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JAKARTA: President Joko Widodo has issued a shoot-to-kill order against drug dealers and traffickers, especially foreign ones, as he called for tougher action in Indonesias... [Read More]
Two months after starting operations, a waste bank in Cengkareng, West Jakarta, is providing additional income for residents. [Read More]
State-owned energy giant Pertamina, which claimed that overpriced 3-kilogram liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) canisters were no longer sold across Greater Jakarta, has stated there will... [Read More]
Q: Name changes occur when there is an adoption, marriage or when someone is placed in a witness protection program. I am still curious about... [Read More]
Students from the Adelaide-based Flinders University in Australia pose for a group photo alongside The Jakarta Post's editor-in-chief, Endy Bayuni (fifth left), during a visit... [Read More]
A 29-year-old fisherman was found dead, hanging from a tree in the Pluit Reservoir Park in Penjaringan, North Jakarta, on Friday morning... [Read More]
Police have captured a 31-year-old alleged rapist, identified as JS, in his hometown of Grobogan in Central Java after the suspect had been on the... [Read More]
Children wear flora and fauna-inspired costumes for the opening of Flona Fest at Lapangan Banteng in Central Jakarta on Friday... [Read More]
Jakarta firefighters often have to look for alternative water sources, as many fire hydrants in the capital do not work properly or are used by... [Read More]
In contrast to their poor performance, Jakarta City Councilors have focused their priorities on one bylaw they deem important to them: the one that will... [Read More]
A vast stretch of idle land located in Ciangir village, Banten, some 46 kilometers from the center of Jakarta, may be the answer to problems... [Read More]
Courtesy of Cumi Cumi CaféIf you are looking for unique twists on Italian food, try the July pasta promotional offer by Aston Marina Jakarta's Cumi... [Read More]
Talk of The Week: Registration For Traditional Korean Dance Classes For Women No... - Sat, July 22 2017 - The Jakarta Post... [Read More]
Mutual support: President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo (second right) helps KH Maimun Zubair, chairman of the Consultative Council of the United Development Party (PPP), during the... [Read More]
While President Trump is promoting "Made in America" week, we turn now to look at a recent investigation by The Guardian that revealed workplace abuse,... [Read More]
An estimated 5,000 workers at the giant Grasberg copper mine operated by Freeport-McMoRan Inc's Indonesian unit will extend their strike for a fourth month,... [Read More]
As a lengthy, urban battle drags on between Philippine forces and Islamist militants in the southern city of Marawi, a new report by a think-tank... [Read More]
Collusion between the City Council and the Jakarta administration has reemerged after former governor Basuki Ahok Tjahaja Purnama was forced to step down from his... [Read More]
The Jakarta Police plans to formally recruit civilians who usually help manage traffic at intersections and U-turns in exchange for small tips, to help ease... [Read More]
A 29-year-old fisherman was found dead, hanging from a tree in the Pluit Reservoir Park in Penjaringan, North Jakarta, on Friday morning. He reportedly committed... [Read More]