Wednesday, 29th July 2015
Feature
  • Indonesia begins sinking illegal fishing boats
    6th December 2014
    Indonesia has detained 155 foreign fishing vessels and, on Friday, sunk three of them, a stern measure lauded by all sides at home to clear the countrys water of foreign fish poachers. "We have detained five large foreign ...
  • Indonesian, Filipino Businessmen Encouraged To "Re-discover" Enduring Ties
    30th November 2014
    Sixty five years ago, the Philippines opened a consulate in Jakarta, and soon Indonesia followed the move by establishing a consulate in Manila, to mark the official diplomatic ties between the two neighboring countries. ...
  • Indonesia Reiterates Unwavering Support To Palestine
    29th November 2014
    - The Indonesian government organized an international seminar themed "Unwavering Support of Indonesia to Palestine and the Role of the United Nations" at the office of the foreign ministry on November 28, 2014. The ...
  • Indonesia better prepared for tsunamis
    25th November 2014
    For most Indonesians, the memories of the deadly tsunami, which devastated Aceh Darussalam Province and Nias Ditrict (North Sumatra Province) just one day after Christmas about ten years ago, are still fresh in their minds. ...
  • Government determined to jack up rubber price:
    25th November 2014
    The price of natural rubber, which is one of the countrys major export earners, has been on the decline in the past three years. After peaking at US$4 per kilogram in 2011, the price of natural rubber shrank to as low as ...
  • Indonesia Hospital In Gaza Awaits Medical Supplies
    25th November 2014
    - The construction of the Indonesia Hospital in Gaza, Palestine, has been completed, but the supply of medical equipment and facilities is being hampered by traffic restrictions on people and goods in areas bordering Gaza and ...
  • Legislators proceed with attempt to question president
    25th November 2014
    The governments decision to raise the prices of subsidized fuels when the world crude price is on the decline has led to certain legislators deciding to use the parliamentary interpellation right to question the president. ...
  • Indonesian people great at Mahakam block
    24th November 2014
    Recently, a number of journalists paid a visit to the oil and gas drilling rigs in the Handil Field of Total E&P Indonesie in the Mahakam Block in East Kalimantan in order to see the process of the French company's oil and ...
  • Support for nuclear power plant development on the rise
    22nd November 2014
    - Several years ago, local people, non-governmental organizations, and environmentalists were opposed to a government plan to build a nuclear power plant (PLTN) at the foot of Mount Muria in the northeastern coast of Central ...
  • Indonesia aims for world-class military technology
    21st November 2014
    Aiming for world-class military technology, the Republic of Indonesia is committed to advancing the countrys defense industry by promoting joint cooperation between local and overseas defense firms. Through such ...