The seventh annual ReelOzInd! Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival has showcased films from both countries on the topic of ‘suara’, or ‘voice’. Watch the festival reel inside.
In many Asian communities, questions on marital status and descendants are culturally acceptable. However, they hardly cope with intrusive questions on marriage and children.
Australia has sent vials of a “rare” antidote for chemical poisoning to Indonesia after 133 children died from acute kidney damage linked to tainted cough syrup.
Indonesia’s exports could hit a record $280 billion this year, with nickel-based steel shipments rising sharply, a senior minister said on Monday.
Australian government ordered to mediate with Indonesians jailed in adult prisons while still children
Scores of Indonesian youths wrongly jailed as adults in Australia are a step closer to getting justice, after the Federal Court ordered the Commonwealth to enter mediation.
Miners in Australia, the world’s largest producer of lithium, are moving off the ground floor of the global market for electric-vehicle battery materials through partnerships with big U.S. and Chinese processing companies.
The ReelOzInd! 2022 Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival is in full swing, launching with successful premieres in both Melbourne and Malang on Saturday, before embarking on our pop-up festival of screenings.
Rough seas driven by strong winds, which scientists link to rising global temperatures, are increasingly common and treacherous, while warming waters are killing fish or causing them to migrate to cooler areas.
Southeast Asia’s biggest literary festival, in Bali, is back, after going online during the pandemic
This year the festival returns to Ubud – known as Bali’s centre of traditional culture for its numerous historical sites and art museums – with an on-the-ground program hosted by more than 100 writers, thinkers and artists.
The majority of Indonesians consume content regularly, hence it is logical if this consumption translates into the success of the local creative industry.
Country investigating 206 cases of kidney injury that could be linked to ingredients in liquid medicines.
Australia says it will continue to provide military training, conduct joint exercises and export weapons to Indonesia despite increased violence and allegations of human rights abuses in West Papua, in the far east of the archipelago, where conflict has been rumbling for decades.
The Indonesian government has launched a program that will pay thousands of traditional fishers to collect plastic trash from the sea as part of wider efforts to cut marine plastic waste by 70 per cent by 2025.
The ReelOzInd! Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival 2022 has premiered with successful launches in both Melbourne, Australia and Malang, Indonesia, debuting alongside an online festival and ongoing pop-up events that showcase 10 short films from both countries.