An expanded free trade agreement (FTA) between Australia and Indonesia will give more opportunities for businesses from both nations to lift their skills and expertise and make stronger intercultural connections.
Indonesia has sanctioned 11 industrial firms for failing to meet operational standards as the government moves to deal with major pollution spikes in the capital Jakarta, the environment minister said.
A student called Lala is part of the reason why Universitas Hasanuddin in Indonesia is working to create a more inclusive environment.
As Indonesia positions itself to become a key global hub for electric vehicle batteries, it’s also putting people and the environment at harm through the coal-fired plants powering its nickel smelters, activists say.
The Sixth ASEAN Inclusive Business Summit, hosted by Indonesia, emphasised the importance of establishing a conducive environment for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and for large businesses to adopt inclusive business (IB) models that contribute to inclusive and sustainable development in the region.
Australia has sent a troop of M1A1 Abrams tanks, an infantry platoon and a small fleet of armoured vehicles, trucks and recovery vehicles as well as command and control posts into the north-east of the Indonesian island of Java as part of United States forces-led military exercises with our nearest northern neighbour.
Indonesia suspended diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China from 1967 to 1990 and restricted Chinese-language lessons and literature. But the two countries now have robust political and commercial connections, and large numbers of young Indonesians are learning Mandarin.
Membangun hubungan yang lebih kuat antara universitas dan industri: Studi kasus di Universitas Hasanuddin
Di Kota Makassar, Indonesia, terdapat Universitas Hasanuddin, perguruan tinggi negeri yang mengabdi pada wilayahnya.
At a temporary shelter in Aceh, a mother who travelled by boat to Indonesia dreams of a better life for her children.
Indonesia’s National Commission on Violence Against Women (Komnas Perempuan) held its first-ever hearing on the country’s mandatory hijab regulations, inviting two schoolgirls, six mothers, and two fathers to testify.
US Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to Jakarta from Sept. 4 to 7 to take part in the US-ASEAN Summit and East Asia Summit to engage with leaders from the Indo-Pacific, the White House announced.
Indonesia’s plastic emergency has worsened in recent years. But amid the struggle, locals stand tall. Photojournalist Garry Lotulung unveils their daily battles and grassroots resilience.
In mid-1998, as President Suharto’s regime crumbled and Indonesia began the long process of unwinding decades of authoritarian rule, local fishers made a thrilling discovery – a 9th century shipwreck in waters near Belitung Island.
Some civil servants in Indonesia’s capital began working from home Monday under measures aimed at reducing traffic congestion to alleviate horrendous air pollution that has gripped the city and been blamed for President Joko Widodo’s persistent cough.
Demand from Australian consumers for sustainable produce has heightened opportunities for Indonesian businesses, a breakfast in Melbourne has heard.
The Indonesian city of Makassar is served by the higher education public facility of Universitas Hasanuddin. The science-focussed university serves a province that is increasing its port capacity and has started the development of its first railway.