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A treat for the festivities


Hamnorzekri Hj Abd Hamit, Marketing Executive of Hamnor Ibunda’s Recipe, poses for a photo with his creations. BT/Billah Hasan



BY BILLAH HASAN

BRUNEI-MUARA - IT DEFINITELY feels like Hari Raya Aidil Fitri when one takes a bite of Biskut Sagu (traditional sagu biscuits) and Kek Batik Empire by Hamnor Ibunda’s Recipe, and it makes one crave for more!

The two products are among five of the specialties of Hamnor Ibunda’s Recipe, a newly established home-based bakery. Its other products are the famous Kuih MorBiskut Cerelac (Cerelac biscuit) andBiskut Kacang (nuts biscuit).
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Flavours of online vendors this Sunday

BY ANALISA AMU

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - FOOD event specialist Big BWN Cookout is returning with another round of gastronomic affair, this time at the ongoing ‘Flavours of BIMP-EAGA: Culture & Food Expo 2016’ expo.

The event specialist – with the support of Matadoe Café and Astera Consultant – is holding a one-day fair on April 3 from 2pm to 9pm at the Airport Mall-based expo.
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Halal certification to be sped up


Permanent Secretary of Industry at the Prime Minister’s Office Adi Shamsul Hj Sabli (3rd R) during the dialogue on halal industry organised by Darussalam Enterprise (DARe) yesterday. The statutory body for SMEs has assured the business community that the government is working on cutting the time it takes to get a halal certification and permit and bringing it in line with the client’s charter aim of 45 days. BT/Ridhwan Kamarulzaman



BY DARREN CHIN

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - DARUSSALAM Enterprises (DARe) has assured the business community that the government is working on cutting the time it takes to get a halal certification and permit and bringing it in line with the client’s charter aim of 45 days.

Shortening the halal application processing time is crucial for the country’s ease of doing business objectives, said Permanent Secretary (Industry) at the Prime Minister’s Office Adi Shamsul Hj Sabli.
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Scrapyard fire in Anduki yet to be fully extinguished


JASTRe staff transferring water from their tanker to a makeshift dam to supply water to douse a stockpile of used tyres on fire on Tuesday afternoon. The fire has yet to be fully extinguished. BT/Aaron Wong



BY AARON WONG

BELAIT - THE fire that razed through a stockpile of used tyres at a scrapyard in Anduki on Tuesday has yet to be fully extinguished, with firefighters expecting work to spill over into today.

Fire and smoke had been reduced by 70 per cent of its initial severity by yesterday evening, but the epicentre of the tyre pile has proved especially difficult to put out, according to Seria’s fire station commander, Hj Sulaiman Hj Mohd Yussof.
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Local Malay comic book introduces new series

Language and Literature Bureau’s Head of Marketing and Promotion Hjh Rasiah Hj Tuah (L) holds up locally produced ‘ZOY Topeng Sakti’ comics during an Expo at the Airport Mall yesterday. BT/Arifubillah Masli



BY ARIFUBILLAH MASLI

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE Language and Literature Bureau (DBP) has introduced the fifth series of their popular local comic book line ‘ZOY Topeng Sakti’ in a bid to further improve Malay proficiency among Bruneian youth.

ZOY Topeng Sakti (ZOY with the Powerful Mask) was first introduced in 2011 and is a popular read among the youth.
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