Indonesian Navy Receives Fifth Sempari-Class Offshore Patrol Vessel

The fifth KCR-60M is the first variant to be fully built by PAL – from the platform to its radar and weaponry system installations.

#SECURITY

Death Toll in Semeru Eruption Rises to 13

The air pollution level in affected areas is classified as extremely harmful to human health.

DECEMBER 05 #DISASTER

Sinovac Becomes Indonesia’s Most Sought-after Vaccine

The Sinovac vaccine is indeed the dominant brand being used since the country began the vaccination drive on January 13.

DECEMBER 05 #HEALTH

One Dead, Two Missing, Dozens Injured as Mount Semeru Erupts

Mount Semeru in East Java erupted on Saturday, sending a column of smoke and volcanic ashes into the air while triggering lahar on rivers

DECEMBER 05 #DISASTER

Eight Sand Miners Trapped by Mt Semeru Lava

Torrential rains have turned debris into the mud, hampering evacuation efforts in remote villages.

DECEMBER 04 #DISASTER

141m Indonesians Receive at Least One Covid-19 Vaccine Jab

But, the vaccination rate has been slowing down in the past month as people hold off their jab to wait for Sinovac vaccines.

DECEMBER 03 #HEALTH

Gov’t Imposes 10-Day Quarantine for International Arrivals amid Omicron Scare

The current requirement obliges foreign visitors and Indonesian returnees to spend a week-long quarantine.

DECEMBER 02 #HEALTH

VISION

Life in the Center of Mandalika Circuit

About 48 families live in the center of the hustle and bustle of the Mandalika Circuit.

#EYEWITNESS

Jakarta Tech Office Building Catches Fire

A teenage worker is feared dead after three people were evacuated from the Cyber Building.

DECEMBER 02 #DISASTER

India Seeks Direct Investment Passage to Indonesia

Indian investments in Indonesia have been mostly routed through Singapore.

DECEMBER 01 #INTERNATIONAL

Greater Jakarta, Bali Tighten Restrictions as Omicron Looms

The Greater Jakarta area and Bali would impose level II community-level restriction (PPKM 2) until Dec 13

NOVEMBER 30 #HEALTH

Indonesia Needs to Sort Out How to Sort Its Waste

Indonesia generates approximately 6.8 million tons of plastic waste every year, according to NPAP.  

NOVEMBER 30 #ENVIRONMENT

Indonesia Bans Travelers From Southern African Countries Over Omicron Concerns

The rules for restricting the entry of foreigners and the temporary suspension of visas for the countries will come into effect on Monday.

NOVEMBER 28 #TRAVEL

Razgatlıoğlu Crowned WSBK World Champion in Brand New Mandalika Circuit

Razgatlıoğlu is the first Turkish rider to become Superbike world champion.

NOVEMBER 22 #SPORTS

Indonesia Voices Concern over Global Vaccine Inequity

About 64.99 percent people in high income countries have received at least one dose, compared to the 6.48 percent in low income countries.

NOVEMBER 20 #INTERNATIONAL

How Italy's De Rosa Writes History in Mandalika Circuit

De Rosa's WorldSSP win came after a decade of asking.

NOVEMBER 20 #EYEWITNESS

Umar Papalia Uses Handline Fishing Method to Catch Big Tuna

Umar Papalia is a certified fisherman who employs sustainable fishing method in Maluku.

NOVEMBER 20 #EYEWITNESS

Vaccine Nationalism Not as Strong as Before: Think-Tank

FPCI’s upcoming Global Town Hall will zero in on the challenges of vaccinating the global population.

NOVEMBER 19 #INTERNATIONAL

MUI Member Suspended over Terror Charges

Ahmad Zain is accused of a leadership role in the regional terror network Jemaah Islamiyah.

NOVEMBER 18 #TERRORISM

Uzbekistan Aims to Expand Reach to SE Asia with Ambitious Railway Project

The 573-km trans-Afghan railroad has been dubbed “the event of the century” in Uzbekistan and it may take at least a decade to complete.

NOVEMBER 17 #INTERNATIONAL

Indonesia, Singapore Agree to Reopen Borders

The move came a week after Indonesia and Malaysia reached a similar agreement during a visit by the Malaysian prime minister.

NOVEMBER 17 #INTERNATIONAL