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UAE weekend weather: Clouds, fog and rough seas ahead

The UAE's weather forecast by the National Centre of Meteorology predicts fair to partly cloudy skies in general, with increased humidity at night and...

Weather: Fog covers parts of UAE on New Year’s Eve

Fog and mist continued to wrap Abu Dhabi while Dubai experienced a colder morning this Sunday.Fog was reported from several parts of the capital. The weather...

New Year 2018: Free parking in Dubai today, tomorrow

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced changes to the business hours of its entire services during the New Year's holiday. Service outlets include...

How to avoid traffic in Dubai on New Year’s Eve

The Roads and Transport and Authority (RTA) and the Dubai Police have announced the traffic plan around Burj Khalifa in anticipation of the hundreds...

RTA Dubai traffic plan during MyDubaiNewYear’s celebrations at Burj Khalifa area.

.@RTA_Dubai traffic plan during #MyDubaiNewYear's celebrations at @BurjKhalifa area. pic.twitter.com/2ZnDxt7tXO— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) December 29, 2017 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

New Year holiday for UAE private sector announced

The UAE announced New Year holiday for the private sector on Thursday. According to the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, the private sector will get a...

RTA announces service timing during New Year’s holidays 2017

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the timing of its entire services during the Eve and New Year’s holiday on Saturday (31...

These UAE roads will have speed cameras on Friday

It's like being told the questions a day before the exam. You only prepare for them, and nothing else. That's exactly what Abu Dhabi...

8 WAYS TO CELEBRATE NEW YEAR IN DUBAI

Ride the RTA marine transport. People can avail of special deals on RTA’s marine transport facilities like the water bus, water taxi, Dubai Ferry, and abra to watch the fireworks.

Dubai International eyes 20m passengers in last quarter

Dubai: Twenty million passengers are expected to pass through Dubai International in the last three months of the year, according to dnata, the ground services handling company at the airport.

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