The nine new weird and wonderful UAE workouts you have to try
Tired of your usual workout? Exercise needn’t be boring: we’ve picked out nine novel – and challenging – classes in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
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In pictures: New Lamborghini showroom opens in Abu Dhabi
Lamborghini launched its latest super car, the Huracán LP 610-4, in the Emirates at the opening of its new Abu Dhabi showroom on the Corniche.
Emirates Airline: A million passengers a week and flying higher
As Emirates adds its eighth American destination with a daily service to Boston, its president speaks about how the carrier manages its rapid growth and surging passenger totals and its plans for additional expansion.
Money and me: Security with room for adventure
Entrepreneur Javier Cardona has always treaded carefully when it comes to investing - though he admits it's a decision he sometimes regrets.
UAE cricket generation’s gap to end, but lesson in history stays for amateurs
The feat of 1996 heroes will be repeated after an 18-year wait but some of the stars tell Paul Radley that nothing has changed for the amateur cricketers who work six days a week.
Former US president Bill Clinton will attend the graduation ceremony for 140 NYUAD students on May 25.
Mohamed Amine Belardi spends his waking hours juggling a full academic schedule and pursuing numerous business and marketing projects.
Parents looking to enroll their children in American curriculum schools in the UAE need to be diligent in researching the school's academic history and ask questions about their advanced level programming.
The Ministry of Education wants to unify talent development programmes under one umbrella and build a dedicated centre for public schools' brightest pupils.
The programme seeks to promote safety and prevent injuries by acknowledging and supporting schools that systematically track injuries and develop sustainable programmes to decrease harm to students and staff.
The fifth annual event continues on campus today and offers candidates a chance to vie for entry-level jobs and training opportunities offered by more than 55 regional and international organisations.
Mohammed Al Otaiba, editor-in-chief of The National, said newspapers play a vital role in society.
The school parks are part of Dubai Municipality's efforts to get students interested in horticulture.
Students are looking at preventing foot problems associated with the disease and creating a shoe insert with sensors.
Abu Dhabi University has encouraged its first batch of undergraduates to get more involved in research.
The idea that parents have no place in the classroom is now regarded as ridiculously old fashioned and several Abu Dhabi schools now have mothers’ committees. And the children tend to thrive when their mums are there during their lessons.
Halfway through their term, FNC members expected to have achieved more by now but admitted schedule irregularity has led to a backlog in their work..
About 750 teachers from Al Ain, Abu Dhabi and Al Gharbia listened as 30 of their colleagues presented creative teaching ideas
A wrap-up of the three-day Global Education Forum at the Dubai World Trade Centre.