Are you stuck wondering what to do this weekend? If so, Dubai has a major international diving event in town – the FINA/NVC Diving World Series!
Dubai is hosting the second leg of this prestigious event, which sees the worlds best springboard and high board divers compete in five stops around the world. This weekend, Olympic Bronze medalist and sports icon Tom Daley will participate in the individual men’s 10m, going head to head with Olympic Gold and Silver medalists David Boudia (USA) and Qui Bo (China).
To open this event; Dubai’s very own diving club, DuDive, will be putting on a demonstration in the fundamentals of diving. This display will see around 70 of DuDive’s members showcasing their skills from the boards, so make sure you arrive early to catch all of the action! Read more
Thinking of moving this year? If so it will be worth your while to visit some of the fun school fairs taking place this weekend where Move One will be giving you the chance to win a free move. These fairs will be taking place on Thursday 20th March at Dubai British School in The Meadows and on Friday 21st March at Jumeirah English Speaking School in the Arabian Ranches.
Visit the Move One Representative at the Move One Stand to get a chance to win this great prize. Read more
The aim of physiotherapy is to help restore movement and normal body function in cases of illness, injury and disability. In Dubai many of us are very active, whether it’s running a marathon or throwing ourselves into a rugby match the wear and tear this causes soon takes it’s toll on our bodies.
It may not be a sport related injury that causes the need to seek their expertise but it could also be due to long working hours in the office crouched over a computer. The reason to see a physiotherapist is endless hence the demand for Physiotherapists for both children and adults is high in Dubai. Read more
The baby might not have arrived yet, but it still might be prudent to think about what formalities need to be completed once the baby has arrived; needless to say, when the baby has arrived you will be busy and in your own `baby world’.
Remember that you have to apply for a residency visa for your new-born baby within 120 days of the birth. If you don’t do this the baby is not allowed to leave the UAE, and AED 100 fine will be added for each day over the 120 day period. Read more