Calls for better swimming pool safety after Dubai drowning
Incidents puts swimming pool safety in the spotlight and many say that public pools are either without lifeguards or attended by staff who are not qualified to attempt first aid techniques.
The 'trivial' science that's solving everyday problems
Want to know how to tie your shoelaces correctly, or throw a dart to maximise your score, or even keep your bathroom mirror from steaming up? Science has the answer.
Sheikh Mohammed launches UAE Soft Power Council
The council will report directly to the Cabinet and introduce a national strategy to convey the country's history abroad "in a new way".
Sheikh Mohammed endorses Dh800m Dubai roads project
The improvements are intended at easing congestion and improving traffic flow.
Tackle religious extremism by addressing migrant crisis, Egypt conference hears
Political and spiritual figures from around the world were gathered for an international peace conference, co-organised by Al Azhar and the UAE-based Muslim Council of Elders, which will be addressed by Pope Francis' in the Egyptian capital.
Abu Dhabi labourers who lost everything in a camp fire being supported by other workers
An electrical short circuit at the camp destroyed a temporary block of 20 prefabricated rooms, which left 160 workers with only the clothes on their backs.