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News Archive of December 2005 Page 1

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Al Waab City - a community with a heart, launched

Under the auspices of H.E. Sheikh Nawaf Bin Nasser Al Thani, president of Nasser Bin Khaled & Sons Group, H.E. Sheikha HanadiBint Nasser, Vice CEO of the Group, announced the launch of the impressive Al Waab City development at the Four Seasons Hotel.

All focus on Madinat Al Arab, Dubai Waterfront

Dubai Waterfront - the world’s largest waterfront development - was this week once again the focus of investor attention in the UAE.

Centro, an innovative new hotel by brand Rotana Hotels

Rotana Hotels, the leading hotel chain in the Middle East, announced today details of the launch of their exciting new brand of hotels, Centro.

Emirates Railway to cost an estimated Dh14b

Emirates Railway, the UAE’s future national rail network, could stretch from 700 to 1,000 kilometres in length and cost between Dh9.86 billion to Dh14.29 billion to build at current estimates, officials said.

RAK investments to set up dolphinarium at Al Hamra Village

In a bid to shore up its tourism attractions, Ras Al Khaimah has decided to set up a dolphinarium in collaboration with a Bulgarian company.

Key deals with leading global players by IMPZ

IMPZ announced key deals with leading global players, including Thomson Group, Al Ghurair Printing, Heidelberg, Galadari Investment, DynaGraph and Express Printing, for the development’s printing, packaging and publishing clusters.

IFA secures Fairmont Hotels & Resorts for Zimbali project

Kuwait’s IFA Hotels & Resorts (IFA) has again shown its commitment to South Africa by announcing its latest achievement in securing one of North America’s largest luxury hotel groups, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Inc. (Fairmont) to manage its new resort in Zimbali.

Club Concierge makes luxury travel to Dubai easy

Upmarket visitors to Dubai can now have their every need catered for from a flight on a private jet to an afternoon charter on a luxury yacht or a spin in a Ferrari following the launch of a new lifestyle management company.

Safety regulations at The Palm Jumeirah signed by Nakheel

The Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Department today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Nakheel to enforce safety regulations at the Dubai-based property developer’s prestigious The Palm Jumeirah project.

Palm District Cooling to supply 500,000 tons of cooling

Palm District Cooling (PDC) has reached a major milestone of commitment to supply 500,000 tons of cooling demand in district cooling to the UAE.

Abu Dhabi’s Al Raha Beach Hotel ‘has found its niche market’

Abu Dhabi’s first boutique property, the Al Raha Beach Hotel, formally opened on Wednesday with an exclusive dedication ceremony. The hotel has captured a niche market for Arabian and European clients, a senior official said.

Dubai International Properties starts project in Morocco

Works on the AED 7.5 billion Amwaj project in Rabat, Morocco have commenced, Dubai International Properties (DIP), Dubai Holding’s international investment arm, announced in Al Rabat today.

IMPZ to exhibit at Gulf Print and Gulf Pack

The International Media Production Zone (IMPZ) will display a model of its project at the Gulf Print and Gulf Pack exhibition, the Gulf’s largest printing and packaging trade fair, taking place between 11 and 14, December in Dubai at the Airport Expo.

Dubai Lagoon is launched for retail residential purchasers

Located close to Dubailand, Global Village, Sports City, and the new airport, Dubai Lagoon offers the very best for those who demand the ultimate in contemporary living.

Dubai Festival City to be financed largely by banks

Banks will finance nearly 60 per cent of the Dh40 billion needed to develop Dubai Festival City, which is under development, said a senior company official.