Clean push working in Sharjah, says city official

In an interview with Gulf News, Mohammad Ali Al Kaabi, head of the City Cleanliness Section at Sharjah Municipality, said the results of the awareness campaigns prove the adage that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Al Kaabi said his ... ( read original story ...)

8-year-old killed in Sharjah hit-and-run

Sharjah: An Asian man has been arrested after a hit and run that killed an eight-year-old Asian boy in Sharjah. Major Mohammad Alai Al Naqbi, Head of Traffic and Patrol Department at Sharjah Police, said the operation room received a call on Monday at 4pm ... ( read original story ...)

23-year-old Briton goes on hunger strike in Sharjah jail

A 23-year-old Briton has gone on a hunger strike in a Sharjah prison, demanding that his country's embassy communicate with him. According to Sharjah Police records, the Briton, who used to be a student of the Emirates Aviation College in Dubai ... ( read original story ...)

Sharjah records 10,000 traffic violations in two weeks

Sharjah Police have recorded more than 10,000 violations during the first two weeks since the new federal traffic law became effective. The most common violation was pedestrians crossing from undesignated areas on various busy roads in the emirate. Major ... ( read original story ...)

Sharjah Police register over 10,000 cases of traffic violations

The Traffic and Patrol Department of the Sharjah Police General Command revealed that they had registered 10,358 cases of traffic violations in the two weeks following the implementation of new amendments to the federal traffic law. The list which covers ... ( read original story ...)

“Happy Holiday Camp” To Wow Kids In Sharjah

On the sidelines of the Sharjah Summer campaign, which was launched by the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA), Sharjah Museums Department organizes “Happy Holiday Camp” -- a fun and exciting program where children can develop ... ( read original story ...)

Watch: Why residents love Abu Dhabi

Residents shared their delight with Gulf News about the finding of an international survey, the Ipsos City Index, which named Abu Dhabi the second-best city in the world to live, work and do business. Cate Stewart, 39-year old full time mother and a former ... ( read original story ...)