Ministry of Communication and Informatics says it is contact with social media company about purpose of the domain.
Indonesia is finalising a new set of incentives to attract investment from manufacturers of electric vehicles (EVs), a senior minister said on Tuesday, adding the government is still in talks with major companies like Tesla and BYD.
Zainudin Kelsaba traversed across the eastern Seram highland and stopped at an ancient outcrop grown over by trees and scrub.
The government is ramping up its efforts to bring the rising obesity rate below 3 percent by 2030 by focusing on improving public health education and monitoring processed foods.
Laporan ini menganalisis rantai nilai Karagenan-rumput laut di daerah Takalar, Sulawesi Selatan, Indonesia, yang memproduksi sekitar 20 persen pasokan rumput laut Karagenan dunia.
This report analysed the seaweed-carrageenan value chain in the Takalar region of South Sulawesi province, Indonesia, a region that produces about 20 percent of the world’s supply of carrageenan seaweed.
President Prabowo Subianto? It has a ring to it these days and the sound is only getting louder as the defense minister and Great Indonesia Movement Party (Gerindra) chairman maintains his lead in the polls.
Marine and fisheries activists in Indonesia are ramping up their calls for the revocation of a new government regulation allowing the export of sea sand, saying the policy will benefit foreign interests more than local fishers and marine ecosystems.
Mutiara Mulia orphanage is part of a trend of charitable groups using the popular video-sharing app to attract funding.
Gamelan is the traditional music ensemble of Javanese, Sudanese and Balinese peoples, with distinct regional styles and instruments.
Indonesia has made remarkable strides in adoption of smoke-free policy. As of June 2023, a total of 456 cities and districts, equal to around 86% of 520 cities and districts in Indonesia, have adopted smoke-free policies.
A lot of opportunities have been missed to engage more closely with Indonesia over the last few decades, a period when Australian government enthusiasm and funding for engagement with Indonesia declined.
During my childhood, there was plenty of water in the rivers near my home village in Lembata island, Eastern Indonesia. Two main rivers flowed all year long.
Griffith Agribusiness’ most recent recruit, Dr Zannie Langford, is set to take the lead on a new project, exploring climate change resilience strategies for seaweed farmers in Indonesia.