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Kuwaiti minister lauds UAE balloon team

Posted on 04/03/2013

Kuwait: The Kuwaiti Minister of Information and Youth Sheikh Salman Hamoud Al-Saba has praised the achievements of the ‘UAE Balloon' team both in the Gulf and internationally, notably during their participation in the celebrations of the 52nd National Day and the 22nd independence day of Kuwait. This came during Sheikh Salman's meeting in his office at the headquarters of the Ministry of Information with the members of the international teams taking part in the celebrations headed by Captain ...  >>MORE

UAE teen’s dream of meeting WWE superstar John Cena comes true

Posted on 03/03/2013

Make-A-Wish Foundation helps UAE teen meet superstar wrestler The Make-A-Wish Foundation made the dream of a 16-year old boy come true when he met his favourite top world wrestler and WWE superstar John Cena in Doha. Fahd Al Shehhi expressed his extreme delight at meeting Cena after the foundation made all the necessary arrangements for him to meet the world wrestler who was in Doha last week to participate in the WWF Raw. An American, Cena is also a celebrated actor in Hollywood films such ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Book Fair's cultural services highlighted in New York

Posted on 24/02/2013

The Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF) held a series of talks with various cultural institutions and publishing houses in New York as part of its visit to the United States. The visit comes in line with the SIBF's commitment to enhance intercultural relations and explore ways to forge further partnerships and expand the scope of foreign participations, as well as other related matters. The Director of SIBF, Ahmed bin Rakkad Al Ameri, held a meeting with Publishers Weekly (PW), a leading ...  >>MORE

Pedal your way through Downtown Dubai

Posted on 24/02/2013

Visitors to Emaar's Downtown Dubai, which houses the world's tallest tower, the Burj Khalifa, and the world's largest mall, the Dubai Mall, besides a number of other attractions, need not worry about their environmental footprint anymore. For, they can now rent a push-bike from conveniently located docking stations to explore the myriad wonders of the iconic location. Not only are the push-bikes a convenient travel mode, they also promote physical well-being and are environment-friendly. The ...  >>MORE

Fifth ring road in Kuwait named after late Sheikh Zayed

Posted on 19/02/2013

His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Jaber Al Sabah, Amir of Kuwait, has named the fifth ring road in Kuwait after the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. The posthumous move comes in appreciation to the achievements of Sheikh Zayed at the Gulf, Arab and Islamic levels. The decision was taken during the weekly Cabinet session in Kuwait chaired by Kuwaiti Prime Minister His Highness Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al Hamad Al Sabah. Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) said the decision was taken upon the ...  >>MORE

Etisalat- Eye of the Emirates received 115,000 visitors in 2012

Posted on 19/02/2013

More than 100,000 people visited the Etisalat-Eye of the Emirates, one of the most prominent landmarks in Sharjah and the highest Ferris wheel in the region, in 2012, according to Sultan Mohammed Shattaf, Manager of Al Qasba. Last year saw a turnout of 115,000 visitors, compared to 100,887 visitors in 2011, Shattaf said. Since being launched in 2005, the Etisalat-Eye of the Emirates has become an increasingly popular choice and a favourite destination for a lot of visitors and tourists, and ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid makes schoolgirl's wish come true

Posted on 18/02/2013

A little girl's dream came true when 'Father Mohammed' paid her a surprise visit to her school. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Sunday visited Al Ahliya Charity School where he met Mira Ali Murad, who invited ‘Father Mohammed' to her school. Mira posed a question through a video broadcast during the opening session of the Government Summit, which was held last week in Dubai. She asked whether Sheikh ...  >>MORE

22 Asians killed, 24 others injured in major traffic accident Al Ain

Posted on 05/02/2013

Twenty two Asians were killed, while 24 others sustained various injuries in a major traffic accident on Monday at Saih Sabra district in Al Ain. The accident, which happened at around 07:53 am, involved a trailer and a bus carrying the workers to their place of work. The trailer, which was carrying the building materials fell on the workers, All the police teams and Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) rushed to the scene of accident, where the injured were rushed to Tawam, Al Ain ...  >>MORE

Dubai poised to emerge as the next global fashion capital

Posted on 04/02/2013

Vogue Italia set sights on local fashion; Emirati designers to get platform to showcase their talent She's known to court controversy with her cover pages, but the Vogue Italia powerhouse kept oil spills and ‘slave earrings' on the back burner, as Franca Sozanni jetted into Dubai on a maiden voyage to launch a fashion experience that could very well place the emirate on the map as the next couture capital after Paris and Milan. The editor-in-chief of one of the top fashion magazines in the ...  >>MORE

360-degree interactive view from Dubai's Burj Khalifa wows the web

Posted on 30/01/2013

A vertiginous panoramic view from the peak of the tallest building in the world has been made available online. The Burj Khalifa Panorama, an interactive application by local photographer Gerald Donovan, shows a view of Dubai from 828 metres high. The panorama is stitched together from 48 panoramic images, shot at a resolution of 80 megapixels. After these were stitched together, the 'gaps' in the panorama were stitched together by 70 individual photos. "The Burj Khalifa is a perfect ...  >>MORE

Fastest elevator: Taipei 101; Burj Khalifa 3rd

Posted on 26/01/2013

The fastest traveling elevators in the world are not in Burj Khalifa, the tallest tower in the world, but the tower of superlatives does have the world's fastest "double-decker” elevators, says Emporiswww.emporis.com. Click to see gallery of Top 10 fastest elevators in the world The international building-data provider states though the engineers working on the design of Burj Khalifa first thought about installing triple-decker elevators, which would have been the first in the world, ...  >>MORE

Aston Martin Vanquish sports car lands on Burj Al Arab in Dubai

Posted on 21/01/2013

This is the sight that amazed people along Dubai's coast on Thursday as Aston Martin landed a Vanquish sports car on the helipad of the Burj Al Arab. This is the sight that amazed people along Dubai's coast on Thursday as Aston Martin landed a Vanquish sports car on the helipad of the Burj Al Arab. The British luxury car maker performed the stunt as part of its centenary celebrations. It's the first time a car has been placed onto the helipad, which sits more than 300m above the ground at ...  >>MORE

About Sharjah: A tea-ming coffee shop

Posted on 06/01/2013

Up to 10,000 customers a day, from as far afield as Dubai, flood towards the teapot-shaped Al Breej tea shop in order to get their daily fix of tea and coffee — often fighting it out to get served before the shutters close at 2am. The vast quantities of customers, who are served by the shop's meagre staff of eight, seem impossible to behold. Yet, in this uniquely designed shop, a stone's throw from Al Qasba along Khalid Lagoon, the growing number of customers crazy for a cuppa — or even fresh ...  >>MORE

Spectacular Abu Dhabi fireworks ring in 2013

Posted on 01/01/2013

A series of spectacular fireworks lit the Abu Dhabi skies for about six minutes, as thousands of revellers thronged the Emirates Palace and Abu Dhabi Corniche on New Year's Eve to mark the end of 2012 and welcome 2013. A host of extraordinary activities also took place in the capital's hotels and clubs for New Year's Eve parties. The festive mood came a live with special concerts by famous Arab singers Ali Al Deek, Dominique Hourani at Crowne Plaza on Yas Island as well as Kazem Al Saher and ...  >>MORE

Brighter beginning

Posted on 01/01/2013

Tall expectations lit up the world's highest tower at the start of 2013. The Burj Khalifa ushered in the New Year with a spectacle of fireworks riding on the sentiment of hope. Tourists and residents rejoiced, hope soared and the grand show didn't disappoint the millions who watched awestruck. The world's tallest tower provided the background for a harmony of lights, music and pyrotechnic. It was indeed a night to remember for revellers who partied long into the wee hours of the New Year. ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler opens the First General Assembly of UAE writers

Posted on 27/12/2012

Member of Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi opened yesterday the inaugural General Assembly of the UAE Writers. The conference is being organised by the UAE Writers Union at the University of Sharjah. The two-day conference has been dedicated to the name of the Late Sheikh Zayed as a tribute to the founding father of the UAE federation. Inaugurating the General Assembly, the Ruler, who is also the honorary President of the UAE Writers Union, ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed comforts Brain cancer child

Posted on 25/12/2012

In a compassionate parental gesture, His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, visited yesterday Safia Mohammed Al Katheri, an 11 year-old girl who is currently receiving treatment from brain cancer at Khalifa Medical City in Abu Dhabi. Sheikh Mohammed was updated by attending physicians on Safia's health condition, her response to treatment and arrangements being made to send her abroad for ...  >>MORE

Expatriates celebrate Christmas togetherness

Posted on 25/12/2012

For many Christian expatriates in the UAE who are celebrating Christmas in Dubai on Tuesday, the special day is marked with family get-togethers and prayers. Many Christian churches in the country have held special masses since December 16, taking advantage of the religious freedom the UAE leadership accords its residents. Among those thankful for UAE's religious tolerance is Sabu George, an Indian expatriate. George said his family of six, including his parents, will spend Christmas Eve ...  >>MORE

Emirates Palace Santa: camels the obvious choice in the UAE

Posted on 25/12/2012

The Emirates Palace's Santa Claus takes a moment out of his busy schedule to talk about Christmas in Abu Dhabi and why he favours camels over reindeers in the Middle East. I know this is a really busy time of year for you. Thanks for taking the time to talk to The National. No problem at all. Formalities first. Do you prefer Father Christmas or Santa Claus? Just call me Santa. OK, Santa. I hear you arrived in Abu Dhabi in a somewhat unconventional manner. Ho, ho, ho. Yes. I came by ...  >>MORE

Fog warning issued for Tuesday

Posted on 25/12/2012

Thick fog blanketed most parts of the country for a second day on Tuesday, forcing traffic to a crawl in some areas. Visibility was poor and motorists were not able to see more than a car's length ahead. On Al Khail Road in Dubai, visibility was at 50 metres in some areas. Dense fog also settled on key roads like Sheikh Zayed Road and Business Bay Crossing. Motorists reported a traffic jam on Al Khail Road towards Sharjah. On Monday, the situation was worse on some of the highways such as ...  >>MORE

Dubai cooks up a new Guinness World Record

Posted on 19/12/2012

Call it cooking up a world record or one for the New Year, but Dubai plans to usher in 2013 in style – by breaking a world record. The emirate's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing and Emirates Culinary Guild plan to break a Guinness Record on Friday, January 4, 2013, the eighth anniversary of the accession of UAE Prime Minister and Vice-President HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum as the Ruler of Dubai. The Location will be Meydan. The existing record was made in Korea in May ...  >>MORE

Ferrero Rocher’s sweet tribute to Burj Khalifa

Posted on 13/12/2012

Luxury chocolate maker Ferrero Rocher has taken its brand to new heights, literally. On Friday, December 7, chocolate connoisseurs joined Italian Ambassador to the UAE Giorgio Starace and Ferrero Middle East and Africa General Manager Dott Magnarello during the unveiling of a 12-metre Golden Tower. However, lest you feel like indulging your sweet tooth and taking a bite from the tower, be informed there's no chocolate in it — the tower is made entirely of hollow plastic bowls wrapped in ...  >>MORE

Search on for Abu Dhabi’s most beautiful gardens

Posted on 11/12/2012

The Civic Administration has launched a completion to select the most elegant gardens in homes in contest for the whole of Abu Dhabi emirate. The contest aims to appreciate garden owners' endeavours for a healthy lifestyle and contributions to improving their surrounding environment. The contest, with nine categories, is open to those who own and develop gardens at their homes in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, and the Western Region of Abu Dhabi emirate, Al Ain Municipality announced on Sunday. The ...  >>MORE

Guinness entry for Maqta Fort model in aluminium cans

Posted on 09/12/2012

A group of Emirati youths has made a model of Abu Dhabi's historic Al Maqta Fort using empty aluminium cans, breaking the previous Guinness record made by Japanese earlier in the year. To enter their sculpture into the Guinness World Records, 30 trainees working at Mubadala and Dubal-owned smelter Emirates Aluminium (Emal) in Taweelah, used 46,566 empty cans -against 35,679 cans used by Japanese in September- to make their real-sized sculpture. They spent 50.5 hours to build the sculpture. The ...  >>MORE

Zayed building opened at Sandhurst

Posted on 24/11/2012

London: In memory of the UAE founding father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, has opened the 'Zayed Building' at the Royal Military Academy - Sandhurst (RMAS). The UAE donated AED 880 million to pay for the construction of the building, in recognition of the fact that Sandhurst was one of the first international education institutions to accept UAE students, which it has been doing for four decades. The ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid stresses value of human capital

Posted on 20/11/2012

His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, attended the Distinguished Leadership seminar organised by the Sheikh Khalifa Government Excellence Programme at the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince, and Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, also attended the event. The seminar was presented by David Ulrich, an expert in the ...  >>MORE

Sultan orders free zone for book publishing

Posted on 08/11/2012

His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has ordered the construction of the first specialised book-publishing free zone in Sharjah as part of his efforts to promote reading and the digital and traditional publishing industry towards a knowledge-based community. The announcement was made on the sidelines of the 31st Sharjah International Book Fair opened by the Ruler of Sharjah at The Sharjah Expo Centre on Wednesday. Sheikh Sultan ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Police Fun Zone activities launched

Posted on 27/10/2012

The Abu Dhabi Police Department "Fun Zone” exhibition activities kicked off in synchronisation with Eid Al Adha at the Abu Dhabi cornice. The activities are a part of the awareness campaign launched by the security media administration in the deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior's office, under the slogan "The road has its manners and speed has its tracks”. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Guinness world record for hand washing set

Posted on 11/10/2012

Washing your hands with soap is more effective against the transmission of infections than using vaccinations, stressed a senior municipality official on Tuesday. "According to international surveys, 80 per cent of the diseases are transmitted through touching people in unhygienic conditions. People are not aware of the importance of hand washing when mingling with others, and we can keep away from a number of diseases by simply washing our hands with soap,” said Redha Hassan Salman, director ...  >>MORE

Inventors from UAE reach reality show final

Posted on 01/10/2012

Software that projects virtual keyboards on to students' desks and a shopping cart that follows its user around helped two UAE scientists beat 7,000 others to reach the final 16 of the Stars of Science reality show. Dr Mohamed Watfa, an assistant professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Wollongong Dubai, and Aisha Saleh, an Emirati final-year civil engineering student at the University of Sharjah, are competing for a first prize of Dh1.1 million. They were among 20 ...  >>MORE

Dubai Customs launches online open contest "Nema"

Posted on 13/09/2012

Dubai Customs has announced the launch of an online open contest, entitled "Nema", for everyone to share their proposals and contributions in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), from which the best proposals for sustainable and economically-rewarding projects in the fields of environment, community, trade activity, work environment, national identity and customer service, will be chosen. Nema was specifically designed to encourage online public contributions in CSR programs, ...  >>MORE

UAE’s first reality show to hit television screens in October

Posted on 13/09/2012

The launch of the UAE's first ever reality show, ‘The Entrepreneur' is finally set for Oct.3 and the premiere episode, the culmination of which is a Dhs1 million cash prize, can be watched by tuning in to Dubai One during primetime at 9pm. This will be the nation's most talented show in which entrepreneurs compete for the prize of a lifetime. Episode one of the eight-part series of du's ‘The Entrepreneur' would be an introduction to the series, giving a chance to know the judges, understand ...  >>MORE

Dubai: home of world records to get its own Guinness office

Posted on 02/09/2012

Biggest, fastest, longest, tallest … the UAE collects superlatives, and world records, like other nations collect Olympic medals. The number of such achievements has grown to a level that has prompted Guinness World Records to open a Dubai office to keep tabs on them all. "The UAE currently holds 102 records," said Talal Omar, the Middle East representative for Guinness World Records. "So establishing an official presence in the Middle East has been a direct response to the demand for ...  >>MORE

UAE Balloon wins Poland's International Hot Air Balloon Festival

Posted on 28/08/2012

The UAE Hot Air Balloon has made waves in Europe, winning the cup of 28th Poland International Hot Air Balloon Festival. The UAE balloonists outperformed their European rivals, especially those from France and Norway. Captain Abdul Aziz Al Mansouri, Pilot of UAE Balloon, stated after his return home from Poland, that the team, flying a balloon carrying portrait of His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of UAE Armed ...  >>MORE

Crocodile exhibit at Dubai Mall

Posted on 23/08/2012

The special showing will include sessions such as ‘Crocodile Tears,' ‘On Target,' ‘Space Invaders,' ‘Just Chillin,' ‘SOS' and ‘Watch Out,' each detailing specific aspects on the behavioural patterns of crocodiles. The exhibit will put the spotlight on the need to conserve crocodiles, which are increasingly hunted for their meat and skin to make a range of luxury accessories. Gordon White, general manager of Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, said: "There is something new for every visitor, and ...  >>MORE

Dubai's golden cupcake lands on world's most-expensive dishes list

Posted on 23/08/2012

The emirate's Golden Phoenix cupcake has made a list of the world's most expensive dishes, as compiled by a BBC travel website. Priced at Dh3,676 and whipped up with 23-carat edible gold sheets, the cupcake is crafted with Italian chocolate, vanilla beans from Uganda and strawberries dipped in edible gold. The cupcake must be ordered 48 hours in advance at Bloomsbury's in Dubai Mall. Dubai's golden cupcake made it on the BBC list with a US$18,713 (Dh68,723) chocolate gold-flake dessert ...  >>MORE

The world's biggest book "This is Mohammed" by Guinness World Records features in Al Ain Mall

Posted on 22/08/2012

Al Ain Mall is currently showcasing the world's biggest book: This is Mohammed (PBUH), by Guinness World Records in world languages. Earlier in February H. H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, deputy ruler of Dubai and UAE minister of finance had launched at Al Maktoum at the Dubai World Trade Centre the world's biggest book: This is Mohammed (PBUH). The book relates the course of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH). The book, which weighs 1, 000kg, will also feature in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and other ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality’s mapping, 360° panorama projects afford myriad aerial images of emirate

Posted on 13/08/2012

The Geographic Information Systems Department at Dubai Municipality announced the successful completion of Dubai Map and 360° Panorama projects. Abdul Hakim Malik, director of GIS, said that the launch of these projects is aimed to provide integrated geographic information of the Emirate of Dubai and to enable everyone to benefit from them in various fields. "The Dubai Map project is an aerial photography project acquiring high quality colour digital aerial images and orthoimagery of Dubai ...  >>MORE

Grand Mosque stands as beacon to lighting designer's legacy

Posted on 09/08/2012

At dusk each evening in the UAE, three of the most iconic buildings in the Middle East - if not the world - find a fresh lease of life thanks to three very different but equally inspiring displays of lighting. The award-winning illumination of the Burj Al Arab, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and the Burj Khalifa was the work of Speirs + Major, an Edinburgh-based firm of lighting designers. And, since the death at the age of 54 of company founder Jonathan Speirs on June 18, the three projects ...  >>MORE

David Boudia dives off Burj Khalifa in TV ad for Olympics

Posted on 02/08/2012

Visa's London 2012 Olympic Games ad campaign running currently on YouTube features US diving team member and Olympian, David Boudia, climbing to the spire of Burj Khalifa in Dubai - the tallest building in the world. And then... leaping from it with an unending series of somersaults as he dives with many others into the pool below. The voiceover says that David Boudia "makes over 25,000 practice dives a year; which is like diving off the tallest building in the world over 180 times." "All of ...  >>MORE

Smile Convoy in Al Maqtaa to entertain kids

Posted on 30/07/2012

The Municipality of Abu Dhabi's (ADM) on-going environmental, recreational and sports initiative ‘Smile Convoy' arrived at Al Maqtaa on Wednesday, kicking off 20 days of family fun. The event aims to provide children with safe and stimulating activities at parks and recreational facilities located outside Abu Dhabi Island, said Dr Badriya Al Dhahri, ADM Director of community services. "The municipality is keen on diversifying sources of entertainment and competitions, providing all types of ...  >>MORE

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Kuwaiti minister lauds UAE balloon team


UAE teen’s dream of meeting WWE superstar John Cena comes true


Sharjah Book Fair's cultural services highlighted in New York


Pedal your way through Downtown Dubai


Fifth ring road in Kuwait named after late Sheikh Zayed


Etisalat- Eye of the Emirates received 115,000 visitors in 2012


Mohammed bin Rashid makes schoolgirl's wish come true


22 Asians killed, 24 others injured in major traffic accident Al Ain


Dubai poised to emerge as the next global fashion capital


360-degree interactive view from Dubai's Burj Khalifa wows the web


Fastest elevator: Taipei 101; Burj Khalifa 3rd


Aston Martin Vanquish sports car lands on Burj Al Arab in Dubai


About Sharjah: A tea-ming coffee shop


Spectacular Abu Dhabi fireworks ring in 2013


Brighter beginning


Sharjah Ruler opens the First General Assembly of UAE writers


Mohammed bin Zayed comforts Brain cancer child


Expatriates celebrate Christmas togetherness


Emirates Palace Santa: camels the obvious choice in the UAE


Fog warning issued for Tuesday


Dubai cooks up a new Guinness World Record


Ferrero Rocher’s sweet tribute to Burj Khalifa


Search on for Abu Dhabi’s most beautiful gardens


Guinness entry for Maqta Fort model in aluminium cans


Zayed building opened at Sandhurst


Mohammed bin Rashid stresses value of human capital


Sultan orders free zone for book publishing


Abu Dhabi Police Fun Zone activities launched


Guinness world record for hand washing set


Inventors from UAE reach reality show final


Dubai Customs launches online open contest "Nema"


UAE’s first reality show to hit television screens in October


Dubai: home of world records to get its own Guinness office


UAE Balloon wins Poland's International Hot Air Balloon Festival


Crocodile exhibit at Dubai Mall


Dubai's golden cupcake lands on world's most-expensive dishes list


The world's biggest book "This is Mohammed" by Guinness World Records features in Al Ain Mall


Dubai Municipality’s mapping, 360° panorama projects afford myriad aerial images of emirate


Grand Mosque stands as beacon to lighting designer's legacy


David Boudia dives off Burj Khalifa in TV ad for Olympics


Smile Convoy in Al Maqtaa to entertain kids