EU Ministers have thanked Sultan Al Jaber for his efforts to secure an ambitious outcome for COP28.
Private companies in certain sectors, with a workforce of between 20-49, are now included in the UAE’s Emiratisation drive.
A restaurant in Abu Dhabi has been ordered to shut down for flouting food safety regulations repeatedly.
The UAE Embassy in Tokyo has advised Emiratis who are in Japan to exercise caution due to extreme weather conditions.
Condemning the “unjustified escalation by the Houthis” in several parts of Yemen, the UAE has renewed its push for a permanent ceasefire agreement in the country.
A fire that ripped through a perfume factory in Umm Al Quwain on Monday afternoon was brought under control with no casualties being recorded.
Dubai Courts has announced the establishment of an inheritance department for non-Muslims which aims to enable non-Muslims to execute wills within a proper legislative framework, guaranteeing the application of their own laws.
Five thousand UAE citizens must be employed in Abu Dhabi emirate’s healthcare sector under the “Tawteen” Emiratisation programme by the end of 2025, the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi (DoH) has announced.
The Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) has honoured Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers for their work across four Syrian provinces, and recognises the UAE’s continuous humanitarian relief efforts in alleviating the suffering of affected families following the earthquake in February.