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|Sharjah Museums Department Joins Hands With Goethe-Institut To Develop Staff Training Sessions
"SMD is committed to nurturing the talent of our staff members and their long term professional development.
|Sharjah Celebrates 10 Years Of Successful Organization Of The F-1 Powerboat Championship
Germano concluded by congratulating Al Noman and his team for their excellent hospitality and event organization.
|SCCI Encourages Business Sector To Strengthen Efforts To Adopt More Benchmark Trade Practices
During the seminar, Nada Al Hajiri, SEEA General Coordinator, delivered a detailed presentation about the awards, which included its objectives, criterion, participation rules and other important details.
|International Teams Arrive To Participate In Sharjah Grand Prix 2009
The SCTDA, led by H.E. Mohammed A. Al Noman, stated that Sharjah is ready to host the prestigious event, for which it has won five awards for best organization in previous years.
|Air Arabia Named ’Low-Cost Carrier Of The Year’ By Two Leading Industry Bodies
At the CAPA award ceremony in Beijing, officials explained that it has been an unconventional and challenging year for the aviation industry.
|Sharjah And Ajman City Centres Commemorate 38th UAE National Day With Special Activities
The line-up includes an International Children’s Carnival, International Folklore event, and characters from the very popular Freej and Shaabiyat Al Cartoon roaming around the mall.
|Al Qasba Honours 38th UAE National Day With A Full Program Of Fun And Exciting Events
Dina Al Nakhi, Events Manager Al Qasba, says that the celebration this year is organized in collaboration with many government bodies and charity organizations.
|Sharjah Museums Celebrate 38th UAE National Day
"The UAE National Day celebrations reiterate the importance of unity in thinking and the commitment to work towards the socio-economic growth of the nation," said Manal Ataya, Director General, SMD.
|Most Emirates already curbing the use of tobacco
A spokesperson for the municipality said if individuals were caught smoking in malls, restaurants, cafes, public toilets, salons and other public spaces they could be fined Dh1,000 (US$270). Businesses that allow people to smoke in banned areas could be fined up to Dh20,000.
|International Performers Arrive Ahead Of 2009 Etisalat-Sharjah Water Festival
The international acts include the Italian orchestra I Cameristi Triestini, which will be performing one show only, on the opening night, the London-based Sesame Street Performance, and the Florida-based high dive team.