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‘The Brunei Times’ closes down after 10 years

PETALING JAYA: After 10 years in the print business, The Brunei Times ceased publication yesterday, leaving its 130 staff without a job.

Brunei Times closes down on Monday

PETALING JAYA: Brunei's second largest English-language newspaper, The Brunei Times, ceased publication on Monday after 10 years in business.

Sarawak against shorter operating hours at Brunei-border checkpoints

MIRI: Sarawak wants the operating hours at four Sarawak-Brunei checkpoints which were extended from 6am to midnight daily, since Sept 1, 2015, to be maintained.

Ministry: Brunei still free of Zika virus

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: The ministry of health (MoH) yesterday dismissed rumours of a viral message claiming that Brunei has recorded its first Zika virus case.

15-foot croc caught in Brunei

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Local villagers at Kg Birau, Tutong brought in a ‘big catch’ yesterday as a 15-foot long crocodile was found in one of the traps they set-up for the animal at Sg Birau in Kg Lamunin.

Bruneians now prefer Asian universities

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: More Bruneian students are opting for universities in Asia as they are becoming more realistic in their expectations on furthering their studies.

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Nations to step up haze fight

JAKARTA: Five Asean countries, including Brunei, agreed to remain vigilant and step up their efforts to minimise any possible occurrence of transboundary smoke haze from land and forest fires in anticipation of the extended drier weather in the coming months.

Brunei withdraw from hosting 2019 SEA Games

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Brunei have pulled out of hosting the 2019 Southeast Asian Games after failing to get government backing with Philippines showing interest in stepping in to replace them, local media reported on Friday.

Derided in England, Asia Kean for former Blackburn boss

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A figure of fun during a painful spell with Blackburn Rovers, Steve Kean has rebounded to become a respected, man in demand having steered Brunei DPMM to the top of the S.League in Singapore.