A photography and multimedia exhibition exploring historical and present-day Banda Islands in Maluku, which was at the center of the 200-year spice wars among European colonial powers, offers a unique opportunity for poignant reflection and immersion.
The recent Youth 20 or Y20 forum in Balikpapan highlighted how young people, who are the present and future inhabitants of the world we live in, play a crucial role in building a sustainable and livable planet.
Located in one of the coolest suburbs of Richmond, two Indonesians Barry Susanto and Erwin Chandra bring the warmth of the warung kopi (Indonesian coffee joint) to Warkop Melbourne, a coffee and sandwich shop.
In the Covid-19 pandemic, disabled Indonesians had an extra hurdle to overcome when seeking information on health. The country’s information channels rarely took their special needs into account.
Outbreaks of the deadly foot-and-mouth and Lumpy Skin diseases threaten to have far-reaching consequences
Just what effect will Russia’s attack on Ukraine have on Indonesia’s G20 agenda of Recover Together, Recover Stronger?
Indonesian ambassador Ridwan Hassan met with Qatar’s Minister of Culture HE Sheikh Abdulrahman bin Hamad al-Thani, to explore opportunities of increasing cultural co-operation between the two countries.
During his election campaign, Albanese said Australia’s relationship with Indonesia was one of his top foreign policy priorities and if elected, he would travel to Jakarta as soon as possible.
The topic of gender equality in Indonesia took the center stage of the recent Inspiring Women 2022 conference hosted by Berita Satu Media Holdings.
Tesla has reportedly agreed to build a battery and electric vehicle factory in Indonesia, according to the country’s head of investments.
Bosses listened to their workers about how e-commerce should work during the pandemic. That should continue.
A study, funded by the Australia Indonesia Centre, showed internal advice from front-line employees and middle managers was crucial for devising digital adaptive responses during the pandemic.
Religious leaders can explain why Indonesians have to reduce carbon emissions to keep the Earth safe during their talks.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Indonesia in 2020, the medically recommended and socially acceptable thing to do was to stay at home and flatten the curve of infection rates. But not everyone had that privilege.
Strengthening early detection of a disease is a crucial transformation in Indonesia’s health system, according to the Health Ministry’s Health Service Director General Abdul Kadir.
Indonesia’s oldest party Golkar has formed a coalition with two smaller parties, in a move that analysts view as endorsing its party chief as a presidential candidate.
A webinar entitled Indonesia and Australia: SDG’s Supported Sustainable Economic Transformation, hosted by Monash University and XSPI, addressed themes of trade, sustainability and the digital economy.