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An annual wealth report confirms what most of us have always suspected — you can’t keep the rich down for long.
Dubai has made a habit of boldly going where no country has before. But the Burj Dubai is still a quantum leap apart, says Joanne Bladd.
Joanne Bladd explains why she's taking a stand against telco companies.
Joanne Bladd questions whether the global plaudits for US president are deserved.
Joanne Bladd welcomes Abu Dhabi’s plan to ban plastic bags but argues that it should be just the beginning.
Joanne Bladd questions French President Sarkozy's motives for controversial speech.
Even if Barca fails to win the FIFA Club World Cup trophy in Dubai, they may soon be back in the emirate, Joanne Bladd predicts.
Credit crisis well and truly here as the kingdom sees budget deficit of $17.3bn in 2009.
In a decision set to divide the industry, Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has announced its plans to relicense all health workers - including dentists- when it takes over the regulatory reins from the Department...
It's been a long time coming, but Dubai's health insurance scheme is finally here. However many unanswered questions remain.
If it were any other health story, it would have ceased to be news by now. But the autism versus vaccines dispute is special.
How long can the United Arab Emirates gov't continue to refuse residents entry on the basis of their health?
Last month's AEEDC was educational in more ways than one for dentists attending Manroor Al Awar's lecture on superior patient satisfaction.
I and 70 physicians learnt last month just how badly our healthcare services are failing type 2 diabetic patients.
Healthcare funding is one of the most hotly fought-over slices of the government budget. Ask any health minister, and he or she will tell you that medicine is essentially a numbers game - the question...