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  • Residents told to save water
    Residents of the Greater Jakarta area have been warned to save water during this year’s extended dry season, which may turn into a drought.
  • Consumers worried about economy, reduce spending
    Indonesia’s consumer confidence worsened in the first half of this year as the economy deteriorated with no signs of a quick recovery, latest surveys show.
  • Haram edict on health insurance ‘misguided’
    The latest fatwa from the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) declaring the national health insurance (JKN) program to be in violation of sharia law is deemed to be misguided, with officials saying that
  • Drought threatens RI food security target
    The government’s efforts to improve food security are facing a tough road ahead after several regions across the archipelago have reported massive harvest failure over the past few months caused
  • NU clerics want death penalty for corruption
    Muslim clerics across the nation have urged law enforcement agencies and courts to be steadfast in dealing with corruption and money laundering, and bold enough to hand down death sentences to thos
  • Police name suspects in port logistics fiasco
    The Jakarta Police named on Wednesday three people allegedly involved in a graft case that had been suspected of causing the notoriously long dwelling time at the Tanjung Priok Port.
  • Some regions may not vote until 2017
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