Monday, 20th February 2017
Feature
  • Difficult transportation to Enggano Island
    14th February 2017
    In Enggano, one of the small islands on the west coast of Sumatra, more than 3,000 people are now having difficulties getting the reliable transportation they need. Transport from Bengkulu to Enggano Island plays a key role ...
  • Keep moving to combat terorrism
    13th February 2017
    Indonesia is combating terrorism consistently and simultaneously, both domestically and internationally, to create security and peace. The Indonesian government constantly hunts for terrorists by collecting information and ...
  • Trump`s game on tariff
    12th February 2017
    On the day of his inauguration, the United States President Donald Trump stated that he was going to prioritize America and that "every decision on trade, taxes, immigration and foreign affairs will be made to benefit American ...
  • Indonesia committed to contributing to un peacekeeping missions
    10th February 2017
    Indonesia has been participating in the United Nations (UN) peacekeeping missions since 1957 and until now remains committed to contributing to the organizations efforts to maintain peace in the conflict-torn parts of the ...
  • Hoping for a calm cooling-off period of simultaneous "pilkada"
    9th February 2017
    Over 40 million eligible voters are expected to go to polling stations in 101 regions across Indonesia for the upcoming regional head elections, or locally called pilkada, which will take place simultaneously on Feb 15, 2017. ...
  • Jokowi kicks off ball marking start of President Cup 2017
    5th February 2017
    Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) kicked off the ball, marking the opening of President Cup II 2017 national soccer championship, at Maguwohardjo International Stadium in Sleman, Yogyakarta, on Saturday. The ...
  • Indonesia needs to rejuvenate palm oil plantations
    4th February 2017
    With some 11.6 million hectares of plantations, Indonesia needs to rejuvenate its palm oil trees to maintain its position as the worlds largest crude palm oil (CPO) producer. The country needs to rejuvenate its palm oil ...
  • Government planning to certify Islamic religious preachers
    4th February 2017
    The government, through the Religious Affairs Ministry, is contemplating certifying religious clerics and preachers of Friday prayers in a bid to offer standardization guidelines and to reinforce religious propagation in the ...
  • Indonesia hopes US would remain open, tolerant country
    4th February 2017
    Thank God, Indonesia, the largest Muslim-majority country, is not on the list of "Muslim travel ban" executive order signed by new US President Donald Trump on Jan 27, 2017, a week after his presidential inauguration. ...
  • Garuda Indonesia expands flights in Papua
    31st January 2017
    The easternmost provinces of West Papua and Papua, which were formerly one province called Irian Jaya before they were split into two provinces in 2003, have difficult geographical conditions for transportation services. ...