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.
Worshippers are reminded that peace was a commandment from Allah and is necessary for society to function.
Abu Dhabi Al Emarat TV will show a four-part series on the UAE military.
Hayati Walaskariya, which means “My military, my life”, will chronicle the lives of UAE military personnel.
The St Dionysius Orthodox Church in Al Ain is the sixth Indian Catholic church to be built in the UAE and will welcome worshippers of all denominations to come and use its new facility.
The hundreds of residents who came out for the last night of the heritage festival deemed the event a success.
Fossilised tooth found in Western Region provides further evidence that monkeys lived in Arabia seven million years ago
The find was introduced to the scientific community late last year at a meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Palaeontology, but a paper describing it more fully is currently being reviewed.
Officials from the United Nations will visit the development over two years before making their recommendation.
Things to do in the final week of Qasr Al Hosn.
Twenty glass cases containing miniature mannequins have been auctioned off at The Ghaf Gallery in Abu Dhabi to raise money for the Ewa’a Shelter for Women and Children.
Using simple materials and skills handed down through generations, a team of craftsmen from Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority show visitors to the Qasr Al Hosn Festival that building the traditional way has a great future.
In a 'heart-to-heart' talk with Syrian women and children at the Zaatari refugee camp, Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qassimi says it is important to receive firsthand information on the troubles and need of refugees.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, was shown around Qasr Al Hosn in Abu Dhabi by Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces.
No houses nearby, 20 rupees a month pay and his job interview was target shooting – Abu Dhabi’s old fort was certainly different when Hathboor Mohammed Kaddas Al Romaithi began as a guard in 1950. He tells his tales of a simpler life.
The marina, covering 1,530 metres, will include walking and jogging tracks and restaurants.