Tuesday, 1st September 2015
Feature
  • Haedar Nashir named new muhammadiyah general chairman
    6th August 2015
    Only in ten minute-election process involving 13 formators, Muhammadiyah as one of the countrys major Muslim organizations successfully elected its new executive board general chairman Dr Haedar Nashir during its congress in ...
  • KPU reopens registration for regional head elections
    6th August 2015
    Seven regions were facing issues in implementing the simultaneous regional head elections (pilkada) for having less than two tickets. However, the problem has been resolved for the time being as the General Elections ...
  • Preparations ripe for Tomohon Flower Festival
    5th August 2015
    Preparations are now ripe for the highly awaited Tomohon International Flower Festival to be held August 8 to 12, 2015 in the city of Tomohon, North Sulawesi. Known as the city of flowers, Tomohon will again host the ...
  • Core inflation trend affirms Indonesia`s current economic stability
    5th August 2015
    As announced by the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) on Monday, August 3, the inflation trend indicates that Indonesias current economic conditions are stable. Although the July 2015 inflation rate increased to 0.93 ...
  • Muhammadiyah seeks new leader
    3rd August 2015
    Muhammadiyah, the second-largest Islamic organization in Indonesia, is seeking a new and perfect chief to lead the nation and organization towards rapid progress. During its 47th national congress, which began on August 3 ...
  • Indonesian drought will not cause rice shortage
    3rd August 2015
    The ongoing drought affecting various parts of Indonesia will not cause shortage of rice this year as the government has taken anticipatory steps to reduce its impacts on rice fields. Indonesia has set its rice production ...
  • Indonesia bracing for worse impact of El Nino
    3rd August 2015
    The weather phenomenon El Nino has started to take toll in some parts of Indonesia. Harvest failures were already reported in a number of areas such as Lebak in Banten and haze from forest and bush fires caused breathing ...
  • Indonesians should store water when it is available in abundance
    1st August 2015
    Indonesia is prone to hydro-meteorological natural disasters, as many parts of the country are often flooded during the rainy season, but in the dry season drought has struck a number of districts, as is happening currently. ...
  • Papua`s cultural events effectively attracting tourists
    31st July 2015
    Annual events, such as the cultural festivals of Lake Sentani, Baliem Valley, and Humboldt Bay have proven effective in attracting both domestic and foreign tourists to Indonesias easternmost province of Papua. Increasingly ...
  • Riau calls for private companies to help fight wildfires
    29th July 2015
    It certainly is no easy task to break the vicious cycle of annual forest, peat land and plantation fires, which have affected Riau Province over the past 17 years. Despite the Joko Widodo (Jokowi) administrations vow to ...