Showing 1 - 10 articles of 43
Jul 08, 2011
Lieutenant Commander Shah is one of two cultural advisers to Muslim nations in the UK's navy. Read Article Voyage of discovery among navies
Jun 29, 2011
Five warships, including the British Royal Navy's flagship, HMS Albion, have arrived in the UAE for military exercises with the UAE Navy. Read Article British warships arrive in the Emirates
Jun 27, 2011
The UAE's army of labourers is used to toiling in the heat but temperature is just part of the story. Read Article Thermal work limit a real measure of stress
The limit aims to better assess the level of risk in different working environments.
Read Article What is the Thermal Work Limit?
Jun 26, 2011
Mubadala Development Company is sponsoring a tennis zone inside Abu Dhabi's Marina Mall, allowing participants to exercise and build on their skills while beating the heat. Read Article Today the mall, tomorrow Wimbledon
Four masked men who were role-playing with fake assault rifles on a villa rooftop have been arrested. Read Article Armed, masked role players on a rooftop arrested
Jun 25, 2011
More than 50 per cent of workers do not mind if their boss is male or female, according to a survey. Read Article Half of workers don't mind if the boss is a woman
Jun 23, 2011
UAE navy to join ally in naval exercises and to share intelligence. Read Article UAE-Turkey alliance to battle piracy
Foreign ministers announce work in region is extension of countries' growing co-operation. Read Article UAE and UK pledge their support in Afghanistan
Jun 22, 2011
The UAE has voted for a new international convention that guarantees a lengthy list of rights to domestic staff, including having at least one day off a week. Read Article UAE votes for new charter of rights for domestic workers
Gregor Stuart Hunter
Nima Abu Wardeh
The National staff with agency
Do you have a story?