Environmentalists have slammed a move by the Indonesian government to let a three-year moratorium on new permits for oil plantations to lapse.
The Australia Indonesia Centre has been a key contributor to the federal government’s Blueprint for Trade and Investment with Indonesia, a document that identifies opportunities across education as well as areas such as agriculture and health.
Indonesia is finalising a plan to offer free Covid-19 vaccine boosters to more than 114 million people in anticipation of an “inevitable” third wave of coronavirus outbreak.
Tens of thousands of students exposed to COVID-19, should limited face-to-face learning be maintained?
Not one month of face-to-face learning (PTM) has been implemented, at least 15,000 students in various areas exposed to Covid-19.
Judges order the president and the Jakarta governor to take steps to tighten standards in order to stem pollution.
Indonesia is in talks with the World Health Organization (WHO) as well as six drug companies to become a global hub for manufacturing vaccines, its health minister told Reuters.
A consortium of Indonesian companies, regulators, and one university has begun a series of tests on an aviation fuel containing a small share of biofuel derived from palm oil.
Officials have announced that all Bali regions have officially turned into a Covid-19 epidemiological orange zone.
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.
After almost 18 months, children in Jakarta will begin to re-enter classrooms on Monday, as Indonesia, which faces on of the worst COVID outbreaks globally, eases restrictions in some areas.
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.