Wednesday, 23rd August 2017
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  • Govt`s efforts to reduce logistics costs
    19th May 2017
    The Indonesian government is trying to reduce inefficiency at seaports, among others, by reducing the length of loading and unloading period, or dwelling time. Though it has successfully reduced the waiting time ...
  • Malaria remains endemic in Indonesia
    18th May 2017
    Thousands of people in the Indonesian provinces of Papua, West Papua, East Nusa Tenggara, Maluku, and North Maluku are still at risk for malaria infection. Malaria is a major public health problem in most tropical ...
  • Smoking problem must be resolved by reaching out to children
    17th May 2017
    Health Minister Nila Djuwita Moeloek said at the opening of the Fourth Indonesia Conference for Tobacco or Health (ICTOH), Monday, that the steady rise in the number of child smokers should not be left unresolved. The ...
  • Tobacco consumption epidemic reaches alarming level
    16th May 2017
    The epidemic of tobacco consumption has reached an alarming level in Indonesia, where more than one-third of the countrys population are smokers. Tobacco is one of the four main risk factors behind non-communicable ...
  • Muarojambi shrine site fighting for UNESCO recognition
    16th May 2017
    The seventh-century Muarojambi Temple site, Indonesias largest Buddhist shrine complex of the ancient Malay Kingdom (7th-14th century AD), is now fighting to get recognition from UNESCO, as one of the worlds cultural ...
  • Indonesian govt taking steps to prevent hoarding of basic necessities
    7th May 2017
    The Indonesian government is making necessary efforts to prevent the hoarding of basic necessities and to control and maintain stable prices of commodities in the face of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan later this May. ...
  • Jakarta Declaration highlights challenges posed to press freedom globally
    6th May 2017
    Some 1,500 participants from 90 countries attended the World Press Freedom Day International Conference organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Jakarta from May 1 to 4, where ...
  • Inquiry on anti-graft agency triggers controversy
    5th May 2017
    A motion initiated by several lawmakers, particularly from the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP), Golkar, and the National Democrats (Nasdem) parties, to exercise inquiry rights on the Corruption Eradication ...
  • Government extends use of trawls for fishermen
    4th May 2017
    After imposing a ban on the use of trawls, the government announced on Wednesday that it will allow fishermen in Central Java to again use them to catch fish until the end of this year. Maritime Affairs and Fisheries ...
  • A.S. Roma player Nainggolan wishes to promote Indonesian soccer
    3rd May 2017
    It seems the inner calling of Radja Nainggolan, a Belgian professional footballer who plays for Italian club A.S. Roma, has led him to visit the Indonesian Embassy in Italy to express his intention to help promote Indonesian ...