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    PVMBG Called Out the White Smoke from Mount Agung It’s Good, Here’s the Explanation!

    AMLAPURA – The exit of gas and white smoke from Mount Agung is actually a good thing.

    Because the actual gas that accumulates too much in the stomach of Mount Agung, the energy that comes out can be very large.

    With the smoke coming out to 1,500 meters, it is actually good to reduce the pressure inside Mount Agung.

    We just wish it was often that come out like that.

    In order to accumulate the pressure below it decreases and decreases.

    So that later this magma, it is the gas that moves the magma.

    If for example this gas is released, it will not be at once or smaller. That’s good.

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    Three Depots Ready to Handle Long Stay Relocation from Priok Port

    Three container depot facilities are ready to become buffer area of ​​relocation activities of long stay import goods that have pocketed the Goods Delivery Order (SPPB) / already customs clearance from Tanjung Priok Port container terminal.

    The three depots are operated by PT Royal G & G Logistics, PT Forway and PT Tenders Marine Indonesia (TMI). Thus the results of service user surveys include the Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI) of Jakarta, yesterday.

    In Permenhub No: 25/2017 on the Time Limit of Container Deposits in the four Main Ports (Tanjung Priok, Tanjung Perak, Belawan and Makasar) mentioned stacking in Line 1 for a maximum of 3 days.

    In the Port of Tanjung Priok, there are currently five export / import container terminal operators namely; JICT, TPK Koja, Mustika Alam Lestari (MAL), Terminal 3 Priok, and NPCT-1.

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    Authority: Terminal to Immediate Relocation of Imported Long Stay Container

    JAKARTA – The Tanjung Priok Port Authority Office has instructed all import container terminals in the port to immediately relocate imported containers that have clearance of customs and more than 3 days accumulate in one port line (long stay).

    Head of Tanjung Priok Port Authority, I Nyoman Gede Saputera, said that the management and container terminal management must comply with the instruction because it has been mandated through Permenhub No: 25/2017 on the Container Port Container Delivery Time of Tanjung Priok, Tanjung Perak Surabaya, Belawan , and Makassar.

    Nyoman said on Monday (9/10/2017), his agency has also issued the Head of OP Tanjung Priok Decision Letter No: UM008 / 27/11 / OP.TPK-2017 on mechanisms and procedures for moving goods beyond the stacking time limit.

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    Help Only to Those in Need

    Bali Governor Urges Those from ‘Safe Villages’ Staying in Evacuee Camps to Rent a Hotel Room

    (10/2/2017)

    RadarBali.com reports that there are indications that Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika’s patience may be at an end with evacuees who fled villages not under threat from a Mt. Agung eruption.

    During an emergency coordination meeting for responders and experts on the continuing volcano alert for Mount Agung held at the Tanah Ampo Port in Karangasem on Friday, September 29, 2017, the Governor complained that residents from 51 villages considered outside the “danger zone” have also joined the exodus to temporary camps. This overreaction has put an unnecessary strain on efforts to meet the needs of those who have taken refuge from villages officially considered to be under threat from any potential eruption.

    Expressing his frustration and urging people not from villages under threat to leave the temporary camps, Pastika said: “If the residents of the 51 safe villages don’t want to return to their homes in Karangasem, that’s not a problem. If they feel they have friends in Denpasar (where they can stay) then that’s all right. The rich ones should feel free to rent a hotel room. Go ahead, it’s not a problem.”

    To the residents of the 27 villages officially declared at threat the Governor urged then, rich or poor, to remain in the temporary camps. “No one forced them to become evacuees. Many who have the money have contracted a house in Denpasar. The main point is we are only helping the evacuees who need our financial help,” said Pastika.

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    Korean student arrested for shoplifting at Bali’s Beachwalk mall

    A Korean student’s stay in Bali has gone from holiday fun to hassling with police after the young woman was caught shoplifting at Kuta’s Beachwalk mall.

    The student, identified by police as JL, 26, was apprehended after two shops at Beachwalk filed police reports, Kuta Police Chief Wayan Sumara told reporters on Monday.

    Officers have opened an investigation, interviewing witnesses and checking CCTV footage.

    “The perpetrator was secured at her accommodation at Komala Indah, Kuta, Badung after we identified the female student,” Sumara said, as quoted by Merdeka.

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