Senin, 27 Maret 2017
  • The West Sulawesi provincial government will, this year, maximize the use of cacao plantations to annually produce one million tons of the commodity, according to Provincial Estate Service spokesman Tanawali. "The ...
  • The Australian government plans to commemorate the Australia Day in one of the alleyways in Makassar city, South Sulawesi province. Both countries enjoy a strong relationship since long. The head of political and ...
  • Delegation of the Australian embassy in Jakarta on Sunday visited a group of women fostered by the Aisyiah, the women organization of Muhammadiyah, one of the Indonesian major Muslim organizations. "The delegation of ...
  • Pemerintah Republik Indonesia dan Tiongkok segera merealisasikan kerja sama terkait dengan keamanan cyber khususnya menyangkut "capacity building" bagi sumber daya manusia (SDM) yang bergerak di dalamnya. Staf Ahli Desk ...
  • The port of Makassar could become a hub for Indonesian eastern region following trade development, Vice President Jusuf Kalla said here Saturday. "Slowly Makassar has become a hub for Indonesian eastern region," he said ...
  • Transport minister Ignasius Jonan has said he would not as yet revoke the current "yellow" status put on all airports in the country following terror attacks in Jakarta Thursday. "Security at airports is beefed up and I ...
  • The city administration of Makassar will start building a 70-kilometer toll road in the South Sulawesi capital in 2017. Thew toll road project is planned to reduce traffic, which is getting worse from year to year, the ...
  • Police have called upon the people to uphold the principle of presumption of innocence while dealing with the Gafatar organization. "This is a new organization and a thorough investigation is needed about it. We must be ...
  • Work on the runway extension at Sorowako Airport in Luwu Timur, South Sulawesi is scheduled to be completed by April this year, acting head of East Luwu District Irman Yasin Limpo has stated. "Airport development ...
  • A Makassar district court on Friday sentenced former chief of the small credit center of the Parepare branch of state lender Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) in South Sulawesi to seven years` imprisonment for corruption. ...