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Souq Al Jubail lantern is world’s largest Sharjah: A lantern at Sharjah’s Souq Al Jubail has won the the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest lantern. The lantern, which was designed and built by Global Event Management Group, is located at the entrance to the souq and stands at...

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According to the police, the maid was taken into custody after the parents of the infant filed a complaint. A nine-month-old Emirati girl has been admitted to Al Qasimi Hospital in Sharjah after she was allegedly tortured by the family's Indonesian maid. According to the...

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Whoever buys this secluded mansion, surrounded by lush gardens on the outskirts of the city, can have all of the trappings needed for a Dubai magnate. The completely rebuilt six-bedroom, 11-bathroom villa in Al Barari, a private housing complex aimed at the super wealthy, is on the market...

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A mall is throwing a party to launch the new Harry Potter book at 3am Harry Potter fans living in the UAE will have a triple celebration this Sunday — if they wake up early enough. A new book about the wizard’s adult life — Harry Potter and the Cursed Child — releases at 3am in the...

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Think you’re the next Chris Hemsworth? These workshops at The Junction will tell you The school that trained actors Chris Hemsworth and Isabel Lucas is coming to Dubai in September. Screenwise, an acting school based in Sydney, will be running workshops for beginners, teens and a...

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Real estate transactions will reach Dh300 billion in 2016, DLD chief The launch of affordable housing projects in Dubai is making UAE residents, with salaries of even Dh8,000 a month, consider the option of becoming home owners. A new report by compareit4me.com, a finance comparison...

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New decree lists different work permits for students to work in companies Abu Dhabi: Students will be able to obtain work permits for training and work purposes in the private sector, according to a new decree announced by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation on Wednesday....

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System receives live feed from cameras and alerts entities on traffic and other incidents The Abu Dhabi Monitoring and Control Centre (ADMCC) announced the launch of the ‘Falcon Eye’ system throughout the capital city, including the airport, main islands, and Bani Yas and Musaffah areas....

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If you consider yourself fairly unlucky when it comes to travel, it could work out in your favour as leading global insurance provider RSA launches a competition to find the UAE’s unluckiest traveller. The four-week “In Search of the UAE’s Unluckiest Traveller” campaign asks individuals to...

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Inspects different sections of the airport His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, today visited Dubai International Airport to ensure passenger satisfaction and facilitations provided to them. He also...