TikTok videos Nirwana Selle posted each day she worked at a nickel smelter in Indonesia went viral after her sudden death.
Online film library leverages ReelOzInd! festival to push the study of Indonesian language and culture
The ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival has brought joy to fans of cinema and now it is poised to Read more
In many developing countries, the informal economy does make a significant contribution to total economic activity, but in Indonesia, the percentage of its informal economy is very high.
Deadly glycol contamination discovered in Uzbekistan, following cases in The Gambia and Indonesia
Indonesia has recently given countries in the Indo-Pacific a stern reminder that the geopolitical rivalry between the United States and China could “very well escalate into open conflict” if not properly managed, underpinning broader concerns that things could turn from bad to worse.
The murder trial of former two-star police general Ferdy Sambo has exposed the force to rare public scrutiny.
The discovery of a trove of long-forgotten, black-and-white photographs in an Italian library has proven that a group of Indigenous Australians formed a community in South East Asia 150 years ago.
PAIR research examines themes of education, health, safety, gender equality, disability, and social inclusion
New research being conducted by the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) examines important themes of education, health, and safety in the family setting.
The building of infrastructure such as ports, railway lines, airports and roads presents many exciting opportunities, especially in areas that have not experienced this kind of development before.
Indonesia and Australia have promised to strike a new defence cooperation agreement, despite lingering tensions over the federal government’s push to acquire nuclear-powered submarines.
Styrofoam waste in Indonesia still abundant and not properly addressed, says influential youth group
Youth-led environmental group the Antheia Project says that Styrofoam is yet another dangerous waste that has not been properly addressed, being widely used but with little to no waste processing, leaving large amounts degraded in nature and found on beaches.
Indonesian Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Hamonangan Laoly urged various parties at the “Bali Process Government and Business Forum” to make collective efforts to overcome people smuggling and human trafficking.
The decline of Indonesian language education in Australian institutions is raising concerns about the potential impact on future relations between the neighbouring countries.
Indonesia is preparing to send a search and rescue team, medical workers and logistical aid to Turkey following the devastating earthquakes on Monday that rocked parts of Turkey and Syria and killed around 17,000 people to date.