Governor Joko “Jokowi” Widodo went to the National Commission on Human
Rights (Komnas HAM) on Friday after declining to honor…
TANGERANG (JP): Shops and business centers gear up for Chinese New Year celebrations next Saturday, displaying ornaments, cookies, cards and clothes symbolizing the Sin Cia fiesta.
TANGERANG (JP): Local police shot dead an alleged long-time criminal identified as Dadi, 35, in the wee hours on Tuesday, said Capt. A. Rahmad Wibowo, Tangerang Police detective chief.
BOGOR (JP): Forty-five villages and subdistricts in six districts in Bogor are set to receive Rp 13.5 billion in funding for poverty alleviation programs.
JAKARTA (JP): About 100 employees of the city-owned tap water company PAM Jaya held a rally at the City Council on Wednesday to protest a renegotiated agreement between the city…
JAKARTA (JP): National Police chief Lt. Gen. Rusdihardjo said on Wednesday that more armed police officers would be deployed to secure bank withdrawals, following the attempted robbery on Monday in…
JAKARTA (JP): Political activist Andi Arief demanded on Wednesday the reopening of a number of 1998 abduction cases on student activists, in which military representatives had admitted their involveme
JAKARTA (JP): In a bid to improve law and order in the city, the Central Jakarta mayoralty conducted a sweep of illegal immigrants, street hawkers, beggars and prostitutes early Wednesday…
JAKARTA (JP): Some 200 Jakarta-based non-governmental organizations (NGOs) joined hands in a massive campaign against drugs by establishing a consortium on Wednesday to consolidate all their forces an
JAKARTA (JP): Noting Jakarta Bay was the city's gateway, Governor Sutiyoso said on Wednesday that cleaning up its waters would boost the capital's appeal as a service city.
TANGERANG (JP): Many companies in Tangerang have yet to register their employees for the mandatory Jamsostek social security program, an official said on Monday.
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