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Standard Chartered winners receive gadgets

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(From Left) Mohd Israt Amiruddin Hj Abdul Ghani (representative), Standard Chartered’s Head of Retail Products and Segments Anant Singh, Datin Qalsum-Shah (representative) and Client Relationship Manager Selmizah Selamat at yesterday’s prize presentation. Picture: Courtesy of Standard Chartered



BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - STANDARD Chartered Bank (Standard Chartered) yesterday rewarded three lucky customers of its final monthly draw, which is part of the bank’s biggest campaign of the year, the Mid Year Lucky Draw promotion.

John Lush, Md Hasnan Hj Harith, Dr Hjh Yasmin Jamil won an Apple TV 4th Gen, Apple iPad Mini 4 and an Apple iPhone SE respectively.
Read more: Standard Chartered winners receive gadgets

Local talents take stage with Pockworld

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Abdul Zainidi (R) and other local talents who were involved in the play Pockworld staged at The Collective’s Makerspace in Batu Bersurat recently. Picture: Courtesy of Street Candid Brunei




BY BILLAH HASAN

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - IT WAS a night of laughter and awe at The Collective’s Makerspace in Batu Bersurat recently as the audience was entertained by a group of young Bruneian talents who staged a play.

Entitled Pockworld, the play was written and directed by local filmmaker Abdul Zainidi and was based on characters in an imaginary world but within a Bruneian context.
Read more: Local talents take stage with Pockworld


Car-free Sundays in BSB starting October 2




BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE government will implement an unprecedented “car-free day” every Sunday starting next month.

In a press statement, the Municipal Department said roads in Bandar Seri Begawan will be closed from 6am to 10am every Sunday to allow small vendors to do business, reduce carbon footprint and encourage healthy living.
Read more: Car-free Sundays in BSB starting October 2

New licence for foreign worker recruitment introduced




BY KOO JIN SHEN

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has discontinued the use of the foreign work labour quota in place of a streamlined foreign work licence.

The new foreign work licence will have an approval process based on pre-determined ratio of local to foreign workers, the Ministry said.
Read more: New licence for foreign worker recruitment introduced


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