Majid Al Futtaim’s malls in Dubai are celebrating good fortune and prosperity on the occasion of Chinese New Year, with a line-up of cultural performances until February 21.
The Mall of the Emirates and C
The fire which engulfed one of Dubai's most prominent skyscrapers ahead of New Year fireworks was caused by an electrical short, Dubai's police chief said on Wednesday.
Khamis Mattar Al-Mazeina added that no flammable liqu
Nearly two dozen asylum seekers are among those suspected of involvement in mass assaults and muggings on New Year's Eve in Cologne, officials said on Friday, intensifying a debate about Germany's welcome for hundreds of thousands of mig
A recent study has pointed out that wage increases in the Middle East are going to be rather flat this year, due to the slump in the region’s economy brought about by the crash in oil prices. It further states that companies will continu
Emaar Properties has appointed Dutco Group as the contractor for undertaking the clearing, assessment and restoration work of the fire-damaged The Address Downtown Dubai in record time.
This comes in line with the directives of Sh
Travel is expected to reach an all-time high at the end of this week for Emirates with over 174,000 people arriving into Dubai between December 28 and just after New Year’s for the gala celebrations and upcoming Dubai Shopping Festival.
Dubai Properties (DP), a leading real estate developer, said its properties - Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) and Business Bay in Dubai, UAE - will both host special celebrations to mark the beginning of the New Year in style.
Vienna police said on Saturday a "friendly" intelligence service had warned European capitals of the possibility of a shooting or bomb attack before New Year, prompting police across the continent to increase security measures.
The Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority will host the Moondance Soiree on Al Marjan Island to ring in the New Year.
Held for the first time in Ras Al Khaimah, the evening will feature four unique
Professionals in the Mena region are looking forward to the New Year, a report said, adding that more than 30 per cent of them have already resolved to work harder next year.
Feelings about 2016 are very positive, added the &lsquo