Thursday, 28th August 2014
Feature
  • Refugees of Mt Sinabung Survive Four-Month Ordeal
    20th January 2014
    Though the floods in Indonesia took over media space over the past week, it certainly does not indicate that the refugees from the prolonged Mount Sinabung eruption are forgotten or being ignored. President Susilo ...
  • Jakarta flood problem cannot be resolved overnight
    14th January 2014
    The floods, which repeatedly strike Jakarta and its neighboring areas with sickening regularity almost every year, is an indicator of the fact that the problem cannot be resolved overnight. So far, various efforts have ...
  • Govt urged to sternly deal with Australia`s boat turn-back policy
    10th January 2014
    Indonesia is observing a moratorium on cooperating with Australia on people-smuggling following a spying scandal revealed by the whistle-blower Edward Snowden and reported by the Australian media last year. The bilateral ...
  • In political year, even LPG price hike stirs political uproar
    8th January 2014
    As Indonesia gears up for the 2014 legislative and presidential elections, any important policy changes, including the price hike of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), can trigger a political uproar involving ruling and opposition ...
  • Manado-Bitung toll road construction cannot be postponed by otniel tamindael - (d)
    7th January 2014
    The construction of Manado-Bitung toll road in North Sulawesi province cannot be postponed because it is closely related to the interests of the local people and development. Besides, such a mega project in the province ...
  • "Hello Kemkes" ready to serve potential clients of BJPS
    7th January 2014
    "This is Hello Kemkes, Im Firman, can I help you?", a customer service officer of "Hello Kemkes" greeted Titik, who had called for information on the membership requirements for the National Health Insurance (JKN) scheme. ...
  • Is Pertamina monopolizing the 12-kg LPG cylinder business?
    6th January 2014
    The state-owned oil and gas company PT Pertamina was not monopolizing the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) business, stated the former secretary of state enterprises ministry Said Didu, on Monday, while contradicting claims from ...
  • Historical year for Indonesia`s forest protection
    1st January 2014
    During the past one year, the Indonesian government has made several historic policies and breakthroughs for the preservation of its forest, the worlds third largest after the Amazon in Brazil and Congos forest, if they are ...
  • EU-ASEAN Ties: Supporting, Sharing and Inspiring
    31st December 2013
    The European Union (EU) and the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) have been working closely to strengthen the ASEAN-EU Partnership and to support ASEANs goal of building ASEAN Community by 2015 and beyond. ...
  • Cruelty reports draws worldwide attention to Surabaya Zoo
    28th December 2013
    The Surabaya Zoo in East Java, once the pride of Southeast Asia, has received worldwide attention after the deaths of a number of animals over the past several years. The Daily Mail, on its website www.dailymail.co.uk, ...