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Tax refund for UAE tourists to begin on November 18

The UAE’s Federal Tax Authority (FTA) announced on Monday, October 22, that the Tax Refund for Tourists Scheme, which will enable tourists to refund VAT on purchases made at participating retailers through designated refund outlets, is set to begin on November 18....

Tech-voc courses application for OFWs made easy

Returning Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) can now apply for technical-vocational (tech-voc) courses offered by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) upon their arrival at international airports in the Philippines. OFWs can apply for the...

Court rejects DOJ petition to arrest Trillanes

Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 148 on Monday, October 22, rejected the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) request for an arrest warrant against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV over his coup d'etat charges which was dismissed seven years ago. Makati Judge Andres...

Types of scams in UAE targeting expats

A number of expats in different countries have fallen prey to financial and investment scams, turning all their hard-earned money into ashes. Predominantly, expats around the world are vulnerable to fraudsters because they trust someone who should not be trusted in...

Downpour hits UAE, causes traffic accidents, tailbacks

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Heavy rain caused traffic accidents and long tailbacks in major roads across the UAE on Wednesday, May 16.

Many areas in the country were covered by a blanket of clouds as the overcast weather condition continues, with temperature dipping to 17°C yesterday.

An accident along Sheikh Zayed road near Al Safa Park created heavy traffic congestion, restricting Abu Dhabi-bound vehicles to pass along the area yesterday.

Dubai-bound motorists from Sharjah likewise experienced tailbacks along Al Wahda and Al Nahda streets amid downpours and slippery roads.

The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) urged motorists to check their vehicle brakes to ensure their safety during unstable weather conditions.

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Score 100% refund in your electric, water bill in Dubai

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