Sunday, 26th October 2014
Feature
  • DAYR has positive impact on ambon city tourism
    29th August 2014
    The international Darwin to Ambon Yacht Race (DAYR) holds long-term advantages for the people of Ambon and Maluku, in general. Expected to help improve the welfare of the local people over the long term, the annual event ...
  • Yudhoyono helps ensure smooth transition of next government
    28th August 2014
    Since the beginning, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has expressed his intention to assist the next president Joko "Jokowi" Widodo in preparing for the transition from the current administration to the next government. ...
  • Pertamina lifts subsidized fuel oil sale restriction
    28th August 2014
    Subsidized fuel supplies are expected to return to normal, once state-owned oil and gas Pertamina lifts sale restrictions that are causing long queues at refilling stations in several regions in the past several days. "We ...
  • Raja Ampat`s endemic coral reefs well preserved
    28th August 2014
    Known for its intact marine ecosystem, West Papua Provinces district of Raja Ampat has been actively promoted worldwide in attracting tourists over the last five years. Literally meaning "Four Kings," Raja Ampat has ...
  • Pertamina CEO resigns to tend to her family
    21st August 2014
    After devoting herself to state oil and gas company PT Pertamina for more than six years, Galaila Karen Agustiawan finally tendered her resignation from her post as the companys CEO to tend to her family. State Enterprises ...
  • Indonesian students to raise national flag in Netherlands
    17th August 2014
    A group of students from the School of Indonesia Nederland (SIN) will hoist the flag at the 69th Independence Day commemoration, organised by the Indonesian Embassy at The Hague in The Netherlands, August 17.The thirteen ...
  • Indonesian govt unveils Rp2,019.9 trillion budget plan
    15th August 2014
    Indonesian government has unveiled its 2015 budget plan worth Rp2,019.9 trillion balanced with state revenues amounting to Rp1,762.3 trillion and a deficit of Rp257.6 trillion or about 2.32 percent of the gross domestic product ...
  • Indonesian hajj pilgrims require education about ebola
    13th August 2014
    Prospective Indonesian hajj pilgrims in 2014 are expected to arm themselves with information about Ebola virus. In anticipation of the virus, the Indonesian Muslims leaving for the pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca must ...
  • Indonesia fighting against ISIS presence
    9th August 2014
    Indonesia, the worlds largest Muslim populated country, is doing its best to prevent the influence of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), alerting all regional police forces and Muslim organizations. The Indonesian ...
  • Right time for transition in government
    9th August 2014
    With just three months remaining for the previous governments tenure to end, the process of selecting the President and Vice President from 2014 to 2019 is approaching the final round. With this situation prevailing, it is ...