Wednesday, 28th September 2016
Feature
  • Papua`s biodiversity going international
    17th July 2016
    The International Conference of Biodiversity in Jayapura, Papua, in September 2016 will highlight the existence of a large number of animals and plants which make up a balanced environment in the land of Papua. Papua and ...
  • Indonesian AG set to carry out third wave of executions
    17th July 2016
    Any move to execute convicts on the death row continues to draw strong criticism since many NGOs strongly oppose and criticize such an approach. Last year, the Indonesian government was flooded with criticisms from within ...
  • Developing marine tourism in Riau Islands
    17th July 2016
    Listed as the third contributor of foreign tourism destination in Indonesia after Bali and Jakarta, the Riau Islands Province is making every effort to develop marine tourism in order to attract more tourists and improve the ...
  • Coral reefs, vital for maintaining food supply
    17th July 2016
    Coral reefs are not just beautiful but also crucial for maintaining the food supply for millions of people living along the coast all over the world. Some 850 million people live within 100km of a coral reef - known as ...
  • Manado-China direct flights expected to woo more chinese tourists
    16th July 2016
    North Sulawesi is hoping to woo more Chinese tourists to visit its cities by offering what many Chinese tourists love - seas and tasty cuisine. The province, located in Indonesias northeastern Sulawesi Island, offers a ...
  • Samrat airport`s management encouraging tourism in North Sulawesi
    15th July 2016
    The Sam Ratulangi (Samrat) International Airports management company PT Angkasa Pura-I in Manado is taking initiative to encourage tourism in North Sulawesi. Situated some 13 kilometers northeast of the provincial city of ...
  • Lessons learnt from severe congestion at Brebes toll exit
    15th July 2016
    Vehicular queues from cities towards hometowns during the post-fasting Lebaran Islamic Holiday, or Eid al-Fitr celebrations, are a common experience for Indonesian road users joining the annual Lebaran exodus, locally known as ...
  • Projects being readied to accommodate repatriated funds
    15th July 2016
    Following the endorsement by the House of Representatives (DPR) of the Tax Amnesty Law recently, the government is preparing projects to accommodate the repatriation of funds so far parked abroad. Finance Minister Bambang ...
  • Tougher challenges await new police chief
    14th July 2016
    The newly installed National Police Chief General Tito Karnavian might be relatively young for the top post, but he is believed to be ready to face challenges, which are getting increasingly tougher. At 51, Tito is ...
  • Military operation to be final option to free Indonesian hostages
    12th July 2016
    In the last five months, Indonesias government has faced five hostage-taking incidents involving 24 Indonesian sailors being kidnapped by a Filipino separatist group Abu Sayyaf in the maritime borders of the Philippines, ...