• Workers attack Banyu Urip project site in Cepu

    Thousands of angry workers at a construction site at the Banyu Urip oil field in Bojonegoro, East Java, reportedly destroyed facilities at the site on Saturday after they found that…

  • Candra Naya, besieged but still charming

    Besieged amid a towering business center on Jl. Gajah Mada in West Jakarta, what is left of Candra Naya mansion still emanates its old charm, evoking a nostalgic mood among…

  • More suspects may be named in dwelling time case

    The Jakarta Police said on Saturday that more individuals could be named suspects in a graft case that is thought to have caused long dwelling times at Tanjung Priok Port…

  • By the way ... Making a clean breast of it

    This column is about to reveal a bosom truth, so intimate it may be wise to hide the newspaper from the children and other impressionable members of your household.

  • Race starts for Muhammadiyah leadership

    The country’s second-largest Muslim organization, Muhammadiyah, held a plenary session on Saturday in Makassar, South Sulawesi, to select a short list of 39 candidates to replace outgoing chairman Din Syamsuddin.

  • Jokowi calls for tolerance at NU congress

    President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo opened on Saturday the 33rd national congress, or muktamar, of the Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), the country’s largest Islamic organization, in Jombang, East Java, which held the…

  • Campaigners call for breast-feeding enforcement

    Breast-feeding campaigners have called for tougher supervision and law enforcement amid rampant advertising and marketing for infant formula.

  • Government braces for El Niño fallout

    The government rolled out on Friday plans to anticipate drought and forest fires as the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) warned that the country could experience a long dry…

  • Another hike delay, pressure on Pertamina

    The government will once again place a heavy burden on cash-drained oil and gas firm Pertamina after it decided to extend the below-market price arrangement regarding fuel prices for at…

  • Muhammadiyah ready to elect new leader

    Next week, Muhammadiyah, the country’s second largest Muslim organization, will elect a new chair to replace outgoing chair Din Syamsuddin in the upcoming 47th national congress in Makassar, South Sulawesi.