HEADLINES

April 11, 2008

Indonesia to Send Police Team to Darfur

JAKARTA ~ Indonesia is to contribute 140 police to a joint UN-African Union peacekeeping force in Sudan’s war-torn Darfur region, – Read More...
April 11, 2008

For Green Turtles, Some Good News (at Last)

By Sophia Read For The Bali Times SEMINYAK ~ The green turtle (Chelonia mydas) is listed as endangered by the – Read More...
April 4, 2008

Indonesia-E. Timor Truth Commission to Report Findings

DENPASAR ~ A commission investigating an outbreak of deadly violence during East Timor’s 1999 independence vote from Indonesia has said – Read More...
April 4, 2008

Smallest Black Hole Proves Giant Find

The discovery in our own galaxy of the smallest black hole known in the universe is a feather in the – Read More...
April 4, 2008

In First, Plane Flies Using Hydrogen Battery

OCANA, Spain ~ US aircraft maker Boeing flew a plane that was powered by a hydrogen battery at the start – Read More...
April 4, 2008

Investors ‘Drawn to Bali’s Stability’

SEMINYAK ~ Large numbers of foreign investors have decided to invest their capital in Bali, a businessman said this week. – Read More...
April 4, 2008

Bali Tourism Rises 30%

DENPASAR ~ Data released by the Bali Statistics Office this week says tourism is up so far this year, with – Read More...
March 21, 2008

‘Life or Death’ for China as It Grapples with Tibet

BEIJING, China ~ China said it was in a “life or death struggle” over Tibet this week as dramatic new – Read More...
March 21, 2008

‘Coral Triangle’ Gets $1.5m Gift

MANILA ~ The Asia Development Bank (ADB) is to give US$1.5 million to protect seas and rainforests in the so-called – Read More...
March 21, 2008

Over Safety, Adam Air Has Wings Clipped

TUBAN, Bali ~ Self-styled boutique airline Adam Air was grounded by the central government this week over lingering safety issues, – Read More...