#HEALTH

Health Minister Under Pressure for Spending Too Little During Pandemic

Not much could be heard from Terawan Putranto since Indonesia's first Covid-19 cases were confirmed on March 2.

30 June 2020 | 02:01 AM

#LEGAL CASES

AGO Asked to Explain Light Sentence Demanded in Novel Baswedan's Acid Attack Trial

The prosecutor in the case only demanded a one-year sentence for an acid attack on the anti-corruption investigator.

29 June 2020 | 10:02 PM

#CORRUPTION

State Auditors File Police Complaint Against Benny Tjokrosaputro

Benny alleges BPK leaders have been protecting Bakrie & Brothers from being implicated in the Jiwasraya graft scandal.

29 June 2020 | 06:20 PM

#EYEWITNESS

Greenpeace Mannequins Join Protest Against Controversial Omnibus Bills

Greenpeace activists use mannequins to protest in front of the House of Representatives on Monday.

29 June 2020 | 04:05 PM

#EYEWITNESS

Don't Stop Me Now: Young Gymnast Trains at Home

Teen gymnast Averyl Baline Mattahati has been training at home with minimal facilities during the coronavirus pandemic.

29 June 2020 | 02:48 PM

#ENVIRONMENT

Food Estate Project: New Ecological Disaster Brewing in Kalimantan

President Joko Widodo's administration is planning to embark on a one-million-hectare rice field project in Kalimantan.

29 June 2020 | 02:34 PM

#HEALTH

Over 1,000 Covid-19 Patients Recover in a Day for First Time

Only three of ten worst-hit provinces have had more recoveries than active Covid-19 cases.

28 June 2020 | 09:32 PM

#ECONOMY

Indonesian Listed Companies to Pay Lowest Tax Rate in Southeast Asia

Some of Indonesia's listed companies will enjoy a lower income tax rate of 19 percent this year and next year, and 16 percent in 2022

28 June 2020 | 11:55 AM

#HEALTH

East Java, Jakarta Struggle to Contain Covid-19 as Cases Hit New High

East Java was 2,406 cases behind Jakarta on June 1, but it has now emerged as the worst-hit province. 

28 June 2020 | 06:19 AM

#POLICY

Gov't Demands More Jobs and Better Protection for Migrant Workers in Qatar

Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah said Qatar should hire more workers from Indonesia for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

27 June 2020 | 04:04 AM