Indonesian lawmakers will discuss a plan to legalise marijuana for medicinal purposes, after a mother’s plea for the treatment for her child spread widely online.
Indonesia is one of the nations that has the most important bilateral relationship with Australia, with education being one of these important aspects.
Buy now, pay later services take off in Southeast Asian country where most people don’t have a bank account.
A recent study revealed that the implementation of a visitor cap could greatly reduce the impact on the environment at Komodo National Park in East Nusa Tenggara.
Loaded with a mix of fresh chilli, ginger, garlic, onion and shrimp paste, blachan is a popular relish across Australia’s far north.
In facing global climate uncertainty and world political instability, Indonesia must be more aware of the current situation and always ensure that Indonesia is able to face the challenges of political instability and the global climate.
While structural inequality continues to create discrimination against people with disabilities in Indonesia, a shift to a human-rights based approach is a chance to bridge the gap.
Following the scandal over an antisemitic artwork at documenta fifteen in Kassel, the curatorial team has now been joined by the artist collective Taring Padi in apologizing.
The pandemic fund being prepared by the Group of 20 major economies to deal with future pandemics may start operating by the end of this month, the forum’s current chair Indonesia said after its gathering in Yogyakarta.
Conservation group Progres Sulawesi is spearheading a community-based program to protect the little-known cuscus on the island of Salibabu.
DNA analysis of ancient human remains has shed new light on an “explosion” of intermixing cultures and genetics in an island region known as Wallacea – an imprint still detectable in East Indonesians.
As Indonesia seeks to educate its massive population, direct partnerships between training institutions in Indonesia and Australia will be crucial in making it a reality.
The Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) encouraged people to be aware of the rising COVID-19 trend with over 1,000 daily infections since the last week. On Monday, June 20, 2022, the country recorded 1,180 new cases which were highly contributed by Jakarta with 701 cases.
The visit therefore appeared to bode well for the implementation of IA-CEPA, the bilateral free trade agreement that was signed and ratified into law last year. But whether it turns out that way remains to be seen.
Mangroves, reefs and fish stocks – the building blocks of stronger approach by both countries to address global warming.