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13 old RAK houses damaged in rains to be repaired soon
Official says the ministry is coordinating with the local bodies concerned to identify all houses affected by the showers.
Cheese sold in Dubai doesn’t contain plastic: DM
A video posted by the physician — showing a popular brand of cheese slice not melting, but burning like plastic when put on direct flame — had gone viral on social networking sites.
Maids hired illegally steal, warn police
Such employers realise that the hefty fines that need to be paid for illegally employing maids would be higher than the value of the stolen items and thus, they avoid reporting the matter.
ERC sponsors Iraqi child with cerebral palsy
The ERC delegation led by Dr Mohammed Ateeq Al Falahi, Secretary-General of the ERC, recently visited the Kurdistan region of Iraq, where it learnt about the story of the child.
Al Ain Zoo welcomes reptile newborns
Afro-Asian Sand Snake, Royal Python, Spiny-Tailed Agama lizards, Indian Star Tortoises born in Al Ain Zoo.
Smartphone app to pay visa financial documents and health insurance fees
UAE MoI app enables customers to pay fees needed to obtain long term, short term and domestic workers’ visit visas without the need to visit the related centres.
Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation to host public forums in RAK, Fujairah
The forums will introduce residents to FANR’s role in ensuring the safe, secure and peaceful uses of the nuclear energy in the UAE.
Dubai Cares invites UAE community to Walk for Education
Sixth edition of the three-kilometre walk campaign will be held on February 6 at 8am, starting from Dubai Creek Park.
Beware, herbal products may not really be herbal
Herbal beauty enhancement creams being sold in some markets in Sharjah are banned by law and may pose serious health risks.
UAE initiatives for addressing climate change highlighted
The UAE is leading the way in the Arab world with the number of emission reduction projects recognised by the United Nations under the Clean Development Mechanism, says expert.
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