HEADLINES

July 19, 2007

Indonesians Told ‘Inconvenient Truth’ of Climate Change

By Samantha Brown Agence France-Presse JAKARTA ~ In a darkened auditorium on a weekday afternoon, Indonesians are warned that floods – Read More...
July 19, 2007

Indonesia’s New Investment Stance: a Confusing Step Forward?

JAKARTA ~ Indonesia’s new list of foreign investment limits by sector has caused head-scratching among investors. But analysts and the – Read More...
July 12, 2007

Hanno Bali, Bali Developer, Awarded Top Innovation Prize

Seminyak ~ One of Bali’s leading developers, Pt Hanno Bali was awarded a prestigious Innovation Award by the Indonesian central government   at – Read More...
July 12, 2007

Bali Named World’s Top Island Again, Six Years Running

By William J. Furney Managing Editor The Bali Times With staff reporter Rian Dewanto SEMINYAK ~ Bali beat out tourist – Read More...
July 12, 2007

Volcano Calms as Thousands Evacuated

JAKARTA ~ Activity at a smoldering volcano in North Maluku appeared to ease slightly on Thursday as hundreds more people – Read More...
July 12, 2007

NZ PM to Visit

New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark is to make an official visit to Indonesia this month despite Australian warnings of – Read More...
July 5, 2007

Int’l Boost for Nation’s Airlines

By William J. Furney Managing Editor The Bali Times KUTA/JAKARTA ~ Indonesia’s airline sector is to get a major international – Read More...
July 5, 2007

Civil Suit to Be Launched against Suharto

JAKARTA ~ More than 25 witnesses are set to testify in a civil suit against ailing former president Suharto to – Read More...
July 5, 2007

China, Indonesia Seek to Boost Ties

JAKARTA ~ China and Indonesia should cooperate to defend the interests of developing nations as they work to enhance bilateral – Read More...
July 5, 2007

Clever Orangutans Confirm Aesop’s Fable

Orangutans, using water and their wits, have emulated a crow in Aesop’s fable which illustrated the saying “Necessity is the – Read More...