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Many unreliable and conflicting news stories emerged from East Timor in the early years of independence. The situation has improved with better media services now available but some caution is still advised.
If you go to Google Alerts and enter the search term “Timor” and your e-mail address you can get links to Timor related news e-mailed to you daily, weekly or as news appears.
While the major news media provide some news, it is also interesting to search for additional news sources which offer more personal perspectives from people who are living in Dili or have reliable personal contact with the local people. It is not feasible to maintain reliable links to such sources on this site but some can be accessed through links on this page at sites such as East Timor Directory and general internet searches. There are also a number of news groups which provide news about East Timor.
Wikipedia is another website with useful East Timor information and links to many other relevant sources including copyright free maps.
Any Australians considering travel to East Timor should monitor the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Smartraveller Advisory Service East Timor page. This web page is also useful to anyone with acquaintances in East Timor. The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade also provides an e-mail advisory service to alert you to any changes in the travel advice for any country where you have a continuing interest.
The links listed below provide a range of East Timor related information either directly or through links they include.
|PALMS Australia||Catholic lay agency that trains volunteers and places them overseas|
|East Timor Education Fund||Australian group helping with education in a rural district of East Timor|
|Caritas Dili East Timor||An East Timorese Catholic aid organisation with international links|
|AusAID (East Timor page)||East Timor development programs funded by Australian Government|
|Mary MacKillop East Timor||Fosters a range of opportunities for the people of East Timor|
|Science of Life Systems 24/7||Equipping youth with life skills in East Timor and elsewhere|
|Bairo Pite Clinic||About East Timor health, this clinic and many useful links|
|HIAM Health||An East Timorese NGO dealing with health and social problems|
|Ba Futuru (For the Future)||An East Timorese NGO building peace for the future with children|
|Alola Foundation||Works for the advancement of women in East Timor|
|East Timor Law and Justice Bulletin||Current and archived record of legal issues in East Timor|
|East Timor Directory||An extensive but variable quality directory of East Timorese web links|
|East Timor Government||The official East Timor Government website|
|East Timor Ministry of Finance||Provides some government budget related documents|
|La’o Hamutuk||Provides recent important government and related documents|
|United Nations Timor-Leste Programme||UN development programme for East Timor and related information|
|Asian Development Bank – Timor-Leste||Includes detailed Asian Development Bank reports about East Timor|
|World Bank – East Timor||Includes detailed World Bank reports about East Timor|
|ANZ Bank – East Timor||About the ANZ Bank in East Timor|
|Moris Rasik||Micro-finance in East Timor|
|Tour de Timor||East Timor’s international cycle race|
|Brisbane East Timor Community Centre||A community centre for East Timorese in Brisbane and their friends|
|United Nations map of East Timor region||A high quality map with detail of the East Timor region|
|Lonely Planet World East Timor Guide||Information about travel to and within East Timor|
|ANU bibliography of East Timor||A very comprehensive listing from Australian National University|
|University of Coimbra – TimorNet||Portuguese sourced history and geography but no recent information|
|East Timor & Indonesia Action Network||An extensive site on East Timor’s recent history and current issues|
|UN Millennium Development Goals||United Nations Millennium Development Goals for 2015|
|Grameen Organisation||Microcredit, banking and related services for the poor|
|Grameen Foundation Australia||Australian partner with the Grameen Bank and Grameen Trust|