Military Helicopter Crashes in Central Java, Killing Four Onboard

The army claimed the Russian-made helicopter was in "good condition" prior to the fatal flight.

#DISASTER

Indonesia Reports Highest Daily Coronavirus Cases to Surpass Grim Milestone of 30,000

In the last 16 days, confirmed cases of coronavirus in Indonesia have surged by more than 10,000.

JUNE 06 #HEALTH

Academic Year to Start on Schedule, But Classes May Need to Wait

The government should respect decision by students or their parents against face-to-face teachings due to coronavirus fear.

JUNE 06 #EDUCATION

China Sends Medical Equipment Aid to Indonesia

China sent thousands of PCR testing kits, PPEs, and masks to help Indonesia mitigate Covid-19.

JUNE 06 #INTERNATIONAL

New Public Housing Savings Agency Targets 13m Members by 2024

Government seeks to increase the proportion of households living in decent residence to 70 percent of Indonesia's total households by 2024.

JUNE 06 #POLICY

Indonesia's Coronavirus Cases Hit Two-Week High, Recoveries Set New Record

East Java, the current epicenter of the outbreak, registered 274 more cases than Jakarta in the past week.

JUNE 05 #HEALTH

Prabowo to Continue Leading Gerindra

The party's regional chapters have reportedly asked the former Army general to retain leadership and join the 2024 presidential race.

JUNE 05 #POLITICS

VISION

Meikarta Introduces Drive-In Dining

Meikarta has introduced a new drive-in dining experience to help their food and beverage tenants get back on their feet during the pandemic.

#EYEWITNESS

Meikarta Introduces Drive-In Dining

Meikarta has introduced a new drive-in dining experience to help their food and beverage tenants get back on their feet during the pandemic.

June 03 #EYEWITNESS

Gov't Prepares for Possible Food Crisis Post-Pandemic

Indonesia's food stock remains adequate for this year, but a long drought might stretch it to the limit.

JUNE 04 #COMMODITY

Unemployment Could Reach 7 Percent Due to Pandemic: Manpower Minister

A total of 1.7 million workers have already lost their jobs or been furloughed by their employers during the coronavirus crisis.

JUNE 04 #SOCIAL

Jokowi Orders Stricter Measures as Coronavirus Spreads Fast in South Kalimantan, South Sulawesi

On Thursday, South Kalimantan went past South Sumatra to become the sixth most-affected province due to soaring cases in the past week.

JUNE 04 #HEALTH

Jokowi Sets New Target of 20,000 PCR Tests Per Day

The president has also asked Health Minister Terawan Putranto to standardize prices for PCR testing.

JUNE 04 #HEALTH

Jakarta Extends Large-Scale Social Restriction, Declares June a 'Transition Period'

The transition period will allow some economic activities to resume gradually at reduced capacity.

JUNE 04 #POLICY

Public Service to Continue Uninterrupted Under New Normal: Minister

New systems will be in place at ministries and government agencies.

JUNE 04 #POLICY

Indonesia Expects Another Tough Month in Coronavirus Outbreak

Modeling by Bappenas and the University of Indonesia projects a pandemic peak between 21 May and 29 May.

JUNE 04 #HEALTH

China Continues Investigation Into Sea Burials of Indonesian Fishermen: Foreign Affairs Ministry

Another video has surfaced showing the dead body of another Indonesian fisherman being thrown overboard a Chinese fishing vessel.

JUNE 03 #INTERNATIONAL

Health Protocol Not Enough: Ombudsman Demands More Preparation for 'New Normal'

The Ombudsman says the government must cancel the new normal health protocol if Covid-19 cases spike again after its implementation.

JUNE 03 #POLICY

Tourist Arrivals Drop 87 Percent During Pandemic

President Joko Widodo says there's no rush to reopen tourist sites but tells ministries to prepare "new normal" guidelines.

JUNE 03 #TRAVEL

Indonesian Gov't Denies Turning to Herd Immunity

Herd immunity is nearly impossible to achieve in an archipelago where contacts between people are naturally restricted, the government says.

JUNE 03 #HEALTH

Indonesians in US Told to Avoid George Floyd Protests

The Indonesian Embassy in the US advises Indonesians to stay home and avoid the protests that have spread nationwide.

JUNE 02 #INTERNATIONAL

Immunization Should Continue Amid Pandemic: Health Ministry

Postponing routine vaccinations may expose children to vaccine-preventable diseases.

JUNE 02 #HEALTH