Sunday, 24th May 2015
Feature
  • Sail Tomini Expected To Give Long Term Economic Benefits by Fardah
    9th May 2015
    The international maritime event Sail Tomini and Boalemo Festival 2015 was jointly launched by nine ministers, two governors, and two district heads at the Epicentrum Hotel, Jakarta, on May 5, 2015. The theme of the annual ...
  • Business of bond issuance expected to improve in q2
    9th May 2015
    - Despite delaying the issuance of bonds in Indonesia due to the economic gloom last year, several companies see better prospects in the second quarter of 2015 even though it is still overshadowed by economic slowdown. An ...
  • Mary Jane`s case draws sympathy from Indonesian NGOs
    8th May 2015
    The legal case involving Filipino migrant worker Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso has drawn significant attention, particularly from Indonesian NGOs and legal experts, as it helped put the countrys legal enforcement process in the ...
  • Indonesian contractors expected to boost capacity building
    4th May 2015
    Local contractors in the region are expected to improve their skills and develop more when the government, through the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing, simplifies the certification requirements and construction ...
  • Construction of Trans-Sumatra Toll Road finally begins
    3rd May 2015
    The plan to construct the Trans-Sumatra Toll Road, which will stretch over two thousand kilometers from south to north Sumatra, was made in 2012. Three years later, in April 2015, the groundbreaking ceremony of this ...
  • Construction of Trans-Sumatra Toll Road finally begins
    3rd May 2015
    The plan to construct the Trans-Sumatra Toll Road, which will stretch over two thousand kilometers from south to north Sumatra, was made in 2012. Three years later, in April 2015, the groundbreaking ceremony of this ...
  • Minister Maharani To Launch Sail Tomini In Jakarta Next Week
    2nd May 2015
    Sail Tomini, the seventh edition of the international maritime event Sail Indonesia, will be officially launched by Coordinating Minister for Culture and Human Resources Development Puan Maharani in Jakarta on May 5, this year. ...
  • Indonesia's Second Batch Executions Trigger Strong Reactions Overseas
    1st May 2015
    Despite pressures and appeals from various quarters at home as well as overseas, Indonesia went ahead and executed eight drug convicts on death row on Nusakambangan Island, April 29, 2015. Of the 10 convicts who were on ...
  • Benjina slavery case sheds light on other crimes
    28th April 2015
    The alleged slavery case by the Thai firm PT Pusaka Benjina Resource (PBR), based in Aru Island, Maluku province, has led to the revelation of other alleged crimes in the maritime and fishery sector. The Ministry of ...
  • Indonesian maritime axis vision is viable but may take long
    28th April 2015
    On his inauguration day, President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo pledged to restore the "jalesveva jayamahe" (on the sea we are glorious) motto, hence he will strive to transform Indonesia into a maritime nation. In line with the ...