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Indonesia reopens islands to Singaporean tourists

JAKARTA, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Indonesia opened up two islands close to Singapore to visitors from the city-state on Monday, officials said, as part of calibrated moves to reboot its tourism sector while controlling the spread of COVID-19.

Pekerja kreatif dan mencari nafkah selama masa pandemi global

Kota Yogyakarta terkenal dengan seniman, penari dan pemusik; bagaimana mereka beradaptasi selama pandemi COVID-19?

Creative workers and making a living during a time of global pandemic

The city of Yogyakarta is famous for its dancers, artists and musicians; how have they adapted to the world of COVID-19?

AFC Women’s Asian Cup: Australia record-breaking goalscorer Sam Kerr mobbed by Indonesian opponents after 18-0 defeat

Captain Kerr scores five to break national goalscoring tally with 54, record was previously held by former men’s international Tim Cahill.

Indonesia to push for new global agency to replace WHO, Jokowi says

Indonesia will push for the creation of a new global health agency while the country holds the presidency of the G20, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said Thursday at the virtual Davos forum.

Jabodebek LRT targets operations for August 2022

President Director of PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) Didiek Hartantyo has said the Jabodebek LRT project is targeted to be operational starting in August 2022.

Talking Indonesia: supernaturalism online

Ghost stories are passed down through generations, regardless of class, religion or belief system, and horror has long been a staple of Indonesian literature, art, film and television cultures.

Talking Indonesia: supernaturalism online

Ghost stories are passed down through generations, regardless of class, religion or belief system, and horror has long been a staple of Indonesian literature, art, film and television cultures.

Talking Indonesia: climate change

What targets has the Indonesian government set for itself, how were these targets formulated, and did they change as a result of COP-26? Is the government united in its response to climate change? And does Indonesia have the capacity to implement its climate change response framework?

Digital business transformation: Building COVID-19 resilience in Indonesian SMEs

Indonesia’s daily economic life is underpinned by millions of small and medium enterprises that are found in the laneways, roadsides and retail streets of this busy nation. They account for 97 percent of the domestic workforce and 60 percent of national economic growth.

Staying afloat: research discovers women’s unique views of COVID-19 in an Indonesian fishing village

For female residents in Tambak Lorok, a small Indonesian fishing village in Central Java where access to water and hygiene is difficult and open defecation is common, they have a bigger problem than the pandemic.

Women, youth and low-education workers bear the worst job losses in Indonesia when there are no tourists

Indonesia has been hit particularly hard [by COVID-19]. Tourism businesses have had no choice but to reduce business hours, lay off employees and implement pay cuts.

Australia-Indonesia Centre, Provincial Government of South Sulawesi agree to establish joint working group

The Australia-Indonesia Centre and the government of South Sulawesi have further progressed their partnership by agreeing to establish a joint-working group which puts a focus on the areas of health and wellbeing, and the local economy.

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