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Elephant keeper fined $1,000 for gambling

2011-04-03 - Jerudong, Brunei Darussalam

A 49-year-old foreigner who works as an elephant keeper in Brunei Darussalam was slapped with a $1,000 fine by the Bandar Seri Begawan Magistrate´s Court for gambling at a house in Kg Jerudong last week. The court was told that the defedant, Sahit Wongsa, was caught gaming with a few other people at a house in Kg Jerudong on March 26, 2011, at about 11.35pm by anti-vice police personnel during a raid.



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New bundles of joy at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park: the birth of a Borneo Pygmy elephant

2008-02-04 - Kota Kinabalu, Brunei Darussalam

It was a busy week at the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park with the birth of a Proboscis monkey and a Borneo Pygmy elephant. The monkey was born on Wednesday and the elephant on Friday. The two births were also a milestone for the park as it was the first time in the world that a pygmy elephant had been born in captivity and the second time for a Proboscis monkey. Both newborns are in good health with staff keeping an eye on them round the clock for the next two weeks.



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Saba Douglas-Hamilton

The "elephant woman" Saba Douglas-Hamilton has come out of Africa to discover Borneo

2006-11-05 - Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam

Thirty-six-year-old Saba Douglas-Hamilton, BBCs famous Holiday Programme presenter and daughter to elephant expert Iain Douglas-Hamilton, is said to have had a "whale" of a time while in the Sultanate although she did not find any elephants here. Saba Douglas-Hamilton was introduced to her first elephant when she was six weeks old, and thinks of elephants as part of the extended family. She is to feature Brunei in BBCs longest running travel holiday programme which is expected to give a big boos...



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2011-04-03-Jerudong
Elephant keeper fined $1,000 for gambling
2008-02-04-Kota kinabalu
New bundles of joy at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park: the birth of a Borneo Pygmy elephant
2006-11-05-Bandar seri begawan
The "elephant woman" Saba Douglas-Hamilton has come out of Africa to discover Borneo