Stories By Devianti Faridz
117 Dec 2014 Wed
Packed main streets of Indonesia's capital are slated to undergo a radical move to ban motorcycles as authorities work to untangle long-running congestion through a mix of traffic enforcement, more public transport services and new tolls.
207 Dec 2014 Sun
The congress was to counter a Nusa Dua national meeting, where Aburizal Bakrie was re-elected chairman of Indonesia's Golkar party.
303 Dec 2014 Wed
Golkar will file a judicial review of a regulation which allows people to vote for local officials.
402 Dec 2014 Tue
Golkar Party chairman Aburizal Bakrie could get another term without a fight, after his lone opponent withdrew from the race, saying the process was undemocratic.
502 Dec 2014 Tue
Indonesia's Golkar party is set to choose a new chairman amid intense infighting.
627 Nov 2014 Thu
Factions within the Golkar party - the former political vehicle of former president Suharto, who was toppled in 1998 - have begun their battle as they seek to elect a new chairman during the congress.
724 Nov 2014 Mon
UNESCO and officials in Jakarta have been working to try and improve public awareness and response to the threat of another deadly tsunami, nearly a decade after the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004.
821 Nov 2014 Fri
Joko Widodo's first trip abroad as the Indonesian President was a showcase of how Indonesia will be run under the Widodo administration, defined by a straightforward style of diplomacy.
920 Nov 2014 Thu
Jakarta's new outspoken, no-nonsense Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama outlines his plans to solve the city's flood and traffic jam problems.
1017 Nov 2014 Mon
In the first report in a week-long series on women and public transport in Asia, we cast the spotlight on the Indonesian capital, which a recent survey has shown has one of the world's most unsafe transportation systems for women.