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Streetwear brand with a positive message


Hj Ahmad Zulkhairi Hj Matzin (R) and Md Zakwan Zinal Abidin (L), the designers for JLN Artwear Brunei. Picture: BT/Ikhwan Salleh




BY IKHWAN SALLEH

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - SPREAD positive vibes while donning trendy apparels from a new local label dubbed ‘Jgn Luan Negatif’ (JLN) Artwear Brunei.

The brand, which directly translates to ‘don’t be too negative’, is introducing its first collection, which is centred on graffiti-inspired designs.
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Less rainfall expected from late June to September


Fire and Rescue Department personnel provide residents with safe transportation and passage to their homes by the floods in this file photo. Picture: BT file



BY RACHEL THIEN

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - BRUNEI is expected to experience less rainfall later this month until September, an officer at the Meteorological Department said yesterday.

Currently, the country is experiencing showers which generally occur in the late morning and early afternoon or evening.
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PMO announces appointment of two officers

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - BY COMMAND of His Majesty, the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) yesterday announced the appointment of two officers.

Pg Jamra Weira Pg Hj Petra, Acting Deputy Director of the Department of Electrical Services at the Prime Minister’s Office has been appointed as the Director of the Department of Electrical Services. His appointment is effective as of June 1.
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Abandoned houses a rising concern among Kg Ayer residents


One of the abandoned houses of Kg Bolkiah A seen in a state of disrepair yesterday. Picture: BT/Darren Chin



BY DARREN CHIN

BRUNEI-MUARA - THE number of abandoned houses at Kg Bolkiah A is causing consternation among residents who worry that the houses would attract drug addicts and thieves.

When The Brunei Times visited the housing estate built in 1994 by the Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah yesterday, up to 28 of the 225 houses there were visibly abandoned, with only a few discarded furnitures left in some of them and piles of rubbish left in others.
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Crumbling home a risk to nearby houses


The partially collapsed house which began to deteriorate four days ago. The abandoned house is located close to two other houses. Picture: BT/Khai Zem Mat Sani



BY KHAI ZEM MAT SANI

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - AN OLD wooden stilt house in Kg Pintu Malim collapsed several days ago raising concern among the villagers.

“The stilt house, built partly on land and water, slowly began to collapse into the water on Friday night,” said nearby resident Dayangku Hjh Joyah Pg Buntar.
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