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Bali Invites Adrenaline Junkies To Jump From Stunning Waterfall

A tourism village in Bali is calling on all adrenaline junkies and adventurous spirits to visit the stunning Kroya Waterfall. Leaders in Sambangan Village, Sukasada District in Buleleng Regency, invite tourists to try the 12m dive off the rocks around the waterfall. Whether up for the challenge or not, a trip to Kroya Waterfall is …

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Hotel Bookings In North Bali Increasing But Slow To Improve In The East

This year has been branded as a year of recovery for the tourism sector in Bali. In the island’s most popular holiday destinations, hotel bookings have returned to almost pre-pandemic levels consistently since July. That said, in areas outside of the leading tourist hotspots, the recovery from the impacts of the pandemic is varied. In …

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German Man Arrested In Bali For Car Theft And Reckless Driving

A German man has been arrested in Bali after reports that he took control of his driver’s vehicle and began driving recklessly through the streets. In a series of viral videos, the middle-aged man can be seen swerving through busy streets. In one heart-stopping moment looks as though he is about to run over a …

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Devastating Coal Spill Off Bali Coast Finally Under Control

A coal transport barge that ran aground on the waters off the Northern Bali coast has finally been evacuated. The barge loaded with over 9 tonnes of coal got stranded on Sunday, 28th August. Coal has been spilling off the barge since last weekend. It is not yet known the extent of the damage the …

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Bali Fishermen Demand Action From Government Over Devastating Coal Spill

Ten fishermen from Celukan Bawang village in Buleleng Regency launched a protest outside Governor Wayan Koster’s office on Monday 29th August. The fishermen visited the Governor’s offices on behalf of their community and urged officials to take direct action over a coal spill in the coastal waters of Buleleng.  The team of fishermen submitted a …

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Bali Authorities Concerned Farmers Secretly Selling Cattle Due To Foot And Mouth Disease

Prevention of the spread of foot and mouth disease is not only the government’s responsibility, is what Bali authorities are telling local farmers. There are fears that cases may continue to rise and that local farmers may be inclined to move their livestock to sell them at the market, despite a ban on the movement …

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Disgraced Military Officers Arrested In Bali For Robbery Of IDR 90 Million

Bali Police have arrested two ex-military officers in connection with a violent robbery. On Wednesday 20th July the Head of Public Relations of the Buleleng Police AKP Gede Sumarjaya, led a press conference at the local police headquarters. He described to the media how four men have been arrested and charged after stealing over IDR …

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Thousands Of Covid Vaccine Doses Expire In Bali

An official from the Buleleng Health Agency has confirmed that thousands of Covid-19 vaccine doses in Buleleng have passed their expiry date. The Head of Buleleng Health Agency, Dr. Sucipto, confirmed that over 2,200 Covid-19 vaccine doses in Buleleng expired on March 31. “2,200 doses of Covid vaccine from AstraZeneca passed their expiry date and …

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Bali Residents Finally Start Receiving Financial Assistance

 Residents who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in Buleleng have started to receive financial assistance after two months of the current partial lockdown. The Head of the Buleleng Social Agency, I Putu Kariaman Putra confirmed that 3,634 residents in Buleleng have finally started to receive financial support from the Buleleng regional government on …

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Civilians Ask Bali Authorities To Stop Forcing Covid Tests To Avoid Confrontation

 A confrontation between Bali military and civilians that recently occurred in Sidatapa, Buleleng has finally been mediated. The Head of the Buleleng Police Department, AKBP Andrian Pramudianto confirmed that the confrontation that caused a fight between military personnel and several civilians during an operation to conduct Covid-19 tests in Sidatapa, Buleleng has finally eased up. …

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A Fight Between Military Personnel And Civilians Broke Out In Bali

 A fight between Bali military officers and civilians broke out in Sidatapa village, Buleleng on Monday morning (23/8).  A video of an incident that occurred between the army and civilians went viral on social media, showing acts of violence during an operation to swab test random people that was conducted by the Buleleng Covid-19 Handling …

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Local Vendors Confront Bali Authorities After Refusing To Close Their Shops During The Emergency Partial Lockdown

Local vendors on Penimbangan Beach, Buleleng have confronted authorities after refusing to close their businesses from operating during the emergency  partial lockdown. Official from the Galiran Village, Jro Putu Anteng confirmed that his villagers decided to refuse instructions from the Civil Service Office to close their businesses during an inspection that was conducted on Thursday …

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