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Five-Day Kids Summer Camp at British Orchard Nursery, Multiple Locations (Up to 60% Off)
Little ones can participate in five days’ worth of summer camp activities at one of 11 nursery branches around Dubai and Abu Dhabi...
(was AED850)
Karting and Paintball Package at Al Forsan International Sports Resort (50% Off)
Thrill seekers can have fun during a 15-minute karting session and compete in two paintball games at this sports resort...
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Choice of a Shooting Experience at Al Forsan International Sports Resort (Up to 54% Off)
A choice of handgun is accompanied by 25 rounds which can be fired on one of ten indoor lanes at this Abu Dhabi sports resort...
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Yas Marina Iftar Cruise for One, Two or Four with Desert Rangers
Enjoy Iftar dinner buffet and admire the Yas Island, Ferrari World and Yas Water World during this 90-minute glass boat cruise...
(was AED99)
30-Minute Flyboarding Session for Up to Four with Al Mahara Diving Center
Feel like a superhero and get the ultimate rush with a 30-minute flyboarding experience...
(was AED420)
Two-Week or One-Month Nursery Enrollment at Little Garden Nursery
Little ones can have fun playing and learning during the two weeks or one month of their time at this Saada Street centre...
(was AED750)


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Egyptian tycoon jailed for murder of Lebanese pop star in Dubai is freed

Tamim, Moustafa's lover, was murdered in July 2008 at her Jumeirah Beach Residence apartment.

Eid Al Fitr to start on Sunday in UAE, moon-sighting committee confirms

ABU DHABI // The moon-sighting committee in UAE has announced that Sunday will be the first day of the month of Shawwal and the first day of Eid Al Fitr.

The committee, headed by Sultan bin Saeed Al Badi, Minister of Justice, said that after a number of legitimate measures, as well as several contacts with neighbouring countries, it was established that Sunday will mark the beginning of Eid, the state news agency Wam reported.

Education officials explain high school fees in Dubai

New schools are forbidden from increasing their fees during the first three years of operation - or longer, if they fail inspections - leading to higher rates from the start.

Gargash says diplomacy remains priority in resolving Qatar crisis

But, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs said, if Doha does not meet a 13-point list of demands then there will be a 'parting of ways, because it is very difficult for us to maintain a collective grouping'.

Dubai to have 21 new private schools over next 15 months

Cutbacks in education allowances, low oil prices and slower economic growth have done little to sway the optimistic outlook of education providers.

My Ramadan: How the holy month strengthens bonds of friendship

When members of a family new to Abu Dhabi felt homesick during the holy month they were struck by the kindness and the generosity of a neighbour, Thufail Muhammad writes.


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