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One of the objectives of the popular Consumer Fair series of expos is to create valuable networking opportunities for all participants towards forming and developing mutually rewarding business alliances. The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA) of the Ministry of Agriculture & Agro-Based Industry Malaysia is making full use of the 15th Consumer Fair yesterday at [...]

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One of the objectives of the popular Consumer Fair series of expos is to create valuable networking opportunities for all participants towards forming and developing mutually rewarding business alliances.

The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA) of the Ministry of Agriculture & Agro-Based Industry Malaysia is making full use of the 15th Consumer Fair yesterday at the International Convention Centre in Berakas to join forces with distributors in Brunei Darussalam.

Those in attendances include representatives from local distributors such as Kingston Beverage and Creamery Sdn Bhd, , Syarikat Aliaa Sdn Bhd and OKK HN trading Company just to name a few.

Presenting their products were members of FAMA the likes of Muslim Kitchen Sdn Bhd, Fatihah Frozen Food Sdn Bhd and many more. During the session those in attendance were given a demo and more information of the potential products which they can introduce and offer to the local market.

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FAMA was formed on 30 September 1965 to monitor, control and develop product marketing of Malaysian agriculture, including import and export. Agricultural products under FAMA services’ field are vegetables, fruits, grains and herbal products, livestock and agriculture.

During the course of the 15th Consumer Fair Products members of the public can also check out the varieties of products offered by vendors under the umbrella of FAMA offered at an exclusive price all of which can be found in the Blue Zone.

The 15th Consumer Fair is at its third day today and will be open for everyone to visit till the Sunday, 1st February 2015.

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One of the objectives of the popular Consumer Fair series of expos is to create valuable networking opportunities for all participants towards forming and developing mutually rewarding business alliances.

The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA) of the Ministry of Agriculture & Agro-Based Industry Malaysia is making full use of the 15th Consumer Fair yesterday at the International Convention Centre in Berakas to join forces with distributors in Brunei Darussalam.

Those in attendances include representatives from local distributors such as Kingston Beverage and Creamery Sdn Bhd, , Syarikat Aliaa Sdn Bhd and OKK HN trading Company just to name a few.

Presenting their products were members of FAMA the likes of Muslim Kitchen Sdn Bhd, Fatihah Frozen Food Sdn Bhd and many more. During the session those in attendance were given a demo and more information of the potential products which they can introduce and offer to the local market.

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FAMA was formed on 30 September 1965 to monitor, control and develop product marketing of Malaysian agriculture, including import and export. Agricultural products under FAMA services’ field are vegetables, fruits, grains and herbal products, livestock and agriculture.

During the course of the 15th Consumer Fair Products members of the public can also check out the varieties of products offered by vendors under the umbrella of FAMA offered at an exclusive price all of which can be found in the Blue Zone.

The 15th Consumer Fair is at its third day today and will be open for everyone to visit till the Sunday, 1st February 2015.

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Despite the sudden downpour, the capital was abuzz with excitement yesterday as thousands of people gathered to celebrate His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam‘s 67th birthday in the Brunei-Muara District. The crowds stood unabated in a line, stretching from Taman Sir Muda Hj Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien (SOAS) to Lapau, when brief [...]

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Despite the sudden downpour, the capital was abuzz with excitement yesterday as thousands of people gathered to celebrate His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam‘s 67th birthday in the Brunei-Muara District.

The crowds stood unabated in a line, stretching from Taman Sir Muda Hj Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien (SOAS) to Lapau, when brief rainfall and gusty winds occurred following a colourful stage performance of music and dance.

His Majesty, joined by other members of the royal family, were unfazed by the weather as they mingled with the public during an ensuing meet-and-greet session at the event. For several hours, the monarch shook the hand of every man, woman, elder and child.

His Majesty arrived in the morning to a cheerful assembly of school children waving the national flag and the glittering bunga manggar.

The monarch was accompanied by His Royal Highness Prince Haji ‘Abdul ‘Azim, His Royal Highness Prince ‘Abdul Malik, His Royal Highness Prince Haji Sufri Bolkiah and His Royal Highness Prince Haji Jefri Bolkiah.

Three loud cheers of “Daulat Kebawah Duli Tuan Patik” (Long Live His Majesty) after the national anthem marked the start of the auspicious occasion.

Brunei-Muara District Officer Hj Jamain Momin, then delivered a welcoming speech, expressing gratitude for the presence of His Majesty and members of the royal family at the annual event.

As overcast began to loom, the celebration continued with the Borneo Cup Tug-of-War final and Brunei-Muara district’s special performance.

His Majesty presented trophies and prizes to the Borneo Cup Tug-of-War teams with Brunei coming in first place, followed by runner-ups Labuan, Sabah and Sarawak. Before retiring for a santap (banquet), the Monarch and Royal Family met the public.

Various gifts of all shapes and sizes were presented to His Majesty during the meet-and-greet session, including a number of grand cakes and framed pictures.

His Majesty’s 67th birthday celebration this year was postponed from July to observe the month of Ramadhan.

The Brunei Times

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Despite the sudden downpour, the capital was abuzz with excitement yesterday as thousands of people gathered to celebrate His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam‘s 67th birthday in the Brunei-Muara District.

The crowds stood unabated in a line, stretching from Taman Sir Muda Hj Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien (SOAS) to Lapau, when brief rainfall and gusty winds occurred following a colourful stage performance of music and dance.

His Majesty, joined by other members of the royal family, were unfazed by the weather as they mingled with the public during an ensuing meet-and-greet session at the event. For several hours, the monarch shook the hand of every man, woman, elder and child.

His Majesty arrived in the morning to a cheerful assembly of school children waving the national flag and the glittering bunga manggar.

The monarch was accompanied by His Royal Highness Prince Haji ‘Abdul ‘Azim, His Royal Highness Prince ‘Abdul Malik, His Royal Highness Prince Haji Sufri Bolkiah and His Royal Highness Prince Haji Jefri Bolkiah.

Three loud cheers of “Daulat Kebawah Duli Tuan Patik” (Long Live His Majesty) after the national anthem marked the start of the auspicious occasion.

Brunei-Muara District Officer Hj Jamain Momin, then delivered a welcoming speech, expressing gratitude for the presence of His Majesty and members of the royal family at the annual event.

As overcast began to loom, the celebration continued with the Borneo Cup Tug-of-War final and Brunei-Muara district’s special performance.

His Majesty presented trophies and prizes to the Borneo Cup Tug-of-War teams with Brunei coming in first place, followed by runner-ups Labuan, Sabah and Sarawak. Before retiring for a santap (banquet), the Monarch and Royal Family met the public.

Various gifts of all shapes and sizes were presented to His Majesty during the meet-and-greet session, including a number of grand cakes and framed pictures.

His Majesty’s 67th birthday celebration this year was postponed from July to observe the month of Ramadhan.

The Brunei Times

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The Business School officially launched the SP Carnival 2013 yesterday morning, a two-day event featuring a number of stalls and activities held on the school’s premises as part of the school’s Business Project. Approximately 90 booths are set up for the carnival; among the features and activities present are food stalls, a reptile house, a [...]

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The Business School officially launched the SP Carnival 2013 yesterday morning, a two-day event featuring a number of stalls and activities held on the school’s premises as part of the school’s Business Project.

Approximately 90 booths are set up for the carnival; among the features and activities present are food stalls, a reptile house, a treasure hunt, “ION’s Got Talent” contest, mini games and many more.

The carnival officially began yesterday with the recitation of a doa selamat, followed by an opening speech from the Acting Principal of the Business School, Hj Abd Ishak Hj Idris. In his speech, Hj Abd Ishak said, “It is hoped that the Business Project will open the minds of students to dive into the business world and see it as a field that should be explored.”

Present at the event as the guest of honour and also to launch the carnival was the Director of the Technical Education Department, Hj Mohd Sharifuddin Hj Mohd Salleh.

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The SP Carnival 2013 is organised by Year Two students of the BDTVEC National Diploma in Business and Finance and BDTVEC National Diploma in Secretarial Studies, under the guidance and supervision of the tutors from the school.

A total of 14 groups from Year Two (final year) students, 41 groups from Year One Diploma students, and 10 groups from both Skill Certificate 2 and 3 programmes are participating in the carnival. The organising committee also invited six local entrepreneurs from the Kampung Rimba Consultative Council to be a part of the carnival.

The main objective of the project is to give the students exposure and real experience in the business world, exposing them to multiple aspects of running a business marketing, finance, operations and management. It also aims to develop the students’ knowledge and ability on managing a real business on a small scale.

“We had a good experience organising this event. We’ve had our ups and downs but it is worth it,” said President of the SP Carnival 2013, Pg Md Hassanal Pg Md Jaffri.

“I hope that everyone gains the proper knowledge and experience through the project.”

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The Business Project is an essential part of the final year of the National Diploma programme of the Business School. The project has three main activities: Business Launching, Conducting Real Business and Social Responsibility activity.

Two per cent of each booth’s sales will be donated to the Children Cancer Unit in RIPAS Hospital and wakaf to mosques in the Brunei-Muara District.

The Brunei Times

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The Business School officially launched the SP Carnival 2013 yesterday morning, a two-day event featuring a number of stalls and activities held on the school’s premises as part of the school’s Business Project.

Approximately 90 booths are set up for the carnival; among the features and activities present are food stalls, a reptile house, a treasure hunt, “ION’s Got Talent” contest, mini games and many more.

The carnival officially began yesterday with the recitation of a doa selamat, followed by an opening speech from the Acting Principal of the Business School, Hj Abd Ishak Hj Idris. In his speech, Hj Abd Ishak said, “It is hoped that the Business Project will open the minds of students to dive into the business world and see it as a field that should be explored.”

Present at the event as the guest of honour and also to launch the carnival was the Director of the Technical Education Department, Hj Mohd Sharifuddin Hj Mohd Salleh.

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The SP Carnival 2013 is organised by Year Two students of the BDTVEC National Diploma in Business and Finance and BDTVEC National Diploma in Secretarial Studies, under the guidance and supervision of the tutors from the school.

A total of 14 groups from Year Two (final year) students, 41 groups from Year One Diploma students, and 10 groups from both Skill Certificate 2 and 3 programmes are participating in the carnival. The organising committee also invited six local entrepreneurs from the Kampung Rimba Consultative Council to be a part of the carnival.

The main objective of the project is to give the students exposure and real experience in the business world, exposing them to multiple aspects of running a business marketing, finance, operations and management. It also aims to develop the students’ knowledge and ability on managing a real business on a small scale.

“We had a good experience organising this event. We’ve had our ups and downs but it is worth it,” said President of the SP Carnival 2013, Pg Md Hassanal Pg Md Jaffri.

“I hope that everyone gains the proper knowledge and experience through the project.”

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The Business Project is an essential part of the final year of the National Diploma programme of the Business School. The project has three main activities: Business Launching, Conducting Real Business and Social Responsibility activity.

Two per cent of each booth’s sales will be donated to the Children Cancer Unit in RIPAS Hospital and wakaf to mosques in the Brunei-Muara District.

The Brunei Times

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Featuring 25 participating companies and government agencies, the Road Safety Fair 2012 is hailed as the biggest road safety event of the year in the Brunei-Muara District started today. With this year’s theme of “Drive Smart. Drive Safe”, organisers are combining their efforts to maintain and strengthen road safety to curb road traffic accidents in [...]

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Featuring 25 participating companies and government agencies, the Road Safety Fair 2012 is hailed as the biggest road safety event of the year in the Brunei-Muara District started today.

With this year’s theme of “Drive Smart. Drive Safe”, organisers are combining their efforts to maintain and strengthen road safety to curb road traffic accidents in the country, and are welcoming all Bruneian road users to visit the mega fair and learn how to improve their safety on the roads and potentially save lives.

The launch of the Road Safety Fair 2012 was officated by Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Kerna Dato Seri Setia (Dr) Hj Awg Abu Bakar bin Hj Apong, Minister of Education and Hj Salleh Bostaman bin Hj Zainal Abidin, the Acting Managing Director of Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd (BSP).

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Among the many exciting exhibits awaiting visitors this weekend are the Photobooth, “Seeing Is Believing” booth, Road Games, Proper Way of Tyre Changing, Fatal Vision, the Seat Belt Convincer, Spot The Hazard, The Dark Room, `Spin The Wheel’ and the Games Area.

Another major attraction at the road safety carnival will be Brunei’s very own energy-efficient vehicles – designed, built and driven by local students – which competed against more then 100 teams from 12 countries in the recent Shell Eco-marathon Asia held at Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur earlier this year.

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The Shell Eco-marathon is an all-student competition to design and build a fuel efficient vehicle using the least amount of fuel to travel the furthest distance.

Visitors will also be entertained with tonnes of fun and educational activities including the Road Safety Questionnaire, Children’s Road Safety Colouring event, as well as the attractive lucky draws held throughout the weekend.

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The 25 organisations featured in this year’s Road Safety Fair include government agencies such as the Brunei National Road Safety Council, the Royal Brunei Police Force, the Fire and Rescue Department, and the Public Works Department ( JKR). There are also local companies participating such as RTC, Astrata, Megalift, Baker Hughes, Megamas, Champion Technologies, Halliburton, NBT, GHK Motors, Setia Motors, TCY Motors and Tyremart.

The public can follow the Road Safety Fair on Twitter @RoadSafetyFair.

The Road Safety Fair 2012 is a joint effort to further support the nation’s efforts in attaining the goals of the United Nations’ Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, following the launch of the BSJV Road Safety 2012 which was graced by Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Masna, Patron of the Brunei National Road Safety Council, in June this year, in Seria.

–Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin

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Featuring 25 participating companies and government agencies, the Road Safety Fair 2012 is hailed as the biggest road safety event of the year in the Brunei-Muara District started today.

With this year’s theme of “Drive Smart. Drive Safe”, organisers are combining their efforts to maintain and strengthen road safety to curb road traffic accidents in the country, and are welcoming all Bruneian road users to visit the mega fair and learn how to improve their safety on the roads and potentially save lives.

The launch of the Road Safety Fair 2012 was officated by Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Kerna Dato Seri Setia (Dr) Hj Awg Abu Bakar bin Hj Apong, Minister of Education and Hj Salleh Bostaman bin Hj Zainal Abidin, the Acting Managing Director of Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd (BSP).

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Among the many exciting exhibits awaiting visitors this weekend are the Photobooth, “Seeing Is Believing” booth, Road Games, Proper Way of Tyre Changing, Fatal Vision, the Seat Belt Convincer, Spot The Hazard, The Dark Room, `Spin The Wheel’ and the Games Area.

Another major attraction at the road safety carnival will be Brunei’s very own energy-efficient vehicles – designed, built and driven by local students – which competed against more then 100 teams from 12 countries in the recent Shell Eco-marathon Asia held at Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur earlier this year.

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The Shell Eco-marathon is an all-student competition to design and build a fuel efficient vehicle using the least amount of fuel to travel the furthest distance.

Visitors will also be entertained with tonnes of fun and educational activities including the Road Safety Questionnaire, Children’s Road Safety Colouring event, as well as the attractive lucky draws held throughout the weekend.

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The 25 organisations featured in this year’s Road Safety Fair include government agencies such as the Brunei National Road Safety Council, the Royal Brunei Police Force, the Fire and Rescue Department, and the Public Works Department ( JKR). There are also local companies participating such as RTC, Astrata, Megalift, Baker Hughes, Megamas, Champion Technologies, Halliburton, NBT, GHK Motors, Setia Motors, TCY Motors and Tyremart.

The public can follow the Road Safety Fair on Twitter @RoadSafetyFair.

The Road Safety Fair 2012 is a joint effort to further support the nation’s efforts in attaining the goals of the United Nations’ Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, following the launch of the BSJV Road Safety 2012 which was graced by Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Masna, Patron of the Brunei National Road Safety Council, in June this year, in Seria.

–Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin

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