Parents at Jebel Ali School, which was established in 1977, were informed on Friday that the school has been sold to the Taleem Group, an education provider in the UAE.
The UAE's telecom regulator has warned users of a security flaw in the video-conferencing platform, Zoom.
Plans are well underway in Abu Dhabi to ban single-use plastic bags from June 1.
Expats in the UAE are being reminded to use only certified movers while planning their relocation after a former resident took to social media to flag a company for stalling the shipment of her belongings.
The UAE has confirmed 403 new cases of COVID-19 from 236,283 tests in the past 24 hours.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Thursday complained about divisions inside the European Union over more sanctions against Russia and asked why some nations were being allowed to block the plan.
The husband of a fourth grade teacher killed in this week's mass shooting at a Texas elementary school has died from a heart attack, family members told the New York Times.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has confirmed 10 new cases of monkeypox, including the first case in the province of Ontario, bringing the country's total to 26 cases.
Pakistan's ousted prime minister Imran Khan disbanded a protest march by supporters on Thursday after clashes with police outside parliament the previous evening, but he warned that they would return unless an election was called within six days.
The Texas gunman who murdered 19 children and two teachers posted an online message warning that he was going to shoot up an elementary school minutes before he attacked, Governor Greg Abbott said.
FlyDubai will operate up to 60 special flights to Qatar as part of the one-day shuttle service to ferry football fans during the FIFA World Cup.
Apple Inc has raised the pay for its hourly US employees, the iPhone maker said, as companies face a tight labour market, a surge in unionisation efforts and rising inflation.
The UAE’s non-oil foreign trade in the first quarter of 2022 touched nearly AED 500 billion for the first time in the country's history.
Abu Dhabi has come up with a regulatory policy for electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
The UAE government and the World Economic Forum (WEF) have teamed up to explore future opportunities and mobilise partnerships to address global challenges.
Simona Halep said she would have to learn to put less pressure on herself after suffering a panic attack during her second-round loss at the French Open.
Stefanos Tsitsipas was again made to work hard for victory, the Greek fourth seed overcoming Czech qualifier Zdenek Kolar 6-3 7-6(8) 6-7(3) 7-6(7) in a marathon match on Thursday to move into the French Open third round.
Joao Almeida of UAE Team Emirates has withdrawn from the Giro d'Italia after testing positive for COVID-19, his team announced on Thursday.
Rafael Nadal produced an imperious show to secure his 300th Grand Slam match victory, dismantling local hope Corentin Moutet 6-3 6-1 6-4 to book his spot in the French Open third round.
An aeroplane dedicated to Argentine great Diego Maradona has been unveiled ahead of a journey that will end at the World Cup in Qatar later this year.
Ukrainian director Maksym Nakonechnyi gives a raw and timely representation of post-traumatic stress disorder in his Cannes debut entry "Butterfly Vision".
Actor Ray Liotta, the star of the 1990 blockbuster crime film 'Goodfellas', has died at the age of 67.
K-pop superstars BTS will head to the White House next week to address hate crimes targeting Asians and people of Asian descent with US President Joe Biden.
Justin Bieber will perform a second concert in Dubai due to overwhelming demand.
Tickets for Justin Bieber’s much-anticipated Justice World Tour go on sale on Thursday morning.
An app designed to help visually impaired or blind pedestrians use public transit will debut at a Washington subway station on Tuesday.
Fans of Thai rapper, Milli, had a hankering for mango sticky rice in Bangkok this week after the 19-year-old ate mouthfuls of the much-loved dessert on stage at the Coachella music festival in the United States.
The Trapp family from Duluth in Minnesota has achieved the Guinness World Records title for the tallest family.
Police in India were seeking to arrest members of a gang who dismantled a 60-feet-long iron bridge and likely sold it off in parts as scrap metal, officials said on Sunday.
The Eiffel Tower grew 6 metres on Tuesday after a new digital radio antenna was attached to the top of the Paris monument.
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Dubai Eye complements the conversation with the music you love from the eighties, nineties and newer.
A new survey from AON saying that firms aren't adjusting housing allowances to keep up with inflation - unless you're a new hire. We speak to Toby Simpson, CEO of Striver.app to find out if that's what they are seeing on the ground.
Andrew Brown, Regional Director in Europe, Middle East & Oceania at World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) shares how private and business travel currently fairing and how big of an issue is staffing at the moment.
Dubai International Airport saw passenger numbers rise by more than 15 per cent in Q1 on the quarter before - the second quarter in a row passengers have topped 10 million, CEO Paul Griffiths has told The Business Breakfast. Flight movements were also up almost 6 per cent.
Georgia catches up with Clare Turnbull, Principal at RGS Guildford Dubai to find out how the school hires its teachers.
Will you make more money by selling your car now? Damien is joined by Carswitch founder Imad Hammad on Motor Mania.