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Still in 1st gear

Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

Is this for real?

I found this on Hanisham’s Facebook album. I wonder what happened next.

A must try

This is the first time I’ve seen a Kuey Teaw + Ayam Penyet dish and this was made possible at Lau Di Fang Restaurant located at Gadong Central. Try this dish out and there’s quite a good traffic too. Says a lot about that place. Call 242 7217

Red Bull Monkey Run

There were 800 entries in the recent Red Bull Monkey Run during the consumer fair and no, I didn’t get the opportunity to try it out but this looks quite fun indeed. The winners of the university category will earn the chance to represent Brunei in the regional finals in July in Penang, Malaysia. The ones with the fastest times in each respective categories will also bagged top cash prizes ranging from $800 to $1,500. Images courtesy of Aziz Idris of Borneo Bulletin.

Male Open category winners:

1. Thal’at $1,500
2. Nazirul Mubin $800
3. Saifullah $600
4. Roy Usmeirman $400

Female Open category winners:

1. Afirah $1,000
2. Sabaria $500
3. Karimini $300
4. Yen $200

Male University/College category winner:

Hasnal Husna $1,000
Female University/College category winner:

Ummi $1,000
Lucky prize of tour package for two to Penang:

Julremi Hj Zaini

The final hours of the Red Bull Monkey Run.. Great turn out from the public

Perhaps the easist obstacle of the lot

Now this can be painful if not done properly *lol*

Winner of Male Open Category – Thal’at

Winner of Male University/College category – Hasnal Husna

Winner of Female Open category – Afirah

Winner of Female University/College category – Ummi

Winner of Female University/College category – Ummi

Rapala Lures Clinic last Sunday

Director of Deepblue Fishing Store in Brunei commented on the decreasing fish population in the country’s fishing spots as a result of pollution.

In an interview with the director, who preferred to be known as “Ken” during the first “Rapala Lures Clinic” held at Riverview Hotel Poolside yesterday said that fishing in the country is viewed as more of a past time for enthusiasts rather than a sport. “It’s quite worrying because it’s quite visible that when people go out and fish, there is less to catch due to pollution,” said Ken. He said there has been an increase in fishing enthusiasts in Brunei and that it would be a shame to see an outdoor hobby such as fishing be a disappointment for interested people if they find out that there is not much to catch in the country.

Manager of Singapore-based Rapala Asia Pacific, Fred Goh, at the first Rapala Lures Clinic yesterday. Image courtesy of Wardi Buntar of The Brunei Times.

“One of the suspecting things to me is pollution like battery acid being thrown away in the Brunei rivers, when the water is already polluted at the upstream area then when people want to fish downstream, there is just no point,” said the director. He said that nowadays people would have to travel deeper down the river just to fish and sometimes it could “pose a risk” for them because it would usually be away from civilisation. “One example for people to upset the fish cycle is through the ecosystem. If we tear down the mangrove trees, the fish are dependent on the roots because that is where they lay eggs to hide away from their predators,” said Ken.

The director added that it is a postive thing that Brunei has started to be conscious in taking care of natural reserves or the imbalance in the ecosystem would just spoil Brunei’s fishing hobby.

“Fishing is seen as a growing hobby in the country and we hope to continue this trend in the future,” said the director. Text courtesy of Wardi Buntar of The Brunei Times.



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