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Indonesia's national flag carrier, Garuda Indonesia, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism of the REpublic of Indonesia organises a travel fair in several big cities in Australia, given the importance of this country to the Indonesian...
Has been long awaited especially by Indonesian community who lives here, Garuda Indonesia finally held its travel fair in Australia. After holding a travel exhibition in Perth and Melbourne simultaneously on 7-9 December, "Wonderful Indonesia -...

Television and Power

To celebrate World Television Day, Dr Effendi Ghazali, a lecturer from the post graduate Communication Studies at University of Indonesia and creator of the satirical Indonesian television program Dream Republic, talks about the role of media in...
What prompted Dr Effendi Ghazali to develop the program Dream Republic?  Will conventional media like television still be influential in the 2019 Indonesian Presidential election?  Why is the role of television in Indonesian politics complex?  Dr...

CRIME FRAUD

The Australian Tax Office wants people to be on alert for scammers who are using sophisticated methods to extract money from their victims.

UGM - Franklin Rivers Tasmania

The Team of Nature Lovers Students of Gadjah Mada University (Mapagama) Yogyakarta, conquered the swift currents of the Franklin River, Tasmania, in Australia.
The expedition called "The Pristine Wild Rivers" sailed along the 125 KM of the river for eight days. The 5th international expedition involved seven students, namely Irfan Hafiyyansah, Lutfi Perdana, Rais Kun Fajar PS, Iqbal Setya Nugraha, Suryo...

Peni Candra Rini - 'Sinden'

‘Sinden’, composer, musician and educator, Peni Candra Rini talks about what being a ‘sinden’ means to her.    
What distinguishes Peni Candra Rini from traditional ‘sinden’?  What different elements make up Peni’s creative process ?   What role did Peni’s father play in her development as a ‘sinden’?  Peni Candra Rini talks about her art and the upcoming...

RENTAL AFFORDABILITY

The latest Rental Affordability Index reveals Hobart remains the least affordable city for renters in Australia.

Know Your Status.

As part of World HIV AIDS Day 2018, HIV AIDS activist and writer Syaiful W. Harahap spoke about problems in combatting HIV AIDS in Indonesia.
Why is it difficult to get Indonesians to check their HIV AIDS status? Why is it difficult to reduce the incidence of HIV AIDS in Indonesia?  Why is the sexual behaviour  of some people caused for concern?  Syaiful W. Harahap explains....
As more and more baby boomers are looking to tick off their bucket list in overseas travels, there are 1004 tourists arriving in Australia every hour to explore our vast and diverse landscape.

Australia's Languages Map

Mandarin has overtaken Arabic in Sydney and Greek in Melbourne as the most widely spoken language besides English in Australia’s largest cities.

Marketing Prabowo

Dr Nyarwi Ahmad, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Asia Institute at Melbourne University, and senior lecturer in Communications at Gadjah Mada University talks about the campaign to make Prabowo Subianto the next President of Indonesia.
What marketing strategy is being used to promote Prabowo’s election bid?  What is expansive marketing? What populist tactics is the Prabowo-Sandiago team exploiting?  How effective have these approaches been? Dr Nyarwi Ahmad answers these and...

Pancasila Week

Spica A. Tutuhatunewa, Consul-General for the Republic of Indonesia in Victoria and Tasmania talks about the purpose of ‘Pekan Pancasila’, a series of workshops, dialogues and seminars, held in Melbourne, from 28 November-1 December by the...
Why are Pancasila values relevant to young Indonesian-Australians? Is there concern that adherence to Pancasila values is in decline?What is the best way to introduce Pancasila values to the young?  Spica A. Tutuhatunewa, Consul-General for the...
63 years since the world's first international volunteer departed for Jakarta, Australian volunteer Mira Muliajati Lay too traveled to Jakarta under the banner of AVI (Australian Volunteers International).
Volunteers contribute to the capacity of host organisations, develop people-to-people links and generate goodwill for domestic and foreign public diplomacy. - Office of Development Effectiveness evaluation of AVID (Australian Volunteers for...
Teachers in Indonesian are often targeted by the promises of political parties or regional head candidates campaigns. The politicisation of the teacher also takes place toward the 2019 presidential election.
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