Monday, 2nd March 2015
National
  • Government commences repatriation of Indonesians from Yemen
    18th February 2015
    The Indonesian government has started to repatriate its nationals following the deteriorating security situation in Yemen. The evacuation announcement will be live on the ministrys official website on February 17-28, 2015, ...
  • Indonesia needs 12,000 public relations officers to face ASEAN Economic Community
    18th February 2015
    Indonesia needs some 12 thousand professional public relations officers to work at different state agencies in the face of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), which will be launched on December 31, 2015, an official said. ...
  • House passes two bills in to laws
    17th February 2015
    The House of Representatives (DPR) passed regional head elections and regional government bills into laws at a plenary meeting here on Tuesday. Deputy House Speaker Fadli Zon who led the meeting banged the gavel marking the ...
  • Attorney general postpones execution to meet Australia`s demand
    17th February 2015
    The Attorney Generals Office (AGO) has decided to postpone the execution of the Australian drug convicts to meet the demands of the Australian government and convicts families. "This is our response with regard to the ...
  • 21 KPK investigators face probe for illegal arms possession
    17th February 2015
    Some 21 Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) investigators are facing charges for illegal arms possession. "If there is enough evidence, they must be named (suspects). But this is just an allegation," Chief of the ...
  • KPK chief Abraham Samad to not meet police summons
    17th February 2015
    Chief commissioner of the national anti-graft agency, Abraham Samad, will not meet the summons of the South Sulawesi regional police command for questioning, his lawyer said. Samad was called in for questioning as a ...
  • Australian tourists voice disapproval to tourism boycott
    17th February 2015
    Australian tourists visiting Bali have expressed their disagreement to the tourism boycott, which is a mark of protest over the imminent executions of Bali Nine ringleaders, Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan. "I do not agree ...
  • Coalition of civil societies pushes KPK to take legal action
    17th February 2015
    The Coalition of Civil Societies has urged the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) to take legal action against the South Jakarta courts ruling on the case involving Commissioner General Budi Gunawan. "We urge the KPK ...
  • Foreign affairs minister not troubled by Australia`s threat on tourism
    17th February 2015
    Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi said she was not worried about the Australian governments threat of asking its citizens to boycott traveling to Indonesia. This warning from Australia was issued after two ...
  • Death penalty: Indonesia hopes Australians will react responsibly
    16th February 2015
    Indonesias Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs AM Fachir said he believed Australians will show maturity while reacting to the death penalty given to two Australian nationals, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, convicted on ...