Queensland woman has become the fourth Australian to die from a scooter accident in Bali this year after a horrific crash. Sophia Martini, 27, was on the back of a bike being ridden by her boyfriend, Steele Nugent when it crashed in the early hours
Ismail Gocmen and his daughter Perin Gocmen were surfing at 4:00 pm when they were caught by a large rolling wave that resulted in their drowning. The bodies of the two were quickly recovered and brought to shore
Men and women sit despondently, their ankles shackled in chains, faced with the knowledge that they may face gruelling electric shock therapy, or even sexual abuse and violence.
Video shows an Australian man stood shouting and screaming on the edge of a narrow ledge on the second floor of Bali’s international airport on Tuesday (18/07), causing chaos in the busy departures area.
The Water Blow tourist site at the Indonesia Tourism Development (ITDCC) complex at Nusa Dua has claimed more victims, though fortunately no lives were lost.
Bartlett, who’s known for never pulling back, was knocked unconscious on the reef and split his face open. Luckily three Brazillians Renan Farias, Rodrigo Cardoso, and Kako Lopes, who reacted quickly to Bartlett’s life-threatening condition.
Japanese surfer reportedly drowned near Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport on Sunday. Katayanagi Susumo was caught and dragged in a massive current as he was surfing at Kuta Reef.
The family of a traveller told an inquest how they believe he was killed by shocking neglect at a private hospital in the tropical paradise of Bali.
A man was attacked by a Komodo dragon in West Manggarai, in Indonesia’s East Nusa Tenggara province on Wednesday (May 3) morning. The man is believed to be a tourist who was in the area to visit the Komodo National Park, Sudiyono, a park official, told The Jakarta Post.
Bierke was under water for about 45 seconds, taking on litres of sea water.