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Asia News Network
Asean haze watch system 'delayed by others'
Asean countries have been unable to implement the regional grouping's haze monitoring system because other parties have yet to agree to do so.
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5 hrs ago
Indonesia Press-Cita Mineral gets $330 mln loan for smelter-Kontan
PT Cita Mineral Investindo Tbk, an Indonesian bauxite miner, has secured a loan worth $330 million with one-year tenure via its unit PT Well Harvest Winning Alumina Refinery to develop a smelter-grade alumina plant, the company said in a statement.
9 hrs ago
Hotel News Resource
Kim Powley Named General Manager for Pan Pacific Perth
The appointment brings Kim full circle, marking the return to his home city and back to Pan Pacific Perth where he started his career more than 30 years ago.
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Garuda Indonesia launches domestic brace
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The Daily Star
Iran's Zarif rejects Israel 'lies' on Gaza weapons ship
Indonesia's Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa walks next to his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif prior to their meeting at the Foreign Ministry office in Jakarta on March 6, 2014.
19 hrs ago
Indonesia's Bakrie Vows Resource Protectionism to Boost Industry
Indonesia should keep more resources such as natural gas at home to bolster its domestic industries, according to Aburizal Bakrie, who rates himself the favorite to win a presidential election to be held in July.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours: Jakarta Travel Tips
You will find a remarkable skyline and be impressed with some of the tallest buildings on the planet.
Oi! Hop it! Brave frog risks his life sitting on a crocodile's snout
Perched on the snout of a crocodile, this brave frog will probably never realise just how much of a lucky escape it's had.
Prices of thermal coal hit by theft, illegal shipments
Coal thefts across the Indonesian archipelago totalled about US$6 billion last year, a local industry group estimates - PHOTO: REUTERS [LONDON] At one of the world's largest coal mines in the Indonesian province of South Kalimantan, enough of the fossil fuel is being stolen every three days to fill a vessel almost the size of the Chrysler Building, ... (more)
Voice of America
Warehouse Explosion in Indonesia Kills 1, Injures 87
A massive explosion at an Indonesian naval ammunition warehouse in Jakarta has killed at least one person and injured 87 others.
1 dead, dozens injured in explosion at Indonesian ammunition depot
An explosion at an Indonesian navy ammunition warehouse near Jakarta killed one person and injured dozens of others, authorities said.
Westhill Consulting Jakarta: What You Need to Know About IPO Investments
Below is a guide to Initial Public Offerings intended to simplify the jargon and remove the fear that IPO's involve higher risk as compared to usual investments.
Ammunition warehouse explodes in Indonesia, killing 1, injuring 24
An ammunition warehouse belonging to the navy exploded in North Jakarta on Wednesday, killing one marine and seriously wounding 24 other people, mostly marines, according to the military.
Schapelle Corby poses with her nephew Wyan after her release from prison.
Schapelle Corby locked herself in the toilet for an entire day and was still on "heavy medication", her brother-in-law revealed on Wednesday as he begged the media to give her space and not to "twist" the family's words.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
EHotelier Global Hospitality News
Hilton Worldwide has announced the opening of Hilton Suites Makkah First Tower at the heartland of Saudi Arabia.
BlackBerry Z3 smartphone set to rock Indonesia
BlackBerry might have been on the wane as a smartphone company for years now, no thanks to the meteoric rise of Android, iOS, and even Windows Phone in certain markets, but this does not mean that the company is dead and buried.
The Star Online
Three times a loser, Indonesia's Megawati is pivotal in elections
As Indonesia gears up for twin elections this year, the pivotal figure is a woman in her late sixties who has been trounced all three times that she has contested for president.
The Heartland Institute
John Kerry's Climate Policy is the Same as Bloodletting: Patients are not Cured, and Sometimes Die
On February 16, Secretary of State John Kerry gave a long speech in Jakarta, Indonesia before a group of Indonesian students, civic leaders, and government officials in a U. S. Embassy-run American Center in a shopping mall.
Asia News Network
JAKARTA: Poor infrastructure may lead Indonesia to middle-income trap
The Jakarta Post has recently discussed the risk of Indonesia's economy falling victim to the so-called "middle-income trap".
The Star Online
Indonesian police nab six M'sians for hacking into ATM accounts
JAKARTA: Police here detained six Malaysians for allegedly hacking into the accounts of 112 bank customers through automated teller machines and stealing Rupiah 1.24 billion .