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    Pelindo III Add 8 Harbor Mobile Crane Units

    JAKARTA – PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero) adds the power of its production equipment in the form of 8 units of Harbor Mobile Crane or HMC. The addition of such facilities to provide services to port service users.

    The procurement of eight HMC units was carried out by a subsidiary of Pelindo III, PT Berlian Jasa Terminal Indonesia (BJTI Port), imported from Germany and transported separately in the form of spare parts / parts to be re-assembled. Of the 8 HMC, 4 units have a capacity of 100 tons and four others with a capacity of 125 tons.

    President Director of BJTI Port Putut Srimuljanto said three HMC units have been imported, while three units will come in December 2017 and two other units will come in February 2018.

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    When Families Dine So Other Families May Prosper

    Every Child Matters’ Sunday Brunch At Boneka Restaurant in Support of UNICEF on Sunday, November 19, 2017

    (11/3/2017)

    Each year, The St. Regis Bali Resort, as part of Marriott International, holds an annual event in support of UNICEF. On Sunday, 19 November 2017, The St. Regis Bali Resort presents  “Every Child Matters” Brunch.

    On that date, family and friends can dine in a chic ambient enjoying the legendary lavish Sunday brunch at Boneka while helping more than 4.5 million children across the globe via the Check Out for Children Program (COFC).

    Part of the proceeds from the lunch will be donated to UNICEF.

    Since its inception, COFC has raised Over $35 million has been donated to help UNICEF.

    The Boneka Sunday Brunch is known for its refined taste and flavor via three-brunch concept comprised of an extensive buffet, sumptuous à la carte items and endless delicious distraction of pass around delicacies.

    The Sunday Brunch starts with complimentary aperitifs, including The St. Regis signature Bloody Mary from 11:00 AM at King Cole Bar. The gastronomic excellence unfolds at noon, presenting premium à la carte delights including lobster omelet, Wagyu beef steak and eggs, caviar and foie gras, as well as homemade specialties conveniently brought to you by the servers in non-stop pass-around.

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    The distinctive buffet also features an outdoor grill station showcasing the catch of the day, oysters and meat from The Carvery.  A mouth-watering selection of exquisite desserts waits at the finish line for the Boneka Sunday Brunch.

    The day’s festivities will be complemented by live jazz performed by Boneka’s resident artists.

    Rp. 690.000 net per person

    Rp. 345.000 net per child (for children between 3 – 12 years old)

    Enjoy complimentary access to Children’s Learning Center during brunch hours for the young connoisseurs.

     

     

    Boneka  ‘Every Child Matters” Sunday Brunch

    St. Regis Resort Bali

    Sunday, 19 November 2017

    11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

     

    For reservations Telephone  +62 – (0) 361 -300 6782

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    Two held over murder of elderly Dutch man in Bali

    Two men have been arrested over the murder of an elderly Dutch man whose decomposing body was found at his home on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali.

    The corpse of Robert Gilhooad, 80, was found on November 3 at his rental property in Jimbaran, a resort area in the southern part of the island.

    An autopsy concluded the Dutch expatriate had been murdered, said policeman Aris Purwanto, the region’s criminal investigative chief.

    “He had injuries to the left of his head,” he told AFP, adding that the perpetrator had used a steel object.

    Two suspects have been detained in connection with the crime, Purwanto said, without providing names.

    Police believe there was a monetary motive for killing Gilhooad, a long-term Bali resident who lived alone.

    The murder is the second in as many months in Jimbaran, a fishing village famous for its seafood restaurants.

    An elderly Japanese couple were found slashed and burned beyond recognition at their home on September 4.

    Petty crime is common on Bali, a popular tourist destination known for its tropical climate and palm-fringed beaches, but grisly murders are rare.

    Sources: https://coconuts.co/bali/news/two-held-murder-elderly-dutch-man-bali/
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