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Tutong District possible home to wildlife sanctuary

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Mar 19, 2014: The protection of flora and fauna wildlife is expected to take a positive turn with the establishment of a wildlife sanctuary, said Industry and Primary Resources minister yesterday. He also revealed that an enforcement officer position within the Wildlife Division has been created. While it has yet to be confirmed when the establishment of the wildlife sanctuary would tak ...

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Lamunin sees tourism as potential OVOP offering

TUTONG, Feb 3: Kg Lamunin looks to introduce more recreational activities to lure more tourists, local and foreign, to enjoy the lush nature in the village next year. Village head Major (Rtd) Said Hj Tinggal said they saw the market potential in activities such as jungle trekking and camping in the Tutong forests, citing the Bintudoh forest as a prime example. “We have identified Bintudoh forest as having t ...

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Most roads in flood-hit Tutong areas now accessible

TUTONG, Jan 30: Most roads in the flood-hit areas of Tutong are now accessible to the public with floodwaters beginning to decrease. Floodwater levels of below 0.4 metres were recorded on nearly 90 per cent of the affected roads in the district yesterday. The depth of floods on Jalan Kg Benutan, Jalan Kecil Layong and Jalan Bengkuru measured between 0.5 and 0.7 metres. Meanwhile, 11 other roads have since d ...

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Floodwater in Tutong no longer labelled dangerous

TUTONG, Jan 29: Floodwater levels in Tutong District are no longer classified as dangerous, but residents were advised to exercise caution at all times by the acting commanding officer at Tutong District ‘E’ Command yesterday. Assistant Superintendent of Fire and Rescue (ASFR) Mohammad Shazwan Suhanie told The Brunei Times that floodwater levels had dropped as rainfall decreased over the last few days. “Bas ...

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Inspection, grading of Tutong restaurants & stalls

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM, Nov 20:  Some 31 restaurants and other establishments recently came under the scrutiny of inspectors from the Tutong Municipal Department for grading purposes. Joining forces were members of the Health Services Department, Tutong, Fire and Rescue Department, Tutong, Operation E, Environment Parks and Recreation Department (JASTRe), as well as representatives from the private sector. Befor ...

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