Bali prosecutor demands Dutch national be sentenced to 3 years for illegal wildlife trade
Prosecutors at the Denpasar District Court yesterday demanded Eric Roer, a Dutch national who is allegedly involved in an illegal wildlife trade of protected items from Bali, be sentenced to three years in prison.
Australian national made peace with victims after alleged drunken attack: Police
Bali Police have confirmed that Scott James Harrison, an Australian national who was detained last week after he allegedly attacked security guards at a Kuta hotel while he was drunk, has made peace with his victims and therefore released from custody.
Man in critical condition after reportedly trying to break up alleged drunken brawl in Kerobokan
A man identified by his initials AA is reportedly in critical condition after he was attacked along with two others late on Friday night in Kerobokan. Reports from local media cited the police as saying that the perpetrators had been under the influence of alcohol.
Officials warn of landslides, floods, as Bali enters rainy season
Now that some parts of Bali have officially entered the rainy season, the local chapter of Indonesia’s Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) has issued a reminder for islanders to remain cautious, citing possibilities of landslides, floods and strong winds.
Australian national arrested after alleged drunken attack on hotel security in Bali
An Australian national was detained by the police this week after he allegedly attacked security guards at a hotel in Kuta while he was drunk, authorities confirmed today.
“We’ve detained him since two days ago.
Oversupply of hotel rooms one of Bali’s most pressing issues: study
There may be millions of tourists who visit Bali every year, but rest assured they will never run out of rooms to stay in, as the island evidently has more hotel rooms than they need.