The Bali Times

September 4, 2010

EDITORIAL: No Dog Days

It is not unique to Indonesian politics that they can often degenerate into a self-serving affair, benefiting the officeholder far more than the people he or she was elected to – Read More...
September 20, 2010

EDITORIAL: Melting into Madness

It took a man and his wife two and a half hours to get through airport immigration and customs. He described it to this newspaper as “the most arrogant and – Read More...
October 4, 2010

EDITORIAL: On an Island of Plenty, Nothing to Live For

The sad reality of Bali is that as its economy grows ever more robust, generated by record rising numbers of people holidaying here, soaring numbers of Balinese are killing themselves – Read More...
October 18, 2010

BT Editorial: Let’s Just Move On

Another year has passed since suicide bombers blew up two clubs in Legian, killing 202 people, and this time around the news headlines were less about the eighth anniversary than – Read More...
November 8, 2010

Editorial: A Bilateral Irritant

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard met her commitment to the Schapelle lobby on her visit to Indonesia last week, her first as leader of her country, by making the same – Read More...
September 30, 2014

Bali Gov Highlights Potential Disaster in Buleleng

SINGARAJA ~ Bali Governor, Made Mangku Pastika highlighted the potential threat of disaster in Buleleng Regency so it is necessary to mitigate structurally and non-structurally to reduce the impact of – Read More...
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