Abu Dhabi Summer Season returns this year with a diverse programme of international shows, shopping promotions, prize draws, and hotel and attraction offers set to entertain UAE residents and visitors from July to September.
This year’s Abu Dhabi Summer Season has seen a dramatic rise in the number of domestic, regional and overseas visitors staying in the emirate’s accommodation during the three-month-long period of entertainment and offers compared to
At least five of the Arabian Gulf's great metropolises including Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Doha could experience summer days that are literally too hot for human survival by the end of the century, a report has warned.
The rising g
Qatar Career Fair (QCF), a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF), has concluded its third Summer Career Camp.
A closing ceremony was recently held at Education C
Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower), a leading district cooling services provider, has achieved 19.6 per cent reduction in district cooling consumption in August compared to the same period last year, as a result of its summ
A senior government official has dismissed calls to extend the summer work ban, claiming it could affect firms already suffering from financial difficulties. Labourers were not allowed to work outdoors between noon and 4pm in July and August,
Injaz Bahrain, a non-profit organisation which aims to inspire and prepare young Bahrainis to succeed in a global economy, is set to build on the momentum of a record-breaking year 2014-15 academic year in terms of the number of programme deli
The Bedaya Center for Entrepreneurship and Career Development hosted a summer camp for 70 univeristy and high school students.
The Bedaya Summer Camp included several workshops focusing on communication skills,
While scorching temperatures are likely to continue across several parts of Saudi Arabia, some areas may see mercury shooting above 50C, a report said.
This has been among the hottest summers on record in the Kingdom, added the
Legal action is set to be taken against 80 firms who have violated Bahrain’s summer work ban. The ban, which prohibits all outdoor work between midday and 4pm in July and August, was first introduced in 2007 to protect the country’