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· August, 2006

Stories about Brunei from August, 2006

Brunei: Stray Dogs

The blogger at Our Local Style looks at the problem of stray dogs in Brunei and suggest a solution. “It’s also unfair to punish the animals for what I perceive...

Dog attack opens up a can of worms

    AN EIGHT-YEAR-OLD boy, mauled by a pack of stray dogs, told of the attack in an exclusive interview yesterday and demanded that strays be cleared off the streets....

Brunei Times's take on blogging in Brunei

- The Brunei Times (22nd August, 2006) Some very lucky bloggers got a mention in the new English newspaper, The Brunei Times, in an article written by Amirul Azuan. The...

Brunei: History of Oil Exploration

The blogger at The Daily Brunei Resources discusses a book on oil exploration in Brunei. Oil and natural gas production contribute to almost half of Brunei's GDP.

Brunei: The Healing Well

The blogger at Daily Brunei Resources relates the legend of a well called Telaga Raden Bisa. The water from this well is supposed to have healing properties

Brunei: Digital Divide

The blogger at Our Local Style looks at the digital divide in South East Asia.

Sexism gone corporate

I do think there is an ‘unofficial’ glass ceiling for female officers. The whole upper echelon of Brunei society is dominated by males. Could it be that since it is...

Brunei: Wreck Dives in Brunei

The blogger at Brunei Resources introduces some ship wrecks popular with divers in Brunei.

International Military Tattoo 2006

By now, most of us living in Brunei has seen the International Military Tattoo 2006 either live from the Stadium Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah or on national tv station RTB....

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