Traders Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi

Anyone who enjoys spending time by the water will enjoy a stay at Traders Hotel. With the capital’s Maqta Creek on its doorstep, this 301-room property not only has its own private beach, but also offers some of the best night views in the city. ( read original story ...)

UAE: Silicon Valley of Middle East

Fawaz H. Zu'bi, founder, chairman and CEO of Silicon Badia, who has been at the forefront of the region's technology development efforts over the past 15 years, says: "Dubai has certainly caught the attention of regional VCs, and beginning to pop up more ... ( read original story ...)

UAE, other Arab countries, condemn van terror attacks in Spain

The United Arab Emirates has condemned the van attacks carried out terrorists ... In a statement carried out by Bahrain News Agency, BNA, the ministry extended heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims and wished a speedy recovery for the ... ( read original story ...)

UAE consumers: The unsuspecting victims of counterfeit products

Unfortunately it's not being ploughed back into print businesses to help them develop new, cutting edge technology. More often that not that money is being funneled into organised crime or additional illegal activities. HP, with UAE law authorities ... ( read original story ...)

UAE-based Haj packages see 30% price drop

Dubai: Prices of UAE-based Haj packages have fallen around 30 per cent this year because of greater competition among Haj tour operators, following a new pilgrim quota system, operators and officials have said. This year, 6,228 Haj permits were allocated ... ( read original story ...)

UAE students score high in A level results

Dubai: Over 3,500 students in the UAE who appeared for their ... Principal Brendon Fulton at DBS told Gulf News: “We are absolutely delighted with the performance of our A-Level students this year, who, in the face of significant curriculum changes ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai population set to double by 2027: say researchers

But Dr. Fayez Elessawy, a researcher at UAE University (UAEU), who led the research told UAE daily Gulf News, the growth was due to immigration and not natural growth. Elessawy said the Dubai-focused research showed that the city had seen a “rapid ... ( read original story ...)

Shock over death of politician from Kerala in Sharjah

died in a freak accident in Sharjah. The deceased, Sunitha Prashanth, 40, first fell on the road from a moving car and then hit an electric post, community sources told Gulf News. While she died on the spot, her four women colleagues in the car suffered ... ( read original story ...)

UAE FTA to open online VAT registration mid-September 2017

“The UAE has reached a very advanced stage regarding the legislative aspects of the tax system that is among the best in the world. Through Ministry of Finance, which is authorised to issue tax legislation and policies, the Tax Procedures Law was issued ... ( read original story ...)