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missing-dogPet’s Name or Answers To:  Pixie
Last Seen or Found (when and where):  11 pm near the Jumeirah English Speaking School (JESS) in Safa 1
Microchip Number:
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Collar Color:  Brownish

Pet’s Description:  Small Teacup Yorkie. Colour black and brown. Very tiny

If found please contact:  Email:  rinksodhi@hotmail.com | Mobile Number:  +971 52 757 3573 Read more

Just watching my children with all their friends of different nationalities it is clear to see what a small world our children now live in and how important it is to encourage this international mindedness throughout their education. Read more

Watch our informational guide before relocating your beloved friend

If you are about to travel with your pet, watch this informational video. Move One’s Pet Transportation department gives you step-by-step instructions on how to correctly measure your pet before transportation. The video also includes tips on choosing the right size kennel for your dog, whether it is for a short trip or for a relocation across the globe. Read more

plane_sunsetGoing home. Back to family, friends and all those little things you missed while you’ve been away. It’s an exciting time. But there are a lot of things you need to organise – including your finances.

To help you move back home, and make the most of the opportunities available to you, we’ve listed some of the main things you should think about below – and explained how we can help. We’ve also provided a range of tools, videos and articles to help you find out more about repatriation – and how it affects you.

  • Moving back home can affect your tax situation, your savings and your investments – so you should talk to a financial expert.
  • Your retirement planning and pension arrangements could be affected too, so you’ll need to think about whether you want to continue paying into these – or make new arrangements back home.
  • If you closed your bank account in your home country, you may no longer have a credit history – so it may be worth keeping an offshore account open until you arrange a new account back home.
  • If you’ve been earning in a different currency from your home currency, and you’re planning to repatriate some or all of your wealth, you may not be aware of the foreign exchange solutions available to you. Read more

If you have recently relocated to Dubai then ‘Welcome to Summer’. People back home often ask at this time of year,  ‘how on earth do you cope in that heat?’ and surprisingly you find yourself answering ‘fine – we just move from an air-conditioned house to an air-conditioned car to an air-conditioned office’ which is great when the air-conditioning works, but when it doesn’t you soon remember where you are living.

Expat Echo Dubai have stressed the importance and guided you through looking after your hair in the heat, the importance of sun-screen and how to look after your air-conditioning in the home, and now we urge you to look after your car. Read more

HARTLAND YOUNG CHEFJamie’s Italian restaurant partners with Hartland International School and launches the Young Chef Award

One of Dubai’s most exciting new schools, Hartland International School is raising awareness for healthy cooking for children by launching the ‘Young Chef Award’ competition in partnership with the famed restaurant, Jamie’s Italian, located at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel.

The competition invites children to participate in a kitchen cook-off to re-create a healthy meal using fresh ingredients and creative cooking methods. Those that are shortlisted will then be invited for a final cook-off to win a spot to showcase their winning creation on Jamie’s Italian Weekend Special Boards, as well as the chance to win many other prizes such as laptops, book vouchers, dining vouchers and a day tour of Jamie’s Italian with an exclusive cookery class. Read more

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