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Federal Justice Minister Michael Keenan has acknowledged the larger and more complex terror threat shared with Indonesia, but has not offered any new co-operation to avert attacks.
Two international tourists are still missing after their boat sank off the Indonesian Island of Sumbawa, but local fishermen late Sunday night found 13 more survivors clinging to a lifeboat. Continue reading
Australian surfer Peter Luke, 27, was surfing five-metre waves off Jelenga Beach in West Sumbawa, Indonesia on Tuesday when he went missing. His two friends used the boat they’d hired to search for him and eventually found his body on a nearby reef. AAP reported earlier his name was Peter Lore, which they have now corrected.
A newly opened dolphin attraction in Bali has sparked protests from NGOs, which say keeping dolphins in a small chlorinated pool will cause the intelligent beings to suffer a slow, horrific death.
Police in Bali are on the hunt for a young American couple in connection with the alleged murder of the girl’s mother at an upscale beach resort on Tuesday.
An Indonesian bombmaker convicted of helping to orchestrate terror attacks on the resort island of Bali in 2005 which killed 20 people has been released on parole.
When driving along the southern coast of Bali to the west, passing the famous Tanah Lot Temple, one can hope to find several interesting attractions worthy of a visit. However, do take note that there are two things to tolerate on west Bali’s south coast. Continue reading
When life gets a little stressful, getting into nature and learning something new might be a fun and daring way to let loose. How about learning to surf in an archipelago filled with the world’s best waves? Here are four beginner-friendly surfing spots across Indonesia to get you up and surfing.
The number of foreign tourists visiting Bali increased by 14.82 percent to 1.39 million between January and May, compared to 1.21 million visitors in the same period last year.