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Local company to double tuna shipment



Staff processing freshly caught tuna. – JAMES KON


BY James Kon

WITH its 10th shipment of 25-tonne containers laden with locally caught skipjack tuna to Japan expected to be completed by October this year, all seems well for Yamako Pacific (Brunei) Sdn Bhd, a local company established to process Brunei-caught tuna into value-added tuna products through a state-of-the-art Japanese processing facility.

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Uniformed personnel fined BND3K for assaulting ex-wife

BY Fadley Faisal

A 27-YEAR-OLD uniformed personnel was sentenced on Thursday by the Magistrate’s Court to a BND3,000 fine after being convicted for assaulting his ex-wife.

Mohammad Faisal bin Muhammad claimed trial to a charge of causing hurt to his ex-wife along the roadside at Sungai Teraban on June 30, 2017.

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Local man faces jail time, fine for forging marriage certificate

BY Fadley Faisal

A LOCAL man is facing a maximum jail term of seven years and a fine after he pleaded guilty to the Intermediate Court on Saturday to forging a marriage certificate.

However, Judge Radin Safiee bin Radin Mas Basiuni adjourned the case for further mention on October 16.

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JIS hosts largest Football Funday


Yang Teramat Mulia Pengiran Muda ‘Abdul Muntaqim ibni Duli Yang Teramat Mulia Paduka Seri Pengiran Muda Mahkota Pengiran Muda Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah in action at Football Funday 2018. – JIS


BY Khairil Hassan

JERUDONG International School (JIS) hosted its 19th Football Funday on October 7.

This year, with 132 teams, saw the largest number of teams participating in the most anticipated community sports event of the academic year.

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Stryve team represents Brunei in KL gaming championship


Stryve team in a group photo before leaving for Kuala Lumpur. – RAHWANI ZAHARI



BY Wani Roslan

A TEAM from Stryve Gaming left for Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Friday to participate in the PUBG Malaysia-Singapore Championship 2018 LAN Finals at the Battle Arena Malaysia held on Saturday and Sunday.

According to owner and Managing Director of Stryve Gaming Najib Azhar, the Brunei team will compete in 12 rounds: six rounds on the first day and another six on the second day.

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