The United Arab Emirates has freed around 3,440 inmates in time for National Day 2023. The emirates' rulers ordered the release of all prisoners in the nation.
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The new banknote narrates the tale of sustainability in the United Arab Emirates and its international efforts to host COP28.
United Arab Emirates: All kinds of home loans were included in the most recent package.
Etihad Rail, the UAE National Rail Network's originator and operator, and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) have come to terms on the launch of rail services from Abu Dhabi City to Al Dhannah in Al Dhafra.
Over 5500 athletes will compete in the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens from all over the world.
According to authorities, some heavy trucks won't be allowed entry to certain areas, such as Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Sheikh Khalifa Bridge, Mussafah Bridge, and Al Maqta Bridge, from 12 p.m. on December 1 to 1 a.m. on December 4.
According to Essa Al Shamsi, Senior Vice President of Terminal Operations at Dubai Airports, "We are fully prepared to welcome COP28 guests."
As November concludes, the UAE's Fuel Price Committee is gearing up to announce the retail prices for petrol and diesel in December.
In preparation for the upcoming COP28 conference, the Dubai Media Office has announced a temporary traffic diversion on Sheikh Zayed Road.
As families race to book last-minute holidays, the cost of both flights and staycations has increased.
The project, which is part of the process of creating the system for producing electricity, was presented to the Sharjah Ruler.
PureHealth has introduced Dawak, an innovative digital pharmacy platform in the UAE. This platform, currently accessible to Abu Dhabi Health Services (SEHA) patients, simplifies the medication process, ensuring a user-friendly and efficient...
Using its smooth digital platform, Numou seeks to facilitate the connection between lenders and SMEs.
The Dubai Traffic Court, presided over by Judge Ali Ahmed Mohammed Al-Badawi, has handed down a severe judgment against a 41-year-old Gulf man, sentencing him to two years in prison and suspending his driving license for six months.
The UAE, known for its status as one of the safest nations globally, maintains its security through rigorous laws. This extends beyond physical spaces to the online realm, ensuring the protection of citizens and residents.
Air Arabia has unveiled plans to launch a new route connecting Sharjah, UAE, with the picturesque destination of Phuket, Thailand.
In a recent development, the General Pension and Social Security Authority (GPSSA) in the UAE has introduced changes to pension regulations for Emiratis in the workforce.
A list of regulations that the public must follow has been posted by the Ministry of Interior as they prepare to celebrate the 52nd Union Day this weekend.
On Sunday morning, the Crown Prince of Dubai led over 226,000 participants in the fifth Dubai Run, a remarkable demonstration of community spirit.
In anticipation of the UAE's 52nd National Day celebrations, Umm Al Quwain's authorities are taking proactive measures to enhance road safety with a special initiative.
Throughout the month of December, the Department of Public Services in Ras Al Khaimah is launching a unique campaign to commemorate the 52nd Union Day of the United Arab Emirates by slashing general fines by half.
Attorneys emphasize the critical need for individuals to thoroughly read and comprehend the terms of their vehicle insurance policies, particularly regarding coverage for natural disasters.
A young Gulf man faced legal consequences in Ras Al Khaimah as his cursing and offensive messages sent to his brother via WhatsApp led to his prosecution.
Together, the Sharjah Municipality and the Sharjah Police Department have conducted a thorough crackdown on traffic violations, leading to the seizure of 900 vehicles of various makes and models.