Narcotics Agency recruits Bali religious leaders in the island’s ‘fight against drugs’

The National Narcotics Agency (BNN) is getting local religious leaders involved in the ‘fight against drugs’ in Bali. BNN Bali Chief Brig. Gen. Putu Gede Suastawa discussed...

Tourists evacuated from Nusa Penida hills after forest fire erupts

Forest fires erupted in the rugged hills of Nusa Penida’s Kelingking Beach on...

Tourists evacuated from Nusa Penida hills after forest fire erupts

Bali-based jewelry designer John Hardy plants brand’s millionth bamboo seedling in Indonesia as part of CSR initiative

A successful Bali-based jewelry brand has just planted its millionth bamboo...

Bali-based jewelry designer John Hardy plants brand’s millionth bamboo seedling in Indonesia as part of CSR initiative

Telegram founder enjoys time in Bali, part of trip to Indonesia after the whole app getting partially blocked then unblocked thing

The founder of messaging app, Telegram, came to Indonesia on business earlier...

Telegram founder enjoys time in Bali, part of trip to Indonesia after the whole app getting partially blocked then unblocked thing
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