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  1. Indonesia deports Australian journalist for visa violationsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    An Australian journalist has been deported from Indonesia for reporting without a proper visa as she covered two Australian drug traffickers on death row, an immigration official said Saturday. Candace Sutton, a reporter for the Daily Mail, was taken in for questioning by immigration officials on Wednesday as she interviewed a relative of one of the Australian convicts in the coastal town of Cilacap.

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  2. Borobudur StoneworkRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Outlook

    One of the truly unfortunate misconceptions of architectural book publishing relies on the misguided belief that the coffee-table format is itself an indication of good architecture. Books on monuments, forts, palaces, castles have to be lavish colour spreads of enormous wide-angled photographs that leave the reader - or rather the viewer - groping in breathless ecstasy.

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  3. JAKARTA: Indonesia military issues social media warning to its personnelRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    The Indonesian Military has warned its personnel against using social media, as it says doing so may compromise national security. On Friday, the Indonesian Air Force issued a letter reminding personnel active on social media of the dangers of using such platforms.

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  4. Green Street Arts Center Students Teach Hip Hop to Visiting Indonesian DancersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Patch.com

    On Feb. 5, the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center hosted dancers from the Connecticut premier of Tari Aceh! . The performance features a group of nine female performers from Aceh, Indonesia on their first-ever tour of the United States.

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  5. Indonesia makes Islamic-tourism pushRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bangkok Post

    In November photo, a local visitor prays at a beach near the town of Sekaroh on the island of Lombok in Indonesia's West Nusa Tenggara province. Lombok is at the centre of an Islamic tourism drive in Indonesia, which has the world's biggest Muslim population and is hoping to boost the number of visitors from wealthy Middle Eastern countries.

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  6. Indonesia to deport Australian journalist who covered death-row story while on tourist visaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Straits Times

    An Australian journalist will be deported from Indonesia on Friday after being caught covering the story of two Australian drug traffickers on death row without the correct visa, the immigration authorities said. Ms Candace Sutton, a reporter for the Daily Mail, was taken in for questioning by immigration officials on Wednesday as she interviewed a relative of one of the Australian convicts at a hotel on the main island of Java.

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  7. Axis Capital Group Grows with Singapore Infrastructure and Construction IndustryRead the original story

    Thursday | Mortgage News Daily

    The infrastructure industry is growing by the minute and not only does it affect the leading cities in Asia like China and India on its growth but developing nations as well such as Indonesia and Singapore. Axis Capital Group, with branches on both countries, has predicted this growth and has leveled with the biggest names in the industry in Singapore.

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  8. News from around the Asia Pacific region, Feb 27.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | 4 Hoteliers

    Hotel industry and travel news from around the Asia Pacific region; this week: Indonesian Rupiah remains weak, Danang gets a new entertainment Park and more... The Indonesian Rupiah remains weak amidst the weak global oil prices. Since its peak in March 2014, the Rupiah has weakened by 5.7% against the Singapore dollar.

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  9. Computers beat humans at Space InvadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | NEWS.com.au

    FIRST there were fighter jets, now there are army tanks. Indonesia is ready to remove Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran from prison and deliver them to their death.

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  10. Irish GAA player Lisa Orsi suffered 'extreme altitude sickness'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Independent.ie

    In a Facebook post thanking the many friends who have rallied around the family since news of the tragedy emerged, her mother Sharon Orsi explained the family are currently in Singapore and are awaiting the results of some tests they have requested on "our baby". "Due to the fact that Lisa's illness happened in Java and we are now in Singapore, we have a lot of red tape to get through," she added.

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  11. Six Senses to Open All-Suite and -Villa Resort in BaliRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Hospitality Net

    Six Senses Hotels, Resorts and Spas Park Ventures Ecoplex, Unit 902 - 904, 9th Floor, 57 Wireless Road Bangkok, 10330 Thailand Phone: +66-2-631-9777 Fax: +66-2-631-9799 Visit Website Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas has announced that it will develop a resort in the southwest of Bali at Uluwatu, a 35-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. The resort is set atop a rugged cliff, sharing the spectacular ocean views with the island's famed Uluwatu Temple.

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  12. Charity bus and long-termhelper Dulcie delight the FringeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | NEWS.com.au

    AS AUSTRALIA'S relationship with Indonesia teeters on the brink, activists in Jakarta have sent a clear message to Prime Minister Tony Abbott. WE could have funded 50,000 hip replacements with the $1 billion we've spent on a digital health record doctors won't use.

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  13. AirAsia X chief outlines turnaround planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Bangkok Post

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's AirAsia X will cut flights on unprofitable routes, reorganise staff and defer some aircraft deliveries to turn around the loss-making long-haul budget carrier. "Capacity reduction and cost-cutting within the organisation would be two strategies this year," Benyamin Ismail, the acting chief executive of AirAsia X said in a telephone interview yesterday.

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  14. Disney On Downhill SkisRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Forbes.com

    Ong Chih Ching isn't big on run-of-the-mill projects. In 2018 the executive chairman of Singapore developer KOP Ltd. plans to open the first phase of Northernlight, a fantasy-like, mixed-use development on a 180,000-square-meter site in Shanghai that will boast Winterland, the world's largest indoor ski slope , as well as theaters, serviced apartments and offices.

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  15. Asian Fusian Barbecue with Tobias HarrisRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    "It was a perfect way for me to develop a sensitivity to what makes a restaurant work," he says. "Why people come, what are the touch points they remember."

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  16. Indonesia hopes Islamic tourism drive will draw visitorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | CTV

    Just a short hop from the Indonesian holiday hotspot of Bali, a Saudi tourist and his family listen to the call to prayer as the sun goes down on Lombok, the self-styled "island of 1,000 mosques". Lombok is at the centre of an Islamic tourism drive in Indonesia, which has the world's biggest Muslim population and is hoping to boost the number of visitors from wealthy Middle Eastern countries.

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  17. AirAsia launches its ASEAN passRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Stuff.co.nz

    SEE ASIA ON A BUDGET: AirAsia's ASEAN pass opens up southeast Asian travel across 140 of their routes for a mere $213. After a six-week postponement, AirAsia have finally launched their ASEAN pass , opening up southeast Asian travel across 140 of their routes for a mere US$160 .

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  18. AirAsia X thinks it can convince passengers to pay moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The Age

    AirAsia X is one of the largest foreign carriers to Australia, but last year it reported a dismal financial performance on its flights from Australia to Kuala Lumpur. Photo: Supplied Fancy paying 16 per cent more for your flight to Asia and then spending 20 per cent more on other items, like in-flight Wi-Fi, food and duty free to accompany it this year? Low-cost carrier AirAsia X's new management team is betting it can bank the savings from the decline in the price of fuel and still convince passengers to pay more for their tickets as part of a turnaround plan.

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  19. 35 Of The Best Shortlisted Photos In The 2015 Sony World Photography AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Switched

    The 2015 Sony World Photography Awards started accepting entries last year, ushering in a months-long competition poised to unearth the best emerging and professional photographers around the globe. We've been following the contest since last September , showcasing the best entries submitted in categories like travel, arts and culture, landscape, nature and wildlife, architecture, people and contemporary issues.

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  20. Football: Blues edge past Maziya with late goalRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Newkerala.com

    A stoppage time goal by Shankar Sampangiraj saw Bengaluru FC snatching a 2-1 win over Maziya of Maldives in a Group E league match of the AFC Cup tournament here Tuesday. After skipper Sunil Chhetri put the Blues ahead with a 68th minute strike, the visitors equalized through Mohamed Umair in the 89th minute before Sampangiraj sealed the game for the hosts in the stoppage time with a header off a Sean Rooney free-kick.

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