Stories By Devianti Faridz
123 Sep 2014 Tue
According to a World Bank report released on Tuesday (Sep 23), Indonesia is now facing the smallest decline in poverty reduction in a decade.
222 Sep 2014 Mon
Plantation companies are paying local farmers to burn their land in order to bypass Indonesian restrictions preventing them from using slash-and-burn techniques.
321 Sep 2014 Sun
Hazy weather is affecting parts of Indonesia such as the provinces of South Sumatra and Riau. Firefighters deployed to put out these fires are finding it difficult working in remote conservation areas with dense forests and wild animals.
418 Sep 2014 Thu
The South Sumatran disaster mitigation agency has been carrying out water bombing operations since the beginning of September to combat Indonesia's hotspots.
517 Sep 2014 Wed
Singapore and Malaysia may have to endure poor air quality until at least the end of next month due to forest fires spreading in South Sumatra.
615 Sep 2014 Mon
Indonesia is planning to establish its first de-radicalisation centre to curb religious extremism and militancy. Inmates will receive spiritual and psychological counselling, apart from citizenship lessons and vocational training.
705 Sep 2014 Fri
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on Friday (Sep 5) launched seven projects worth US$1.1 billion as part of a 14-year masterplan to accelerate and expand Indonesia's economic development.
803 Sep 2014 Wed
Indonesia, which sends the largest group of Muslims each year on the annual haj pilgrimage, is taking precautions to ensure that its citizens going to Saudi Arabia will be safe from Ebola.
929 Aug 2014 Fri
Just weeks before he steps down from office, outgoing Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has warned that the world is now in a dangerous downward trend.
1028 Aug 2014 Thu
With the signing of an agreement to end a long-running espionage row, Indonesia and Australia will now work more closely together to tackle mutual security threats in the region.