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MISCELLANEOUS - GENERAL ARTICLES

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

Mosque to be built in Al Maktoum college in Dundee

Posted on 12/07/2012

Dundee - A ceremony was held on Tuesday to mark the official launch of a £1 million mosque development for the Al Maktoum College of Higher Education campus in Dundee. More than 70 jobs are expected to be created during the construction phase, which is due to start in September with completion next summer. The mosque, the first in the city with a minaret, will be a three-storey building with a community area at ground-floor level. Prayer and worship areas will be on the first and second ...  >>MORE

World's most expensive cupcake goes on sale in Dubai

Posted on 02/07/2012

Let them eat cake - but only if they can afford it! The world's most expensive cupcake is now on sale for a princely cost of Dh3,700 (US$1,007). Made using 23-carat edible gold sheets, the Golden Phoenix went on sale on Thursday to celebrate the opening of the cupcake franchise Bloomsbury's in the Dubai Mall. Other high-end ingredients include organic flour and butter, imported from the UK, Italian chocolate and vanilla beans from Uganda. For added decadence, the costly cupcake is ...  >>MORE

Dubai World Trade Centre building 'an example for the future'

Posted on 26/06/2012

The British architect John Harris thought his work in Dubai was done after he laid out the first master plan for the city and saw his ideas become reality in the 1960s. Mr Harris was at the airport preparing to leave when he felt a hand on his shoulder and a voice said: "Sheikh Rashid wants to see you." The subject that Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed, then Ruler of Dubai, wished to discuss was a new commission - the World Trade Centre. Mr Harris and his practice went on to design the tower, ...  >>MORE

Korea's leading travel magazine describes Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque as pride of UAE

Posted on 18/06/2012

Seoul - Korea's leading trendy travel magazine featured tourism attractions of Abu Dhabi and Dubai in its latest hard copy edition as well as online edition on the recent visit of its editorial staff to UAE at the invitation of National Media Council. The publication widely circulated both wholesalers and retailers of tour programmes, not to mention general public, started with a lengthy story with photos about Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque which it described as an absolutely stunning piece of ...  >>MORE

New Japanese cars join DM's fleet

Posted on 16/06/2012

Dubai Municipality will include in its fleet a new kind of Japanese cars manufactured specifically for the purposes of agricultural services, cleaning and waste transport in addition to other services provided by the Municipality in the various facilities of the city. This came during Humaid Al Marri, Director of Transportation Department meeting with a Japanese delegation led by Jochen Nogache, Director General of the Hino the subsidiary of Toyota, who presented the new fleet of vehicles to ...  >>MORE

UAE villas prove architectural marvels don't always reach for the sky

Posted on 16/06/2012

Abu Dhabi and Dubai are famous for ground-breaking architecture, but this flair isn't confined to the large cities. Anna Zacharias talks with local homeowners in Ras Al Khaimah and Umm Al Qaiwain who have found their own style. Photos by Jaime Puebla. Rashed Saeed imagined his dream home would be the shape of an aeroplane. "But that was too expensive," says Saeed. "So I said I will make a house that is all glass. But that was also too expensive. So I did this." His "house of the future" is a ...  >>MORE

Divers try to plug leaks in sunken tanker

Posted on 12/06/2012

Umm Al Qaiwain - The White Whale, an oil tanker that ran aground in late October, poses a serious risk to coastal marine life in the UAE if it cannot be salvaged or the 1,000 tonnes of diesel stored in its holds safely drained, an official has warned. Lying on the seabed 35 kilometres off the coast in Umm Al Qaiwain, the vessel continues to leak fuel, according to reports, despite efforts to patch holes in the hull late last year. "It will be catastrophic if any of the diesel tanks burst ...  >>MORE

Operation underway to recover sunken ship off Umm Al Qaiwain

Posted on 10/06/2012

A ship which sank last Wednesday off Umm Al Qaiwain coast is being salvaged now as the weather and sea conditions improved, Environment '&' Water Minister Dr Rashid Ahmed bin Fahd announced yesterday. Dr bin Fahd said diving operations to determine exact position and condition of sunken vessel 'The White Whale', began today from abroad a giant ship pending its recovery. "A team from the Ministry's Marine Research Centre is stationed there to ensure a clean recovery operation without causing ...  >>MORE

New local fashion brand launched

Posted on 10/06/2012

Nazek Al Sabbagh, the Emirati engineer and businesswoman, has launched "Zari O' Breesam”, a new fashion brand that represents an addition to UAE brands eyeing a global footprint, driven by quality, innovative designs and aggressive marketing. Zari O' Breesam aims to attain a market share in the UAE of over 20 per cent within three years, said Al Sabbagh, who is confident that the brand will emerge as a key Emirati player in the Gulf fashion industry, which is growing at 15 per cent annually, ...  >>MORE

UAE to get copy of world's largest atlas next Week

Posted on 09/06/2012

Dr. Abdulla El Reyes, Director-General of the National Centre for Documentation and Research (NCDR) will hold a press conference on next Tuesday, 12th June 2012, at the NCDR premises to receive the first copy of the Earth Platinum Atlas, the largest atlas in world history. Earth Platinum" is a comprehensive world atlas, featuring a world map for each of the thematic topics, Europe map, Canada map, USA map, Australia map, India map and more. It will present the best national geographic map for ...  >>MORE

Oldest pearl found in Umm Al Qaiwain

Posted on 09/06/2012

The oldest pearl in the history of human kind which goes back to the Neolithic age some 7,500 years old was found in the UAE. The French National Centre for Scientific Research announced on Thursday that gem specialists believed that the oldest pearl known goes back to 3000 BC and was found at an antiquity site in Japan. The centre added that the pearl that was discovered lately in Umm Al Qaiwain goes back to 5500 BC after it was tested by Carbon 14. Thus they added the pearl is the ...  >>MORE

Make-A-Wish UAE grants Abdulrahmans' wish of becoming a prince

Posted on 06/06/2012

Make-A-Wish United Arab Emirates, under the leadership of chairwoman H.H. Sheikha Sheikha Bint Saif Bin Mohammad Al Nahyan, has granted the wish of five and half year old Emirati boy Abdulrahman at Al Bateen Palace, Abu Dhabi. Abdulrahmans' wished to be a Prince! He arrived at the Palace dressed in his custom made royal robes. On entering the Majlis he was greeted by H.H. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan and H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and his guests. Sitting at ...  >>MORE

Scale model of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque displayed in Zayed Centre for Arabic Language in China

Posted on 05/06/2012

A delegation from the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre (SZGMC) in Abu Dhabi, headed by Mr. Yousif Al Obaidli, Director of the SZGMC, presented a scale model of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque to the Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Centre for Arabic Language and Islamic Studies in Beijing, the Capital of China, in the presence of Omar Ahmad Al Bitar, the UAE Ambassador to the Republic of China. The architectural scale model is delicately constructed on a scale of 1:150 and reflects the unique ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality launches Operational Marine Forecasting '&' Warning System for Dubai coastal zone

Posted on 30/05/2012

Eng. Salem Bin Mesmar, Assistant Director General of Dubai Municipality Tuesday announced the launching of Operational Marine Forecasting '&' Warning System for Dubai coastal zone, during a ceremony held in the conference hall of the municipality main building. Eng. Salem said this system is the first in kind in the region and one of the best in the world, which is capable to forecast the sea conditions accurately and help the swimmers, fishermen, sea transport and marine companies as well as ...  >>MORE

Celebrating 50 years of The Club in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 30/05/2012

In 1962, Abu Dhabi's burgeoning expat community needed somewhere to let off steam. Yet the small town's social scene was rather thin on the ground at the time. The Club (formally The British Club) was the answer, starting from a small building with a wind tower and overseen by a committee of expatriates led by Colonel Hugh Boustead, a British government agent to Abu Dhabi. The venue has now become a key spot in the city, with 4,500 members from the wider community. It celebrated its 50th ...  >>MORE

Dubai expat wins National Geographic photography competition

Posted on 28/05/2012

A Dubai expatriate has won first place in a National Geographic Abu Dhabi photography competition that received 80,000 entries from across the Middle East. Amri Arfianto's dazzling image of a Dubai cityscape will be printed in National Geographic Al Arabiya Magazine. Mr Arfianto also won photography equipment worth US$5000. The second-place winner was Firos Syed, from Qatar, who photographed a man cycling through a puddle. The third-place winner was Reham Darwish, from Egypt, who ...  >>MORE

Make-A-Wish UAE fulfils wish of Emirati boy to meet his favourite football player Yasser Al Gahtani

Posted on 23/05/2012

Make-A-Wish United Arab Emirates has fulfilled the wish of a 6 year old boy Emirati Abdullah to meet the Al Ain Football team player Yasser Al Gahtaini. The 6 year old boy loves football and is an Ainawi fan. Abdullah is currently being treated at SKMC from Leukaemia. His favourite colour is purple, and he loves to eat apples. His favourite TV show is Tom '&' Jerry and Batman. Like all little boys, he loves going to shop at Toys R Us. Abdullah attended the wish grant with his father, ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre’s Exhibition "Spaces of Light" draws huge turnout

Posted on 23/05/2012

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre "Spaces of Light" exhibition has received a large turnout of visitors who are interested in the art of photography in Abu Dhabi and the UAE. The exhibition, which opened mid-April during a honorary ceremony of the winners in the second round of the competition "Spaces of Light", includes the winning photos in the contest, which was a great hit with 5, 000 participants from 50 different countries around the world. The exhibition also hosts a number of other ...  >>MORE

Wildlife photographs on show at Emaar Boulevard

Posted on 12/05/2012

There's still time to check out the last weekend of an unusual outdoor photo exhibit on Emaar Boulevard in Downtown Dubai, say Wild Arabia organisers. Up to 100 professional wildlife images of animals from across the region were taken by National Geographic Al Arabiya and presented on the boulevard near The Address Hotel. The exhibit ends Saturday and is open to the public. Caterina Lo Mascolo, partner and director of Univers K, the firm behind the event, said it was co-sponsored by ...  >>MORE

Princess Bee to record song about UAE

Posted on 06/05/2012

The song, which features lyrics written in both English and Arabic, talks about the country's transformation from being a small pearl diving community to a modern metropolis with tall skyscrapers. The Arabic lyrics of the song ‘Emirates' are taken from a poem titled ‘The Gentle Eastern Breeze', which was written by His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the Father of the Nation. Princess Bee said the song is scheduled for recording by this summer with an Arabic vocal coach enlisted ...  >>MORE

Korean Media delegation commends efforts of Sheikha Fatima on Emirati women empowerment

Posted on 03/05/2012

The visiting Korean delegation has lauded the efforts of H. H. Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, Chairwoman of the General Women's Union, Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development Foundation and Chairwoman of the Supreme Council for the Motherhood and Childhood, on boosting the role of women in all fields. The remarks were made by the Korean media delegation members, while visiting the General Women's Union, where they were briefed about the achievements of Sheikha Fatima and Emirati women. ...  >>MORE

Make-A-Wish UAE will Join the World by granting special wish on World Wish Day

Posted on 30/04/2012

Make-A-Wish United Arab Emirates will Join the World on World Wish Day, the global celebration of wish granting, on 29 April by fulfilling a 10 year-old girl Shivani to be a princess and host a cupcake party. The wish will be among 100s granted on World Wish Day in 48 countries served by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. World Wish Day is organised by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to commemorate the anniversary of the wish that inspired the creation of what is now one of the world's leading ...  >>MORE

UAE launches Global Sustainable Cities Network at 3rd CEM in London

Posted on 29/04/2012

London - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) announced the launch of a major new initiative, the Global Sustainable Cities Network (GSCN), at the third annual Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) yesterday in London. This builds on the UAE's already active role in international clean energy cooperation through several initiatives in efficiency and low-carbon energy supply. The GSCN will provide a platform for pioneering sustainable city initiatives throughout the world; enabling knowledge sharing of ...  >>MORE

British Embassies in UAE celebrate 100 Days to go to London Olympics

Posted on 19/04/2012

The British Embassies in Abu Dhabi and Dubai marked the 100 Days to go to the London Olympic Games in partnership with different local communities across the UAE. In Abu Dhabi, the British Ambassador Dominic Jermey unveiled a mural on the wall by Embassy's entrance which picks up themes of the UK and the UAE together at the Olympics and is based on a fusion of mini masterpieces by children from schools across Abu Dhabi of varied ages, nationalities and backgrounds. Those children won "The ...  >>MORE

UAE: Avoid travel to quake-hit countries

Posted on 12/04/2012

The National Centre for Metrology and Seismology (NCMS) said the UAE was safe from the earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, but the UAE Foreign Ministry urged its citizens to take precautions and avoid travelling to the quake-hit countries except in situations of ultimate necessity. Undersecretary of the Foreign Ministry Juma Mubarak Al Junaibi said the government is seriously following-up through its diplomatic missions in the South-East Asian countries the present conditions of ...  >>MORE

Move to promote Emirati identity

Posted on 12/04/2012

Commercial establishments in Dubai including eateries will be asked to highlight the Arabic language in their boards and menu cards, as part of a new initiative of the Dubai Municipality to promote Emirati identity. The new campaign titled ‘Our Character is Our Identity' will promote and propagate Emirati identity among the Municipality's staff, clients and the general public, the Director General of the Dubai Municipality, Hussain Nasser Lootah said in a press release. "Various factors ...  >>MORE

Minister attends funeral of Pope Shenouda

Posted on 21/03/2012

Cairo – H.E. Abdul Rahman bin Mohammed Al Owais, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, represented President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the funeral of Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark Diocese here on Tuesday. Al Owais conveyed the condolences of Sheikh Khalifa; His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai; Their Highnesses Members of the Supreme Council and ...  >>MORE

The road trip from Dubai to Abu Dhabi, as it looked in 1972

Posted on 18/03/2012

Almost exactly 40 years ago, over the Eid weekend in January 1972, I was driven from Dubai to Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, and back. I was with two engineers from JD & DM Watson - Peter Lochery and Peter Griffiths - and we took sufficient provisions and sleeping bags for two nights in the desert. I was a year-out architecture student from London, without a local driving licence - so I made the journey in the back of a canvas-covered Series II Land Rover pickup, kindly loaned to us by Otac, the ...  >>MORE

Children lead the way at Plantation Week in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 05/03/2012

Manar Al Mustafa gingerly placed a sapling in the soil, her face beaming with excitement. "I normally go the field behind our house in Bani Yas and water the trees there. But today was the first time I have planted a tree myself, and it has been a wholly enjoyable experience," the 10-year-old pupil of Al Noor School told Gulf News. Manar was one of dozens of children attending a slew of activities in the capital organised as part of the 32nd Plantation Week, which focuses on raising ...  >>MORE

Another for the record books

Posted on 29/02/2012

This city is no stranger to world records. It is home to the world's tallest building, has the longest driverless metro system and even provided the longest line of sandwiches and largest shopping trolley. Now it can add the world's biggest book to that list. Standing five metres tall and spanning more than eight metres across, This is Mohammed was yesterday officially named the world's biggest book by Guinness World Records. An official adjudicator spent the day measuring the dimensions ...  >>MORE

Dubai Fountain's Whitney Houston tribute goes viral on Net

Posted on 15/02/2012

The Dubai Fountain – one of the emirate's top attractions and a must-see for tourists – has once again gone viral on the internet with its latest show synchronised to the late Whitney Houston's famous ‘I Will Always Love You'. Houston died in a Beverly Hills hotel room Saturday on the eve of the music industry's Grammy Awards, and because of her drug battles, speculation arose that she might have died of a drug overdose. There has been an outpouring of grief from her legions of fans ...  >>MORE

Competition aims to find ‘most beautiful home garden’ in Sharjah

Posted on 06/02/2012

Sharjah Municipality (SM) announced the launch of the ninth session of the Most Beautiful Home Garden competition as a promotion for the cultivation of plants and the expansion of household greenery and green parks. Director General of Sharjah Municipality Eng Sultan Abdullah Al Mualla said that the contest aims to promote interest in home gardening. The competition was initially launched in 2003 and is now being held for the ninth consecutive year. The competition invited active ...  >>MORE

NASA chronicles Dubai’s progress

Posted on 02/02/2012

A dramatic video of Dubai's exponential growth viewed from space over the past 11 years has once again put the emirate in the spotlight. The video, which is a compilation of images collected by NASA's space satellite from 2000-2011, shows Dubai's rapid urbanisation and the rapid sprouting of the islands of Palm Jumeirah and The World. Massive on-ground projects showing new Dubai areas can also been seen taking shape. Images of Dubai's Urbanisation are on NASA's list titled World of Change. ...  >>MORE

Captain missing after storm sinks ship off Sharjah

Posted on 24/01/2012

An Indian captain is missing and believed dead after his ship sank off Sharjah in the rough seas that battered the Northern Emirates over the weekend. Five members of the ship's crew, all Indian nationals, survived after swimming to a nearby breakwater, where rescue teams gathered them up. Yesterday, police boats and rescue teams were searching the area for the captain's body. Sources said the ship had not been carrying cargo and posed no threaten to the environment. The ship went down ...  >>MORE

Senior officials, state workers join the symbolic event

Posted on 19/01/2012

Senior officials from 18 government agencies left their cars at home or at the Metro stations to join the third edition of Dubai's Car-Free Day (CFD) along with an estimated 3,500 public-sector workers who made a symbolic shift from guzzlers to public transport on Wednesday. The festive event kicked off at 7.45am from Etisalat Metro station on Dubai Metro's Green Line, picking up more officials and rank-and-file workers with each stop. After alighting from the Union Square station some 18 ...  >>MORE

Nakheel launches cruises around landmarks

Posted on 17/01/2012

Nakheel plans to generate extra revenue by conducting cruises around its Palm Jumeirah and The World developments. The first set of cruises, under the brand name ‘Cruise with Nakheel' will tour the Palm Jumeirah, offering views of the island's resorts, villas, apartment complexes and marina. The trips will cater to groups of 12, 15 or 30 people on vessels of three sizes: 38, 52 and 80 feet. Cruise prices will start at Dh1,000 per boat, depending on the size of the vessel. The one-hour ...  >>MORE

Stunning show at Burj Khalifa overwhelms New Year revellers

Posted on 02/01/2012

Hundreds of thousands of people ushered in the New Year at Downtown Dubai as the colours of the UAE national flag lit the night sky and brilliantly draped the Burj Khalifa in an eight-minute fireworks display yesterday. Standing 828 metres above the ground, the world's tallest building was illuminated in white, red, and green hues from top to bottom for the first time. The spectacular fireworks display was themed as a salute to the UAE for its 40 years of nationhood. "The New Year's ...  >>MORE

Live broadcast of Burj Khalifa New Year's Eve

Posted on 29/12/2011

To mark the ringing-in of 2012, Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI) will broadcast to the world the impressive fireworks display that will benefit from the iconic Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, as its centrepiece The fireworks can be viewed from Downtown Dubai as well as a designated location within Meydan area The event will also be broadcasted live, and viewers will be able to follow live broadcast of Dubai's celebration on Dubai Media Incorporated's Dubai TV, Dubai One, and Dubai ...  >>MORE

UAE Balloon Team to launch Khalifa Balloon Award 3rd edition

Posted on 28/12/2011

The UAE Balloon team completed preparations for the launch of the third edition of the Khalifa Balloon Award from Tannheim, Austria, according to the team leader Captain Abdul Aziz Nasser Al Mansouri. The event is organised in collaboration with the German team led by Flight Captain Ruddy Hoover. Al-Mansouri made his remarks following inspections of preparations in Stuttgart, Germany for the event which is scheduled between 8-22 January 2012. He also hailed the support extended to the ...  >>MORE

Lebanese Author wins Al Owais Cultural and Scientific Achievement Award

Posted on 27/12/2011

The Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Cultural Foundation has announced that novelist and author Amin Maalouf is the winner of its Cultural and Scientific Award in the twelfth session (2010-2011). Abdul Hamid Ahmed, Secretary General of Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Cultural Foundation, said that the decision was made after several meetings of the Foundation's Board of Trustees, who reviewed and discussed the 162 candidates nominated in the twelfth session of the Award and finally Amin Maalouf was declared ...  >>MORE

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Smile Convoy in Al Maqtaa to entertain kids


Mosque to be built in Al Maktoum college in Dundee


World's most expensive cupcake goes on sale in Dubai


Dubai World Trade Centre building 'an example for the future'


Korea's leading travel magazine describes Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque as pride of UAE


New Japanese cars join DM's fleet


UAE villas prove architectural marvels don't always reach for the sky


Divers try to plug leaks in sunken tanker


Operation underway to recover sunken ship off Umm Al Qaiwain


New local fashion brand launched


UAE to get copy of world's largest atlas next Week


Oldest pearl found in Umm Al Qaiwain


Make-A-Wish UAE grants Abdulrahmans' wish of becoming a prince


Scale model of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque displayed in Zayed Centre for Arabic Language in China


Dubai Municipality launches Operational Marine Forecasting '&' Warning System for Dubai coastal zone


Celebrating 50 years of The Club in Abu Dhabi


Dubai expat wins National Geographic photography competition


Make-A-Wish UAE fulfils wish of Emirati boy to meet his favourite football player Yasser Al Gahtani


Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre’s Exhibition "Spaces of Light" draws huge turnout


Wildlife photographs on show at Emaar Boulevard


Princess Bee to record song about UAE


Korean Media delegation commends efforts of Sheikha Fatima on Emirati women empowerment


Make-A-Wish UAE will Join the World by granting special wish on World Wish Day


UAE launches Global Sustainable Cities Network at 3rd CEM in London


British Embassies in UAE celebrate 100 Days to go to London Olympics


UAE: Avoid travel to quake-hit countries


Move to promote Emirati identity


Minister attends funeral of Pope Shenouda


The road trip from Dubai to Abu Dhabi, as it looked in 1972


Children lead the way at Plantation Week in Abu Dhabi


Another for the record books


Dubai Fountain's Whitney Houston tribute goes viral on Net


Competition aims to find ‘most beautiful home garden’ in Sharjah


NASA chronicles Dubai’s progress


Captain missing after storm sinks ship off Sharjah


Senior officials, state workers join the symbolic event


Nakheel launches cruises around landmarks


Stunning show at Burj Khalifa overwhelms New Year revellers


Live broadcast of Burj Khalifa New Year's Eve


UAE Balloon Team to launch Khalifa Balloon Award 3rd edition


Lebanese Author wins Al Owais Cultural and Scientific Achievement Award