ReelOzInd! short film competition and festival is back in 2023, with this year’s theme being ‘quest/pencarian’.
Gathering at family homes on Idul Fitri Day is always a joyful and happy moment for Muslims in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim majority country.
The Ministry of Health has received a shipment of the oral antiviral medicine nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (PAXLOVID™) funded by the Governments of Australia and the United States of America through WHO for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.
As Indonesian football finds itself at the crossroads once more, players and fans are again the biggest losers
Once again, Indonesian football finds itself at a crossroads with uncertainty over its future in the wake of being removed as hosts of the upcoming FIFA U-20 World Cup.
A young woman disappears from a remote beach in outback Australia, only for her family to discover decades later that she’s moved overseas and is married with children.
Indonesia lost the right to host youth World Cup over pro-Palestine stance but victims of the Kanjuruhan Stadium crush where 135 died say justice is more important.
As we head steadily toward the middle of the Southern Hemisphere autumn, one of the world’s great surf zones is about to come alive.
“No matter what I say during an interview with Western media,” says Indonesia’s first Islamic female comic, Sakdiyah Ma’ruf, “it always comes out a certain way.”
Small business owners are hoping to do a roaring trade in snacks known as takjil after several tough years due to COVID.
During Ramadan, the world’s 2 billion Muslims will focus on the core values of the holy month: helping the poor and committing oneself to the service of others.
Indonesia said Perry Warjiyo, who steered the Southeast Asian economy’s monetary policy through the pandemic years, will continue as central bank governor for a second term.