“The main principle isn’t about fines…what we want is for social media to be used properly, used to be beneficial,” said Communications Minister Johnny G. Plate.
Dams are incredibly important for water and food security in Indonesia, but are also at risk of natural disaster. In response, a team from the Engineering faculty at Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) designed an earthquake-resistant dam.
Kicking the rice habit isn’t easy, with nasi goreng sold everywhere, and the grain woven into the culinary fabric of a nation whose late dictator transformed it into a must-have meal.
“We [Papua] are also Indonesia… Indonesia is not just big and advanced cities where app-based education programs can be easily accessed through [smartphones].”
Indonesia and Australia have a vital role to play together in guiding the diverse nations of the Indo-Pacific towards a future of peace and stability.
In addition to listening to scientists and young activists like Greta, another influential group that is speaking out more about the environment are religious groups.
Direct elections in Aru had delivered a leader that prioritised the interests of a private investor above those of his constituents. For democracy to prevail, civil society needs to step in.
The repository aims to make research data accessible, and make it easier for other scientists to further contribute to the field.
Now, Indonesia produces so much black-market mercury that it has become a major global supplier, surreptitiously shipping thousands of tons to other parts of the world.
As companies look to move production out of China, they are largely bypassing Indonesia in favor of nimbler neighbors such as Vietnam.
Hike in premiums for Indonesia’s public health insurance a worry for the poor, but experts say this is necessary
“The premium increase might force many subscribers to become inactive or to downgrade to a lower class… This may actually cause income to fall for JKN.”
The movement will not run out of steam, anti-establishment icon Manik Marganamahendra told Reuters. “We want the future to be better than today.”
Indonesia plans to construct its first spaceport in Biak, Papua, to serve as the location of the country’s rocket test launches, the National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN) has confirmed.
Indonesia’s economic growth has barely moved in three quarters, prompting some analysts to cast doubt over the data.