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French Spiderman scales Burj Khalifa

Posted on 29/03/2011

Crowds of people gathered on the Dubai Mall Boulevard faced great disappointment as rumours circulated Alain Robert, the French Spiderman, would not climb Burj Khalifa due to windy conditions. Yet at 6.10pm on Monday evening Robert took his first foothold on the world's tallest tower with one aim — to reach the top. Half an hour later VIPs and dignitaries took their seats at Burj Island Park in downtown Dubai for the opening ceremony of the tenth annual Education Without Borders (EWB) ...  >>MORE

Professionals pick UAE among top 10 cities to live and work in

Posted on 14/03/2011

The UAE has been ranked among the world's top 10 countries to live and work, an international survey of by professionals reveals. The Global Professionals on the Move Report 2011, commissioned by international specialist recruitment group Hydrogen, surveyed 3,155 professionals from 70 countries. "Some of the countries where we are seeing highest demand are in the Middle East and Asia, such as Singapore and the United Arab Emirates,” said Tim Smeaton, Chief Executive Officer of Hydrogen ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque library adds 300 books for children and youth

Posted on 10/03/2011

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre's library has added 300 books of children in various scientific and knowledge disciplines within the framework of the Centre's efforts to educate children at different ages, especially school students, as well as develop their skills and provide them with new books in various fields. The books that library was keen on acquiring in both Arabic and English, include mathematics, science, chemistry and literature. It also includes a set of encyclopaedias and ...  >>MORE

Emirates Palace hosts British Olympic champion Redgrave

Posted on 09/03/2011

The Beach Club in the Emirates Palace hotel hosted this morning, Britain's former Olympic champion, Sir Steven Geoffrey Redgrave, who gave a fine presentation in front of a large number of students from different schools in Abu Dhabi, on the history of the Olympic Games. He reviewed the main features of his experience in the Olympics and his five gold medal achievements during the Olympic Games in a row from 1984 to 2000. The British champion also won three gold medals in the Commonwealth ...  >>MORE

Top Hispanic conductor hopes to help young UAE musicians

Posted on 07/03/2011

One of Latin America's leading musical conductors, who has arranged and conducted for stars such as Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Celine Dion, says he would like to pass on his knowledge to aspiring UAE musicians. Jose Antonio Molina, the musical director of the Symphony Orchestra in his native Dominican Republic, was in Abu Dhabi last week to play to a group of selected dignitaries. His concert was hosted, in collaboration with Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation (Admaf) and the Embassy of ...  >>MORE

Tahnoun bin Mohammed opens Al Ain Paradise Hanging Gardens

Posted on 01/03/2011

HH Sheikh Tahnoun bin Mohammed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Eastern Region opened Monday evening, the Al Ain Paradise Garden of natural flowers. The garden situated in Zakher area is considered the first in the world with hanging flowers and has received a certificate of the Guinness Book of Records for the largest display of hanging baskets carrying natural flowers. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Emiratis set for Antarctic expedition with Robert Swan

Posted on 28/02/2011

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, is sending two UAE national members of staff to the Antarctic to take part in an expedition led by renowned polar explorer and environmentalist Robert Swan. The International Antarctic Expedition 2011 will take place in March and the Etihad Ambassadors, Ali Al Shamsi, General Manager of Abu Dhabi Hub, and Taryam Al Subaihi, Corporate Communications Manager, will be part of the group of 65 people hand-picked from 25 nations. ...  >>MORE

A Grammy for Dubai Fountain song

Posted on 22/02/2011

The Dubai Fountain song Baba Yetu has won a Grammy for its composer Christopher Tin. Taken from the album Calling All Dawns, the Swahili song won the Grammy for "Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists" and is also the theme tempo for the video game, "Civilisation IV". The song made history for being the first video gaming music to be nominated and to win the prestigious music award. Calling All Dawns also won the "Best Classical Crossover Album" at the Grammys. Baba Yetu ...  >>MORE

UAE Military personnel to climb Morocco's Mount Toubkal

Posted on 14/02/2011

A group of UAE military personnel has arrived in Morocco to prepare for climbing Mount Toubkal, the highest in all Arab countries and the second highest peak in all Africa at 4167 meters. The 21 strong group of climbers will settle in a training camp at 2600 metres to cope with physical low temperature (5 to 20 degrees) challenges high altitudes pose to the human body. The trek is in line with directive with the UAE Armed Forces GHQ and aims to sharpen the skills of the group who will attempt ...  >>MORE

Designer's Bu Tinah gown steals the bridal show

Posted on 03/02/2011

The Emirati designer Mona al Mansouri drew the crowds at the Bride Show Abu Dhabi yesterday with a dress inspired by a local beauty spot. The gown, featuring dolphins, turtles, corals, shoals of fish, waves and waterfalls, was designed to reflect the Bu Tinah archipelago. Mrs al Mansouri said she was using the piece to encourage people to vote for Bu Tinah in the New7Wonders of Nature contest to identify the world's top natural marvels. "It is the duty of everyone in the country, ...  >>MORE

ADACH hosts Logos Hope ship visit to Abu Dhabi

Posted on 01/02/2011

The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) is hosting the M V Logos Hope ship visit to Abu Dhabi from 7 to 19 February 2011 under the patronage of Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Chairman of (ADACH). The event comes in line with ADACH aims to spread the great values of tolerance, cultural dialogue and exchange through reading. Logos Hope was constructed in 1973 and first named Gustav Vasa. Originally built as a passenger car ferry, the vessel sailed North Atlantic routes. ...  >>MORE

Floating book fair to anchor in Dubai

Posted on 24/01/2011

The world's largest floating book fair, on the Logos Hope, is due to dock in Dubai Saturday, and move on to Abu Dhabi on February 7. The ship's 400 crew members are volunteers who have come from around 50 different countries who together strive to live as a unique example of unity in cultural diversity. No one, including the captain, is paid for their two years of service onboard. Some come with qualifications to fill specific roles such as engineering officers, plumbers, carpenters, ...  >>MORE

New Zealand Herald described the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi as the "White Pearl of the Gulf"

Posted on 23/01/2011

A New Zealand news paper described the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi as the "White Pearl of the Gulf" In a recent report, NZ Zealand Herald's Liz Breslin wrote "Beautiful designs (of the mosque) conceal practical functions - air-conditioning units are hidden in columns and the carpet's subtle ridges denote kneeling lines. There are comparatively plain windows to pray towards. So as not to cause a distraction." The planning for the mosque started in the 1980s. It opened in 2007, although ...  >>MORE

300,000 visited Zayed grand mosque in December

Posted on 16/01/2011

A total of 300,000 people visited Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque last month with Friday, the last day in 2010, witnessing the highest number of visitors — at 27,000. Over 25,000 visited the mosque on the country's 39th National Day on December 2. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque centre is keen on identifying visitors and briefing them on the features of the structure which portray the aesthetics of the Islamic art and the peculiarities in Abu Dhabi, through continuous tours from 9am until 8pm every ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality to launch Intelligent Telephone project "iDubai"

Posted on 10/01/2011

Dubai Municipality will be launching a new intelligent telephone project called "iDubai," which will be available on iPhones and Black Berries very soon. Through this project, residents as well as visitors will be able to get general information about Dubai Municipality and latest news updates from the Municipality. The user will be able to view Dubai map, which contains different service locations such as hotels, parks, hospitals, schools, police stations, and many other things. Marwan ...  >>MORE

Model of Sheikh Zayed Mosque put on display at Malaysian museum

Posted on 05/01/2011

A model of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque was put on display at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia: The inauguration ceremony was attended by UAE Ambassador to Malaysia Nasser Salman Al-Abboudi, officials from the Sheikh Zayed Mosque Centre and Rose Mahwati, Director of Administrative Affairs at the Museum. The Sheikh Zayed Mosque is the first temporary mosque to be put on display at the Malaysian 12-gallery museum. This follows the signing last year of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) ...  >>MORE

US$11m Christmas tree in Abu Dhabi eyes entry into record books

Posted on 16/12/2010

With Christmas just around the corner, Abu Dhabi's hotels have begun their Christmas tree lighting ceremonies. The public can enjoy festive treats, carols sung by a choir and a visit by Santa Claus. "We had our tree lighting ceremony on Tuesday. It was a great hit. Two a capella groups including Blue Fever and Voices of Harmony entertained guests with an interactive performance and Santa Claus gave presents to the children while their parents and other guests enjoyed our holiday-themed ...  >>MORE

ADACH launches Council of Photographers in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 08/12/2010

The Department of Culture and Arts in the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) announced the launch of Photographers Council, which was founded in Abu Dhabi. The Council aims to provide comprehensive support to photographers taking part in all relevant forums and art competitions, both international and local. The most prominent of these competitions is the Emirates Photography Competition (EFC), organised by ADACH under the auspices of the International Federation of ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Khalifa bestows Independence Medal on late Canadian nurse Gertrude Dyke

Posted on 29/11/2010

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has bestowed the Medal of Independence of the Third Order on the late Canadian nurse Gertrude Dyke, otherwise known as Gert, or as Doctora Latifa, in recognition of efforts and rich career which she started in 1962 at Al Waha Hospital in Al Ain, UAE. On behalf of H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister '&' Minister of Presidential Affairs '&' Chairman of the National Centre for Documentation '&' Research, Dr ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid meets "Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol" film Team

Posted on 28/11/2010

The UAE highly values innovation and creativity as key catalysts that enrich the human experience, said His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, on the occasion of the completion of location filming in Dubai of "Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol. He also stated that Dubai spares no effort in supporting innovation in various fields of cultural life, including cinema. Sheikh Mohammed's statement came during a meeting late last ...  >>MORE

Emiratweet marks first anniversary

Posted on 22/11/2010

How do you link Emiratis and expatriates online in 140 characters or less? The answer is Emiratweet, a social media platform that over the weekend celebrated one year of bringing people of different languages and cultures together in the UAE. The site, which started out as a Twitter account, evolved into http://www.emiratweet.com. It functions as a blog that concentrates on local and international topics alike. The ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's 'Prince of Poets' vets contestants

Posted on 08/11/2010

Sultan Al Amimi, Director of the Poetry Academy at the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), announced the start of interviews for the150 poets competing for only thirty-five places. The contestants are all competing in the fourth session of the 'Prince of Poets' televised competition, and more than 7,000 applicants from thirty different countries had originally applied to take part. The interviews were held last week according to Amimi, who is also a member of the ...  >>MORE

Grand Mosque library adds to UAE history

Posted on 08/11/2010

Tucked away on the third floor of the northern minaret of the country's biggest mosque lies a new addition to the capital's literary selection. A new library, considered to be the country's first to be located in a mosque, opened inside Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque last night. Lining its shelves are an array of journals, research studies, manuscripts and books, some 200 years old, on subjects including Islamic culture and history. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister ...  >>MORE

Parmigiani Fleurier creates world's first mechanical clock based on the Hejrian calendar

Posted on 03/11/2010

Swiss watch manufacturer Parmigiani Fleurier created a world first mechanical clock based on the Hejrian calendar. The clock was unveiled to a group of select media in The Yas Hotel in Abu Dhabi on 2nd November. The rarest of luxury artefacts in the world, the coveted clock is the only one of its kind in the world. With the launch of this clock, Parmigiani Fleurier has successfully relayed its outstanding expertise as a master watchmaker to the Middle Easter public. The clock equipped ...  >>MORE

Photo of Dubai clouds wins National Geographic prize

Posted on 01/11/2010

An aerial picture of a cloud-shrouded Dubai has won first prize in a National Geographic photography contest ahead of 20,000 other entries. The photo by Wijnand Van Till, a Dutch citizen who lives in the emirate, won the landscape category of the competition in the magazine's Netherlands edition. It was taken in April of last year. "It was just a lucky shot," said Mr Van Till, 34, who has been working as a telecommunications consultant for the last three years. "It proves that you should ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque scoops Digital Photography Review challenge

Posted on 13/09/2010

The majestic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque has won the weekly photography contest staged by the online Digital Photography Review. Digital Photography Review is an independent resource dedicated to the provision of news, reviews and information about Digital Photography and Digital Imaging published at the Internet address http://www.dpreview.com Digital Photography Review was founded in December 1998 by Phil and Joanna Askey, ...  >>MORE

Crash of cargo plane after return to UAE airspace

Posted on 05/09/2010

One of the ill-fated UPS plane's black boxes has been found by the authorities, who also said on Saturday that the plane had left the UAE's airspace before entering it again and crashing. The UPS Boeing 747-400 cargo aircraft that crashed in Dubai on Friday faced technical difficulties while in Bahrain's airspace before turning back towards Dubai and crashing at a sensitive military site in the Nad Al Sheba Military Camp. The cockpit voice recorder (CVR) was found on Saturday morning and is ...  >>MORE

A little gem joins Gold, Silver and Diamond at Sharjah Aquarium

Posted on 23/08/2010

Sharjah Aquarium is celebrating a new – if unexpected – arrival. Amber, a blacktip reef shark, was born in the main exhibit ocean tank on August 7, to the delight of staff. It is the first time the species has been born at the aquarium, which acquired its first three blacktip reef sharks, Gold, Silver and Diamond, in April. The 40cm-long pup, who will eventually grow to around two metres, came as surprise bonus for aquarium officials who did not know her mother, Silver, was pregnant when ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Rashid receives UAE Balloon Team

Posted on 18/08/2010

Dubai Deputy Ruler, Minister of Finance HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum received Monday evening at Za'beal Palace members of the UAE Balloon Team, who returned from world tour on the balloon at the material and morale support from Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid. The team congratulated Sheikh Hamdan on the advent of Holy Month of Ramadan and thanked him for his support to the tours of the team to Europe and Russia, and safely home return. On his part, Sheikh Hamdan congratulated team for ...  >>MORE

Hard Rock Cafe to dish up a second serving in Dubai

Posted on 17/08/2010

When one of Dubai's oldest tourist landmarks Hard Rock Café closed in March 2009, mourning fans mobilised across the city to save their beloved rock-‘n'-roll eatery. More than 10,000 fans joined a Facebook website to save Hard Rock while others begged authorities not to let the iconic mini Empire State Building structure go under the wrecking ball. Hard Rock Café officials pledged to re-open and today they are following through on that promise — with a twist. The rock memorabilia ...  >>MORE

UAE is bracing to introduce metre instead of feet and yard in length measurements

Posted on 15/08/2010

The Emirates Authority for Standardisation '&' Metrology (ESMA) is bracing to implement a new system for length and distance measurement units in all official transactions in the UAE. Mohammed Saleh Badri, Acting Director General of ESMA, announced the shift of length measurement units from feet and yard to the metre. 'A national action committee, made up of representatives of all relevant entities, will be set up to develop a plan for streamlining the shift to the metre," he added at the end ...  >>MORE

Emiratis enter Guinness World Records with their submission of the "largest artificial date" in the world

Posted on 10/08/2010

Emirati poet, Hamad Sarhan Al Darie and his partner friend, Salem Rebhi Al Silawi have submitted an entry to the Guinness World Records for "the largest artificial date in the world". Al Darie and Al Silawi - who are based in Abu Dhabi and hope to see the emirate recognised in the Guinness World Records with this achievement - have completed the design and installation of what they hope is the largest artificial date in the world. They recently received preliminary approval for the project ...  >>MORE

Foreign Ministry statement on Japanese oil tanker 'M Star'

Posted on 01/08/2010

An official at the UAE Foreign Ministry stated that the Japanese oil tanker 'M Star', which was heading to Japan, had met with an accident on Wednesday while transitting the Strait of Hormuz, as a result of which it had to sail back to the Port of Fujairah. Director of Media Affairs and Government Communications at the Foreign Ministry Sultan Al-Ali said in a statement that the investigations by the relevant authorities to determine the causes of the accident are still underway. The statement ...  >>MORE

Model of Sheikh Zayed Mosque to be put on display in Malaysia

Posted on 01/08/2010

A model of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque will be put on display at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, according to a recently signed agreement between the Sheikh Zayed Mosque Centre and the Kuala-Lampur-based cultural institution. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed Ali Bin Tameem, Chairman of the Board of the Centre and Sayed Mohammed Al-Bukhari, the curator of the Museum in presence of the UAE Ambassador to Malaysia Nasser Al-Abboudi and Rose Mahwati, Director of Administrative Affairs ...  >>MORE

Sparks fly over Sharjah outage

Posted on 22/07/2010

Misery rained on Sharjah residents with power supply disrupted for the third straight day on Wednesday. Sweaty frustration mounted for many in the blazing summer heat when homes went dark, traffic signals went dead, businesses suffered, ATMs froze, banks closed early and government departments were hit. Despite the chaos in homes and on the roads, the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) maintained a deafening silence. Motorists thronged fuel stations to keep their vehicles ...  >>MORE

vuvuzelas is not forbidden in stadiums in UAE : GAIA

Posted on 13/07/2010

The General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments (GAIAE) affirmed yesterday that reports run by a section of local media that it has prohibited the public use of vuvuzelas, horns used by spectators in stadiums, are 'inaccurate'. In a clarification statement it issued yesterday, the GAIAE said the published reports and quotes on the issue had distorted and twisted the text of the fatwa (religious ruling) and given it a different headline that has a misleading impression on the ...  >>MORE

Largest-ever fashion show for ‘Made in UAE’ designers

Posted on 01/07/2010

Dubai’s Wafi Mall hosted the emirate’s biggest-ever private fashion show on Wednesday with 150 models strutting the creative designs of French Fashion University Esmod â€" Dubai’s local and international students to an audience of more than 1,000 people, a statement from the organisers said. The fashion show served as the highlight of the graduation ceremony of the University's ‘Made in UAE’ designers. The event featured the collections of students receiving the Esmod French Diploma ...  >>MORE

Film fun on offer for families at Al Ain Wildlife Park

Posted on 30/06/2010

Families now have the chance to watch some of the world's most famous animated films at Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort (AWPR). The outdoor cinema will show films such as Madagascar 2 and Ice Age 3, followed by visits to some real-life versions of the animals themselves. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs will open the event at 8pm today, said a park spokesman. "We are excited to welcome families and couples to the AWPR on Wednesday evenings for our first Movie Night — a unique cinema ...  >>MORE

Municipality of Abu Dhabi City launches "Asematy" initiative

Posted on 24/06/2010

The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City launched yesterday "Asematy" campaign to boost the standing of the city and combat negative practices across the capital. The move is part of the ongoing civic body efforts to safeguard the health, safety and security of the community and environment, as well as uplift the excellent appearance of the capital through keeping, clean and living to its billing as an ideal living environment, based on modern capabilities and deep traditions. The campaign is ...  >>MORE

Italian President awards Emirati businessman with "Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity"

Posted on 10/06/2010

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, attended the ceremony hosted by Paolo Dionisi, Italian Ambassador in honour of Emirati businessman Obeid Saleh Al Nuaimi, with "Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity" medal by the Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in recognition of his contribution to support and strengthen relations between UAE and Italy in economic and trade fields. The Italian Ambassador awarded Al Nuaimi during a ceremony held ...  >>MORE

'The Stadium at The Walk' in Dubai offers world cup live shows

Posted on 09/06/2010

Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residence, A Dubai Properties Group Destination is set to host 'The Stadium at The Walk', a World Cup Tent offering football fans an ideal beachfront venue to watch live broadcasts of the games from South Africa. The unique 'stadium' will feature a massive 7 X 4 metre High Definition screen along with 34 plasma screens, ensuring an optimum viewing experience for an audience of over 350 football enthusiasts, said an announcement. The fully air conditioned venue will ...  >>MORE

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French Spiderman scales Burj Khalifa


Professionals pick UAE among top 10 cities to live and work in


Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque library adds 300 books for children and youth


Emirates Palace hosts British Olympic champion Redgrave


Top Hispanic conductor hopes to help young UAE musicians


Tahnoun bin Mohammed opens Al Ain Paradise Hanging Gardens


Emiratis set for Antarctic expedition with Robert Swan


A Grammy for Dubai Fountain song


UAE Military personnel to climb Morocco's Mount Toubkal


Designer's Bu Tinah gown steals the bridal show


ADACH hosts Logos Hope ship visit to Abu Dhabi


Floating book fair to anchor in Dubai


New Zealand Herald described the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi as the "White Pearl of the Gulf"


300,000 visited Zayed grand mosque in December


Dubai Municipality to launch Intelligent Telephone project "iDubai"


Model of Sheikh Zayed Mosque put on display at Malaysian museum


US$11m Christmas tree in Abu Dhabi eyes entry into record books


ADACH launches Council of Photographers in Abu Dhabi


Sheikh Khalifa bestows Independence Medal on late Canadian nurse Gertrude Dyke


Mohammed bin Rashid meets "Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol" film Team


Emiratweet marks first anniversary


Abu Dhabi's 'Prince of Poets' vets contestants


Grand Mosque library adds to UAE history


Parmigiani Fleurier creates world's first mechanical clock based on the Hejrian calendar


Photo of Dubai clouds wins National Geographic prize


Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque scoops Digital Photography Review challenge


Crash of cargo plane after return to UAE airspace


A little gem joins Gold, Silver and Diamond at Sharjah Aquarium


Hamdan bin Rashid receives UAE Balloon Team


Hard Rock Cafe to dish up a second serving in Dubai


UAE is bracing to introduce metre instead of feet and yard in length measurements


Emiratis enter Guinness World Records with their submission of the "largest artificial date" in the world


Foreign Ministry statement on Japanese oil tanker 'M Star'


Model of Sheikh Zayed Mosque to be put on display in Malaysia


Sparks fly over Sharjah outage


vuvuzelas is not forbidden in stadiums in UAE : GAIA


Largest-ever fashion show for ‘Made in UAE’ designers


Film fun on offer for families at Al Ain Wildlife Park


Municipality of Abu Dhabi City launches "Asematy" initiative


Italian President awards Emirati businessman with "Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity"


'The Stadium at The Walk' in Dubai offers world cup live shows