The government has once again delayed the implementation of the long-awaited excise tax on sweetened beverages, raising questions over its commitment to improving post-coronavirus pandemic public health.
When the Indonesian government announced its food estate program in 2020, it envisioned the establishment of large-scale agricultural plantations across the country.
While Jakarta claims to be taking human rights seriously, events on the ground tell a different story.
Political science scholars have proposed a range of theories to understand the organisation of political and economic power in Indonesia after the transition to democracy in 1998.
Jakarta is cracking down on used clothing imports after reports of items donated for recycling ending up on sale.
A young woman disappears from a remote beach in outback Australia, only for her family to discover decades later that she’s moved overseas and is married with children.
Indonesia lost the right to host youth World Cup over pro-Palestine stance but victims of the Kanjuruhan Stadium crush where 135 died say justice is more important.
Legal scholars deemed the dismissal of Justice Aswanto and his replacement by Justice Guntur Hamzah to be improper.
Eggs from Indonesia will soon occupy local supermarket shelves after the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) approved the import of eggs from the country to the Republic on Monday.
As we head steadily toward the middle of the Southern Hemisphere autumn, one of the world’s great surf zones is about to come alive.
Inclusive COVID-19 vaccinations were conducted for vulnerable communities in 231 villages in Central Java under the Australia-Indonesia Health Security Partnership (AIHSP).
The new Indonesia AirAsia service, connecting Jakarta and Perth on non-stop flights, is expected to be a huge boost for the Perth market.
In a meeting room in Bali’s upmarket Nusa Dua district last November, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and China’s Xi Jinping sat down and cast their eyes towards a television screen.
Indonesia’s effort to address climate change aligns with ASEAN as seen from the green taxonomy standpoint, stated Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani in an official statement on Sunday.
Indonesia’s effort to address climate change aligns with ASEAN as seen from the green taxonomy standpoint, stated Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani in an official statement.