Thursday, 8th December 2016
Feature
  • WCF Bali Declaration focuses on culture to drive sustainable development
    14th October 2016
    The World Culture Forum 2016 (WCF 2016), held in Nusa Dua, Bali, ended on Thursday with the Bali Declaration, which has 10 commitments to strengthen the mainstreaming of culture to drive sustainable development. Themed ...
  • A glimpse of hope for clean government
    12th October 2016
    The government has announced move to crack down on rampant illegal levies and smuggling which have not been touched by the Corruption Eradication Commissions (KPK). KPK with its Caught Red Handed Operation (OTT), has ...
  • Asmat Cultural Festival a great initiative
    12th October 2016
    The annual Asmat Cultural Festival, which is currently underway in the easternmost province of Papua, is a great initiative and has its full backing. Spearheaded by the Diocese of Agats-Asmat, the festival, which is being ...
  • Time to apply pro-farmer system in plantations
    12th October 2016
    The conflict between farmers and an oil palm plantation company in East Kota Waringin District, Central Kalimantan, needs serious government attention and a review of cooperation between farmers and companies. In East Kota ...
  • Jakarta Giant Sea Wall to prevent sea water intrusion
    12th October 2016
    An ambitious plan to build a 24-kilometer long Giant Sea Wall will help prevent Jakarta from sinking below sea level, prevent salt water intrusion, and is also expected to be a source of raw water for the residents of the ...
  • Attica Zoological Park inaugurates Sumatran tiger exhibit
    7th October 2016
    The Attica Zoological Park in Athens, Greece, announced the inauguration of its new Sumatran tiger exhibit on October 4 to mark World Animal Day. The Sumatran tiger was given special treatment at the Attica Zoo on World ...
  • Government uses maritime potential as tourism propeller
    7th October 2016
    The Indonesian government has continued to develop the countrys tourism sector in an effort to achieve its target of attracting some 20 million foreign tourists and earning an annual income of about US$4 billion by 2019. ...
  • Reservoirs still to be tapped to their full potential
    5th October 2016
    Indonesians, like most other people in the world, love to go out for a picnic to unwind at tourism resorts or at other destinations such as lakes after a long and hectic week of working. Lake Toba in North Sumatra is a ...
  • Tax Amnesty Program To Help Improve Taxation Services, Data Base
    5th October 2016
    Indonesias Tax Amnesty Program, the first phase of which came to an end on Sept. 30, has turned out to be the most successful such initiative in the world. Indonesias amnesty schemes success surpassed even the experience ...
  • Indonesia`s biosphere reserve management for sustainable development: Minister Marsudi
    3rd October 2016
    Foreign Affairs Minister Retno LP Marsudi has said managing the biosphere reserves in Indonesia is part of the governments commitment to sustainable development. The minister made the statement while receiving Indonesian ...