We don’t know what it is about summer, but it tends to have us stepping away from our usual brunch hotspots in search of a more laid-back way to spend our weekends. One favourite – as voted for by you – is a day spent at the luxury Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort. This Thai-inspired resort offers proper holiday feels, with its varied restaurants and hotel rooms that lead directly into the lagoon pool.
The Beach House, meanwhile, is the resort’s beautiful Mediterranean restaurant that sits adjacent to the pool, facing towards the beach. It’s best to grab a spot outside underneath the white, sun-dappled canopy (which has huge fans to beat the heat).
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Trip with Vakava
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THE BEACH HOUSE POOL DAY
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Tea by the sea
St Regis teams with Tchaba Tea for a special afternoon collab
Not for the fainthearted, Taikun sizzles with its new dinner and a show
LA CASA DEL TANGO
A round of applause or a slow hand clap for this new dinner and a show concept in DIFC?
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HOW NOT TO LOSE YOUR COOL THIS SUMMER
This is a city that works hard, plays hard, but, on a boiling hot day, can feel like hard work. So look at this month’s magazine as a little cooling comfort pack to see you through the summer season. Let yourself be whisked off to our favourite indoor bars and hideaways – with AC, summery feels and maybe an ice-cold drink to keep you chill. Then dream of refreshing dishes to fill your belly. You’ve never had it so cool.
A surf and turf showdown every Saturday
Very high steaks at SLS Dubai
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT
Feel like you’ve seen all that the capital has to offer? Think again…
Jessica Kent’s life was on the brink of falling apart completely. The 23-year-old was sitting in a jail cell hundreds of miles from home, awaiting a two-year prison sentence on drug-and gun-related charges.
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NEW CYBERSECURITY ORDER ISSUED FOR US PIPELINE OPERATORS
The Department of Homeland Security announced new requirements for U.S. pipeline operators to bolster cybersecurity following a May ransomware attack that disrupted gas delivery across the East Coast.
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PPE gowns in £122m order 'not safe for use in NHS'
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Ministers accused of failing over PPE fraud
Ministers have been accused of making a \"pitiful attempt\" to recoup taxpayers' money wasted on fraudulent Covid contracts after it emerged that only a fraction of the estimated total had been recovered so far.
Whitehall launches action to recover £122m from PPE Medpro
The UK government has commenced legal action to recover more than £100m from the company that was awarded two large PPE contracts after the Conservative peer Michelle Mone recommended it to ministers.
Laws tabled to increase number of overseas healthcare workers
Ministers will introduce today to tackle the NHS's staffing crisis by making it easier for overseas nurses and dentists to work in the UK. The move is part of a drive by the health secretary, Steve Barclay, to increase overseas recruitment to help plug huge gaps in the workforce.
Fury as billions of useless PPE items go up in smoke
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Expiry date passed for 1.5bn PPE items stored in England
About 1.5bn items of personal protective equipment (PPE) in storage in England have passed their expiry date, the public spending watchdog has revealed, as health officials are urging the government to “get a grip” on stocks and contracts.