More than 100 Australian cattle die on live export ship headed to Indonesia

More than 100 Australian cattle have died on board a live export ship headed to Indonesia

By Ashley Nickel For Daily Mail Australia Published: 02:59 GMT, 26 March 2024 | Updated: 03:34 GMT, 26 March 2024 More than 100 Australian cattle have died on board a live export ship headed to Indonesia. The Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry said it was investigating the deaths. It is understood the cattle were … Read more

Indonesia and Australia to sign defence pact within months, says Aussie minister

JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesia and Australia hope to sign a “very significant” defence cooperation agreement within the next few months, Australian defence minister Richard Marles said on Friday after meeting his counterpart in Jakarta. “Australia and Indonesia have a shared destiny and a shared collective security and that is the basis on which we are moving … Read more

Bali travel warning is issued to Australians ahead of Indonesia’s presidential election

By Duncan Evans For Nca Newswire Published: 08:14 GMT, 5 February 2024 | Updated: 08:15 GMT, 5 February 2024 Australian travellers are being warned to exercise a high degree of caution as close neighbour Indonesia, the world’s third-largest democracy, heads to the polls next week in a high-stakes election. Smart Traveller, the Australian government’s advisory … Read more

A Writer’s Haunting Trip Through the Horrors of Indonesian History

Eka Kurniawan’s “Beauty Is a Wound” and “Man Tiger,” which have just been translated into English, tell of generations in Indonesia bound by unspeakable tragedies.Photograph by Marc Riboud / Magnum “When you’re reading a novel like mine,” Eka Kurniawan said last month, over coffee, you’re reading “a joke about history.” We were at a hotel … Read more

Restoring Endangered Sharks To Indonesian Waters

Once abundant in the clear waters around Indonesia’s Raja Ampat islands, zebra sharks (Stegostoma tigrinum) were admired for their striking beauty. However, unregulated fishing in the 1990s and early 2000s, mainly for their fins and meat, led to a drastic decline in their numbers. “[Today] it is very rare to see them … The population … Read more

Influencer admits she shaves baby’s head to make hair grow back thicker

An influencer has divided opinion after admitting she shaves her baby’s head. Ruby Tuesday Matthews, from Byron Bay, Australia, shared a ‘mum fail’ on Instagram, explaining that she had shaved her baby’s head ahead of a Christmas photo shoot. The mum-of-three – who welcomed daughter Holiday in September – said: “Sorry if I haven’t responded … Read more

Millennial’s beauty startup Social Bella raised over $225 million

When the Covid pandemic was raging in 2020, much of the world was in lockdown and more turned to online shopping. But Chrisanti Indiana did the unexpected: she expanded her e-commerce business — offline. Her beauty and personal care e-commerce startup, Sociolla, had just two brick-and-mortar stores in Indonesia in 2019. By the end of … Read more