HEADLINES

September 6, 2007

Global Anti-Aging First for Bali

DENPASAR ~ Udayana University became the first seat of higher learning in the world this week to offer a Masters – Read More...
September 6, 2007

Indonesia Proposes Rainforest Nations Climate Group

JAKARTA ~ Indonesia has proposed that eight countries home to some 80 percent of the world’s tropical rainforests join diplomatic – Read More...
September 6, 2007

Bali Tourism Reaps 33.7% Rise

SEMINYAK ~ Foreign tourist arrivals to Indonesia rose 12.9 percent to 2.57 million in the seven months to July over – Read More...
September 6, 2007

Bali Gets Wired

By William J. Furney Managing Editor The Bali Times With Bali Editor Rian Dewanto DENPASAR ~ Seven thousand kilometers of – Read More...
August 30, 2007

Bali Moves to Bolster Farming Sector

Shift of Focus Seen Protecting Island’s Culture By William J. Furney Managing Editor The Bali Times With Bali Editor Rian – Read More...
August 30, 2007

Last Chance for Remaining Illegal Villas

DENPASAR ~ A total of 189 illegal villas in Badung regency have failed to register themselves to become legal entitles, – Read More...
August 30, 2007

Hawksbill Turtles Fight Losing Pollution Battle

By Nabiha Shahab Agence France-Presse PRAMUKA ISLAND ~ On an island just a stone’s throw from Jakarta, turtle conservationist Salim – Read More...
August 30, 2007

House Approves Wider Budget Deficit

JAKARTA ~ The national parliament approved changes this week to the state budget for 2007 to allow a deficit 43.9 – Read More...
August 23, 2007

Indonesia Rising: Billions Pegged for Investment

By William J. Furney Managing Editor The Bali Times SEMINYAK/JAKARTA ~ Japanese businesses are to invest up to US$7 billion – Read More...
August 23, 2007

ASEAN Inches Closer Towards Historic Charter

JAKARTA ~ Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said this week he was excited about Southeast Asian nations moving closer to – Read More...