Saturday, 24th June 2017
Feature
  • Gunung Kidul attracts thousands of holidaymakers
    18th April 2017
    The tourist attractions in Gunung Kidul District in the Special Region of Yogyakarta were visited by 47,000 local and foreign tourists during the Easter holiday on April 14 to 16, 2017. Long Easter holiday has contributed ...
  • Fight against corruption to not back down to terror
    14th April 2017
    Novel Baswedan, a senior investigator of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), on the morning of Apr 11 was heading home after performing Fajr, or Dawn, prayer at a mosque nearby when two motorcyclists attacked him. ...
  • Airlines expand domestic flights in eastern regions
    14th April 2017
    A 70-seater ATR-72-600 aircraft that took off from the Pattimura International Airport in Maluku Province, Wednesday, landed at West Papua Provinces Utarom Airport at 9:40 a.m. local time. The arrival of the aircraft was ...
  • Uncovering tax evaders after deadline of amnesty program
    11th April 2017
    The Indonesian government, which is in dire need of funds to finance its development programs, is harboring high hopes of collecting adequate taxes and is optimistic that taxpayers would meet their tax obligation. However, ...
  • RI needs more direct flights to lure foreign tourists
    11th April 2017
    As an island nation rich in natural bounty and cultures, Indonesia has extraordinary tourism potential to increase the arrivals of foreign tourists. Yet its tourism development is still behind those of neighboring ...
  • Kendari has attractive mangrove ecotourism areas
    11th April 2017
    Three mangrove ecotourism areas of Lahundape, Purirano, and Bungkutoko along the coast of Kendary Bay in the Indonesian province of Southeast Sulawesi have now become leading tourist destinations in the city of Kendari. ...
  • Awaiting what is to come out of Trump`s executive orders
    9th April 2017
    The Indonesian government has reacted reasonably to U.S. President Donald J. Trumps executive order, which accused many countries of unfair trade. No concrete step has been made, but intensive communications had been ...
  • Transparency necessary in handling e-ID card project scandal
    9th April 2017
    Hari, a resident of Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan, has complained that despite having applying for e-ID cards for his entire family since August 2015, no information is available on when their cards would be issued. ...
  • Catholic pilgrims gear up for "Semana Santa"
    9th April 2017
    Thousands of Catholic pilgrims across Indonesia are gearing up for the celebration of the Holy Week, popularly known as "Semana Santa," in Larantuka, a town in East Flores District in East Nusa Tenggara Province. Semana ...
  • Government continues to promote fish consumption program
    9th April 2017
    The government of Indonesia, which is an island country rich in various fish resources, continues to promote its fish consumption program as part of its efforts to build the nations healthy and smart human resources. The ...