Ali Imron, one of the perpetrators of deadly bombings on the Indonesian island of Bali in 2002, says he first learned of the attacks on the US on September 11, 2001 from the front page of his local newspaper.
In tourism hot spot Bali, Mr Agung Wedhatama, who has a master’s degree in IT, decided to become a farmed in 2013 when he was 29, leaving behind the business he had set up.
Investors are scrambling to fund online grocery start-ups after the fresh food segment grew exponentially last year, driven by rising demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A tourism development project in Indonesia backed by the Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, is being criticised for enabling human rights violations against locals and Indigenous peoples.
ReelOzInd! 2021 jury member Yulia Evina Bhara recently featured on Indonesia at Melbourne’s Talking Indonesia podcast, as hosted by festival director Jemma Purdey.
Gary’s career in Australian foreign policy can only be described as stellar, having worked at the top of each of its three pillars: the region, the alliance, and the rules-based order.
Three years after the Indonesian island of Lombok was devastated by earthquakes, a team of Australian and Indonesian charity organisations have set up Asia’s first sustainable and earthquake-resistant school on the island.
Religious and human rights organizations have condemned a “mob” attack on a mosque belonging to the minority Ahmadiyah community in Sintang, West Kalimantan, and have called on the government to take concrete action against intolerance and religious violence.
ReelOzInd! 2021 returns for its sixth year with an online festival that premieres on Sunday 10 October 2021 at 1pm WIB / 5.00 pm AEDT.
Ms Siti is among the majority of Indonesia’s elderly who have not been inoculated against the coronavirus, even as the country speeds up its nationwide vaccination programme to hit two million doses a day starting this month.
Women, youth and low-education workers bear the worst job losses in Indonesia when there are no tourists
Indonesia has been hit particularly hard [by COVID-19]. Tourism businesses have had no choice but to reduce business hours, lay off employees and implement pay cuts.
Road to recovery: Assessing job risk and the impact on the most vulnerable in Indonesia’s pandemic-hit tourism industry
The tourism sector is a significant driver of Indonesia’s economic growth – so important that the country has been trying to open the doors to international tourists in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia-Indonesia Centre, Provincial Government of South Sulawesi agree to establish joint working group
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and the government of South Sulawesi have further progressed their partnership by agreeing to establish a joint-working group which puts a focus on the areas of health and wellbeing, and the local economy.
Indonesia appears to be persevering with plans for its grand infrastructure rollout, likely to cost over US$400 billion, despite the Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on the archipelagic nation.
An Indonesian court has sentenced former Social Affairs Minister Juliari Peter Batubara to 12 years in prison for embezzling more than US$2 million in Covid-19 relief program funds.