Why is nutrition more important than ever? How can we teach this to the younger generations? How will restaurants bounce back after the pandemic? World-famous chef, Heinz Beck, explains all.
Dubai’s reputation as a leader in the gold market happened decades ago. Since then the gold industry has seen tremendous growth thanks to the city’s increasing role as a hub for trade and tourism.
As global dependence on digital technology grows rapidly, brands explore how they can reach consumers better with more humanised technology, and Dubai startups train AI with what they call ethical data to gain the trust of its users.
There’s something brewing in Dubai. Rich, often chocolatey and occasionally fruity, artisanal coffee is causing a stir in the emirate.
Princess Latifa, the daughter of UAE vice president Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum, claims she is being held against her will.
David Guetta streamed live on his Youtube channel his free performance on the helipad the building.
Sheikh Mohammed wrote on Twitter that hereditary rulers in the country's seven emirates and at the federal level would nominate those for citizenship.
Business Line looks at how innovative business opportunties are arising from plastic waste, the search for a COVID-19 vaccine and shops going digital due to pandemic restrictions.
From bioengineering and gene editing to cybersecurity, 5G, and much more, the future is very much under the spotlight at the 40th annual Gulf Information Technology Exhibition in Dubai.
Euronews speaks to Sir Tim Clark, the President of Emirates Airline, to discuss the company's COVID-19 response, the future of aviation and the industry's carbon footprint.
Dubai has long been a destination for expatriates, but lately there's been a growing trend towards residents choosing to stay for longer. September 2018 saw the creation of a renewable five-year retirement visa that came into effect a year later.