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Bruneian flavours at Seasons

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The traditional Bruneian desserts table at the Kenali Makanan Kitani buffet at Seasons restaurant. Picture: BT/Azmi Zainal




BY AZMI ZAINAL

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - SAVOUR the taste of traditional Bruneian cuisine with Seasons restaurant’s latest themed buffet —Kenali Makanan Kitani.

The buffet features a wide range of traditional and authentic Bruneian delicacies such as the must-try ambuyat with condiments, soto Brunei and sup tulang sapi.

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Executive lunch set promotion

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The Executive Lunch set by Horizons Seafood Restaurant consists of a main dish, soup and vegetables of the day with steamed rice and a dessert of your choice. Picture: Courtesy of RBC



BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - LUNCH with a view and a deal to boot with Horizons Seafood Restaurant’s latest promotion.

The restaurant under the Royal Brunei Catering Sdn Bhd (RBC) that is located at the waterfront is offering its Executive Lunch set priced at $18 per person.
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There’s no Zika virus infection in Brunei: MoH

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File photo shows an Aedes aegypti mosquito, known to carry the Zika virus, is photographed through a microscope at the Fiocruz institute in Recife, Pernambuco state, Brazil. Picture: AP



BY IZZATI JALIL

THE Ministry of Health (MoH) yesterday dismissed rumours of a viral message claiming that Brunei has recorded its first Zika virus case.

MoH said a message circulating on mobile messaging platform WhatsApp stated that the virus has claimed its first victim in the sultanate, and that it was deliberately kept a secret from the public.
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6 youths spend time to get to know elders at Seria Old Folk’s Home

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A UBD student (2nd R) helping senior citizens Seria's Old Folks Home play a cup stacking game yesterday as part of an MBB project to observe International Day of Older Persons. Picture: BT/Aaron Wong



BY AARON WONG

BELAIT - THE Brunei Youth Council (MBB) yesterday donated essential living supplies to senior citizens living at Seria's Old Folks Home and spent the day bonding with them to mark International Day of Older Persons (IDOP).

Led by Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) student Afifah Abd Latif, the group of six youths began collecting donations several weeks ago for their visit through MBB, drawing a positive response which allowed them to hand over a set of supplies for each of the ten elderly residents.
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Brunei marks 23rd Civil Service Day today

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - BRUNEI Darussalam marks its 23rd Civil Service Day today, with the past year seeing many new developments towards improving the quality and efficiency of the government workforce.

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has introduced the Public Sector Performance Grading Programme (3PSA) as a way to measure the effectiveness of government agencies, awarding star ratings based on each agency’s performance.
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