Dubai landlord accuses tenant of ‘subletting to bachelors and spinsters’
Keren Bobker advises a Dubai resident who lives with his wife, son, wife's sister and maid but received a letter saying they were breaking the law.
Video: Sharjah deals with aftermath of storm that hit UAE
The day after the storm that swept the UAE, the municipality of Sharjah and the residents of Um Al Khanoor and Al Rigga began clearing up the roads and streets from flood water and fallen trees, while some children played in the puddles.
Time Frame: A high price
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is a reminder of the ultimate price that is sometimes paid for air travel.
Trouble brewing: on the trail of India’s modern slaves
Are poverty wages in rural India and the growth of a new middle class fuelling the rise of modern slavery in the subcontinent?
Bold and Beautiful’s Katherine Kelly Lang: UAE ‘exotic, mysterious and romantic’
The Bold and the Beautiful's Katherine Kelly Lang talks UAE, fitness, and character Brooke Logan.
In pictures: 2014 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon
Over 2,400 athletes, professional and amateur, took part in the 2014 edition of the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon.
The National takes a look at how the UAE has changed since the Emirates Institution for Advanced Science & Technology launched its first satellite in space on July 29, 2009.
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.
Chemists think they may have found a material able to make seawater drinkable.
Ample rains have lured a rare and spectacular bloom back to the Wadi Shahah basin - opulent displays of rich colours that are thousands of years old.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Ruler of Dubai, reviewed plans from various government departments, which included Wi-Fi access in all parks, buses and taxis.
The hyperspectral camera could also have numerous other applications depending on the frequencies at which the images are acquired.
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.
“Based on the texts, it is not permissible to travel to Mars and never to return if life is not possible there," said the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments following calls by Mars One to cancel an earlier fatwa.
Once the preserve of spies and their masters, cryptology – the science of keeping secrets – now affects us all.
It is not just humans that are vulnerable to food poisoning, farm animals too can suffer from the ill effects of contaminated food, and the consequences for them may be long-term and severe.
More than almost any other industry, aviation needs a renewable fuel replacement, says Dr Alejandro Ríos G, director of the Sustainable Bioenergy Research Consortium and a professor of practice at the Masdar Institute.
The Emirates Mobile Observatory is also seeking to become part of the International Astronomical Union's network of robotic telescopes for conducting astronomical research.
Team Cool Clay beat 78 teams from 120 universities across the Middle East to win the second annual Siemens Student Award Competition.