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Kiwis' Bali holidays going ahead despite Mount Agung eruption

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 25 May 2019
Kiwis' Bali holidays going ahead despite Mount Agung eruptionKiwis destined for Bali can expect their travel plans to continue uninterrupted. Mount Agung erupted on Friday night, causing delays and cancelling flights out of Bali's airport with ash spreading over the south of the Indonesian...
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