Indonesian government preparing for the release of US embassy documents in Jakarta; the WikiLeaks Cablegate affair.
Incidence, case rates, and other statistics on AIDS in Indonesia, with Papua province being the worst affected.
Immigration officials plan to carefully inspect Miyabi’s credentials upon her arrival in Indonesia, while her film ‘Hantu Tanah Kusir’ is released.
Indonesia places 15th overall in the Asian Games in Guangzhou, behind Malaysia but ahead of Singapore.
Local government in Wonogiri cancels funding for traditional Javanese cultural ceremonies.
What’s behind the persecution of Ariel Peterpan; a survey of the conspiracy theories out there.
The love of a boy for the humble bakso soup dominates headlines after Obama visits Indonesia.
The torture of domestic worker Sumiati binti Salan Mustapa and the Indonesian government response.
Merapi refugees at a church in Bantul forced to leave their shelter due to fears over sneaky Christian proselytising.
Duty/tax-free shopping for tourists is coming to Indonesia, sort of; comparison with Singapore duty free shopping.
Tanjung Puting national park in Borneo among the winners in the inaugural Citra Pesona Wisata (Cipta Award) tourism awards.
How to get where you family needs to go with minimal stress? Which Indonesian airline is best suited to bringing the wife and kids?
Why Indonesians are not big book readers; ‘Reading Ambassador’ Tantowi Yahya holds forth on the issue and blames poverty.
Reporting on possible foreigner deaths from earthquakes and tsunamis, like in Mentawai.
Jusuf Kalla chides the residents of the slopes of Mt Merapi for believing in superstition, instead of trusting government.
Plans to install CCTV surveillance cameras in the red light district of Surabaya, Dolly, as the noose tightens around it.
The debate over whether to award former president Soeharto national hero status.
Turning Panjang Beach into a tourist mecca to rival Kuta, Bali; the homestays have been prepared.