Dubai news roundup: March 22

Smelly commuters, Discovery Gardens residents without water, free iPhones and more UAE news

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Some Discovery Gardens buildings have been without water since Friday although tenants have paid their bills.
Full story: Gulf News

New survey indentifies what causes UAE commuters most stress on their way to work. Bad and dangerous drivers top the list, while bad smell from other commuters also was mentioned as a reason.
Full story: 7days

After receiving many consumer complaints that restaurants and cafés have hiked prices, the Ministry of Economy warns eateries against raising meal prices without prior approval.
Full story: Emirates 24/7

The Middlesex University in Dubai has launched an innovative way to market their courses. Free iPhone 4 are to be given to new students.
Full story: Khaleej Times

Students, senior citizens and people with special needs applying for new, discounted Nol Blue fare card for public transport must show National Identity Cards while passport copies are not accepted.
Full story: Gulf News

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