Instead of a genuine decentralisation of the media in line with the political ideal of regional autonomy, national players have usurped regional media businesses and successful local players have expanded their businesses to other regions.
The Netherlands and Indonesia have hailed the return of hundreds of cultural artifacts taken — sometimes by force — during colonial times as a major step forward in restitution efforts worldwide.
The Health Bill of Indonesia was recently approved by the Indonesian Parliament, granting permission for foreign medical specialists to practise and establish themselves in the country.
The growth opportunity for the green economy in Indonesia is estimated to be valued at US$400 billion, combining industry revenue and carbon offset potential, according to a report from AC Ventures and Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Australia on Thursday unveiled its plans to provide A$775 million (US$530 million) in development assistance to Southeast Asia, including Timor-Leste, as it seeks to bolster ties with ASEAN.
More than 11,000 community firefighters across Indonesia are readying for a likely El Niño year, better prepared than ever before.
A new book throws light on the 1965 massacres – but the government’s redress for victims is yet to extend to justice for the perpetrators.
The Indonesian resort haven of Bali will impose a 150,000 rupiah (S$13.30) tax on tourists entering the “Island of Gods” from 2024 to preserve its culture, officials said.
For years, Indonesian and Australian leaders have been meeting to shake hands and declare the huge potential for our two countries to build closer relations.
Indonesia’s coast guard said on Tuesday it seized an Iranian-flagged supertanker suspected of involvement in the illegal transshipment of crude oil, and vowed to toughen maritime patrols.
Modern Indonesian cuisine blends ingredients and cooking styles from around the vast country, or puts a local spin on Western dishes.
A group of widows off Jakarta Bay collects scraps of rusted metal that break off from ships and float to the shoreline. They’re part of Indonesia’s green shipping boom, but they barely earn enough to feed their families.
The Thousand Temples Festival (Festival Seribu Candi) is held on July 11 to 13, 2023 in Sleman, Yogyakarta. According to the Department of Culture of Sleman Regency, this festival is an effort to promote Prambanan Temple, one of the World Heritage historic sites.
Lawmakers passed the omnibus health bill into law on Tuesday, eliminating mandatory health spending, which critics say will hurt the development of the national health system.
Indonesian low-cost carrier Citilink is returning to Perth with the resumption of services to Bali and a new route to Jakarta.