Aussie Halal certifiers 'offer payment to Indonesians'

Story Published: 7 Sep 2015

HALAL certifiers in Australia have offered tens of thousands of dollars to Indonesia's top halal authority in apparent...

Editors Picks, Halal Certification, Indonesia, Trade

Orangutans beaten by villagers after escaping forest fires

Story Published: 12 Nov 2015

AN orangutan and her baby have been rescued after they were reportedly attacked by villagers in Borneo.

Borneo, Indonesia, Orangutans

Indonesia plans to build jail guarded by crocodiles

Story Published: 11 Nov 2015

INDONESIA'S anti-drugs agency has proposed building a jail on an island guarded by crocodiles to hold death-row drug...

Convicts, Crocodiles, Death Row, Drugs, Indonesia, Jail

Indonesia hit by magnitude 7.0 earthquake

Story Published: 28 Jul 2015

A MAGNITUDE 7.0 earthquake has hit off the coast of Abepura in Indonesia, the US Geological Survey site has reported.

Earthquake, Editors Picks, Indonesia, Seismic

Voters mixed on handling of Indonesia relationship

Story Published: 6 May 2015

ALMOST half of Australian voters polled about the nation’s relationship with Indonesia believe the Abbott Government is...

Bali Nine, Indonesia, Politics

1500 attend Hillsong for executed Andrew Chan's funeral

Story Published: 8 May 2015

ABOUT 1500 Sydneysiders packed a Hillsong church in Baulkham Hills for the funeral service of Bali Nine drug smuggler...

Andrew Chan, Death Penalty, Hillsong, Indonesia

Bishop hits out at "cheap political shot" on death penalty

Story Published: 30 Apr 2015

A RARE political truce over clemency efforts for the Bali Nine pair has been broken, with the Foreign Minister accusing...

Bali Nine, Death Penalty, Indonesia, Julie Bishop

Australia and Indonesia should 'rebuild relationship'

Story Published: 1 May 2015

INDONESIA’S Ambassador to Australia has called for relations to be rebuilt between the two countries.

Australia, Bali Nine, Death Penalty, Drugs, Indonesia

At least 30 dead as plane crashes into Medan, Indonesia

Story Published: 30 Jun 2015

An INDONESIAN military plane has crashed in the city of Medan in Sumatra killing at least 30 people, officials have...

Editors Picks, Indonesia, Plane Crash

Indonesia boycotting could harm ordinary people

Story Published: 30 Apr 2015

WHILE Clive Palmer has called for a boycott of Indonesia an economics expert has warned any retaliation could harm ordinary...

Bali Nine, Boycott, Clive Palmer, Indonesia

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