Dubai deports Briton for breaking charity rules

DUBAI: Dubai's appeal court has fined a British woman and ordered her deportation for violating the emirate's strict rules on charity fundraising, a local daily reported Thursday (Oct 27). The 41-year-old executive, whose identity was not disclosed, had ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai’s Emaar expects 20% costs reduction

The Dubai-listed developer Emaar Properties forecasts a 20% reduction in costs next year, according to press reports. That is the expectation of Mohamed Alabbar, Emaar’s Chairman, who was citing the developer’s latest budget, the Reuters news agency ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai Parks and Resorts holds private preview for workers

Dubai Parks and Resorts has given its construction workers a private preview of the destination they helped build. The Middle East’s largest integrated theme park destination company said in a statement that it hosted the event over a weekend as a sign ... ( read original story ...)

Study: 83% of Dubai residents are happy

Dubai: Around eight in 10 Dubai residents currently consider themselves happy, and an overwhelming majority believe that they will still be happy five years from now. Some 83 per cent of the people of Dubai are happy today while 95 per cent predict that ... ( read original story ...)

Majority in UAE feel more financial pressure than …

Residents in the UAE feel they are under greater financial pressure and have to take more risks with their money, research by HSBC has found. This is despite the fact that many residents believe there are more choices in their life today. HSBC's latest ... ( read original story ...)

Riverland Dubai opening: 5 things to know

This October 31, when the phased opening of the Dh10.5 billion Dubai Parks & Resorts begins, visitors will be first enticed by Riverland Dubai, the themed 234,000 square foot ‘reception’ area with a river at its centre. No tickets are required to ... ( read original story ...)