The latest kitchen technology is set to be showcased at a top exhibition in Sharjah, giving the hospitality sector a tech boost.
The Expo Centre Sharjah and International Centre for Culinary Arts, Dubai, will host the ‘Chef’s Tech Arena’ at t
The number of ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWIs) in Africa will increase by 53 per cent taking the total to 2,858 by 2023, a report said.
The number if multi-millionaires in Africa will grow at a faster rate than anywhere else, added the Wealth Report released by Knight Fr
Former undefeated light heavyweight champion Joe Calzaghe will visit Bahrain next month.
The retired Welsh professional boxer, who is also the longest-reigning super middleweight champion in history, will share anecdotes from his long career and the world of boxing in general at
Traffic accidents across the UAE dropped by 23.52 per cent in the past three years; from 6700 accidents in 2011 to 5124 accidents in 2013, said a top government official.
Due to this significant decline, the number of traffic accident fatalities dropped from 720 in 2011 to 651 fa
Leading businesswomen in the country were honoured yesterday in a ceremony held at the Ramli Mall.
It was organised by LuLu Hypermarkets to mark International Women's Day in association with Bahrain Businesswomen's Society and supported by HSBC, said a report in the Gulf
Terrorists responsible for the killing of three policemen in a blast in Daih last Monday should be given the death penalty, preachers across Bahrain declared yesterday.
The imams, in their Friday sermons, were unanimous in condemning the murderous attack, warning against the dang
A nine-year-old Syrian girl plunged to her death from an eighth floor apartment on Hamdan Street in Abu Dhabi.
The girl was taken to hospital in a critical condition after the fall by the Abu Dhabi emergency and public safety department’s ambulance to Sheikh Khalifa M
Qube Café Resto, a new dining concept introduced in Lebanon by TV personality Tony Baroud, has opened a branch in Downtown Dubai.
In the presence of Christina Sawaya, former Ms Lebanon and Ms International, friends, business associates and members of the media graced the o
Bahrain's main supplier of fresh chicken has been ordered to improve hygiene and safety standards or face closure.
It follows a visit to the Delmon Poultry Company's hatchery and slaughterhouse yesterday, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Two cafeteria employees have been accused of killing a Saudi customer in the restaurant where they work.
The Indian defendants were arrested following a row in which the victim was knocked to the floor, suffering a fatal blow to the head, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN