Power cut at The Dubai Mall leaves shoppers in the dark
Social media users posted dim pictures of hundreds of shoppers wandering the halls in the dark.
Expo 2020 will alter misconceptions about Dubai, organisers say
Speaking at the Arabian Travel Market on Monday, Expo chiefs say the event will shine a light on the UAE's sustainability efforts, culture and heritage.
Pope Francis to join UAE council at Cairo peace conference
Misinterpretation of religious texts and barriers to global peace are among the topics that will be discussed at a conference in Egypt this week.
Restoration of iconic boat with a special message backed by Princess Haya
The restoration and campaign is being made possible by Princess Haya, wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, in memory of her father, King Hussein of Jordan.
Dubai buses running on time but passengers want more direct routes
The RTA said 74 per cent of buses ran on time last year - up from 69 per cent in 2015 - but passengers complain that journeys take too long.
Billboard campaign in Dubai bids to stop motorists using mobiles while driving
Transport service Careem has put up billboards across Dubai after a survey showed that three-quarters of drivers in the emirate admitted using their phones while driving.