Ali Fauzi, who is best known to Australians as the brother of the Bali bombers, has undergone deradicalisation.
Jewel Topsfield is Fairfax's Indonesia correspondent. She is an award-winning journalist who has been with Fairfax Media for 10 years. Most recently, she was education editor at The Age for five years. Prior to that she was the launch deputy editor of the National Times, Fairfax’s online opinion site. She also spent three years in the Canberra Press Gallery covering immigration, education, the environment and water.
Lawrence and other Australian prisoners have received remissions as part of Indonesian Independence Day celebrations on August 17.
Indonesia is pushing for Australian investors to help recreate Nusa Dua - a high-end resort enclave in Bali.
For 38 years Asni Beru Karo had no idea she was living in the shadow of a slumbering giant.
Government agency says 50 per cent of drug circulation in the country is controlled from prisons.
One of Indonesia's most senior ministers has called on Attorney-General George Brandis to help speed up a class action on behalf of thousands of seaweed farmers.
Jakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing our doors" to Australian agricultural products despite its drive towards food self-sufficiency as the two countries enter the eighth round of free trade negotiations in Canberra this week.
At a summit in Indonesia, ministers said they would increase co-operation amid fears militants are exploiting porous borders to travel between countries.
A person claiming to be Australian fugitive Shaun Davidson has offered the media his "first telephone interview while on the run".
A ground-breaking Indonesian school is helping to deradicalise the children of terrorists.