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Written by Rano Iskandar. Posted in RA News

Recap: Walk Run Cycle costumes Part II

The winner of the “Best Costume” for individual category

Opportunities for school leavers in ICT

The E-Government National Centre, Prime Minister’s Office, introduced a new program for the Youth Development Program and the objective is to provide an alternative education platform especially those who didn’t performed well in their “O” levels (from 0 to 3 “Os”) and they will have this privilege to be part of the ICT Program and this can provide future opportunities in terms of employment in the private sector.

It will be a 3 month training after the applicants successfully pass the selection process and there will be an orientation program to make familiar with their classmates and the program. However, only 30 applicants will be selected in the first batch accordind to the representatives of E-GNC.

There will be allowances provided as well of $150 to the students and they will be trained at TechOne Global at Knowledge Hub, Anggrek Desa where they have local professional and certified trainers. The students will not only learn the basic field of IT but also other values such as MIB, costumer service, public speaking and so on.

The online registration will open on the 2nd June until 12th June or you can visit the various roadshows for more info.

Grand Bowling Atrium, Seria
2nd June 2012 9am to 9pm
3rd June 2012 9am to 7pm

Second Floor, The Mall, Gadong
9th June 2012 & 10th June 2012
9am to 9pm

Petani Mall, Tutong
11th June 2012 9am to 7pm

Complex Utama Bumiputra, Temburong
12th June 2012 9am to 3:15pm

Dk Syaza Nabilah bte Hj Haris, System Analyst, E-GNC, Dk Mashirrynaty bte Pg Hj Matahir, System Analyst, E-GNC and Hj Kamarul Azam bin Hj Muhammad, Head of Corporate Division, E-GNC at the press briefing yesterday

The process of the successful applicants for the Youth ICT program conducted by E-GNC

Check you their webpage for more info. Click image to find out more.

Wanna be creative?

Today 28 May 2012 at 12:30, the Australian High Commission will host a panel discussion on building Creative Cities at Bridex. This event will be held in conjunction with the National Policy Forum on Creative Industries, which will also be at Bridex from 28 to 30 May.

In 2011, the Australian High Commission sponsored a visit to Brunei by Professor Phil Graham, a Creative Industries specialist from Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Phil Graham’s visit helped to create strong interest in the concept of creative industries in Brunei. According to Australian High Commissioner, Mark Sawers, ‘the response to the QUT visit in 2010 was brilliant. Bruneians with an interest in these industries have been very dynamic since that time. For example, UBD created a Creative Industries Cluster and policy makers started to focus on this new opportunity for the economic diversification of Brunei.’

An important milestone in this effort is the Ministry of Culture Youth and Sports (MCYS) organising the National Policy Forum on Creative Industries, and again, the Australian High Commission, in collaboration with iBudaya, Austrade and MCYS, wants to share Australian experience with Bruneian professionals. According to Sawers ‘The Forum is a great way to take all this activity forward in a cooperative and coordinated way and the Australian High Commission again wants to help inspire Bruneians through the Australian experience.’

During the Panel discussion five Australian speakers will present the theme of “Creative industries in creative cities: the Australian experience”. David Throsby Professor in the Department of Economics at Macquarie University and play-write will talk about “Culture in sustainable development’, Marek Kozlowski, Urban Designer, Urban Researcher and Lecturer will present the “Creative Industries in South-east Queensland: The role of urban planning and design”, then Greg Hearn, Research Professor in the Creative Industries Faculty at QUT and Program Leader Creative Workforce at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative industries and Innovation will focus on “The example of the Kelvin Grove urban village in Brisbane’. Finally, Sasha Lennon, Principal with SGS Economics and Planning will discuss “Creative Industries and the importance of place for prosperity” and this will be followed by an open discussion.

Professional and interested people can join the panel discussion and have some casual lunch from 12:30 on Monday 28 May at Syndicate Room 5 of BRIDEX. It is free of charge and open to creative practitioners, architects, creative entrepreneurs, policy makers, venue managers, sponsors, education professionals, students and all interested members of the public.

KFC Gadong Central

19th May 2012 marks KFC’s official opening of their Gadong Central outlet. This is the 13th KFC outlet in Brunei. To officiate their event, 4 KFC customers were invited for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Customers were then invited inside where they were greeted by guling tangan performances. KFC’s mascots were also present to grace the event. First 130 customers get a KFC 20th Anniversary Calendar free for any purchases. Customers that spends B$20 and above in a single receipt can also get some Luminarc plates for free.

It is KFC’s tradition to invite customers for their ribbon cutting ceremony as they owe their success to them. There are few more outlets coming out this year, among them a Driv Thru. What makes outlet number 13th special is that it is below their Head Office and currently, it also have the biggest Colonel Sanders signage in Brunei.

Gadong Central itself is a center of activities supplementing customers of varying background to KFC Gadong Central. Besides offering a wide menu such as KFC a.m. breakfast and Krushers to name a few, Gadong Central will also be the first KFC outlet in Brunei where customers can enjoy watching their favourite Astro Channels. Business hours are from 7am until 11pm daily.

The latest KFC outlet at Gadong Central

The boys from Brunei Press having a good laugh at KFC Gadong Central

BIG fans of Upin and Ipin are in for a treat; KFC Brunei is offering figurines of the popular twins for a limited time only.

Four figures are available, each with its own unique design, and will be available to customers on a weekly basis.

The first to be made available is the Playful Upin figurine, which is available now; the second figurine is the Happy Ipin, which will be available starting May 24; the Defender Upin will be available from June 3; and the last figurine; Striker Ipin will be available from June 12.

The Upin and Ipin figurines will come for free with any Chicky combo meal priced at $6 for Chicky Club members and $6.50 for non members. Chicky club members can also purchase the figurines with any other chicken product purchase for only $3, whereas for non-members they are available at $3.50.

Collect these limited edition Upin and Ipin figurines

Check out their Family Special deal and save 40%

Recap: Chelsea fans celebrate Cup double

Chelsea fans making a pitstop during the NBT Car-toon Hunt to celebrate Chelsea’s success in Europe

Pg Hj Matusin Pg Hj Matasan (right) is one hardcore Chelsea fan. “I have waited 42 long, long years for this moment.. As in all things, patience and perseverance and faith in supporting your team through thick and thin, will be rewarded.”

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