Stories By Devianti Faridz
128 Jul 2015 Tue
British Prime Minister David Cameron met with Indonesia’s business community and religious leaders during the second day of his Southeast Asian tour on Tuesday (Jul 28).
219 Jul 2015 Sun
Despite their illegal status, Indonesia's motorcycle taxi companies are providing a welcome transport alternative for commuters in the congestion-plagued capital of Jakarta.
315 Jul 2015 Wed
A new toll road dubbed the "longest toll road" in Indonesia aims to reduce traffic congestion and travel time, but the Cipali road is unwaveringly straight for most of its 116 kilometres and drivers taking it face fatigue and loss of concentration.
414 Jul 2015 Tue
The Land Transport Authority (LTA), which will be set up under the Transportation Ministry, will oversee ambitious projects including the inter-city high speed rail line and light rail transit network in all Indonesian cities.
508 Jul 2015 Wed
The promotion of Indonesia's army chief of staff to head of the military on Wednesday (Jul 8) broke a tradition that saw the top post rotate among the branches of the armed forces.
608 Jul 2015 Wed
Uber in Indonesia could face criminal charges, as Jakarta’s Cyber Crime Police Unit began collecting evidence against the company over its failure to obtain a business license and pay taxes.
725 Jun 2015 Thu
Indonesians married to foreign nationals may one day be able to own a property without a prenuptial agreement, as a group of mixed-nationality couples are fighting for a change to the existing law that disallows them from doing so.
819 Jun 2015 Fri
Indonesia’s Food and Drug Agency has increased inspections across the archipelago in light of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan, but the lack of strong law enforcement and public ignorance has made it difficult to ensure food products are safe for eating.
912 Jun 2015 Fri
As the world marks World Day Against Child Labour 2015 on Friday (Jun 12), Indonesia's Manpower Ministry says it plans to phase out all forms of child labour in seven years.
1004 Jun 2015 Thu
Indonesia confirmed it will build temporary shelters to accommodate stranded migrants in Aceh and Sumatra.