Dubai Municipality showcases achievements at DIGAE exhibition

Dubai: The civic body is participating in the Dubai International Government Achievements Exhibition (DIGAE) 2017, which is held from April 2-4 by the Government of Dubai under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice ... ( read original story ...)

UAE leaders flay St Petersburg metro bombing

Abu Dhabi: President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan sent a cable of condolences to Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, on the death of people in the St Petersburg metro bombing. In the cable, Shaikh Khalifa expressed his heartfelt ... ( read original story ...)

UAE students reconnect with nature

... their interest in gardening has more far reaching effects than we can imagine," the UAE-based paper was quoted by UAE News Agency (WAM). "There's enough evidence available from recent research, that spending time around farms, parks and green spaces ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai police say they arrest hackers after White House staff

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dubai police have arrested foreign hackers who targeted five senior White House officials in a blackmail email scam, state-owned media reported on Monday. The Arabic-language Al Bayan newspaper and the television channel ... ( read original story ...)

Abu Dhabi Media relaunches Radio 1 and Radio 2

Abu Dhabi Media has announced the official relaunch of the Radio 1 and Radio 2 stations, after they were pulled off air last year. The two stations were previously operated by Gulf News Broadcasting, which lost the frequency licenses to manage them last year. ( read original story ...)

Dubai Police arrest White House email hackers

In a crime-busting breakthrough, the Dubai Police have arrested members of an African gang who hacked the emails of some White House staff members in the US. According to Dr Major Saud Al Khaledi, chief of information and development at the Cyber Crimes ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai real estate market on course to stabilise during 2017

A slowing rate of decline across all sectors of the Dubai real estate market suggests increasing stability and the expectation of the market ‘bottoming out’ before the end of 2017, according to leading international real estate consultancy, Cluttons. ( read original story ...)

Dubai real estate meltdown: Burj Khalifa rates plummet by 25%

Over the past 12 months, the Burj Khalifa has registered a 25 per cent correction in values, making it the weakest performer in Dubai. Hattan Villas at The Lakes (–13.5 per cent), Hattan Villas at Arabian Ranches (–12.6 per cent), villas on the Palm ... ( read original story ...)