Dubai news roundup: April 7

Dust flaring up allergies World’s biggest caviar farm in the desert, eco-friendly water bottles and more UAE news

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Windy conditions in the UAE are causing sand and dust to blow up and doctors say allergies may flare up.
Full story: Gulf News

World’s biggest caviar farm has been built in the UAE desert. The UAE’s annual caviar demand has been estimated at 35 tonnes and the farm is capable of producing 32 tonnes of the popular luxury food a year.
Full story: Khaleej Times

Bottles-water company Masifi has launched new and more eco-friendly water bottles with 23 per cent reduced plastic.
Full story: Gulf News

Dubai Police has warned banks about new type of bank fraud with criminals assuming customers’ identities and transferring victims’ money to overseas accounts.
Full story: The National

Du confirms that all of their services are back to normal after underwater cable cut.
Full story: Emirates 24/7

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

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