Day: January 25, 2022

New license plate colour bolsters law enforcement efforts: Police

Head of the National Police’s public information bureau of the public relations division, Brigadier General Ahmad Ramadhan, affirmed that the new license plate colour will augment law enforcement efforts through the electronic traffic camera system. The bureau head confirmed that the new license plate colour scheme, achieved by inverting the

Yogyakarta records increase in COVID-19 active cases

The number of active COVID-19 cases in Yogyakarta City has shown an increasing trend since the middle of last week, and currently, the number has crossed 20, an official has informed. “Some additional daily cases were caused by travelers who tested positive for COVID-19,” Heroe Poerwadi from the COVID-19 Handling

Need to evaluate offline learning in red zones: expert

A health science expert from the University of Indonesia has sought an evaluation of face-to-face learning (PTM) in sub-districts falling in red zones, or areas with a high risk of COVID-19 transmission. “There is an area that is called as the first ‘battlefield’ against Omicron in our country. In that

Minister presses to commence construction of new Batam port

Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan called to immediately construct a new port in Batam that is expected to serve as a pilot project to improve port management across Indonesia. During a visit to the prospective location for the Batam New International Port in Tanjung Pinggir, Batam,

BNPT detects 600 potentially radical social media accounts

Head of the National Counter Terrorism Agency (BNPT), Boy Rafli Amar, has confirmed that 600 potentially radical social media accounts have come under the agency’s radar. “We have detected at least 600 social media accounts with the tendency to radicalism,” he informed during a meeting with Commission III of the

Indonesia, Singapore to boost cooperation in education

Indonesia and Singapore have agreed to strengthen cooperation in education and human resource development. The agreement was reached during a meeting between Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in Bintan, here on Tuesday. “Then, cooperation in education and human resource development. This cooperation has been