The federal government is resisting calls to close Australia’s border to Indonesia over the foot-and-mouth disease threat, after more fragments of the potentially devastating livestock virus were detected in South Australia.
Australia’s Indigenous art industry is worth a quarter of a billion dollars, so why do artists only end up with a fraction of the profits?
It’s not easy to verify if your art came from an Indigenous artist or if it was made in Indonesia, and it’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are suffering as a result.
Cannabis will continue to be banned and will still exist as a class 1 narcotic in Indonesia.
The looming implementation of online platform regulations will exacerbate existing free speech challenges and lead to more severe restrictions on internet freedom.
Residents of an Indonesian island threatened by rising sea levels have begun legal action against the cement producer Holcim.
Despite ambivalence about Chinese intentions in Indonesia’s political and defense establishment, Chinese telecoms firms have successfully used strategies of localisation to position themselves as trusted cybersecurity providers to the country.
Time may be running out for global tech giants to register their businesses with the government, which has for months threatened to block noncompliant private electronic service providers (ESPs) amid plans to tighten regulations.
The ReelOzInd! 2022 Short Film Competition and Festival is underway, and to assist filmmakers in their submissions, we thought we’d ask this year’s jury about what they appreciate and look for in the medium.
Sufficient leave would help mothers spend more time to stimulate their children, which can support the child’s growth and development, says Kemenko PMK.
Amid economic slowdown, green bonds can help Southeast Asia stay on road to net zero in climate fight
Among Asean members, Indonesia issued almost half of all green bonds from 2017-2019. The money raised from green bonds by Asean members goes largely into green buildings and green energy.
A recent study suggests that 66 percent of COVID-19 survivors in Indonesia experience persistent symptoms long after they tested negative for the coronavirus, greater than the estimated rate of global prevalence of 43 percent.
Dari potensi bubble hingga eksploitasi: Menilik bisnis platform dan gig economy yang digemari kawula muda
Ekonomi digital di Indonesia tengah mengalami fase penurunan, dengan semakin banyaknya startup (perusahaan rintisan) yang bangkrut dan merumahkan pegawai secara massal.
Indonesia, which holds the G-20 presidency, was trying to produce a joint communique despite the group’s fraying cohesion in the face of the Ukraine war, rising inflation and other economic pressures.
The call for submissions to ReelOzInd! 2022 has been made, and while we await fantastic entries from filmmakers around Australia and Indonesia, we thought we’d ask some of our jurors what this year’s theme of ‘suara/voice’ means to them.
The world is battling surging food and energy prices that are contributing to a sharp rise in inflation in many countries, including Indonesia, with inflation reaching 3.55% according to the national statistics agency – the highest rate since 2017.
Indonesia President Joko Widodo’s visit to Ukraine and Russia was quite remarkable. But the trip achieved little in finding a way out of the current impasse between Kyiv and Moscow.