Tag: Church Attack, Indonesia, Yogyakarta
Indonesia ExpatFeb 11, 2018
A man wielding a sword attacked several churchgoers on Sunday (Feb 11) in the city of Yogyakarta, injuring a German priest and three others, including a police officer,...
Ardi WirdanaNov 13, 2017
A visual-effects museum in Yogyakarta has removed its display of a waxwork of Adolf Hitler following protests by Jewish and human rights groups who described the...
Indonesia ExpatAug 29, 2017
Construction on the new Yogyakarta airport in Kulon Progo has begun, despite state-owned operator Angkasa Pura having not yet secured an environmental impact assessment...
Cory RogersAug 16, 2017
The Government of Indonesia kicked off its most ambitious immunization drive to date this week in Yogyakarta, with aims to vaccinate 35 million children in Java against...
Sharon HambaliJun 23, 2017
Former US President Barack Obama and family will fly into Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport on Friday, June 23, for a weeklong holiday before heading to Java.
Jeff HuttonApr 05, 2017
Yogyakarta will hold its 12th Annual Air Show, highlighting the area’s attractions but also an old airport that grounds its tourism.
Sharon HambaliMar 31, 2017
Expats who are looking for great places in Indonesia to call home, here are five great spots that might be suitable for you.
DC Astilla-MagonciaJan 22, 2017
Groundbreaking ceremonies for the New Yogyakarta International Airport will be formally held on Monday, January 23, with President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo gracing the...
Kirstienne Ishia Marie ToledoDec 16, 2016
Malaysia and Vietnam rank higher than Indonesia in an English Proficiency Survey done by international education company, Education First (EF).
Nadya Joy Gozon AdorDec 14, 2016
After a Christmas service in Bandung was forcibly shut down by Islamic hardliners early last week, another militant Islamic group in Yogyakarta pressed a Christian...
Leighton CosseboomOct 21, 2016
A 23-year-old Dutch tourist died after stepping in front of a train at the station in Lempuyangan, Yogyakarta.
Tommy PrayogaOct 13, 2016
Officials in Yogya believe there are two kinds of Indonesians: native and non-native. Because of this, we might not be able to own the land we’ve purchased