Category: News

Qatar Airways

Garuda Indonesia Fills Qatar Airways Demand Amid Political Tensions

Qatar Airways has been banned from flying through most of the Middle East’s airspace, leaving Garuda Indonesia to fill the gap.

No More Happy Endings for Bali Spas

The crackdown on Bali’s so-called happy ending parlours continues, with massage parlours in Legian and Denpasar the latest to be raided. The River View Spa in Jalan...

OPEC

Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates Invites Indonesia to Re-Join OPEC

Although domestic crude oil production is still insufficient to meet local demand, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have invited Indonesia to rejoin OPEC.

Terror Threat No Match For Bali-Bound Holiday Makers

The threat of terrorism throughout the region has failed to dampen the enthusiasm of Australian holiday goers who continue to flock to the resort beaches of Bali,...

sea patrol

Navy, Water Police Step Up Sea Patrols Amid Philippine Violence

The Indonesian Navy and Water Police have stepped up sea patrols in the Halmahera Sea, amid fears of terrorists entering from the South Philippines.

Japanese Surf Instructor Drowns Off Bali Coast

Experienced and amateur surfers alike have been warned to stay safe in Bali’s famous waters after Japanese surf instructor drowned at a beach nearby the Ngurah Rai...

Government To Launch KA Trans Papua Rail Project

In line with plans to develop infrastructure in Indonesia’s more remote regions, the government is set to construct a railway connecting Papua.

Anti-Persecution Coalition Call For Action Over Harassment

The country’s leading legal and human rights organisations have teamed up as the Anti-Persecution Coalition to warn against increasing acts of persecution and...

Samurai Bond

Government to Issue Samurai Bond Worth 100 Billion Yen

The government is ready to issue another batch of samurai bonds, worth ¥100 billion. The issuance of the bonds is hoped to create positive sentiment, particularly among...

Tax Target

Minister Revises Tax Target, Investors Remain Confident

Although the overall national economic condition is stronger than last year, tax revenue is dragging.

Persecution Continues To Trend Online: SAFEnet Warns

A frightening trend of online targeting and cyber-bullying of individuals for their personal views amid tense freedom of expression tests in Indonesia has prompted one...

Jakarta-Cikampek

Jasa Marga to Halt Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Construction Ahead of Mudik

Highway operator Jasa Marga has warned mudik, the routine returning to one’s hometown or village ahead of Eid al-Fitr, will again be marred by congestion, even with...

Drowning Death in Bali Reminds Visitors to Be Safe

A 20-year-old man drowned after slipping while fishing at Baung Penyu Beach, Bali, on Tuesday, May 30, prompting authorities to remind visitors to be cautious around the...

Korean Air Ready to Fly to Lombok

South Korean carrier Korean Air is set to host charter flights between South Korea and Lombok International Airport, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), in July and August....