The following stories talk about the subject ‘The Island of Java’.
The decline of fertility rates and the problems this may cause.
The Blitar government plans to close down its three red light districts.
The mud in Sidoarjo is still flowing while some say nature is to blame.
A visiting cleric from Yemen worries about the state of the Indonesian Muslim clerisy, and Abu Bakar Bashir.
The provincial backwaters of Java are awash with homemade student sex videos.
Not everyone is in love with Valentine's Day.
A hospital in Bandung that banned nurses from wearing headscarves is confronted by a radical Muslim group.
A Christian group in Bandung is forced to stop services.
Moving the capital city of Indonesia away from Jakarta.
Couples on Java should have only one child, says the vice president.
The Human Rights Commission delivers a report on the persecution of the Ahmadiyah sect in recent years.
Artists in Pamekasan, Madura protest a law against the staging of theatrical and other entertainment shows.
A new Sundanese dictionary has been compiled.
The Al-Zaytun Islamic school has fallen under suspicion of links to Negara Islam Indonesia (NII).
Regional branches of the Ulema Council are urged not to be limp-wristed about encouraging local sharia laws.
About half the regions of Indonesia have endemic bird flu.
Surakarta police are focusing on the Wonogiri area in the search for terrorist cells.
Clerics in Pamekasan, Madura, want the mayor to allow public servants to be polygamous.
Azhari Dipo Kusumo, or Ustad Dipo, is a free man after serving time for terrorism convictions.