General Gatot Nurmantyo has accused a national institution of illegally importing military-grade weapons. He has attacked the police and taken issue with budget disparities. The government appears indecisive on the…
Appreciating Art and Culture
LAST week, the film Pengkhianatan G30S/PKI (The Treachery of the Communist Party 30 September Movement) was shown throughout Indonesia.
POLITICAL maneuvering by Indonesian Military (TNI) Commander Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo is endangering democracy.
Corruption cases involving regional heads continue to make headlines. Democracy is failing to produce leaders with integrity.
The past is a foreign country-as the famous saying goes.
Last Friday, when attention turned to the potential eruption of Mount Agung in Bali, Bank Indonesia (BI) decided to cut its reference rate by 25 basis points.
Bank Indonesia is accelerating the implementation of the National Payment Gateway. The electronic moneys top-up fee is met with rejection.
A Judge in the Judicial Panel of the Peoples Tribunal on Myanmar: Myanmar Has Committed Genocide
Another Fall From Grace
Finance Minister Requests the Evaluation of 35GW Project
Weve Been Caught Off Guard
An Ujung Kulon forest ranger encountered a large cat presumed to be a Javan tiger. The tiger had been previously declared extinct.
Setya Novantos pre-trial ruled out the DPR Speakers nomination as suspect in the e-KTP corruption case investigation. There were many irregularities in the proceedings.
The taxation directorate-general is liable to the payment of tax restitution and a fine worth at least Rp785 billion to the Permata Hijau Sawit Group. The affair is the outcome…
Although the Batik City of Pekalongan is not a huge production center for its famous vibrant-colored textiles, the city harbors a plethora of natural wonders in the mountainous area surrounding…
Many of Indonesias bird species are dying out. According to IUCN (the International Union for Conservation Nature) 2015 records, 131 bird species in Indonesia are at the brink of extinction,…
Youths from the Barawai village in the Yapen Islands, Papua, have joined hands to conserve the bird-of-paradise. Their efforts have won them the Kalpataru Award.