Thousands of Indonesians Celebrate Eid in Australia
Indonesians looking for a unique and affordable holiday overseas are heading to Australia in record numbers.
Making Key Ingredients More Affordable and Increasing Farmers’ Incomes
As families are sitting down to break their fast all over Indonesia, one of the things they won’t have to worry about is that shallots will be too expensive to include in their grandmother’s rendang recipe.
Humanitarian response to conflict in Mindanao
Today I announce that the Australian Government is providing humanitarian assistance to civilians displaced by the conflict in Marawi City in the southern Philippines.
Australia Extends Its Child Nutrition Program to Pregnant Women
Australia will extend its program to improve the health of young children in East Java and East Nusa Tenggara with a new focus on pregnant women.
More Australian Universities Ranked among the World’s Best
Five Australian universities have been ranked as being in the top 50 and seven in the top 100 of the world’s leading universities, according to the QS World University Rankings released today.
Bright Young Things: Australia and Indonesia’s Young Leaders
Young Indonesians and Australians came together to hear influential and inspiring figures sharing their insights at the first event Australia-Indonesia Youth Leaders Seminar (AIYLS) hosted by the Australian Embassy in Jakarta last night.