Too close encounters

PANGKALAN BUN, C. KALIMANTAN: The experience of seeing an orangutan in a wild or semi-wild environment might mean spending hundreds of thousands — or even millions — of rupiah if you are a tourist, Jakarta post reported. To go from Jakarta... more »

Could our villages move to Malaysia?

NUNUKAN, East Kalimantan: The lack of development in five villages on East Kalimantan’s border with Malaysia’s Sabah state might result in them being absorbed into the neighboring country, a local councilor has warned, says a Jakarta Globe report.

Kalimantan students to spend year at ITS

SURABAYA: The Kalimantan Institute of Technology has already taken in its first batch of 100 students and placed them in Surabaya while it completes the construction of its campus in Balikpapan, the Jakarta Globe says.

Money, ecstasy confiscated from dealers

SAMARINDA: Two alleged drug dealers have been arrested in a raid in the East Kalimantan capital of Samarinda, police said on Monday, Jakarta Post reported. Chief narcotics detective for Samarinda Comr. Feby DP Hutagalung said police had confiscated 45 ecstasy... more »
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