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All GEMS schools across the country have been meticulously preparing for the return of their students and staff, implementing a host of safety measures. They are working with a globally accredited health and safety...
School fees will remain unchanged for the next academic year, according to information posted on the website of education regulator Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA). The updated FAQs section on the authority's website...
Cinemas, hotel beaches and swimming pools are among the public spaces that will be reopened in Sharjah at 50 per cent capacity on June 24. Select museums, education institutes and training centres are some of the other...
As life springs back to normalcy in the country following weeks of preventive measures due to Covid-19, Dubai Sports Council has stepped up its efforts to restore the emirate's sports sector to full capacity by announcing two...
Restaurants, coffee shops and cafes outside shopping malls in Abu Dhabi have been issued new safety guidelines to allow more dine-in guests. Authorities have established a series of rules they must follow to operate...
Prices of 37 food items and other commodities at 12 municipal outlets across Abu Dhabi have been cut to support Emirati families during the current situation, the civic body has announced. The Abu Dhabi...
Three proposals are under study by the Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA) to ensure the continuity of education in case the Covid-19 restrictions continue to the next academic year. The suggestions were discussed in...
Gold prices edged lower on Monday, trading in a narrow range, as fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections in Beijing cut investors' appetite for riskier assets. Spot gold was down 0.2 per...
The insider trading at public shareholding companies listed in the UAE capital markets takes effect on June 16 (Tuesday), in compliance with the applicable regulations and rules issued by the Securities and Commodities Authority.
The UAE government has approved a new system to issue bonuses to workers in emergency sectors, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has announced.
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