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BALI UPDATE #1076 - 17 April 2017

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Ready for Take-Off
Plans to Break Ground on New Northern Airport in Bali in August 2017

Beritabali.com is reporting that plans to build an airport in North Bali at Kubutambahan are moving forward. The proposed airport – much of which will be built as a “floating airport” on reclaimed land, will occupy 1,400 hectares for runways and taxiways and 260-hectare adjoining aero-city located on the shoreline.

According to local press reports, the new airport is only waiting for an official final location permit that must be issued by the Ministry of Transportation.

The president director of PT Bandara Internasional Bali Utara (BIBU) Panji Sakti, I Made Mangku, told the press on Wednesday, April 12, 2017: “If there are no obstacles and the location permit is issued, we will undertake an official groundbreaking on August 28, 2017.”

Mangku announced that the new airport would be built with an “eco-green concept” meaning that no agriculture or rice fields will be sacrificed to make way for the new airport. Moreover, the developers are assuring that no religious temples or historical sites will be affected by the project.

“The concept for the new airport will (also) pay attentions to the activities of local fishermen ensuring they can continue to go to sea. We will make all the preparations for the local fishermen. There will also be no rice fields destroyed,” explained Mangku.

Made Mangku declared that all the necessary recommendations for the airport’s construction are now in hand, both on a regency and provincial level.

Speaking on April 12, Mangku said: “Today, a team from the Ministry of Transportation visited the location for the new airport to analyze the location permit. Hopefully, the location permit will soon be issued and we can do a groundbreaking on August 28, 2017.”

Mangku claims the new airport will be built as a joint investment by investors from three countries. A Canadian investor will construct the runway; an investor from Belarus will develop the Aero-city; and an investor from South Korean will be in charge of the overall construction of the Airport.

Mangku said Rp. 50 trillion has been secured for the airport project, but more money is still needed, including funds to create an access road connecting the aerodrome to Singaraja and Denpasar.

Those working on the project claim 10-15 years will be needed to complete the airport.

The proposed airport is planned to have twin runways measuring 3,600 meters long and 60 meters wide.

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Driven to Demonstrate
Attack on Online Taxi Driver Causes Demonstrations at Police Station in Bali and the Arrest of Four Men

Beritabali.com reports that some 120 members of the Association of Online Taxi Operators (PTOB) demonstrated in front of the Badung Police Headquarters in Bali on Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

The demonstrators demanded police capture and arrest a group of men that recently beat and sent one of their members to a local hospital.

The PTOB Members gathered at 3:00 pm in front of the police station, parking their fleet of online taxis in a graveyard adjacent to the building.

The coordinator of PTOB, Wayan Suata, said his members are demanding the police thoroughly investigate and prosecute those who attacked one of their members. He pledged that protests would continue until justice was served.

Police eventually agreed to receive a delegation of 5 representatives of the PTOB in order to hear their complaints.

Suata said his members would now circulate the Island and forcibly remove signs and banners banning the activities of online transportation workers.

In a subsequent report in DenPost, Police in Kuta confirmed that four men have been taken into custody in connection with the attack against the online transportation provider Ida Kade Anom (30).

Placed under arrest on Friday, April 7, 2017 were Made Karyawan alias Baglug (24), Ida Bagus Putu Oka Pujana alias Gus Breng (20), Kadek
Sulendra Adi Putra alias Kadek Negara (21), and
I Kadek Suartawan alias Lembek (27).

Police remain adamant, however, that the attack was not linked to rivalry between online transportation drivers and conventional taxi drivers. Instead, they believe Anom was attacked after running into several parked vehicles and attempting to flee the scene.

It appears the men who attacked him were conventional taxi drivers who were pursuing him as fled a local hotel.
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A police spokesman said the attack on the online taxi driver remained under investigation.

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Blokes? Fair Dinkum?
Australian Loses Hand Phone and Credit Card to Two Transvestites Offering Massage Services

DenPost and Bali Post reports that two transvestites, Naldy Riski alias Maemunah (26) and Gerry Andraera alias Maria (26), were taken into custody by police in Kuta, Bali on Friday, April 7, 2017, in connection with the robbery of an Australian tourist.

Police say the two men stole the wallet of Leigh Anthony Matthies (44) on a back alley of Kuta on where they lured the man with the promise of a massage.

The two brought Matthies to Jalan Poppies II in Kuta where police say the Australia lost his handphone and credit cards. The Australian had written his PIN Number for the credit card on the back of his hand phone.

The Australian told police that he was certain the two men were actually women offering him a massage.

The day after losing his wallet, the man noticed two transactions on his missing credit card at shops in Denpasar. Reporting the theft to police on Thursday, March 30, 2017, police visited the two shops and reviewed recordings on a CCTV camera. Police were able to trace the identities of the two free-lancing masseurs resulting in  their arrest within one week.

Photo: Bali Post


Tabanan as the ‘Next Kuta’
Ground Broken for Villa Tamansari Condotel at Yeh Gangga, Bali

The State-owned Company Wika Realty continues to make new investments in Bali. After opening the Golden Tulip Jineng Resort on Jalan Sunset in Kuta and the Wyndham Tamansari Jivva Resort in Klungkung, Wika is now developing the Villa Tamansari Gangga Condotel on Gangga Beach in Tabanan, West Bali.

RadarBali.com reports that the condotel project has been capitalized at Rp. 530 billion, with Wika Realty touting the Yeh Gangga Beach area as the “the next Kuta.”

Villa Tamansari Gangga Condotel is being built on a 1.4-hectare site and, when completed, will offer 97 hotel rooms and 38 villas.

The commercial director of PT Wika Realty, Widyo Praseno, was on hand to lay the cornerstone for the new project that is targeted to become operational by 2019.

The new condotel will be operated as a four-star property with facilities that will include a sky pool, lounge, spa, gym, yoga space, family zone, surf club and meeting rooms.

Muhammad Isran, manager of Tamansari Gangga Realty explained that the Yeh Gangga Beach area was selected because South Bali is becoming overbuilt, with Tabanan the next logical area for development.


Garuda CEO Arif Wibowo Gets the Boot
Top Post at Garuda Indonesia Now Held by Former Bank Mandiri Executive Pahala Mansury

Garuda Indonesia has given the boot to the airline’s CEO Arif Wibowo at an annual general shareholders meeting held on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta.

Nikkei.com reports that Wibowo’s dismissal came before the end of the Airline’s CEO five-year term of office and occurred amidst a major graft scandal and a dramatic drop in the Airline’s profitability.

Replacing Wibowo in the top role at the Airlines is Bank Mandiri’s director of finance and treasury, Pahala Mansury (shown).

Wibowo’s dismissal follows the sudden resignation of the CEO of Garuda Indonesia’s subsidiary Citilink in January when a pilot believed to be under the influence of narcotics tried to fly a jet full of passengers from Surabaya’s Juanda Airport.

Mansury has worked for Bank Mandiri since 2003. He is a graduate of New York University’s Stern School of Business and worked for a period as a business consultant with The Boston Consulting Group.

Arif assumed the CEO role at Garuda in December of 2014 when he replaced Emirsyah Satar who is now embroiled in a major corruption case involving the purchase of jet engines from Rolls Royce.

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Fountain of Death
Boy Electrocuted While Drinking from a Public Water Fountain

Rendi Rizaldi, a 13-year-old junior high student living in Bali died tragically on Thursday, April 13, 2017, while recreating the Puputan Public Park in downtown Denpasar.

Sanurpost.com says the boy was electrocuted while taking a drink from a public drinking fountain recently installed in the Park by the State Water Board (PDAM).

The public water fountain located on the south side of the Park across from the 1611 Badung Military Command has been cordoned off by police an investigative scene.

An eyewitness to the incident, Bagus Suryadi, said the boy was electrocuted at around 4:50 pm while trying to drink from the fountain.

An electrical inspector from the State Power Board (PLN) confirmed that the water pipe was damaged and had somehow become electrified.

Police continue to investigate the case and are determining if criminal negligence may have caused the boy’s death.

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Mrs Sippy Comes to Bali
Popular Australian Restaurant Mrs. Sippy Opens in Seminyak Bali

Traveling the distance from Double Bay in Australia to Seminyak Bali is one of the Island’s newest dining venues – Mrs Sippy.

Aiming for a “laid-back” L.A. ambient, the restaurant’s wall is covered with graffiti and overlooks a courtyard and pool to enjoy while guests enjoy millennial comfort food and sips of favorite beverages – available on request in convivial jugs and pitchers.

Overseeing Mrs. Sippy is Sydney-transplant Guillaume Zika, who once served as chef at the recently departed chef at the Cottage Point Inn in Sydney, is working as consulting chef at the Bali eatery.

With the ability to accommodate between 500-600 diners around a salt-water swimming pool, Mrs. Sippy is likely to become a leading party venue among the increasing circle of competition for making merriment along Seminyak Beach in Bali.

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Seminyak, Bali

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Open Monday – Friday: 5:00 pm until Late
Saturday: 2pm – late
Sundays: 4 pm - late

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What Drives Plans to Curtail Visa Free Policy?
Government Curtailing Visa-Free Facility for Tourists Visiting Indonesia

The Jakarta Post reports that the government is actively considering curtailing the list of 169 nations eligible for free-visa-on-arrival when visiting Indonesia.

Driving the desire is the possibly convoluted view that the government may be losing US$75.4 million in $35 visa fees from the 2.1 million tourists from countries formally obliged to purchase a visa at the airport.

Convoluted? Assuming, based on the data available, that the average tourism visitor to Indonesia spends US$1,140 - then the revival of a visa free for 2.1 million tourist that might be compelled to pay (based on the old system), only needs to deter tourist arrivals by 3% to result in a zero-sum-game.

In other words, a mere 3% decline in tourist arrivals caused by a re-introduction of visa fees (in this case, only 63,000 tourist) would more than nullify in terms of lost foreign exchange any revenues earned from visa fee.

Leading the draconian assault is Laws and Human Rights Minister Yasona Laoly who recently told the national legislature: “There are some countries that have not contributed significantly to Indonesia's income. We granted them the free-visa policy but their citizens almost never vacation here.”

It remains unclear what countries may be removed from the visa-free policy.

The controversial policy has developed into a polemic between elements in the tourism industry who support a liberalized visa regime with members of the political establishment are blaming surging tourism numbers on crime and increases in the number of illegal workers.

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Terrified on the Terraces
Frighten Tourists Leap from a Driverless Bus Headed into Bali’s Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

A tourist bus hung precariously on a ledge in the World Heritage Site Rice Terrace region of Jatiluwih when it left the main road on Monday. April 10, 2017.

The bus carrying 15 European passengers was driven by Saroso (53).

NusaBali reports that the bus had parked on the road near The Gong Restaurant to permit passengers a photo opportunity of the famous rice terraces. All the passengers had disembarked the bus when 3 passengers decided to return to the parked bus with its engine still running.

The bus suddenly began to move forward without the driver at the wheel and lurched over the 1.5-meter embankment of a nearby rice field.

Terrified to be on a hillside in a driverless bus that was moving, the three tourists jumped from the moving bus.

Fortunately, no injuries have been linked to the accident that required a toll truck to get the bus back on the road and caused limited damage to the exterior of the bus.

Police suspect the driver may have failed to properly set the parking brake on the vehicle.

Photo: Nusa Bali


Indonesia’s Prisons Bursting at the Seams
Indonesia Law and Human Rights Minister Suggest Criminal Justice Reform Needed to Relieve Overloaded Prison System

Jakarta Post reports that severe overcrowding at Indonesia’s prisons is raising concerns within human rights circles.

Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly has revealed that the already over-crowded total of 202,000 prisoners behind bars in Indonesia in January 2017, increased a further 12,000 in the first two months of 2017 to become 214,675.

Speaking before the Human Rights Commission at the Indonesian House of Representatives, Yasonna asked: “What will happen if we keep putting people behind bars?”

The Ministry in charge of correctional facilities is being overwhelmed with problems of space, sanitation, and food for Indonesia’s burgeoning prison population. Corruption and drug use involving prison guards is also a growing problem in the national prison system.

Lamenting that cells designed to house 5 prisoners care are now being forced to hold 40, the Minister said prison riots and violence are now commonplace.

The Minister told lawmakers that the solution is not in building more prisons, adding: “We’ll never afford to keep establishing new prisons to accommodate them. The money would be better going into infrastructure development. We should reform our criminal system. Instead of putting them in jail, it’s better to make them do social work. Our Criminal Code revision should include alternative punishments.”

The Minister also urged an amnesty for drug convicts and moving them to rehabilitation centers.

As reported on Balidiscovery.com, Bali’s notorious Kerobokan Prison is now housing 1,412 inmates, well in excess of its designed capacity of 323 prisoners.

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A Submerged Society
One of Bali’s Most Ancient Cultures Sinking Under the Waters of Lake Batur

A large number of homes in the Bali Aga village of Trunyan on the shores of Lake Batur in Kintamani are being submerged below the rising waters on the ancient volcanic lake.

NusaBali reports that homes, agricultural fields, and roads are now under water in the village uniquely renowned in Bali for its practice of leaving their dead to decompose in the open air on the lake’s edge.

The flooding conditions at Trunyan are causing a downturn in tourist visitors to the village.

Local villagers are appealing to regional and provincial authorities to build sea walls and increase the height of local roads.

In normal times, some 30 tourists visit the village each day by boat. However, since February when the rising water phenomenon commenced, the number of visitors has decreased dramatically and local incomes derived from tourism have also declined.

Observers in the field estimate the water level of the lake has risen 1-meter. A breakwater 400 meters in length that protected the village from waves is now under water.

Meanwhile, the head of public works for the Bangli regency, I Wayan Lawe, told NusaBali he was unaware of the situation in the Trunyan Village and insisted he had received no formal report on the rising waters. Lawe promised he would look into the matter.


Busses Going Bust
Bali Lawmakers Label Sabargita Bus System a Waste of Taxpayers Money Due to Low Passenger Numbers

The Provincial House of Representatives for Bali (DPRD-Bali) is asking that a critical review of the Sabargita Public Bus System be undertaken. Lawmakers are lamenting that the bus system, operated with buses provided by the Central Government, continue to lose money and costs the province Rp. 18 billion each year in subsidies.

I Ketut Yama Tenaya, a member of Commission I of the DPRD-Bali, told a House hearing on Monday, April 10, 2017, that the bus service continues to be a waste of public funds due to the low number of passengers carried.

Quoted in NusaBali, Tenaya said, “What I see is empty seats. We are just throwing away our money.” Tenaya said many times the Trans Sabargita buses leave for Nusa Dua without a single passenger.

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Garuda Indonesia – Among the World’s Best
Garuda Airline Ranked Among the World's and the Region’s Best in Trip Advisor’s 2017 Traveler’s Choice Award

Despite a massive drop in profits and a major shakeup in its management, the Indonesian National Air Carrier Garuda Indonesia is included in a list of the Top 10 Airlines Worldwide compiled by Trip Advisor.

Garuda just managed to squeak on to the list at number 10 among the world’s best air carriers and number 5 among the best airlines in the Asia-Pacific Region.

The rankings of airlines in Trip Advisor’s Traveler’s Choice Awards 2017 is based on reviews and ratings submitted by travelers over the last 12 months.

Trip Advisors Traveler’s Choice 2017 list of the top 10 international airlines:
  1. Emirates
  2. Singapore Airlines
  3. Azul
  4. JetBlue
  5. Air New Zealand
  6. Korean Air
  7. Japan Airlines
  8. Thai Smile
  9. Alaska Airlines
  10. Garuda Indonesia
Trip Advisors Traveler’s Choice 2017 list of the top 10 airlines among carriers operating in the Asia-Pacific Region
  1. Singapore Airlines
  2. Air New Zealand
  3. Korean Air
  4. Japan Airlines
  5. Garuda Indonesia
  6. All Nippon Airways
  7. EVA Air
  8. Asiana Airlines
  9. Thai Airways
  10. Cathay Pacific
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Wasted on Arrival and Thereafter
New Zealand Woman Who Arrived Under the Influence of Narcotics at Bali’s Airport in August 2016 Sentenced to 2.5 Years in Prison.

A 28-year-old New Zealand woman who landed as "high as kite" at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport on August 31, 2016, has seen her stay in Bali extended for an additional  2.5 years by judges in a Denpasar courtroom.

The sentence for Myra Lynne Williams  (28) was handed down by the Court on Thursday, April 13, 2017.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, Myra Lynne Williams, who lives in Mornington, Victoria, Australia was acting incoherently when she presented at immigration and customs at Bali’s airport. While seated on a bench in the custom's terminal area a packet containing 0.43 grams of methamphetamines fell from her pocket.

The sentence of 2.5 years given to the woman was less than the 3 years sought by State Prosecutors.

Speaking through her attorney, Williams said she accepted the sentence of the court and would not appeal the case further. Meanwhile, prosecutors have said they will consider whether or not to seek a harsher punishment for the woman.

William reportedly wept as she was led to a holding cell at the Court after learning that she would be in Bali until at least 2019 before she can return to Australia to meet her 8-year-old son who will then be 11-years-old.

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Bali as a Cruise Center
Ship Board Seminar Outlines Role of Bali Port of Benoa as an International Cruise Centre

The Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, projects that Bali will soon become an international cruise center.

Quoted by the National News Agency Antara, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, said in Bali on Thursday, April 13, 2017: “The uniqueness and beauty of Bali is the major attraction for tourists to visit. At this time, the desire to visit while on board a cruise ship is developing quickly, making now the time to make Bali a center for international cruise tourism.”

Speaking at a seminar on “Policy and Strategy for Cruise Tourism” held on board P&O’s Pacific Eden in Benoa Harbor in Bali, Luhut said efforts to make Bali a cruise center still confront a number of problems that must still be addressed.

Among these problems are the high cost of berthing at Benoa Harbor, the high cost of fuel, the availability of potable water, and trash disposal.

Luhut said that a joint effort by both the private and public sector is needed to address these problems, especially if Bali is to be ready to host a meeting of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Annual Meeting in 2018.

Also speaking at the seminar on board the Pacific Eden was the President of Carnival Pacific Mike Drake who confirmed that the cruise market is expanding rapidly expressed the hope that Bali would take the necessary steps to create a world class cruise ship port at Benoa and address the problems outlined by the Minister.

The visit of the Pacific Eden marked the first time that the ship carrying a complement of 1,500 tourists was able to berth alongside the pier in Benoa. On past visits, the ship has had to drop anchor outside the port and ferry passengers between the ship and port on tenders.


Kuala Lumpur’s Man in Bali
‘Cok Ace’ Named Honorary Consul for Malaysia in Bali

Malaysian Digest reports that the former Regent of Gianyar, the chairman of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI-Gianyar) and an Ubud hotelier Dr. Tjok Oka Artha Ardana Sukawati, has been named Malaysia’s Honorary Consul in Bali.

Also known affectionately as “Cok Ace,” Sukawati was handed his official appointment from the Malaysia King (Yang di-Pertuan Agong) in a ceremony held at the Puri Ubud Royal Palace.

A descendent of the Ubud Royal Household, Tjok Ace holds a Doctorate in Cultural Studies from Udayana University where he also serves as a part-time professor.

In appointing Cok Ace as the highest representative of Malaysia in Bali, the Malaysian Government said the appointment of a Consul in Bali was made necessary due to a large number of Malaysian visitors to Bali each year. In addition, some 200 Malaysian students are pursuing medical degrees at Bali’s Udayana University and a large number of Malaysian expats also work on the Island.

In receiving his appointment, Sukawati said the appointment was both an honor and an opportunity to forge closer relations between the people of Bali and Malaysia.

The location for the Malaysian Consulate in Bali will be at Puri Jumara Sakti on Jalan Bentuyung, Ubud, Bali


Protecting the Protectors
Police Increase Security Against Terror Attacks at Bali Ports and Police Stations

A recent attempted terror assault on a police statio in Banyumas, Central Java, has resulted in police in Bali increasing the level of security at border crossings, the Island’s airport and areas surrounding major police installations.

Beritabali.com reports that fully-armed police wearing bullet-proof flak jackets were on guard at the entrance to the Badung Police Headquarter (Mapolres) on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.

A security perimeter was put in place around the regional police headquarter following what appeared to be a failed terrorist attack on the Banyumas Police Headquarter in Central Java on Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

Police on the scene in Bali said the heavily armed guard presence was done in anticipation of a terrorist attack aimed at the police and done on the instructions of National Police Headquarters.

Those entering the building are also undergoing searches and having their identities noted by police personnel.

The Spokesman for the Bali Provincial Police, Hengky Wijaya, also confirmed that security along the perimeters of police facilities have been upgraded while the entry ports by land and sea to the Island were now pratrolled by heavily armed guards in order to prevent any possible attack by radical elements.


Snatch a Purse, Prepare for the Worse!
Angry Crowd Beats Balinese Man Who Stole Purse from Two Swedish Tourists

DenPost reports that two Swedish women, Lovina Lembeng (19) and Klara Palmqvist (21) required hospitalization after they were the targets of a drive-by purse snatching by two men on Jalan Raya Pererenen on Wednesday night, April 12, 2017, at approximately 10:00 pm.

The woman reportedly resisted the effort to steal their bags, losing a passport, money, credit cards and a hand phone.

One of the two attackers, Kadek Arca (19), was captured by several people who witnessed the crime and beaten by a mob. His accomplice, identified only as Wayan, managed to escape.

Police say the two men are suspected of undertaking similar purse snatching across North Kuta, Kuta Mengwi. Typically, the men would prey on female tourists riding motorcycles in quiet areas and then crowd them off to the side of the road.

In the latest robbery, the two Swedish women initially held on to their bag causing their motorcycle to swerve and fall to the pavement where the women sustained injuries.

The two thieves drove off in the direction of Banjar Tengah Tangeb where the pursuing crowd caught up with them in front of the Theresia Thomas Aquino Church. It was there that Kadek Arca was severely beaten while Wayan made good his escape.

The identity of Wayan is known to police who continue to seek his arrest.


Nusa Penida Road Accident
Chinese Tourists Injured When in Roll-Over Accident on Nusa Penida

A group of Chinese tourists visiting Nusa Penida Island suffered injuries when their vehicle suffered a flat tire, ran off the road, struck a roadside rock, and rolled over on Friday, April 14, 2017.

The accident near the Village of Buga Mekar left 4 tourists and the driver of the Suzuki APV injured and requiring medical treatment at Bali’s Sanglah General Hospital.

NusaBali identified the injured tourists as Li Cing, (28), Haring Wei (29) Li Chung Hu (27) and Liau Suching (23). The driver of the vehicle, also injured in the mishap, was I Ketut Cinta (40) of Nusa Penida.

The driver suffered a broken right arm, while Li Cing a broken rib and wounds to the head and hands. The remaining 3 tourist’s injuries were relatively minor in nature.

Local villagers on Nusa Penida assisted in evacuating the driver and passengers and placing them on a boat back to the mainland for medical treatment.

The group was on a day outing from the mainland that left Sanur Beach earlier the same morning.  


The Seven Fountains of Denpasar
PDAM Shuts Down Seven Public Drinking Fountains Following Electrocution Death of 13-Year-Old Boy

Following the death of 13-year-old Rendi Rizaldi who was electrocuted while taking a drink from a public water fountain in downtown Denpasar, the State Water Board (PDAM) has turned off seven water fountains in various locations around Bali’s capital.

NusaBali says the CEO of PDAM, IB Gede Arsana, who took the action of closing the drinking fountains in order to quell the concerns of the public following the tragic death of the junior high school student on Thursday, April 13, 2017.

The seven fountains have been in operation for the past seven years without incident prior to the electrocution.

The fountains were operating in public parks as a facility for the public jogging and exercising in the area.

“We are devastated by this incident,” said Arsana. “In fact, the water fountain on the south side of the Puputan Field had just undergone routine maintenance at 10:55 am on the same morning as the accident that happened later in the afternoon when Rendi was electrocuted.

Arsana said all the fountains were turned off immediately after the boy’s death while PDAM officials await the results of laboratory tests and police reports.

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Bali Update #1029
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Bali Update #1028
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Bali Update #1027
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Bali Update #1026
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Bali Update #1025
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Bali Update #1024
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Bali Update #1023
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Bali Update #1022
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Bali Update #1021
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Bali Update #1020
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Bali Update #1019
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Bali Update #1018
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Bali Update #1017
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Bali Update #1016
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Bali Update #1015
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Bali Update #1014
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Bali Update #1013
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Bali Update #1012
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Bali Update #1011
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Bali Update #1010
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Bali Update #1009
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Bali Update #1007
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Bali Update #1006
December 14, 2015

Bali Update #1005
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Bali Update #1004
November 30, 2015

Bali Update #1003
November 23, 2015

Bali Update #1002
November 16, 2015

Bali Update #1001
November 09, 2015

Bali Update #1000
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Bali Update #998
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Bali Update #997
OCtober 12, 2015

Bali Update #996
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Bali Update #995
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Bali Update #994
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Bali Update #993
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Bali Update #992
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Bali Update #991
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Bali Update #989
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Bali Update #988
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Bali Update #986
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Bali Update #985
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Bali Update #984
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Bali Update #983
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Bali Update #982
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Bali Update #981
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Bali Update #980
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Bali Update #979
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Bali Update #978
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Bali Update #977
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Bali Update #976
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Bali Update #975
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Bali Update #974
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Bali Update #973
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Bali Update #972
April 20, 2015

Bali Update #971
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Bali Update #970
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Bali Update #969
March 30, 2015

Bali Update #968
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Bali Update #967
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Bali Update #966
March 09, 2015

Bali Update #965
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Bali Update #964
February 23, 2015

Bali Update #963
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Bali Update #962
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Bali Update #961
February 02, 2015

Bali Update #960
January 26, 2015

Bali Update #959
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Bali Update #958
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Bali Update #957
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Bali Update #956
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Bali Update #955
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Bali Update #954
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Bali Update #953
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Bali Update #952
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Bali Update #951
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Bali Update #950
November 17, 2014

Bali Update #949
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Bali Update #948
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Bali Update #947
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Bali Update #946
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Bali Update #945
October 13, 2014

Bali Update #944
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Bali Update #943
September 29, 2014

Bali Update #942
September 22, 2014

Bali Update #941
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Bali Update #940
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Bali Update #939
September 01, 2014

Bali Update #938
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Bali Update #937
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Bali Update #936
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Bali Update #935
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Bali Update #934
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Bali Update #933
July 21, 2014

Bali Update #932
July 14, 2014

Bali Update #931
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Bali Update #930
June 30, 2014

Bali Update #929
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Bali Update #928
June 16, 2014

Bali Update #927
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Bali Update #926
June 02, 2014

Bali Update #925
May 26, 2014

Bali Update #924
May 19, 2014

Bali Update #923
May 12, 2014

Bali Update #922
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Bali Update #921
April 28, 2014

Bali Update #920
April 21, 2014

Bali Update #919
April 14, 2014

Bali Update #918
April 07, 2014

Bali Update #917
March 30, 2014

Bali Update #916
March 24, 2014

Bali Update #915
March 17, 2014

Bali Update #914
March 10, 2014

Bali Update #913
March 03, 2014

Bali Update #912
February 24, 2014

Bali Update #911
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Bali Update #910
February 10, 2014

Bali Update #909
February 03, 2014

Bali Update #908
January 27, 2014

Bali Update #907
January 20, 2014

Bali Update #906
January 13, 2014

Bali Update #905
January 06, 2014

Bali Update #904
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Bali Update #903
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Bali Update #902
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Bali Update #901
December 09, 2013

Bali Update #900
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Bali Update #899
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Bali Update #898
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Bali Update #897
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Bali Update #896
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Bali Update #895
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Bali Update #894
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Bali Update #893
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Bali Update #892
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Bali Update #891
September 30, 2013

Bali Update #890
September 23, 2013

Bali Update #889
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Bali Update #888
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Bali Update #887
September 02, 2013

Bali Update #886
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Bali Update #885
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Bali Update #884
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Bali Update #883
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Bali Update #882
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Bali Update #881
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Bali Update #880
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Bali Update #879
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Bali Update #878
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Bali Update #877
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Bali Update #876
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Bali Update #875
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Bali Update #874
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Bali Update #873
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Bali Update #872
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Bali Update #871
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Bali Update #870
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Bali Update #869
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Bali Update #868
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Bali Update #867
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Bali Update #866
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Bali Update #865
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Bali Update #864
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Bali Update #863
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Bali Update #862
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Bali Update #861
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Bali Update #860
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Bali Update #859
February 18, 2013

Bali Update #858
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Bali Update #857
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Bali Update #856
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Bali Update #855
January 21, 2013

Bali Update #854
January 14, 2013

Bali Update #853
January 07, 2013

Bali Update #852
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Bali Update #851
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Bali Update #850
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Bali Update #849
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Bali Update #848
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Bali Update #847
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Bali Update #846
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Bali Update #845
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Bali Update #844
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Bali Update #843
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Bali Update #842
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Bali Update #841
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Bali Update #839
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Bali Update #839
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Bali Update #837
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Bali Update #836
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Bali Update #835
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Bali Update #834
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Bali Update #831
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Bali Update #831
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Bali Update #829
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Bali Update #828
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Bali Update #827
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Bali Update #826
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Bali Update #825
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Bali Update #824
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Bali Update #823
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Bali Update #822
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Bali Update #821
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Bali Update #820
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Bali Update #819
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Bali Update #818
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Bali Update #817
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Bali Update #816
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Bali Update #815
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Bali Update #814
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Bali Update #813
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Bali Update #812
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Bali Update #810
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Bali Update #809
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Bali Update #808
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Bali Update #807
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Bali Update #806
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Bali Update #805
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Bali Update #804
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Bali Update #803
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Bali Update #802
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Bali Update #801
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Bali Update #800
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Bali Update #799
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Bali Update #798
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Bali Update #797
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Bali Update #796
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Bali Update #795
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Bali Update #794
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Bali Update #793
November 14, 2011

Bali Update #792
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Bali Update #791
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Bali Update #790
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Bali Update #789
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Bali Update #788
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Bali Update #787
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Bali Update #786
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Bali Update #785
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Bali Update #784
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Bali Update #783
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Bali Update #782
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Bali Update #781
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Bali Update #780
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Bali Update #779
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Bali Update #778
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Bali Update #777
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Bali Update #776
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Bali Update #775
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Bali Update #774
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Bali Update #773
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Bali Update #772
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Bali Update #771
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Bali Update #770
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Bali Update #769
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Bali Update #768
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Bali Update #767
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Bali Update #766
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Bali Update #765
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Bali Update #764
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Bali Update #763
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Bali Update #762
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Bali Update #761
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Bali Update #760
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Bali Update #759
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Bali Update #758
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Bali Update #757
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Bali Update #756
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Bali Update #755
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Bali Update #754
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Bali Update #753
February 14, 2011

Bali Update #752
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Bali Update #751
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Bali Update #750
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Bali Update #749
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Bali Update #747
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Bali Update #746
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Bali Update #745
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Bali Update #744
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Bali Update #743
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Bali Update #742
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Bali Update #741
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Bali Update #740
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Bali Update #739
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Bali Update #737
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Bali Update #736
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Bali Update #735
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Bali Update #734
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Bali Update #733
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Bali Update #731
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Bali Update #729
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Bali Update #727
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Bali Update #725
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Bali Update #724
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Bali Update #723
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Bali Update #722
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Bali Update #721
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Bali Update #720
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Bali Update #719
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Bali Update #718
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Bali Update #717
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Bali Update #716
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Bali Update #715
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Bali Update #714
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Bali Update #713
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Bali Update #712
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Bali Update #711
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Bali Update #710
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Bali Update #709
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Bali Update #708
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Bali Update #707
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Bali Update #706
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Bali Update #705
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Bali Update #704
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Bali Update #703
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Bali Update #691
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Bali Update #690
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