In pictures: Dubai Police’s new super boat
As well as its fleet of supercars, Dubai Police now has a new super boat.
Siege of Syrian arms depot exposes chemical weapons fears
Detailed accounts describe military commanders from the US, Europe and Arab states scrambling to make sure the weapons did not fall into the hands of Al Qaeda-affiliated rebels after information emerged the bunker could contain sarin gas.
In pictures: 2014 Geneva Motor Show displays the stylish and conceptual
The 84th edition of the show opens its doors with a vast array of stunning cars, and creative design and engineering.
Milena Martinou is finding a way to get in her fitness kicks
Milena Martinou has a degree in finance and she does not have an aggressive streak. Remember that as she co-headlines Fight Night on Friday night at Du Forum on Yas Island.
In pictures: Top 5 home makeover ideas
Selina Denman offers five tips for improving home design binds, whether it be not enough natural light or too small of a space.
Can a Dubai course help overcome a fear of flying?
Clare Dight goes to Dubai to take a course to tackle her fear of flying.
The National Conversation
The 1-1 draw in their final 2015 Asian Cup qualifier in Group E in Tashkent will have left a few questions unanswered, despite a hugely improved performance in the second half.
today's Six Nations Rugby
McGeechan deems him 'as good as there is at 15'
A last-ditch plea was rejected. As a result, identical to the rule soon to be applied to professionals, amateurs who anchor long putters on their abdomen will have to find another method beginning in 2016, when the practice will be banned.
Despite his relative youth to contemporaries like Tendulkar and Kallis, Graeme Smith packed enough into his Test career for time to take its toll.
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February 25, 2014
Simon Crisford’s workload as Godolphin racing manager was always going to be too much for one man, something the Dubai operation has addressed, says Geoffrey Riddle.
February 24, 2014
IOC must take action to halt growing number of international mercenaries and well-funded hobbyists
February 24, 2014
Local rivals both fear relegation and sacked a manager who has to rank among the finest in their history and appointed a replacement who was untried. That is about where the similarities end.
February 23, 2014
From spectacular mountain backdrops to horsewhipping militiamen, John Leicester looks at what legacy the most expensive Winter Olympics of all time leaves behind.
February 22, 2014
Al Balooshi’s season-opening NHRA victory in the United States is proof the Emirati drag race driver belongs on same track as the big boys.
English Premier League (EPL)
February 21, 2014
Felix Magath comes to Fulham with a fearsome reputation. As a profile in Spiegel magazine noted this past week, Magath these days is “more feared than loved” in Germany, something that had contributed to his inability to land a job since leaving Wolfsburg in October 2012.
Six Nations Rugby
February 20, 2014
England coach says code switcher will not receive any special treatment
February 19, 2014
As Zahra Lari, an 18-year-old Emirati figure skater, goes through her spins and leaps, the 'ice princess' can see 2018 Korea from the top of her castle.
February 19, 2014
With all the money flowing through the sport, top players like Tiger Woods, Adam Scott and Phil Mickelson can afford scale back their appearances, writes Steve Elling.
February 18, 2014
Brendon McCullum's triple hundred, unprecedented for a New Zealander, revealed the maturity and talent of a man ready to restore New Zealand's cricketing stature, writes Osman Samiuddin.