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'Siri' marriages in Solok still commonplace

The number of 'siri', or unregistered Islamic marriages in Solok regency, West Sumatra, is still high as many couples have yet to obtain their marriage documents as regulated by Law No. 24/2013 on Population Administration. 'Siri' marriages refer ... Jakarta Post, 1 week ago

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Neglected Dutch heritage on West Sumatra's small islands

Test of time: The remaining structure of a Dutch port on Cingkuak Island. (JP/Syofiardi Bachyul Jb) Residents live on as trace of Dutch colonial era erodes. Pisang Gadang Island may only be 2 kilometers in circumference, but it was very ...
 Jakarta Post1 week ago
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, 8:17 PM : A sun halo blazes in the sky above West Sumatra's iconic clock tower, Jam Gadang, in Bukittingi on Friday. The halo effect was apparently the result of the diffraction of sunlight by a thin layer of cirrus clouds. (Antara) Read also: ...
 Jakarta Post2 weeks ago ANTARA - PRESIDENT YUDHOYONO CONVEYS MESSAGE ON HINDUS DAY OF SILENCE  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago ANTARA - HAZE RETURNS TO WEST SUMATRAS BUKITTINGGI  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago Thin Haze Blankets Padang  Tempo.co3 weeks ago

Strong winds kill tons of Maninjau fish

Hundreds of tons of fish, cultivated in floating net cages, or keramba, in Lake Maninjau, Agam regency, West Sumatra, have died following strong winds in the area. The strong winds have driven sediment, such as sulfur, fish feed and household ...
 Jakarta Post4 weeks ago Strong winds kill tons of fish in West Sumatra  Asia News Network4 weeks ago

One Fish, Two Fish: Weather Affects Indonesian Marine Life

Dead fish are seen floating on the water in Maninjau lake, West Sumatra province in Indonesia on Tuesday. The massive death of the fish population is apparently caused by a sudden change in weather conditions, according to fishery officials. ...
 NBCNews.com1 month ago One Fish Two Fish Weather Affects Indonesian Marine Life  Big News Network4 weeks ago IN BRIEF - Easiest catch of the day: Thousands of dead fish float to the top of volcanic Indonesian lake after being poisoned  Fish Information & Services4 weeks ago

Volcano erupts in Indonesia

Mount Marapi in Indonesia's West Sumatra province erupted Wednesday, shooting ash to the sky and incurring a downpour of ash and volcanic sand up to 10 km to the south of the crater, an official said. Powerful bursts of ash, sand and gravel erupted from the ...
 Sify1 month ago

North Sumatra and West Java Landslides Kill 11

Sibolga/Bogor. Torrential rain on Wednesday in North Sumatra and West Java triggered two fatal landslides that killed 11 people, police said. Eight gold miners, who were working illegally, were killed after they were buried by a landslide while ...
 Jakarta Globe2 weeks ago Landslide Derails Train After Heavy Rain, Killing Five  Jakarta Globe1 week ago
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Tiny Malaysian Snails Going Extinct As They Are Discovered

from West-Malaysia, Sumatra, and Thailand. Ten species are new to science, but some of those are going extinct as they are being discovered. The study was carried out by
 Big News Network3 weeks ago Malaysian microjewels going extinct as they are discovered  PhysOrg.com3 weeks ago

Govt to survey wind-powered plant potential in Sumatra: Ministry

, 4:18 PM The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry will conduct a survey on its planned wind-powered plant, PLT Bayu, to be built on the west coast of northern Sumatra as part of its efforts to develop the country's renewable energy ...
 Jakarta Post4 days ago

Swiss pilot released after airspace incident

Indonesian Air Force officials in Medan, North Sumatra, on Sunday released a civilian aircraft manned by a Swiss national and originated from Katunayake Airport that it captured on Thursday after it flew into Indonesian air space without permission.
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka4 days ago Swiss Pilot Free to Carry On After Airspace Incident  Jakarta Globe4 days ago
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