Thursday, 5th May 2016
Feature
  • West Sulawesi needs industrial development
    29th January 2016
    The Indonesian province of West Sulawesi needs industrial development as it will play an important role in improving the economic conditions in various districts. Every district in West Sulawesi wants to eradicate poverty ...
  • Golkar Party ready to support government, appoint new leader
    28th January 2016
    The Golkar Party is entering a new chapter after its Chairman, Aburizal Bakrie, hinted that he plans to step down, and gave a green light for the party to support the current government. The Golkar Party, under the ...
  • Visually impaired people want better welfare
    28th January 2016
    The visually impaired people in Indonesia want better welfare, good education, a satisfying job, a fulfilling family life, enjoyable leisure and social activities, and a chance to participate in public life like anyone else. ...
  • Indonesian Tourism Promoted Widely After Winning Regional, International Awards
    27th January 2016
    Indonesian tourism has been widely promoted across the world after bagging the ASEAN and UN tourism awards in the beginning of this year. The country won prizes in several categories at the 12th United Nations World ...
  • RI must protect its citizens overeseas from ISIS` influence
    27th January 2016
    Indonesia, which has millions of migrant workers overseas, particularly in the Middle East, should protect them from the influence of the ISIS radical group. After all, as per reports, certain Indonesian citizens did join ...
  • Indonesia considering exclusive prison for terrorists, pre-emptive detention powers
    24th January 2016
    The Indonesian government is preparing to effect a revision in Law No. 15 Year 2003 on counter-terrorism, following a terror attack in the heart of Jakarta, not too far from the Presidential Palace, on January 14. ...
  • Indonesia still studying divestment share price offered by freeport
    23rd January 2016
    PT Freeport Indonesia (FI), one of the worlds largest copper and gold mines, has set the price for 10.64 percent stake it is to divest this year at US$1.7 billion (Rp23 trillion). It has been considered overpriced by some ...
  • Household waste can be another treasure
    23rd January 2016
    For years, a steady stream of waste materials has made its way into landscapes, landfills, waterways, and garbage incinerators, but now creative people have turned garbage into handicraft and art products and begun marketing ...
  • Indonesia braces for La Nina-induced heavy rainy season
    21st January 2016
    Indonesia was hit hard by the El Nino weather phenomenon last year and has been described by experts as one of the worst ever to be experienced in history. El Nino triggered a prolonged drought, caused crop failures, and ...
  • Indonesia to focus on downstream industry
    21st January 2016
    Indonesia will focus on developing its downstream industry to process raw materials and export finished goods with added value in order to catch up with other Asian countries, such as Japan. To achieve the goal, the ...