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Ten Dubai residents honoured for ‘Ideal’ homes

Dubai: Mohammad Hassan Ahmad Al Fardan made a few tweaks in his home — to cut his utility bills — and in the process...

120,000 Dubai homes to be powered per year by electricity produced...

Tens of thousands of homes across Dubai will be powered by clean energy converted from waste, all thanks to the world's largest waste to...

Dubai Municipality launches Smart Flower solar panel

A flower-shaped solar panel that can reorient itself to face sunlight has been announced by Dubai Municipality. The Smart Flower was developed by an Austrian...

Dubai delays opening of crocodile park project until end-2017

The $5.9 million Dubai Crocodile Park project is now 43 percent complete, and is scheduled to open by the end of next year, it...

Sheikh Mohammed approves ‘Dubai Street Museum’ project

Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, today approved ‘Dubai Street...

Drones to nab Dubai litterbugs

Drones are set to become the new inspectors, as Dubai Municipality has confirmed that it will use unmanned aerial vehicles to catch litterbugs red-handed.

Dubai’s dust busters work round the clock

Truckoads of sand have been cleared from Dubai’s highways and main streets following stormy conditions that prevailed over three days in the desert city.

Desert Rose housing project to bloom in Dubai

“Desert Rose is an Emirati housing project that will have recreational and sustainable features, where the roofs of homes and buildings will be covered with solar panels that will provide 200 megawatts of electricity. The city will also recycle over 40,000 cubic metres of waste water,” said Al Hajiri. He explained that some of the main features of the sustainable city will also include an electronic train track connected with Dubai Metro

Dubai civic chief calls for tough curbs on car ownership

Dubai’s civic chief has called for tough curbs on car ownership as the city’s economic rebound clogs its roads and a booming population and spike in car sales lengthen rush-hour queues.

Dh17 million allotted for new parks and squares in Dubai

Hussein Lootah, the Director-General of Dubai Municipality, has announced that the municipality is to begin to implement five projects of residential parks and public squares in the Emirate of Dubai at a total cost estimated at Dh17 million.

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