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ASK_LouiseQuestionHello, my boy is 3,5 years old. We’ve just arrived in Dubai and are living in Motor City. I am confused about whether I should register my child for school or nursery school.  Can you suggest a school that will be suitable for him. Read more

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New to Dubai or looking for somewhere to stay before you leave?  There are so many serviced apartments on offer throughout Dubai, in both business and leisure locations, you are sure to find a serviced apartment that fits your needs and budget. Of course, all basic factors like type, size, place and luxury affect the rates. Generally speaking the longer you stay, the better value the price is.

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cyclists-advice-288x300Cyclists have been banned from riding on major roads under tough new laws to be introduced soon in Dubai.

Those riding on roads with speed limits of more than 60kph face fines of up to Dh600 under the laws, which were announced on Sunday.

That fine can be doubled for a second offence in a year, and authorities will be able to impound bikes for a month if there are any further repeats click here to read more from The National.

wills_probate_legal_services_t_c_smithGood news for Expats in Dubai. The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has set the ball rolling for the introduction of new rules relating to succession and inheritance matters of non-Muslims owning assets in the emirate. Read more

ASK_LouiseQuestionIs there anyone in Dubai doing collections for the people of Nepal or any charities that I can donate to?

AnswerWhat a great topical question. There is the Children of the mountain which is a non-profit organisation supporting the
poorest children in rural Nepal, providing them with opportunities through education and personal development.
In UAE, Du is giving all its Nepalese customers three free minutes to call home and get in touch with their family. Dial any number in Nepal before midnight April 27 and the first three minutes of talk time will be free of charge.

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