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Health centre to provide oral care services

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BY JULIUS HONG

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE new Berakas Health Centre will be taking over Sungai Hanching Health Clinic’s Primary Oral Care Services effective May 16, according to a statement from the Ministry of Health.

The new health centre located at Jalan 10 Selatan, Rancangan Perumahan Lambak Kanan, will also be providing oral health programmes such as antenatal programme and toddlers, fluoride varnish and rolling toothpaste programme (TFRTP) which target expectant and post-natal mothers, as well as guardians of children under the age of five.
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Country’s largest health centre to start operations soon

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The newly-built Berakas Health Centre at Jalan 10, Rancangan Perumahan Lambak Kanan. The centre will be using an appointment system where members of the public will be able to book a time slot prior to their visit. Visitors are advised to register 30 minutes prior to their appointment. Picture: BT/Yusri Adanan



BY JULIUS HONG

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - TWO health centres and two health clinics will be permanently closed and absorbed by the newly completed Berakas Health Centre, the country’s largest health centre set to start operations on Monday.

This was said yesterday by Dr Hjh Maslina Hj Mohsin, Deputy Permanent Secretary (Professional) at Ministry of Health during a press conference held at the Ministry of Health.
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Woman attempts to jump off first floor of RIPAS Hospital laboratory section


An officer persuades the woman, who sits on a ledge on the first floor of a building at RIPAS Hospital, attempting to jump off during the incident as people look on yesterday. Picture: Courtesy of a BT reader



BY DARREN CHIN

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - A WOMAN attempted to jump off the first floor of the laboratory section at the Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha (RIPAS) Hospital yesterday afternoon.

In a statement, the ministry said that the incident took place around 2pm yesterday when hospital staff found the woman sitting on the ledge outside a window while talking and screaming.
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National Geographic documentary filming in Brunei ends


Paul Reddish (R), Free Spirits Production series producer shooting pitcher plants. Courtesy of Sakam Enterpise




BY JULIUS HONG

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - TWO filmmakers for a National Geographic documentary on Southeast Asian Wildlife finished shooting in Brunei yesterday.

Paul Reddish, a series producer from Free Spirit Films, and Dr Paul D Stewart, a freelance cinematographer and zoologist, have spent three weeks filming the different species of wildlife in the sultanate.
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