UAE cultural legal training suggested for domestic workers

UAE cultural legal training suggested for domestic workers

Orientation for domestic workers before they come to the UAE to work was among the suggestions raised at a public forum. The Ministry of Interior is holding Ramadan Councils across the country, which have been organised by the Law Respect Culture Bureau at the General Secretariat of the Office of HH Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior. T...

Man cannot sleep because of noise

How can I get my flatmates to quieten down at night?

I live in a bachelors accommodation where there are 4 different rooms in a flat and in every room there are 3-5 bachelors, and there is a common area for shoe stands, laundry, entrance access and kitc... »

Shock at bill

Where do these ‘subscriptions’ come from on my du bill?

I am not sure if I am the only one experiencing this, but in the last 6 months on my Du mobile bill I always see this small amount on the end of the bill under the “Mobile Content” categor... »

Writer sorry if letter about Ramadan missing Dubai Marina caused offence

Writer sorry if letter about Ramadan missing Dubai Marina caused offence

Dear readers, I must apologize to all those offended by my letter (‘Ramadan Seems To Have Missed Dubai Marina’) dated June 29th, 2015. For the record, I am not Muslim. Sights around me don... »

Dubai Metro tunnel

Photos of Dubai by reader Sam Al-Azzawi

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner confirm split

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner confirm split

Terminator Genisys Red Carpet

Stars on the red carpet at Terminator Genisys premiere

Quasi Modo at Ugliest Dog Contest

Pictures of World’s Ugliest Dog competition

Emirates CEO delivers strong rebuttal to open skies allegations

Emirates CEO delivers strong rebuttal to open skies allegations

Emirates Airline CEO Sir Tim Clark has formally delivered his “sledgehammer” rebuttal report to claims by the three largest US carriers that Emirates is unfairly subsidised. American, Delta and United had claimed that Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airlines had received subsidies from their governments totaling $42 billion over the past decade....

Paris-Hilton

Paris Hilton may sue TV show over plane crash prank

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner confirm split

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner confirm split

Megan Ellison with Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke injured while ‘break dancing’ with Arnold Schwarzenegger

Swap Shop

Things to do: Swapshop, Ramadan Spirit and Unique Iftar

Pre-loved purchases and stylish swaps Attention keen fashionistas, Fashion Swap Shop pop-up community market is back at Tribeca, Ocean View Hotel on Thursday. Twenty homegrown labels will be selling i... »

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Travelling this summer? What you need to do before going on holiday

It’s that time of the year when many will escape the heat to a breezy tropical island or head back to their home country. Travelling abroad means that your house will be deserted for a while and it... »

Things to do today: Meditate, Shop and Art

Things to do today: Meditate, Shop and Art

Calm your mind After a busy day at work, relax your mind tonight with a meditation session headed by Mohammad Najafi at Harmony Healing Center. Join them for an iftar right after. 6-7pm. 04 421 7799 &... »

United States captain Carli Lloyd scores her penalty kick against Germany in the Women's World Cup semi-final

US too strong for Germany in Women’s World Cup semi-final

The United States reached the Women’s World Cup final with a 2-0 victory over fellow international powerhouse Germany in Montreal. A penalty in the 68th minute, controversially awarded but confidently converted by Carli Lloyd, broke the deadlock after Germany’s Celia Sasic had missed a penalty of her own. Substitute Kelley O’Hara ...