May 09, 2013
Roads, telecoms and power networks will be part of the Dh712m project that has been approved. Read Article 1,500 villas for Emiratis to be built in Al Ain
The Executive Council announces an array of projects to help Abu Dhabi's residents, including better roads and lighting and new housing for Emiratis. Read Article Abu Dhabi unveils Dh1.5bn infrastructure upgrade across the emirate
The 80-km stretch opened on December 8, 2010 and seeks to link the towns in the Western region.
Read Article 80km motorway vital for linking Western Region
The 80-kilometre road connecting Ghayathi and Madinat Zayed has few amenities for travellers.
Read Article Commuters welcome Dh267.5m plan to improve Western region motorway
The news comes as part of a spending plan set out by the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, lending significant backing to an ongoing expansion of public transit in the emirate. Read Article New bus depot and petrol station to be built in Khalifa City
Much of the residential estate does not have pavements and is badly lit. Read Article Khalifa City A residents welcome spending on lighting
The Western Region is a rural expanse of desert and salt flats with 60 per cent of the emirate's land mass but just 11 per cent of its population. Read Article Al Gharbia in Abu Dhabi has modern makeover
Apr 25, 2013
A team of engineers turn up at 10 construction sites in the Mussaffah unannounced in order to carry out inspections as part of a drive to raise awareness of hazards. Read Article Snap inspections boost safety in Abu Dhabi construction sites
Apr 16, 2013
The traditional souq would be built between the Sheikh Zayed and Al Maqtaa bridges and will transform the city of Abu Dhabi. Read Article ‘World-class’ souq to be built in Abu Dhabi
Mar 25, 2013
Each neighbourhood centre will cost between Dh30m and Dh40m to build, while district centres will cost about Dh120m to Dh150m each. Read Article Abu Dhabi's Dh3bn plan for new community centres
Mar 19, 2013
Abu Dhabi municipality launches a safety campaign for illiterate labourers, highlighting the 16 biggest hazards at construction sites. Read Article Abu Dhabi targets illiterate labourers in its site safety campaign
Jan 31, 2013
Adec says moving back or selecting Al Rayyana as a housing location is an option to any of its staff but none will be forced back there if they don’t want to be there. Read Article Tenants of Abu Dhabi courtyard collapse will not be forced to return
Construction has begun on a three-storey underground car park on Baniyas Street (6th Street) between Al Falah Street (9th Street) and Liwa Street (10th Street). Read Article Underground car park boost for Abu Dhabi motorists
Most people don't know anything about the Algerian city selected by the Arab League's cultural arm to be the capital of Arab culture in 2015. Constantine, the most beautiful city you've never heard of
Former England cricket captain Adam Hollioake has morphed into a cage fighter and wants to show off his new boxing skills against Carlos Spencer at Fighting Chance Dubai. Hollioake not short on confidence ahead of Fighting Chance
Two of the four refugees will begin new lives in the USA, with the others moving to Sweden and Finland. Tamil refugees sheltering in UAE granted asylum in the USA and Europe
Star Trek's technological feats are ahead of the times - dreamt up almost half a century ago, much of its technology is today a reality. Can’t you beam me up, Scotty?
Action from Malmo and last night's Eurovision Song Contest. In pictures: Eurovision Song Contest 2013
Istanbul's famous mosque tries to strike balance between religion and tourism money by providing tourists with coverings. Thomas Seibert reports Turkey tightens Blue Mosque dress code
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