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Borneo Bulletin, Tuesday 28 February 2017

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Day

Night

TODAY’S

FORECAST

Thundery showers along the near shore in the

early morning may affect coastal areas. Patchy

showers in the afternoon and thundershowers

late night.

WIND

From Northeast or East, 10-25 km/h..

SEA STATE

Moderate, at 1.0-2.0 m.

ADVISORY/

WARNING

Sea state is dangerous for small boat

operation and sea activities.

TODAY

Hi:31

0

C

Lo:25

0

C

WED

Hi:32

0

C

Lo:25

0

C

THU

Hi:31

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Lo:25

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C

THE luxury SUV was created in 1970

when Land Rover launched the

original Range Rover.

Almost half a century later, that

spirit of innovation continues with

the introduction of the fourth

member of the Range Rover family,

which will be unveiled on March 1,

2017, said a press release.

Elegant simplicity, a visually

reductive approach and pioneering

consumer technology are hallmarks

of the new Range Rover Velar.

Land Rover Chief Design Officer,

Gerry McGovern, said, “We call the

Velar the avant garde Range Rover. It

brings a new dimension of glamour,

modernity and elegance to the

brand.

“The Range Rover Velar changes

everything.”

Refined for every occasion, and

for every terrain, Velar uses unique

sustainable materials and advanced

engineering to continue Land Rover’s

drive to go above and beyond.

The origin of the Velar name

(pronounced vel-ar) dates back to

the first Range Rover prototypes of

the 60’s - pioneers of the luxury SUV

landscape.

When development engineers

needed to hide the true identity of

the 26 pre-production Range Rovers,

they chose the name Velar, derived

from the Latin ‘velare’ meaning to

veil or cover.

Full details of the Range Rover

Velar will be announced come

March 1.

Range Rover Velar coming in March

| H

AZIQ

HA |

THREE windsurfers from Brunei Darussalam

recently participated in the City Day Open

Regatta, which was held over two days at the Kota

Kinabalu Yatch Club, Tanjung Aru Beach.

The event was held from February 25 to 26,

2017.

The local windsurfers who represented the

country were from the Brunei Darussalam

National Windsurfing Association (BDNWA).

The Brunei contingents competed in two

categories - namely the Starboard Phantom 295

and Race Board Windsurfing.

In the Starboard Phantom 295 category, Brunei

participant Md Hanafee bin Haji Abdul Latip won

second place.

For the Race Board Windsurfing, BDNWA’s

representatives came in fourth and ninth

place.

During the regatta, the Brunei team also

competed alongside 300 professional windsurfers

from several Malaysian states, including Sabah,

Sarawak, Pahang and Pulau Pinang, as well as

from the Royal Malaysian Navy.

Presenting the prizes to the winners was the

Director General of Kota Kinabalu City Hall, Datuk

Joannes Solidau.

Brunei windsurfers

shine in KK regatta

The Director General of Kota Kinabalu City Hall, Datuk Joannes Solidau, presenting prizes for the

City Day Open Regatta

Brunei participant Md Hanafee bin Haji Abdul Latip smiles after winning

second place in the Starboard Phantom 295 category

PHOTOS: HAZIQ HA

The newRange Rover Velar ‘brings a newdimension of glamour, modernity

and elegance to the brand’

LAND ROVER