PM Albanese affirmed Australia’s support for Indonesia’s G20 Presidency and commended President Jokowi for his leadership in driving global efforts to recover together and stronger from impacts of COVID-19.
The initial earthquake that hit the West Sulawesi regency of Mamuju on Tuesday afternoon was opening up to a more destructive magnitude 5.8 quake the following day on June 8, which forced more than 11 thousand people to evacuate.
Dr Jemma Purdey discusses why money politics so prevalent in Indonesian election campaigns with Dr Elisabeth Kramer, deputy director of the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre (SSEAC), Sydney University.
One of the most popular art fairs in the country will return showcasing pandemic-inspired artworks, NFT creations and a series of talk shows by renowned artists.
Prime minister says, “We can do much more, there is significant opportunity for Australian companies in Indonesia’s growing economy.”
Gubernur Jatim, Khofifah I. Parawansa didampingi Konjen di Surabaya, Fionna Hoggart tengah menyiapkan pencegahan virus penyakit mulut dan kuku (PMK) pada ternak dengan bantuan obat-obatan dari pemerintah Australia.
Imagine it’s 2030 and Australia is a renewable energy superpower in Southeast Asia
The youth from the district of Maros are making a move not unfamiliar in developing economies. The AIC research is looking at how that compares with their aspirations for life and work.
Museum of Indonesian Arts (MIA) kembali hadir dengan eksibisi pertamanya pada tahun ini dengan tema “Indian Influences in Indonesian Arts”.
President Jokowi urged all countries to reinforce a global health architecture to ensure the global community’s resilience toward any future pandemic.
Cita-cita adalah barang mahal bagi Anida, mahasiswa dengan krisis finansial yang hidupnya tidak seperti generasi Z atau anak muda yang umumnya dipersepsikan.
An episode of a podcast Building BRIDGES about the exchanges that have taken place between their schools and about how student wellbeing became a feature of their partnership.
Indonesia will ban exports of cooking oil and its raw materials to reduce domestic shortages and hold down skyrocketing prices.
The Australia Indonesia Centre’s senior advisory group has given enthusiastic support to the work and findings of the transportation team.