In pictures: Christmas gift guide of items made in the UAE
Nadia El Dasher handpicks an assortment of Christmas gift items that were made in the UAE.
A day in the life: keeping Dubai's water and windows up to scratch
Peter Manzii is the managing director of Clearwater, a window cleaning and maintenance company based in Dubai.
West Brom’s magic touch fading fast
Hull City’s visit will help reveal if West Bromwich Albion, the model for mid-table overachievement in recent years, are slipping into the Championship.
Road test: 2014 Nissan Patrol will retain crown as king of the road
This familiar sight on UAE highways and on the dunes should continue its reign, writes Kevin Hackett.
Video: India outraged over diplomat’s arrest in New York
US Secretary of State John Kerry expressed regret to India amid controversy around the arrest of an Indian senior diplomat.
learn from UAE’s low
Often in the UAE it’s hard to save money, given the range of luxury goods and fancy restaurants around. However, many lower earners provide admirable examples to follow, including investing in National Bonds.
December 3, 2013
Uber Taxi already operates in Dubai and allows users of the service to order a chauffer-driven car, such as an Audi A6 or BMW 5 Series, using an app. Read Article
November 24, 2013
TransAd has introduced a new fleet of luxury black taxis which can carry up to seven people, but with higher starting fares, for passengers departing Abu Dhabi airport. Read Article
October 25, 2013
Abu Dhabi has made great strides in road safety but the UAE needs a "comprehensive, co-ordinated and integrated road-safety strategy to reduce accidents and cut road fatalities", an expert said. Read Article
October 21, 2013
Gypsy cab drivers in Sharjah will face hefty fines and deportation if caught offering illegal services to the public, the emirate’s transport authority warned yesterday Read Article
October 13, 2013
Taxi passengers will find more cabs available in the city by the end of the year when 10 per cent of the 7,804 drivers adopt two shifts, Abu Dhabi's taxi regulator, TransAD, said. Read Article
September 24, 2013
The hybrid vehicles by Toyota can run on an electric motor up to a certain speed before switching to its petrol fuel engine. Read Article
September 23, 2013
Sharjah commuters complain to Sharjah Transport Corporation that cabbies are charging customers more by not turning on their meters. Read Article
September 19, 2013
Authority in Dubai aims to keep on top of emerging technologies and increase customer satisfaction. Read Article
September 11, 2013
Five hundred taxi drivers will benefit from giveaway to promote road safety in Dubai. Read Article
August 15, 2013
Multiple drop-offs are allowed provided the meter is left running and not stopped and restarted each time a customer got out, confirms TransAD Read Article
August 2, 2013
The Roads and Transport Authority issues a clarification following a story published by The National on Monday which quoted a senior official stating taxi drivers were not allowed to have multiple drop-offs in a single journey. Read Article
July 29, 2013
'Multiple drops by taxi drivers are not allowed in Dubai,' said Tariq Al Ghaith of the Roads and Transport Authority. Readers' letters: Read Article
June 26, 2013
The Dh250,000 vehicles fitted with special features to accommodate the needs of passengers with special needs went into service yesterday. Read Article