Team shortlist29 May 2017 AT 05:01 PM

DUBAI NEWS: 4 of our top stories this week

The Ramadan Sharing Fridges’ initiative is back and more…
Team shortlist29 May 2017 AT 05:01 PM

Entry to Dubai Parks & Resorts is a lot cheaper this summer
Dubai Parks & Resorts aka the home of Legoland, Motiongate and Bollywood Parks is giving families the chance to enjoy the rides from just AED85. The “1 Day 1 Park” offer starts with AED85 for entry to Bollywood Parks Dubai, AED145 to Motiongate Dubai, AED145 to Legoland Dubai and AED185 to two parks.
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Ramadan Sharing Fridges are back across Dubai
The compassionate minds responsible for last year’s moving Sharing Fridges initiative have gathered yet again to help care for the less fortunate by providing free food. The group that started with a mere handful of volunteers has since expanded to a fully functional team of over 25,000.
Newly licensed under the umbrella of Red Crescent and in association with Open Arms UAE, the group now has its app, Community Fridge, which aims to make it easier for donators to participate.
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Tickets to Dubai's La Perle on sale now
Tickets start from AED400 with performances running from 7pm-9.30pm on Tuesday to Friday and 4pm-7pm on Saturday. To book your bronze, silver, gold or VIP passes, click here. La Perle consists of 130 world-class artistic, athletic and technical team members from 23 countries and is influenced by Dubai’s rich culture and history. The sure-to-be-sensational show will run a staggering 450 times over the next year in its purpose-built venue in Al Habtoor City.
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This is when you can expect the hottest days of the UAE summer
According to a bulletin issued by the National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS), summer in the Northern Hemisphere will start on June 21, when countries will witness the longest days and highest temperatures. This means that we can expect temperatures in the UAE will rise by an average of two to three degrees Celsius in June.
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