How Bali's Tolak Reklamasi Movement, Emboldened by Victory, Is Trying to Tackle the Rest of the Island's Woes
All's not well on the Island of the Gods.
By going door to door in Bali's villages, a psychiatry professor and a team of volunteers are uncovering the uncomfortable truth of the island's mental health crisis.
Some lineups are empty for a reason.
The majority of groundwater in Bali goes to luxury villas and golf courses, leaving some locals to resort to stealing from neighbors for their everyday water needs.
We watched the world’s best arborists clamber for gold.
Locals are worried about a food crisis, but Australian tourists are still flooding in.
The island's tourism boom continues to draw construction workers from across Indonesia—many of them women who work backbreaking days in the tropical sun for less pay than their male counterparts.
“You could have had two keepers in there and it was going in,” said Harry Kewell of Tommy Rogic’s 64 minute wonder strike.
Wes Capper Is The Globetrotting World Champion Australian Combat Sports "Slut" You’ve Never Heard Of
From a kickboxing world title to duelling Mexican cab drivers and surviving Floyd Mayweather’s infamous “dog-house,” Wes Capper has taken the long way round.
"I just wanna bring to light all the positive aspects of our culture and really encourage kids to be proud and not be afraid to have a go," says proud Gumbaynggirr-Bundjalung man, Otis Carey.