Time Out has opened a new market in Dubai, showcasing what it says is some of the city’s best food, as the global events industry begins to prepare for the recovery from Covid-19.
Police in Dubai have arrested 11 Ukrainian women and a Russian man for their involvement in a nude photo shoot on a high-rise balcony in the city, authorities said, after the footage went viral and prompted a crackdown in the Gulf Arab sheikhdom.
Police in Dubai arrested a group of people on charges of public debauchery, authorities said, over a widely shared video that showed naked women posing on a balcony in the city.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the deputy ruler of Dubai and the finance minister of the United Arab Emirates, has died, his brother said. He was 75.
North East MSP Liam Kerr wants a review of quarantine rules for oil and gas workers returning from overseas.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused Iran of attacking an Israeli-owned ship in the Gulf of Oman last week.
Former UN human rights envoy Mary Robinson has called not intervening in the case of Sheikha Latifa her “biggest” mistake.
Emirati princess Latifa Al Maktoum has urged Cambridgeshire Police to reinvestigate the disappearance of her older sister, Princess Shamsa.
The Foreign Secretary has called footage of the ruler of Dubai’s daughter “very distressing” after the princess accused her father of holding her against her will.
Former UN human rights envoy Mary Robinson said she felt “horribly tricked” over an alleged royal hostage ordeal in the Middle East.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally admits he doesn’t see a happy ending for the lower leagues this season whatever happens next.
Police have welcomed the conviction of a man who admitted money laundering offences after he was caught with more than £860,000 at an airport.
Two days after his Ryder Cup prospects were talked up by Europe captain Padraig Harrington, Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre lived up to the hype in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Thousands of British travellers rushed to return home from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Friday before a flight ban came into force.
After opening itself to New Year revellers, Dubai is now being blamed by several countries for spreading the coronavirus abroad, as questions swirl about the city-state’s ability to handle record spikes in Covid-19 cases.
The addition of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to the UK’s “red list” is likely to cause problems for celebrities currently abroad in Dubai.
Former winner Sergio Garcia made a superb start to the Omega Dubai Desert Classic as Tyrrell Hatton came down to earth with a bump.
Sergio Garcia made the ideal start to the Omega Dubai Desert Classic as Tyrrell Hatton came down to earth with a bump.
Europe captain Padraig Harrington believes there will be a “seriously big party” if the Ryder Cup can take place with full crowds on site.
Sergio Garcia is eager to qualify for September’s Ryder Cup as he looks to add to his record points tally against the United States.
Justin Rose has pledged to “come out swinging” as he looks to fix the mistakes which have seen him slide down the world rankings.
Sean Wallace column: Derek McInnes still has credit in the bank at Aberdeen and deserves chance to silence anonymous bedsheet banner brigade
Aberdeen must retake third spot in the Premiership this weekend to silence the anonymous bedsheet banner brigade.
Coronavirus infections are surging to unprecedented heights in the United Arab Emirates.
Neil Lennon confirmed another Celtic player has tested positive for Covid-19 as he angrily hit back at criticism of the club’s controversial trip to Dubai.
The removal of Dubai from the travel corridor list could force a number of celebrities to have to self-isolate upon their return to the UK.
Scottish clubs breathed a collective sigh of relief when Holyrood did not shut down football amid the national lockdown.
While it may originate in the north-east, expats from across the world and Aberdonians alike can't get enough of this local delicacy.
Aberdeen were all smiles as they trained at the Jebel Ali Centre of Excellence in Dubai today. Derek McInnes and his staff put the players, including new midfielder Dylan McGeouch, through their paces in the United Arab Emirates. Here are the best pictures from the session:
PICTURE GALLERY: Dylan McGeouch and new Aberdeen team-mates leave for warm weather training camp in Dubai
Aberdeen were joined by new signing Dylan McGeouch as they left for their warm weather training camp in Dubai. The former Hibs midfielder joined on a two-and-a-half-year deal from Sunderland last night and was with the squad at Glasgow Airport ahead of their journey to the United Arab Emirates. Here are the best pics:
McInnes explains why he feels Aberdeen’s Dubai break remains vital in spite of state-of-the-art Cormack Park training ground
Dons boss Derek McInnes has explained why the squad will jet to Dubai for a training camp despite recently opening a £13 million training complex.