A 16-year-old boy named Muhammad Idul from Wakinamboro village in the South Buton regency of Southeast Sulawesi miraculously survived a freak accident when he went fishing on Saturday night.
An unapologetically racist community tax policy in Surabaya, East Java is triggering outrage in Indonesia due to its disturbingly discriminatory nature.
Viral: Story of struggling elderly motorcycle taxi driver moves netizens, more than IDR100 million raised to help him
We’ve written about heartwarming stories involving app-based motorcycle taxi drivers (locally known as ojek online or ojol for short) before, but a recent viral thread on an...
Indonesia’s most infamous alleged fraudster at the moment has owned up to his delusions as his imaginary kingdom crumbles as quickly as it ascended to its imaginary heights.
A man in Bekasi, West Java became the latest sexual assault suspect for allegedly groping the breast of an unsuspecting pedestrian, joining an extensive list of other sexual...
Siwi Widi Purwanti, air hostess in center of Garuda Indonesia prostitution scandal, testifies in defamation case
After having failed to meet two police summons for a witness statement last week, Siwi Widi Purwanti, an air hostess who has been accused by a whistleblower of being a key figure...
Teenager who killed mugger to protect girlfriend from rape faces life imprisonment with premeditated murder indictment
A 17-year-old high school student, identified by his initials ZA, may face life in prison for the murder of an alleged mugger last year, which he argued was done out of...
A video showing an altercation between an app-based motorcycle taxi driver and her customer in Semarang, Central Java has been circulating on social media today.
A 69-year-old laborer named Samirin might not have expected a prison sentence for taking a tiny bit of leftover rubber sap at a plantation he used to work at in North Sumatra.
Police question community leader over banner rejecting construction of new cinema and containing call to ‘chase away the Chinese jerks’
The Jakarta Metro Police are questioning the leader of a hardline organization over a banner put up in East Jakarta that was disturbingly both racist and bigoted.