Saturday, 1st November 2014
Feature
  • Indonesian govt still taking stock of flood-affected rice fields
    26th January 2014
    The current floods that have displaced many residents or forced them to evacuate in different parts of Indonesia, have also caused considerable damage to the countrys rice fields. However the Ministry of Agriculture has ...
  • Damaged roads after floods hamper food distribution
    26th January 2014
    The recent flash floods in a number of areas in Indonesia particularly in Jakarta that damaged several roads have hampered transportation, especially disrupted the distribution of raw materials to industrial centers. ...
  • Japanese Cuisine in Indonesia Focuses on Taste, Menus Food Safety
    25th January 2014
    Japanese companies are more active in promoting their native foods in the Indonesian market due to increasing interest in Japanese foods and the desire by the Indonesian public for high quality foods. In Indonesia, the ...
  • Jember district to enjoy new airport
    21st January 2014
    The Jember district, located in the eastern part of East Java, is in desperate need of better air transport facilities in order to boost tourism in the region. The northern and eastern parts of Jember have spectacular ...
  • Will Pertamina benefit from its acquisition of PGN?
    21st January 2014
    State-owned oil and gas company Pertaminas plan to acquire state gas distributor firm PGN is under government evaluation, though it was earlier reported that the government has agreed to it. "There is no final statement ...
  • Security During General Elections To Be Prioritized
    20th January 2014
    Ahead of the legislative and presidential elections scheduled on April 9 and July 9, respectively, the government has laid emphasis on securing the implementation of the elections, often dubbed a "party of democracy" in ...
  • 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 ...