The Department of Law and Human Rights has officially rejected a Corby request to move to the Bangli Prison. The Bangli Prison is still in Bali but it is closer to the Australian Consulate in comparison to Kerobokan Prison. The other feature of the Corby request was that one of the reasons was her deteriorating mental health.
By all reports Corby's mental health is still precarious. This may or may not be true. Nevertheless, the manner in which the rejection is characterized is certainly not going to be of any assistance in improving the Corby depression.
The basic reason for the rejection is that she has not served a long enough portion of her sentence. It seems that if she had served 3/4 of her sentence then the request might have been considered favourably. This comment suggests two things; the Department is not going to provide any preferential treatment to Corby and that they expect her to do her sentence in Bali.