PDIP Leads Legislative Elections

JAKARTA ~ The Indonesia Democratic Party Struggle (PDIP) led in vote collection in the Indonesian legislative elections on Wednesday garnering 19.1 percent of votes until 5.30 p.m., according to a CSIS and Cyrus Network survey. Golkar Party followed in the second place with 14.3 percent, while Gerindra was in the third place with 11.9 percent […]

Buleleng Airport Location Soon to be Determined

DENPASAR ~ The government of Bali Province soon to determine the location of new airport in Buleleng Regency and targeted to be decided in the next few weeks. “Only a few weeks, don’t be too long, it must be weeks. It just for the location,” said the Governor of Bali, Made MangkuPastika, on the sidelines […]

Bali to Give More Attention to Tourism Village

DENPASAR ~ Bali Provincial Government will give more attention towards the existence of tourism village. This is shown bt the effort of the government to allocate a budget of Rp7, 5 billion per year for the management of 25 tourism villages on the island from 2015. “Starts from 2015-2018, we target 100 tourism villages can […]

Government of Denpasar Soon to Oversee Foreign Employees

DENPASAR ~ Denpasar Government immediately will oversee the number of foreign workers in the capital city of Bali Province. “We will form a team to put everything in order by involving the police and immigration,” said Head of Social Affairs and Employment Department (Dssosnaker) of Denpasar, Erwin Suryadharma Sena, on Saturday. Aside from immigration and […]

Election Campaign Triggers Inflation in Bali

DENPASAR ~ Political campaigns ahead of the Legislative General Election on April 9, 2014 triggered inflation in Bali province reaching 0.29 percent in March 2014. “However how much contribution given by stages of the election to inflation has not been calculated in detail, because it will be calculated after the next presidential election,” said Head […]

Legislator Asks the Increasing Airport Tax to be Reviewed

DENPASAR ~ Vice Chairman of Commission I Bali Provincial Parliament, Gusti Putu Widjera, asked PT Angkasa Pura I Ngurah Rai International Airport reviewing the imposition of a tariff increase for aircraft passenger service (PJP2U) or airport tax. “PT Angkasa Pura (PAP) I Ngurah Rai International Airport before imposing a rate increase on airport tax first […]

Migrant Worker from Bali Missing at Burma Sea

NEGARA ~ Indonesian Migrant Worker (TKI), named Putu Suprapto, from Pergung Village, Jembrana regency, Bali, lost at Burma sea on March 20, according to a letter received by the family. “The agent departing him said that he was disappeared while attempting to rescue lifeboat he drove. But we do not know the truth for sure,” […]

Bali Get 1.51 Million Dollar from Bags

DENPASAR ~ Bali gain income of 1.51 million U.S. dollars from the export of handicraft bags made of leather during 2013, an increase of 4.37 percent over the previous year which recorded 1.29 million U.S. dollars. “Similarly, in terms of the volume, that economical commodity has increased very significantly,” said the Head of Public Relations […]