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SPECIAL BEER RULES FOR BALI

A ruling from the Minister of Trade limiting the sales of beer at convenience stores and warungs was set to take effect on April 15, 2015.  As reported by Beritadewata.com, minimarkets across Bali claimed they no longer have beer to sell and were not receiving new supplies from beer distributors. A few shops admitted to have old stocks of beer that they would sell until finished and then not restock. Read more from balidiscovery.com here …. 

CYBER CRIME ARRESTS

Some 39 suspects from China and Taiwan had been arrested from a luxurious villa in Indonesia’s resort island Bali on April 4, 2015, for allegedly involving in cyber crimes, an Indonesian police office said. “We are going to hand them over to the People’s Republic of China’s police today, as soon as we finish all administrative procedures,” Chief of the Bali Provincial Police Inspector General Ronny Sompie stated Monday. Read more from The Bali Times here … 

 

25 AMAZING COCKTAILS

Some people do not drink cocktails saying they are too expensive but there is still many people who prefer this beverage to anything else. So why are cocktails so popular? To find out, we took a closer look at them and made a list of 25 most popular cocktails with their recipes. Can you try all of them in one night? (We’re kidding…please don’t try all of these in one night. And please remember not to drink and drive after having one of these amazing cocktails). By Petr  Habarta, read more here …

BEER TODAY, GONE TOMORROW

The Jakarta Globe is reporting a regulation supported by Islamic groups that is scheduled to come into effect next month will prohibit the sale of beer at convenience stores and other small shops in the world’s fourth-most populous country.

The ban adds to a growing list of measures by President Joko Widodo’s administration that run counter to the pro- business messages he presented while campaigning for office last year. Read more here …