• By the way: A tale of missing a crazy little thing called ‘Kartu Halo’

    After a few minutes’ delay and hasty boarding past midnight, passengers squeezed into the low-cost flight’s brand new Airbus, where seats are arranged in typically oh-so-close rows.

  • ASEAN, China sign investment agreement in Bangkok

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the People’s Republic of China finally signed a comprehensive economic deal on Saturday after seven years of negotiations.

  • Red-white flags adorn Banda Aceh

    Red and white flags decorated  buildings, homes and vehicles in Banda Aceh during Saturday’s celebration of the four-year historic peace agreement between the Indonesian government and the Free Aceh Movement…

  • Yudhoyono vows to prop up domestic market

    President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has hinted the economy will rely more on stronger domestic consumption than on exports in his second term in office.

  • Text your say Terrorists living next door?

    Police investigations have revealed that many terrorist hideouts have been in residential areas. What would you do if you were suspicious of your new neighbors?

  • EPL set to hit free-to-air TV in Indonesia

    Indonesian soccer fans can now get their fix of English Premier League soccer matches that kick off Saturday, with a local free-to-air TV station securing broadcast rights.

  • Judges' legal status questioned

    Despite their agreement on the integrity of ad-hoc judges at the Corruption Court, legal practitioners and right activists were opposed on how these judges should be treated in the country's…

  • Next govt's focus infrastructure, industry

    Economists have called on the government to focus more on developing infrastructure and revitalizing the industrial sector in a bid to accommodate the fast-growing informal sector that has become the…

  • Public urged to unite in fight against terrorism

    President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has reiterated his hope that Indonesians will unite in the fight against terrorism and prevent youths from succumbing to extremist views leading to acts of terrorism.

  • Lawmakers cry out for neglected anthem

    In an administrative blunder during at a state ceremony on Friday, the national anthem was accidentally left off the agenda,  leading several lawmakers to request the dismissal of the House…