Saturday, January 22, 2022


Land battle awaits indigenous communities over Indonesia capital relocation, says NGO

Data compiled by AMAN in 2019 shows that at least 13 customary lands are located in the new capital area in North Penajam Paser.

Najib petik berita palsu berhubung kampus MIT Indonesia ketika senaraikan ‘pencapaian’ jadikan Malaysia hab pendidikan

Najib berkata rancangan untuk menjadikan Malaysia sebagai pusat pendidikan terhenti selepas beliau tumbang pada 2018.

Indonesian militant jailed for 15 years over 2002 Bali bombings

During the trial, Zulkarnaen denied involvement in the Bali bombings, but admitted they were carried out by his team.

6 Indonesians drown off Johor coast

Fishermen reported the incident after finding six survivors not far from the coast.

‘Nusantara’ nama ibu negara baru Indonesia

Presiden Joko Widodo juga sudah mengesahkan nama ibu negara itu yang bakal menggantikan Jakarta.

Indonesia names multi-billion new city to replace Jakarta

The name, Nusantara, has been confirmed by Indonesia President Joko Widodo.

Indonesia to introduce new tax breaks on property, car sales

The government had provided tax breaks for property and car sales last year under different schemes, which had expired in December.

Indonesian student’s selfies fetch US$1 million in NFT sales

NFTs have transformed digital items ranging from illustrations to memes into virtual collectors' items that cannot be duplicated.

Indonesian woman flogged 100 times for adultery, partner gets 15

Judges found it difficult to convict the man, who was then the head of East Aceh fishery agency and also married, because he denied all wrongdoings.

Calls for transparency, ‘reasonable’ recruitment fee for domestic workers ahead of Malaysia-Indonesia deal

Concerns are raised over the stated fee per worker of RM10,000 to RM15,000 including levies and quarantine costs.

Indonesia relaxes export ban to allow 37 coal vessels to depart

The ministry says the export ban has been eased for miners that have met a requirement to sell a portion for local power generation after the state utility procured enough coal at power stations to ensure 15 days of operations.

Indonesia rolls out booster shots, amid fears of Omicron spread

Elderly and immunocompromised residents, who are being prioritised in the programme, queued up at local health centres to boost their defences against a virus that has infected more than 4 million Indonesians.

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