Monday, 27th June 2016
National
  • Luhut warns Papuans of fatal threat of narcotics and HIV/AIDS
    19th June 2016
    Coordinating Minister for Law, Security and Political Affairs Luhut Pandjaitan warned the West Papua people of the danger of narcotics and HIV/AIDS. "It is important for religious and community leaders to know that ...
  • Landslide buries six in Kebumen, C Java
    19th June 2016
    A landslide buried six residents of Duku Phkumbang, Sampang Village, Sempor, Kebumen District, Central Java Province, on Saturday evening. Six houses were destroyed by the landslide, Sempor Sub-District Head Joko Ganjar ...
  • Ministry annouces abolition of 363 ex-foreign boats
    18th June 2016
    The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) officially announced the abolition of 363 ex-foreign fishing ships from the list of Indonesian ships in an effort to develop domestically-made vessels. "We want to ...
  • Navy forces seize nine Philippine fishing boats for poaching
    18th June 2016
    Indonesian navys combat task force has detained nine Philippines boats indulging in illegal fishing in the waters along the Indonesia-Philippines border. "The boats were seized in different sea operations," the commander ...
  • Indonesian Navy ship again seizes Chinese fishing boat in Natuna
    18th June 2016
    An Indonesian warship has again seized a Chinese-flagged boat involved in illegal fishing activities in the countrys Natuna waters. The KRI Imam Bonjol-383 seized the Chinese-flagged boat during pay rolling in the ...
  • Vice president calls on regional governments to announce scrapped bylaws
    18th June 2016
    Vice President Jusuf Kalla called on regional governments to announce details of scrapped bylaws to attract public attention in those regions. The list of over three thousand bylaws concerning investment that were revoked ...
  • Government detains six more foreign fishing boats
    18th June 2016
    The Fishing Vessel Supervisor of the Marine and Fisheries Ministry has detained six more foreign fishing vessels on charge of illegal operations in Indonesian fishing zone. The vessels, caught on Wednesday and Thursday ...
  • AGO yet to confirm number of convicts to be executed
    18th June 2016
    The Attorney General Office (AGO) has yet to give a confirmation on the number of drug convicts on death row to be executed in the next batch. "Not yet. We are still waiting. It has not yet been determined. It may still ...
  • Indonesia not to accommodate stranded Tamil immigrants: VP
    18th June 2016
    The Indonesian government will not accommodate dozens of Tamil immigrants from Sri Lanka, who are presently stranded in the Aceh province waters, Vice President Jusuf Kalla said here Friday. "Indonesia is not their ...
  • VP hopes Tito Karnavian will ably lead Polri
    18th June 2016
    Vice President Jusuf Kalla is optimistic that prospective candidate for the post of Police chief Commissioner Tito Karnavian would bring righteousness to the Indonesian Police Force (Polri) as an institution. "We are all ...