The lead researchers for the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) seaweed project have presented their findings to senior officials in three Indonesian government departments.
The head of South Sulawesi’s fisheries division is looking for innovation that will help create sustainable sea-based industries.
PAIR Summit at Universitas Hasanuddin reflects on Australia-Indonesia connections across transport, commodities, education and health
Grand ideas for the development of South Sulawesi and Australia-Indonesia cooperation have been outlined during a conference in Makassar attended by leaders of industry, government and education.
ReelOzInd! 2022 winners Q&A: ‘Voice’, connections between Australia & Indonesia and what the future holds
For Ed Coney, the theme of ‘suara/voice’ at this year’s ReelOzInd! film festival was a neat fit for the story he sought to tell about Rohingya refugees.
Home Affairs Minister Tito Karnavian has blasted a district head in the province of Riau for criticising the central government over oil revenue.
A traditional TV broadcaster still has a slight competitive edge over booming streaming platforms despite the latter’s seemingly unstoppable upheaval, Indonesian private television station players predict.
Indonesia will produce drugmaker Merck & Co’s vaccines for human papillomavirus (HPV), the chief of its state-owned pharmaceutical company Bio Farma said on Tuesday, in a bid to combat HPV-linked cervical cancer in the country.
Indonesia summoned a United Nations official on Monday after the organisation expressed concerns over threats to civil liberties posed by the newly-ratified revisions to its criminal code, its foreign ministry said.
The tropical tourist destination of Bali, Indonesia, is facing a worsening water crisis from tourism development, population growth and water mismanagement.
For Indonesia’s transgender community, faith can be a source of discrimination – but also tolerance and solace
Shinta Ratri, an Indonesian transgender woman, taught transgender people at the Al-Fatah Islamic boarding school she founded in 2008 that God didn’t care if you were gay or transgender.
Fintech start-up Ajaib has decided to layoff 67 employees, joining the ongoing axing spree afflicting Indonesia’s tech industry.
Remarkably lax” and “laissez-faire” law enforcement efforts by conservation authorities in Indonesia have allowed the killing, capture and trade of scores of orangutans to persist, according to a recent study.
Navy Chief of Staff Admiral Yudo Margono has been nominated by President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo as the new commander of the Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) replacing General Andika Perkasa, a senior lawmaker confirmed on Monday.
Indonesia’s kebaya supporters are pushing for their country to join a multinational bid to nominate the traditional costume for Unesco’s intangible cultural heritage list.
It is regrettable that the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are not playing a role in handling Rohingya refugees in Indonesia.