latin American countries in addition to the Best Actor Award for TV serials from European countries. There will also be a jury meeting to assess presented TV serials. Pyramedia company has also invited a number of U.A.E. and European movie makers and producers to join the ...  >>MORE

Ice Bucket Challenge goes corporate in U.A.E.

Posted on 25/08/2014

The Ice Bucket Challenge is not solely a celebrity domain. Over the past week, several tech titans have posted videos of themselves pouring freezing water over their heads to raise awareness for ALS, a fatal disease that attacks the nervous system. Many have also donated as well as taking the challenge. While Microsoft's Bill Gates and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg took on the challenge as individuals, Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's chief operating officer, involved dozens of colleagues, turning it ...  >>MORE

U.A.E.'s facilities management industry value could hit approximately Dh 20 billion by 2015, Says G4S

Posted on 25/08/2014

Facilities Management (FM) services contracts in the U.A.E. could be valued at approximately Dh 20 billion per annum by next year, according to G4S, a leading global security and outsourcing group in U.A.E. The statistic included FM services that ranged from cleaning services, pest control, office services, landscaping, waste management and building management systems with the exclusion of security services, an average of 60 per cent of most industries in the U.A.E. may outsource its FM ...  >>MORE

Drinking cups safe, rumours unfounded, says Environment and Water Ministry

Posted on 19/08/2014

Rumours that spread on social networking sites about drinking cups containing carcinogens were dismissed on Monday by the Ministry of Environment and Water (M.O.E.W) as unfounded. "All locally-produced and imported materials used for packaging, wrapping, covering and preparing foods, and including plastics, glass, metals, ceramic, wood, cardboard and paper, are put through strict tests before they are permitted to be used in order to ensure they comply with the U.A.E. relevant standards ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. Hot Air Balloon team partakes in International Hot Air Balloon Festival 2014

Posted on 12/08/2014

WARSAW: The U.A.E. Hot Air Balloon team took part in the 30th International Hot Air Balloon Festival 2014, from August 6th-10th, in Naleczow, Poland, as part of the team's World Hot Air Balloon Tour. The event has attracted participants from France, Croatia and Lithuania. The U.A.E. team, led by Captain Abdul Aziz Nasser Al Mansouri, Head Pilot, flew a balloon carrying the portrait of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, against a number of tough contenders during the ...  >>MORE

Queen Letizia of Spain and Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco visit Sheikha Fatima Centre for Gynaecological-Mammary Oncology

Posted on 17/07/2014

RABAT: Queen Letizia of Spain and Princess Lalla Salma, Chairwoman of the Lalla Salma Foundation for Cancer Prevention and Treatment, visited on Tuesday the Sheikha Fatima Centre for Gynaecological-Mammary Oncology at the National Oncology Institute affiliated to the Ibn Sina University Hospital in Rabat. On this occasion, Queen Letizia and Princess Lalla Salma toured the facility and were given details on the different services it offers. They also followed a presentation by the Lalla Salma ...  >>MORE

Beachgoers must carry IDs: Abu Dhabi Police

Posted on 15/06/2014

The Tourism Police Section of Abu Dhabi Police has urged all beachgoers, especially tourists, to carry their identification cards. Colonel Dr Rashid Mohammad Borshid, Head, Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Abu Dhabi Police, explained that identification cards ought to be carried at all times in order to help police maintain security and stability. Identity proof should be presented to security officers upon request, he added. Relaxing at the beach is no excuse for not carrying ...  >>MORE

Life-size Monopoly with cash prizes comes to three Dubai malls

Posted on 13/06/2014

Shoppers can now take part in a life-size version of the world-famous Monopoly board game at three of the emirate's most popular malls. The game, which for generations has allowed young and old alike to become a tycoon, will now be an eye-catching fixture in Mall of the Emirates, Deira City Centre and Mirdif City Centre in the run-up to Ramadan. People will be able to take part in games on the giant board and win cash and gift prizes. "I was an avid player of Monopoly when I was growing up ...  >>MORE

Ancient olive trees find new home at The Heart of Europe on Dubai’s The World islands

Posted on 29/05/2014

Two Mediterranean olive trees each more than a millennium old have found a new home on The World islands. The trees, dated between 1,300 and 1,400 years old, are being planted on the Heart of Europe chain of man-made islands off the Dubai coast by the UAE-based real estate developer Kleindienst Group. In all, 58 trees comprised of more than 10 varieties native to the Mediterranean will be planted. The developer hopes they will form the centrepiece of the islands and become one of the oldest ...  >>MORE

Up close and personal with sea lions in Dubai

Posted on 20/05/2014

A new opportunity to interact with sea lions has come to Dubai with the opening of Sea Lion Discovery at Atlantis, The Palm resort. Guests can experience a range of behaviours with South African fur seals, including kisses, cuddles, hugs and rubs. Wading into a waist pool, specialists there will also educate guests about the marine mammals. The sea lions also show off their dance moves, clapping skills, handstands, seal mimicry — sea lions are sometimes mistaken for seals — and ability to ...  >>MORE

BurJuman plays host to global Instagrammers

Posted on 18/05/2014

And so for the benefit of people who don't yet know what Instagram is, and what hashtags are, let alone what the first ever Dubai-based Worldwide ‘InstaMeet' that took place on Saturday morning in BurJuman mall might mean, we have news for you. Instagram is an online platform (basically an app or an application), where you can share photos and videos and exchange notes about them by commenting under them. You can take photos and apply a range of ‘filters' (such as colour treatments in blue, ...  >>MORE

Dubai’s cityscape at JBR’s The Beach fascinates visitors

Posted on 04/05/2014

Sand sculptor Jennifer Rossen says she packs the sand and water very tightly in wooden boxes to make a solid mould she can carve into. It's the question on everyone's lips, even His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. Sand sculptor Jennifer Rossen, who put together the sandy creations on JBR's The Beach and the new City Walk, says everyone wants to know whether the castles are made of just sand and water, or if ...  >>MORE

Voluntary work a token of gratitude to nation, says Saif bin Zayed

Posted on 24/04/2014

The voluntary work in service of larger Emirati house is an exemplary token of gratitude to this nation and its leadership, on provision of decent living conditions for all, said H.H. Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior. Sheikh Saif was speaking to 120 Emirati and expatriate volunteers of community police, who participated in organisation of a number of exhibitions, conferences, forums and awareness campaigns, in which the voluntary hours ...  >>MORE

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin turns 'aquanaut' in Dubai

Posted on 17/04/2014

American astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, turned ‘aquanaut' in Dubai last week when he helped launched new diving programmes at The Atlantis hotel. "The 84-year-old scuba-loving astronaut is a keen diver and had heard about our new diving programmes, so we arranged for him to be here. He joined us to help launch our exciting programmes and it was great to have him at Atlantis Mission Control,” a hotel spokesperson told XPRESS. She said the extremely fit octogenarian ...  >>MORE

Frenchman rescued from 25m-deep farm well

Posted on 09/04/2014

The Abu Dhabi Police rescued a French national who had fallen into a well at Al Khuraima on the Razeen road on Sunday. The man wandered off and trespassed into a private farm and fell in the 25-metre-deep well unnoticed. He clung on to a water pipe for more than four hours till help arrived. The police received a call on Sunday morning from a farmer reporting that a man, identified later as 34-year-old M.N., was trapped in one of the wells in a farm at Al Khuraima, between Al Ain and Abu ...  >>MORE

One dead, three hurt as cargo ship catches fire off Sharjah coast

Posted on 26/03/2014

A cargo ship caught fire and sank off Sharjah coast on Monday, killing one and injuring three others, a Civil Defence official said. One of the crew members is missing, the official added. The vessel caught fire 5 miles (8 kilometres) away from the Sharjah coast. "The fire broke out on board the vessel at around 9am,” Colonel Khalid Obaid Bin Kanoon, acting Director-General of Sharjah Civil Defence, told Gulf News. Colonel Bin Kanoon said three crew members sustained serious to moderate ...  >>MORE

Google Street View car spotted in Dubai Marina

Posted on 18/03/2014

Data collection begins with Dubai to become the first Arab city covered by the service Google Street View cars have been spotted collecting data around Dubai. Eagle-eyed Gulf News readers Rania Khallaf and Apaar Arora snapped the above pictures and Tweeted them on Monday. Seeing the cars around the streets of the emirate is becoming more and more common. Dubai will soon become the first Arab city to be part of the Street View service, which offers 360 degree panoramic shots allowing an ...  >>MORE

Photos captured by Syrian children to be displayed in Dubai

Posted on 11/03/2014

A photo exhibition showcasing the works of Syrian children who snapped pictures of their living conditions in refugee camps will be organised in Dubai. Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince, had previously ordered dispatching a team from the Hamdan Bin Mohammad International Photography Award (HIPA) to the Emirati-Jordanian camps for Syrian refugees. The team distributed cameras to children, who took the photos of their surroundings. The initiative stemmed from ...  >>MORE

UAE Vice-President Sheikh Mohammad tweets about desert surprise

Posted on 09/03/2014

During a private weekend safari with his young daughter, Al Jalila bint Mohammed, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, joined a brainstorming session held by a team of Chinese employees under a Ghaf tree in the desert. Much to their surprise, the team of employees found the Ruler of Dubai interacting with them and admiring their choice to seek inspiration in the tranquil ambience of the desert. Sheikh Mohammed listened to the ...  >>MORE

The world's most advanced 3D activity tracking device launched during Car Free Day in Dubai

Posted on 20/02/2014

mymo, the world's most advanced 3D activity tracking device was launched yesterday during the Dubai Municipality's Car Free Day in the presence of Humaid bin Mohammed Obaid Al Qattami, Minister of Education, Abdul Rahman bin Mohammed Al Owais, Minister of Health, Dr. Rashid Ahmed bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water, Major General Khamis Mattar Al Mazine, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Hussein Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality. The ministers and senior ...  >>MORE

MasterChef judge impressed with Abu Dhabi’s green fare

Posted on 20/02/2014

Judge of MasterChef Australia George Calombaris was in Capital for Gourmet Abu Dhabi culinary festival. The amiable judge of MasterChef Australia, George Calombaris, took to the waters around Abu Dhabi's Eastern Mangroves last weekend to discover more of the capital's eco-system and sustainability efforts. Calombaris, who was in Abu Dhabi for a starring role in the annual Gourmet Abu Dhabi culinary festival, took to the channels running through the mangroves with Ian Walker, skipper of the ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airport Tower sports world's largest cancer awareness ribbon

Posted on 14/02/2014

The massive ribbon, made in 24 colours measures 128 feet in length and 60 feet across Dubai Airports demonstrated its support for global cancer awareness by unveiling the world's largest cancer awareness ribbon on an air traffic control tower at Dubai International as part of a major global campaign under the theme 'Early Detection Saves Lives!' The massive ribbon, made in 24 colours to represent all types of cancer - measures 128 feet in length and 60 feet across, and spans nearly the entire ...  >>MORE

DM launches new comprehensive knowledge portal

Posted on 31/01/2014

The Knowledge Management Department of Dubai Municipality has launched a comprehensive knowledge portal aimed at promoting the exchange of knowledge, knowhow and best practices among employees, organisational units and departments of the civic body. The move comes as part of the department's keenness to provide excellent services, according to Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director-General of Dubai Municipality. Thousands of employees take benefit from the portal through the exchange of ideas and ...  >>MORE

Denim project's proceeds to go to Ghaf tree foundation

Posted on 30/01/2014

Local design house ZinZin, launches the eco-friendly cause during its participation at Dubai Shopping Festival's first-ever sustainable Market OTB. Ever heard of the saying ‘fashion feeds forestation'? No. Then you're not alone as it's merely just a fabrication, but some of Dubai's more creative dwellers are adding truth to the myth. During a dash for scrap denim in Downtown Dubai on Tuesday, the cotton twill textile appeared like gold dust as several fashion designers fought to get their ...  >>MORE

Snap-happy residents tweet best shots of Abu Dhabi

Posted on 28/01/2014

Thousands of people have subscribed to a social media account dedicated to showcasing the capital. Rami Abuarja, a Jordanian who has lived in Abu Dhabi for two years, decided to set up the account on Twitter to collect snaps from around the emirate. "I am an Instagram user myself and one day I was out on the Corniche in Abu Dhabi and this idea came to me,” Mr Abuarja said. "If I could take everyone's pictures and put them all in one place, everyone in the world can see what Abu Dhabi is ...  >>MORE

Young Emirati to take a bow

Posted on 26/01/2014

When most 11-year-olds are busy working on their maths skills, Ajman's Khawla Al Rayhi is mastering the intricacies of Mozart and Vivaldi. The Emirati wunderkind has been dazzling fans for nearly five years with her violin skills, with starring ¬performances as part of the Emirati Youth Symphony Orchestra. She will be the star once again on Monday at Emirates Palace when she plays in front of a sold-out crowd, ¬before Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra take the stage. ...  >>MORE

Copter crashed in Dubai's Palm Island

Posted on 23/01/2014

Two men sustained medium to serious injuries when a private helicopter crashed today while taking off from the Palm Island in Dubai. The wounded were airlifted to Rashid Hospital for treatment. Authorities have launched an investigation to determine the cause behind the incident. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

UAE posts largest number of photos in Instagramers Gallery among Arab countries

Posted on 21/01/2014

Since the birth of the first photograph in 1826, more than 3.5 trillion photos have been created in the world. Images are currently being taken at the rate of 380 billion per year. At this rate, it will take the world 9.2 years to double the amount of the photos to more than 7 trillion. This was highlighted by Phil Gonzalez, Co-founder of Instagramers Gallery, the world's largest online photo gallery, on which the UAE figures as No. 1 among Arab countries using the leading photo platform. ...  >>MORE

Patriotism on Wheels: ADU's Car Decoration showdown opens a social media highway for creativity

Posted on 14/01/2014

After attracting an overwhelming flood of stunningly creative entries, Abu Dhabi University's Car Decoration contest has crowned its winner, Abdalla Al Sharij Al Mannaee, a Business Risk Analyst at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, whose out-of-the-box decoration stood head and shoulders above the rest. The competition, which attracted more than 4,000 people, underlines ADU's status as the UAE's leading university in social media activities, having engaged approximately 3 million users through ...  >>MORE

Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai hails support of President Sheikh Khalifa

Posted on 05/01/2014

Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani education activist has hailed the support of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan during her ordeal. "I was lucky to have the support of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan," she told Emirates News Agency, (WAM) in a statement, also praising Her Highness Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, Chairwoman of the General Women's Union, Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development Foundation and of the Supreme Council for Motherhood ...  >>MORE

DP World-owned ship plays key role in Antarctica rescue

Posted on 04/01/2014

Researchers and tourists stranded aboard an ice-jammed ship in Antarctica since Christmas Day have been rescued by a DP World-owned ship — which remains on standby for another possible rescue. The Aurora Australis, an icebreaker owned by DP World subsidiary P & O Maritime, now has the entire 52 chiefly Australian passengers on board, while the 22 Russian crew remain on the strandedMV Akademik Shokalskiy — which is still lodged in an ice pack — waiting to attempt to free it when weather ...  >>MORE

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Burj Khalifa, the site for world's highest selfies


Remember those who have sacrificed their lives for humanity, says Nahyan


Fujairah World War Two casualty remembered


Mohamed bin Zayed names Abu Dhabi's tallest building after Mohammed bin Rashid


London hammer attack sentencing could make legal history in the UK: paper


Abu Dhabi's ADNEC Capital Gate turns pink in celebration of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai


Google offers a camel’s eye view of Liwa Oasis


Dubai pledges to be free from noise pollution


Mohamed bin Zayed meets U.A.E. chess players


Games industry looks for skill base to drive creativity


Emmy awards meeting in Abu Dhabi


Ice Bucket Challenge goes corporate in U.A.E.


U.A.E.'s facilities management industry value could hit approximately Dh 20 billion by 2015, Says G4S


Drinking cups safe, rumours unfounded, says Environment and Water Ministry


U.A.E. Hot Air Balloon team partakes in International Hot Air Balloon Festival 2014


Queen Letizia of Spain and Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco visit Sheikha Fatima Centre for Gynaecological-Mammary Oncology


Beachgoers must carry IDs: Abu Dhabi Police


Life-size Monopoly with cash prizes comes to three Dubai malls


Ancient olive trees find new home at The Heart of Europe on Dubai’s The World islands


Up close and personal with sea lions in Dubai


BurJuman plays host to global Instagrammers


Dubai’s cityscape at JBR’s The Beach fascinates visitors


Voluntary work a token of gratitude to nation, says Saif bin Zayed


Astronaut Buzz Aldrin turns 'aquanaut' in Dubai


Frenchman rescued from 25m-deep farm well


One dead, three hurt as cargo ship catches fire off Sharjah coast


Google Street View car spotted in Dubai Marina


Photos captured by Syrian children to be displayed in Dubai


UAE Vice-President Sheikh Mohammad tweets about desert surprise


The world's most advanced 3D activity tracking device launched during Car Free Day in Dubai


MasterChef judge impressed with Abu Dhabi’s green fare


Dubai Airport Tower sports world's largest cancer awareness ribbon


DM launches new comprehensive knowledge portal


Denim project's proceeds to go to Ghaf tree foundation


Snap-happy residents tweet best shots of Abu Dhabi


Young Emirati to take a bow


Copter crashed in Dubai's Palm Island


UAE posts largest number of photos in Instagramers Gallery among Arab countries


Patriotism on Wheels: ADU's Car Decoration showdown opens a social media highway for creativity


Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai hails support of President Sheikh Khalifa


DP World-owned ship plays key role in Antarctica rescue