Trainer admits 'catastrophic error' as traces of anabolic steroids show up at stables
Was Israeli attack on Khartoum missile plant a 'dry run' for Iran – or a memo to the next US President?
Opinion digest: Heathrow queues, the London elections and the European spring
Business digest: Owners of the London Gateway port expect huge shipping terminal will open in 2013
Michael Bywater: Given
enough runways and tax
breaks, mega-cities can
be constructed anywhere
Rehab singer angers fans with shambolic performance at a festival in UAE
Millionaires’ playground off coast of UAE is dead in water, say lawyers
Dubai authorities offer
minimal response after lift
passengers’ terrifying ordeal
The Burj Dubai skyscraper has reached its final height of 818 metres.
But will the world’s tallest skyscraper be a white elephant a month after the emirate’s economic crash?
Fears for Sheik Mohammed’s horse racing empire as stock markets fall again in Dubai & Abu Dhabi
But investors still shaken as knock-on effects threaten Airbus and Boeing
And the Dubai debt crisis could make things even more precarious than he predicts
Dubai World conglomerate owes billions and cannot find the money
The First Post's top five restaurants - chosen for atmosphere, value and great food
Zanu-PF says the 85-year-old Zimbabwean president was not ill, but went to the United Arab Emirates for a holiday
Skyscraper construction projects are put on pause and expatriate workers are leaving in droves and leaving cars at airports: is the party over in the desert playground?
The world’s largest ever firework display marked the official opening of the Atlantis hotel in Dubai last night