Bali police have issued a warning to tourists riding motorbikes on the holiday island — obey the road rules or face criminal charges. Anyone who tries to bribe an officer to get away with bad behaviour will also be charged.
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
Bali police arrested two Bulgarian citizens, Boris Georgiev and Marian Bogidarof Serafinoff on Saturday (16/9) for allegedly installing skimming equipment onto an ATM in the Lovina area.
Stab wounds have been found on the burnt bodies of an elderly Japanese couple found dead Monday at their rental house in southern Bali, an Indonesian doctor said Tuesday.
In a video uploaded on Facebook by a netizen with an account named Novita Sitinjak, it can be seen that the naked man attempted to escape from the three Paspampres members who caught him. According to the video uploader, the incident occurred at 7:35 a.m. Monday.
Bali Provincial Police Chief Petrus Golose said Davidson is still in Indonesia. “The Australian has not yet (fled out of country) and is still in Indonesia. (He is) the focus of a search on the border between Indonesia and Timor-Leste.” he told reporters today.
Twenty-four tourists have been forced to evacuate from the popular trail and famous photographed spot in Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, on Sunday, Aug. 20, when the fire broke out. While twenty were able to escape unharmed, four were stuck and eventually rescued by a joint team of the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD), firefighters, local […]
Bali is in the grip of a drug crisis verging on a ‘state of emergency’ with drug abuse cases reaching 62,457 last year, Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika….
She further explained the ecstasy might be worth around Rp600 billion, and the pills could kill some 2.4 million people.
Roman Kalashnikov who was caught carrying 2.9 kilograms of cannabis infused toothpaste into Bali has been sentenced to 17 years in prison and fined to the amount of IDR 2 billion or four months additional imprisonment – if he doesn’t pay it.