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UAE astronomer confirms solar eclipse myth

Several residents were worried about the December 26 annular solar eclipse due to the unusual misconceptions surrounding the once-in-a-lifetime spectacle. The CEO of Dubai Astronomy Group (DAG) Hasan Al Hariri said that the institution has gotten ‘several calls’ from...

Ajman observes Tolerance Without Traffic Violations

Instead of issuing fine tickets to the motorists, the traffic police in Ajman educated them with their offense and gave them guidance to ensure their safety. This was in line with this year’s observance of ‘The Year of the Tolerance’ in the Middle East. In a report by...

Roger Casugay wins Fair Play Athlete Award

The Fair Play Athlete was awarded to surfer Roger Casugay during the closing ceremony of the 30th SEA Games in New Clark City. The recently concluded biennial event recognized his heroic deed during the men’s long board surfing in La union on December 6. He was on the...

Dubai Garden Glow is back for winter season

by | EDITOR’S CHOICE

Oct. 09, 18 | 3:04 pm

Dubai Garden Glow in Zabeel Park has opened its doors to the public once again last Sunday, October 7, for the coming winter season.

This time, in its fourth season, Dubai Garden Glow, which was established in 2015, will introduce new attractions to its visitors which will all be connected to this year’s theme which is “Glowing Safari”.

Aside from the re-opening of its ice park, visitors can also expect glowing figures of animal sculptures made from recyclable materials such as old plastic bottles and old CDs which will be featured in its new Art Park.

The Dubai Municipality said that they are expecting over 500,000 visitors will visit the park which will be open until the first few weeks of 2019.

Dubai Garden Glow will be open from 4:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Tickets are priced at Dh65, with free entry for children under three. The ice park is an extra Dh45.

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Ajman observes Tolerance Without Traffic Violations

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Roger Casugay wins Fair Play Athlete Award

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