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JPD debunks viral text on sale of vehicle registration numbers

BY Izah Azahari  


WITH regards to the viral message that contained the list of vehicle registration numbers offered at a certain fee through the social media including WhatsApp, the Land Transport Department (JPD) said it has never issued such a list.

JPD advised the public to not be easily deceived and believe in any news disseminated via the Internet or any social media without ensuring the legitimacy of the information.
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McDonald’s Lambak drive-thru opens its doors


Inside the McDonald’s Lambak branch. – PHOTOS: BAHYIAH BAKIR



BY Rokiah Mahmud

FEATURING the latest and trendy alphabet design, symbolising a bold and spacious areas and infusing natural light, Makan Ceria Sdn Bhd, the operator for McDonald’s Brunei, officially opened their new flagship restaurant in Berakas – the McDonald’s Lambak Drive-Thru.

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AMBD warning on numismatic fraud

AUTORITI Monetari Brunei Darussalam (AMBD) cautioned members of the public against social media accounts posing as old notes and coin collectors and offering to buy old notes and coins at a very attractive price.

These offers may be attempts by fraudsters to deceive victims into making payments for transactions that will never materialise.

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Local rapper achieves dream of a debut album release


Local rapper Azizi Sabri. – IZAH AZAHARI



BY Izah Azahari

LOCAL rapper Azizi Sabri recently released his debut album, It Starts Here, at Cultivate Bistro in the Progresif Headquarters Building, Gadong.

The album consists of 10 songs which took a year-and-a-half to complete, and features a number of other local artistes such as Zed Peace, Sai Firsa, Mumfie, Swanz, Danish Nordin, Syafiq Affendy and Wacko Genius.

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Decommissioned BST tankers equipment handed over to BMA


Brunei Gas Carriers Sdn Bhd Managing Director John Douglas Cook with Head of Brunei Maritime Academy Dr Suhaimi bin Haji Abdul Wahab at the signing ceremony. – DANIEL LIM



BY Daniel Lim

VARIOUS items from the recently decommissioned Brunei Shell Tankers Sdn Bhd (BST) vessels SS Bebatik and SS Belanak were officially handed over to the Brunei Maritime Academy (BMA), Institute of Brunei Technical Education (IBTE) Jefri Bolkiah Campus (IBTE JBC), Kuala Belait, following a signing ceremony between Brunei Gas Carriers Sdn Bhd (on behalf of BST) and the BMA, IBTE JBC at the IBTE JBC administrative building on Monday.

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