Stories By Saifulbahri Ismail
106 Oct 2015 Tue
The companies suspected of burning land and causing transboundary haze are Asia Agri, Golen Agri Resources, Wilmar, Sime Darby, and Asia Pulp and Paper.
230 Sep 2015 Wed
Indonesia's haze task force is set to discuss Wednesday if the haze problem caused by forest fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan should be declared a national disaster, Environment and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar said.
329 Sep 2015 Tue
Speaking to Singapore reporters in Jakarta on Tuesday (Sep 29), Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen says the current aid package still stands, and it will be up to Indonesia to activate it.
428 Sep 2015 Mon
"Singapore, please come if you want to help. Don't just talk," Mr Kalla was quoted by Indonesian news agency Antara News as saying.
526 Sep 2015 Sat
According to Indonesian news agency Antara, Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Luhut Pandjaitan says this would be possible once the necessary infrastructure and manpower are ready.
623 Sep 2015 Wed
The Indonesian Palm Oil Producers Association says it will expel members found to be responsible for causing forest fires.
723 Sep 2015 Wed
Local authorities in Jakarta have also ruled that the slaughter of animals during Idul Adha should not be carried out in public places but instead should be confined to slaughter houses.
818 Sep 2015 Fri
Indonesia's environment minister says the country's president must decide whether to accept Singapore's offer to help battle forest fires in Sumatra.
916 Sep 2015 Wed
In a statement released by the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB), Indonesian President Joko Widodo tells authorities not to hesitate to take action against those guilty of the fires.
1016 Sep 2015 Wed
The companies were on a list compiled by authorities, which includes the names of company directors, commissioners and owners.