Dubai news roundup: March 31

Abu Dhabi cross-country rally, ancient harbour found in Al Ain, zero road fatalities by 2020 and more UAE news

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Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge, a cross-country rally, starts tomorrow and UAE nationals are participating in the race expect a top 5 position.
Full story: 7days

Ancient harbour found in Al Ain. But as developers are moving in archaeologists lament their lost opportunities to do further research on the historical finds.
Full story: The National

Ministry of Interior predicts that traffic fatalities will be reduced to one per 100,000 population over the next three years. In addition to this, the Dubai Police aims to decrease road death to zero by 2020.
Full Story: Khaleej Times

Research shows that high salary isn’t enough to retain expats in the UAE, with employees preferring challenges, job stability or work-life balance.
Emirates: 24/7

The Pink Caravan campaign starts its journey from Sharjah on April 2 to raise awareness about breast cancer in the UAE and will be setting up 10 mobile clinics around the region.
Full story: Khaleej Times

Dubai’s popular Italian joint is getting a “cheesy facelift”

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