Abu Dhabi residents will soon be able to tell where exactly water and electricity are wasted in their house, which will prompt them to minimize resource consumption and save money, a senior official said. To read more, click here.
A high-speed railway linking Mecca and Medina, Islam’s holiest cities, is inaugurated in Saudi Arabia, described...
A UAE Cabinet decision announced on Sunday granting long-term visas for expatriate retirees is seen as a major social...
British holidaymakers are flocking back to destinations that until recently were feared by many to be at risk of unrest...
The Saudi government is pushing forward with an ambitious and expensive drive to develop its domestic tourism and entertainment sector, with potentially major consequences for the shape of Saudi society and its economy. To read more, click here.Read more ›
Uber is “deliberately investing” in products like Uber Eats and Pool as well as “high-potential” markets in the Middle East and India even as the cab hailing app saw its losses widening year on year in the June 2018 quarter. To read more, click here.Read more ›
Six months ago Serkan Ucar arrived in Doha to scope out business opportunities – away from his usual patch. The mission looks set to pay off handsomely, as the Turkish entrepreneur expects to win a first contract to help build an iconic 2022 World Cup stadium. To read more, click […]Read more ›
Zayn Malik has melted a million hearts in one fell swoop by announcing that he has recorded a song completely in Hindi. The Bradford-born singer spoke about his future music plans, explaining he has recorded a song for a Bollywood film, ‘It’s one of the first songs I’ve sung in full […]Read more ›
Visitors to Dubai now have an unusual vantage point from which to take in the emirate’s ever expanding skyline. The Dubai Frame, a 150-meter-tall and 93-meter-wide hollow, gold-plated observation tower, officially opened in the city’s Zabeel Park earlier this month. Believed to be the world’s largest picture frame, its […]Read more ›
Visitors to the Louvre Abu Dhabi will see a ‘kind of summation of the whole history that focuses on what is common in humanity’
It is a pity that the French minister of culture, Françoise Nyssen, was unable to make it to the Louvre Museum’s auditorium on Friday morning, because her speech contained a genuinely memorable quote. To read more, click here.Read more ›