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Timeframe: NBAD logo
Before 1968, a handful of international banks were operating here such as the British Bank of the Middle East (now HSBC) and the Eastern Bank (now Standard Chartered) but NBAD was the emirate's first bank
BBC World Service: expanding 'global democracy' or just a tool of soft power for the UK?
As the BBC expands its World Service, we ask whether democratic ideals or Brexit goals are behind the dial
Gazing to the future: reflecting on our relationship with the Sun
It isn’t every day that the Sun brings itself to our jaded attention as spectacularly as it did when North America experienced its first total eclipse since 1979
Walking in Abu Dhabi: a matter of life and death?
New research shows that the shape of our cities is more than a matter of planning, it also has an impact on our health and the incidence of diabetes.
House hunting Abu Dhabi style - the good life through the keyhole
I have a habit. A form of urban rambling that some people might find alarming, but that I like to think of as pre-emptive house hunting.
In landscape design as in journalism, it's best to know your place
Much like its human population, the UAE’s plant palette is made up of migrants, many of whom are unspeakably thirsty
Don't change that dial: twenty years of Channel 4 FM
Channel 4 FM, the UAE’s first commercial radio station, brought fresh voices and tunes when it began 20 years ago
The majlis: Campaign helps to change the way people view children with Down syndrome
Meera Al Daheri on what she has learnt and taught others through having a brother with a disability
The majlis: It’s important to keep a positive reputation
News can spread across the globe in seconds, which is why citizens must be cautious of how the rest of the world views Emiratis and the UAE. How we treat other people and how we carry ourselves is the impression we leave for others.
The majlis: My children are independent, thanks to my career
Kids HQ founder and owner Abeer Al Tamimi on the guilt working mothers often experience and how she has learnt to see the positive in it