American tourist goes missing while paddleboarding near Nusa Lembongan
A tourist in Bali went missing yesterday in the Mushroom Bay Beach area on Nusa Lembongan during a paddleboarding session out on the sea.
Aviv Meshil, a 23-year-old tourist from the United States, may have gone too far to the middle of the ocean while he was paddleboarding, according to a report from Kompas.com.
Bali Police arrest ‘peeping tom’ from Lampung for allegedly attacking neighbor
The Bali Police have arrested Dwi Apriyanto, a man from Lampung who allegedly attacked a woman in Denpasar about a week ago with a hammer and stabbed her with scissors after she caught him peeping in her bathroom.
Police yet to arrest orphanage director who allegedly sexually assaulted children under his care, citing lack of evidence
Police have yet to arrest an orphanage director in Buleleng who has been accused of sexually assaulting children under his care for years, citing a lack of evidence. In the meantime, four of his alleged victims have reportedly agreed to give the police their statements.
Bali United scores on stock market first for SE Asian club
Bali United soared on its stock market debut in Jakarta Monday, marking the first time that a Southeast Asian football club has gone public.
The listing puts the team among top clubs Manchester United, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund which have also previously offered their shares.
Ibiza beach club Café del Mar to launch first Asia outpost in Bali this August
Bali’s already got it going on when it comes to beach clubs — sprawling out on a daybed to soak up that vitamin sea with a delicious cocktail in hand has pretty much become synonymous with a stay in the Island of the Gods.
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With the battle for Indonesia’s presidency all but decided (somebody just needs to convince Prabowo Subianto that he lost), it’s finally time to start looking ahead to the potential promise and peril of President Joko Widodo’s second five-year term.