Australian man Nicholas Langan has delivered a heartfelt apology to Indonesia and pleaded with judges in a Bali court to let him go home.
With frills as a legal state, Indonesia is determined to eradicate all forms of illegal drugs, yet these strict laws seem a little inconsistent. On any night in Kuta you’ll see all sorts of guys selling magic mushrooms, which contrary to popular belief became a type drug last year. As the head of Denpasar’s drug […]
The Denpasar municipal government has tightened its monitoring of both local and foreign residents of Bali’s capital.
Kompas.com reports that a Russian woman charged with smuggling methamphetamines into Bali may face 17 years in prison and fines of Rp. 10 billion (US$ 770,000).
An Australian mother whose daughter was raped while holidaying in Bali has returned to the scene of the crime to bring her attacker to justice.
A priority bill initiated by the House of Representatives has proposed banning all consumption of alcoholic beverages, with imprisonment of between three months and two years for anyone caught consuming alcohol.
Indonesian police sparked up a three-tonne pile of marijuana – and accidentally got the residents of West Jakarta high in the process.
The Bali Police have warned all residents, as well as tourists vacationing on the island, to avoid consumption of “magic mushrooms”, stating it could lead to a prison term.
An Australian man has been arrested in Bali after allegedly being caught smoking a marijuana joint in North Kuta.
Two Australian brothers, Scott O’Hehir, 32, and Timothy O’Hehir, 27, have been detained at the North Kuta Police station after they allegedly assaulted a local man in Canggu village, North Kuta, Bali.