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  • Trans-Sumatra railway in sight
    The Transportation Ministry is preparing a 2,168-kilometer railway linking Aceh in the northern part of Sumatra to Lampung on the southern tip of the country’s longest island as part of the mediu
  • Government aids Aburizal’s detractors
    The government has dragged itself into the escalating conflict within the Golkar Party, the second biggest legislative seat holder, by banning chairman Aburizal Bakrie from organizing a national co
  • Solving forest fires a matter of will, says Jokowi
    President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has issued an ultimatum demanding that all stakeholders show a strong will to resolve land and forest fires in Indonesia, especially in Riau province, where the i
  • House standoff back to square one
    The truce between the Red-and-White Coalition and Great Indonesia Coalition at the House of Representatives came to nought on Wednesday as the legislative body put the brakes on amending the Legisl
  • Employers lament massive rally
    The Batam chapter of the Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo) has claimed that the industrial sector in Batam, Riau Islands, will suffer losses of US$10 million per day during labor rallies, w
  • 790 motorcyclists ticketed on first day of Operation Zebra
  • Slick barbershops pamper city men
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