Australia to open first foreign university in Indonesia World

Australia to open first foreign university in Indonesia

Australia will open the first foreign university in Indonesia and consider downgrading travel warning for the country, as the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA- CEPA) has taken effect.
Health ministry tackles dengue, Zika in Nha Trang Health

Health ministry tackles dengue, Zika in Nha Trang

The Ministry of Health will release 1 million to 1.4 million of Wolbachia-infected mosquitoes in four wards in Nha Trang city in an effort to reduce the number of incidences of dengue fever and Zika virus infections.
Sci-Tech

Vietnamese contestant cherishes a space dream

For Vu Thanh Long, the winner of the Unilever Group’s Axe “Finding Vietnam’s Second Person in Space” competition, stratospheric ambitions are intimately tied to helping his homeland. Insight by radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV).
Culture - Sports

Vietnamese contestant cherishes a space dream

For Vu Thanh Long, the winner of the Unilever Group’s Axe “Finding Vietnam’s Second Person in Space” competition, stratospheric ambitions are intimately tied to helping his homeland. Insight by radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV).
World

Australia to establish Indonesia study centre

The Australian Government will spend 15 million AUD to set up a c entre focused on Indonesia, new Prime Minister Tony Abbott revealed during his official visit to Indonesia on September 30-October 1.
Environment

Experts, scientists mull ways against climate change

Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) in conjunction with Australia ’s Monash University hosted an international seminar in Hanoi on June 5 to discuss policies to efficiently deal with climate change in Vietnam.