As per a latest report a Hunter researcher which revealed that redback spider anti-venom is not effective, a toxinologist is advising doctors to keep on using the anti-venom.
In the study, over 200 patients were involved, but there was no difference between the outcomes of the patients who were treated with anti-venom and who were not, says Calvary Mater Hospital toxicologist Geoff Isbister.
Emirates airline, which is based in Dubai, placed an order for 150 of Boeing's new 777 mini-jumbos, in a $76bn (£47bn) deal on the first day of the Dubai Air Show.
Its sales moved up to a total of $95bn as it secured other orders from Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways and Lufthansa for some 109 of the new 777.
Emirates Airline has planned to start nonstop Boston-Dubai flight from March 10 next year. The airline will fly everyday round-trip non-stop flight on 226-seater Boeing 777-200LR plane. The company has already started selling tickets for $2400 for round trip.
DAMAC Properties has selected Deutsche Bank and Citigroup to manage the initial public offer of the Dubai based real estate developer. The real estate major plans to increase its market share in Dubai by raising funds from stock market.
DAMAC Properties has awarded contract to TAV Tepe Akfen Investment construction for DAMAC Towers by Paramount. The contract valued at AED 1 billion involves construction of services residences in Burj Area. The company will also construct luxury hotel in a period of 33 months.
Indians are investing more money in Dubai Real estate market as per the latest report from Dubai Land department. The report has put Indian investors at top position with total investments in first half of 2013 at 2.2 billion USD. Indian investors purchased property worth Rs 14900 crore in year 2012 and they are already approaching that figure during the six months of current year.
Dubai is getting built a crocodile park in the region for the first time ever, a recent report has uncovered. The park is expected to complete in a period of two years.
It is being said that whether it is a crocodile that could jump a gap half of its size or a male one born at 32°C or even a croc with the ability to dive, all would be seen in the new park.