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Dubai Water Canal project to be completed this year, says RTA...

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has confirmed that one of the city’s largest projects, the Dubai Water Canal, will be completed by the end of this year.

Pink taxis to highlight Dubai breast cancer awareness campaign

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Pink taxis will form a giant coloured ribbon formation to mark the launch of a new breast cancer awareness campaign in Dubai on Monday, January 11.

DUBAI-TRAM Whole Line Dubai-Marina – Al Sufouh

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Stations: Dubai Marina Marina Towers Mina Al Seyahi Media City Palm Jumeirah Knowledge Village Al Sufouh

One person dies every 50 hours on Dubai roads

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Forty-five people lost their lives in 560 accidents caused by making sudden turns, while 26 people died in 588 accidents caused by not leaving enough space between vehicles.

Burj Al Arab adds Rolls-Royce Phantom II to its fleet

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As part of its 15th anniversary celebrations, Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the world’s most luxurious hotel, has now added four Bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II

Emaar's malls unit says Q4 net profit rises 5%

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Dubai's Emaar Malls Group (EMG), a unit of Emaar Properties, reported a 5 percent rise in fourth-quarter net profit on Wednesday.

Light rain continues; temperature plummets to 2 degrees; fog to reduce...

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The unstable weather that has brought thunderstorms to the UAE in the past 36 hours is finally coming to an end, even as reports of rain in parts of Abu Dhabi continues to hinder the daily commute.

Which Dubai roads to be remade this year?

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Roads in Dubai are constantly subject to change. These developments are in response to a fast-growing emirate with an increasing number of vehicles on the road.

RTA accomplishes six rest stops for trucks comprising 160 parking slots

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has completed the construction of six rest stops on the Emirates Road, Sheik Mohammed bin Zayed Road

Dubai employees may be allowed to be late for work on...

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Dubai is considering allowing its employees to be late for work in heavy fog conditions to avert road accidents, a senior police officer was quoted on Monday as saying.