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ukinuaeFrom 9 June 2014, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office is changing the way that it registers the births & deaths of British Citizens overseas.

The process of registering the births and deaths of British Citizens overseas will gradually be withdrawn from British Consulates during 2014. Thereafter registrations will be carried out in a central registration unit in the UK. The transfer of services will begin on 9 June 2014.

There are no changes to the entitlement to register a birth or death. The processing time will remain the same but you will need to allow extra time for documents to be sent to and from the UK.

The transfer of this work will start on 9 June and will affect all applications from the following countries or territories: Read more

mpac-elite-internaltional-tournamentMPAC would like to take this opportunity to invite you, your friends and family to an amazing FREE event.

Future NBA Stars will be showcasing there talent in Dubai in a historic tournament not to be missed.

The top USA High School teams will be competing against the top talents in the MENASA REGION.

It will be an electrifying environment filled with prizes and giveaways, dunk competitions and an absolutely amazing displays of sportsmanship and athleticism.

MPAC would like you, together with your friends and family, to come and enjoy the festivities.

They will be selecting people from the audience for halftime competitions and giveaways.

An amazing way to end the school year with a free event that will make history in the region!!

Though this is a FREE event, seats are limited!!
Call and reserve your seats today!!

MPAC ELITE INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT June 14th 6:00 PM at Al Shabab Club! (click for location map) Read more

Al-Fanar-300x300Al Fanar – Dubai Festival City“Where do you go for local Emirati food in Dubai?” A question that I am asked a lot. Now, I would say head over to my grandmother’s kitchen where some of the best Emirati food is made (pronounced Emarati by the way). However, although my grandmother would love it, this doesn’t really answer the question.

And so I began to taste my way around every Emirati restaurant and café in Dubai, as well as spots serving Emirati dishes in search of the best. My journey was sometimes funny, other times horrific, but always enlightening.

It has left me much wiser and as such, here are my top 5 recommendations for eating Emirati food in Dubai – in no particular order: Read more

Missing CatPet’s Name or Answers To: Millie
Last Seen or Found (when and where): Springs 3 – 04Jun14
Microchip Number: N/A
Municipality Tag Number: N/A
Collar Color: N/A

Pet’s Description:
One Eyed, Blind, Ginger Cat
Healthy cat and responds to Millie
As you will understand she will be very disorientated and confused as she cannot see. She is a very friendly & loving cat after we rescued her and took her in 1.5yrs ago when we saw her at the vets after she had been hit by a car (hence why she is blind).
I believe a new Gardener or Cleaner may have left the door open and she has got out. She has never been outside of the walls of our villa but she is a Very inquisitive and confident cat and hopefully someone has spotted her.
If you have any information good or bad please contact me Read more

Each year, thousands of seasoned expats either move house within Dubai or leave the Emirate altogether. One of the downsides of being an expat tenant is that we can often be exploited, especially in the case of having to leave Dubai in a hurry. Some, but not all landlords are unscrupulous and we all know that landlords here in Dubai can be quite unique. So to ensure you get your deposit back here are some helpful tips and advice you can follow. After all, many tenants have had little or no choice but to improve the landlord’s property, at their own expense! Why risk losing your deposit as well? Read more

mary_poppins1-624x436DubaiKidCare, has been created by expatriate parents living here in Dubai and is inspired by the French childcare model system.

A new addition to the childcare service in Dubai that busy mums or those looking for a few hours to themselves will love.

DubaiKidCare, has been created by expatriate parents living here in Dubai and is inspired by the French childcare model system. The idea came about because the couple wanted to share childcare service with another family (in their neighborhood).

How does it work? Parents contact DubaiKidCare through the website or call them directly to give their exact childcare requirements.
A reliable babysitter service with trained staff is put in place.

You can choose from an experienced babysitter or Nurse depending on the age of your child. Children are then looked after jointly with another family that has the same needs in the same neighborhood.

The service is ideal to use for few hours per day on a regular basis and can be totally bespoke to meet your needs-in terms of timing and other details. Read more

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