As polluted Jakarta slowly sinks, Indonesia has started building Nusantara, a new cleaner, greener capital on the island of Borneo. But concerns are growing about the impact on wildlife.
Learning centres give refugee children, and the women who teach them, the chance to follow their dreams.
Indonesia’s Baduy Indigenous group requests internet blackout to minimise online world’s ‘negative impact’
An Indigenous community in Indonesia has requested an internet blackout in their area to minimise the “negative impact” of the online world, officials said.
The Indonesian Health Ministry reported that the number of smokers in Indonesia showed an increasing trend from 2013 to 2019, especially among children and teenagers.
Dubai-based ports operator aims to increase BNCT’s capacity to 1.4 million TEUs, up from 600,000 TEUs.
Andi Sudirman Sulaiman: Research is the base and the starting point to understand problems and find the best solutions. Collaboration between researchers, the government and practical implementation is essential for translating research into policies which will help a community.
A push for Australia to recognise a Palestinian state has been welcomed in Indonesia, whose president Joko Widodo is headed to Canberra in a fortnight for his first visit of the country in more than three years.
Indonesia has been a host to refugees since more than 40 years ago when the country provided protection to hundreds of thousands of refugees from Vietnam and Cambodia.
Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako arrived in Indonesia on Saturday for their first official goodwill visit since the emperor’s ascension to the throne in 2019.
For some residents of a small city in the Indonesian province of West Java, empty plastic bottles are viewed as potential lifesavers and pathways to affordable healthcare.
The policy landscape and supply chain governance of the Indonesian seaweed industry: A focus on South Sulawesi
The Indonesian seaweed industry is at a crossroads. The implementation of the national roadmap outlined in Presidential Decree 33-2019 has reached its final stage and the Indonesian government has to decide if this national approach continues.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Penny Wong has announced the appointment of Todd Dias as Australia’s next Consul-General in Makassar, Indonesia.
Joko Widodo says Indonesians spend $11.5 billion annually for treatment overseas.
The agriculture sector served as a cushion for Indonesia’s economy during the last three years amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, according to Agriculture Minister Syahrul Yasin Limpo.
“During the COVID-19 pandemic, only the agricultural sector grew. It was not the Ministry of Agriculture that made the data but Statistics Indonesia (BPS),” the minister remarked on Saturday.