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About 6,000 young Australians are expected to be in Bali for Schoolies

With 6,000 Australians expected to land on the shores of party island Bali in the next three weeks, a schoolies support group is warning graduates to take more precautions as the risks of running into trouble overseas is higher than at home.

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Magnitude-7.1 Indonesian Quake Triggers Small Tsunami

A strong undersea earthquake hit eastern Indonesia on Saturday, triggering a small tsunami and some panic but no casualties or major damage.

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One Million Aussies are Expected To Visit Bali This Year Alone

Just when Bali-bound Australians didn’t think it could be possible to get a cheaper holiday – Indonesia is considering lifting its $US35 tourist visa fee on arrival from next year.

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Airlines Ready to Include Airport Tax in Ticket Prices

Domestic airlines say they are ready to include the passenger service charge (PSC), also known as airport tax, in their ticket prices, following a call by Transportation Minister Ignasius Jonan.

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Indonesia Prepares to Welcome Millionth Aussie Tourist

Indonesia is set to overtake New Zealand as Australia’s favourite overseas destination, with more than a million tourists scheduled to visit the country by the end of the year.

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Indonesia Removes Visa Requirements for 5 Countries

The government will waive visa requirements for the citizens of several countries in a bid to attract 20 million tourists by 2020.

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SAR Team Searches for Missing German Tourist in Nusa Dua

The Search and Rescue Team of Denpasar, Bali, has been looking for 71-year-old German tourist, Bernhard Manfred Erich Lubke, who went missing while snorkeling at Nusa Dua Beach.

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Bali Weather Forecasters Predict Delayed Rains to Finally Fall in November

Worst affected is the northernmost region of Buleleng, but with water shortages also acutely felt in the regencies Karangasem, Klungkung, Bangli and Jembrana. Water tank trucks are being deployed in the worst affected areas by the Bali branch Agency for the Alleviation of Natural Disasters (BPBD).

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More Warnings About the Disastrous Effects of Uncontrolled Growth in Bali

The Bali chapter of the Association of Tourism Intellectuals (Ikatan Cendekiawan Pariwisata Indonesia – ICPI) is raising alarms that accommodation development in Bali is following an unclear path. This lack of clarity is reflected in the uncontrolled new growth in starred hotels and city hotels.

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Australian Man Dies While Surfing at Kuta Beach

Denpasar police believe that a 56-year-old Melbourne man who died while surfing Kuta Reef Friday afternoon may have suffered from a fatal health issue.

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