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A powerful tectonic earthquake rocked Banten in the early hours of Friday, February 26, 2021.
A tectonic earthquake with a magnitude of 4.6 jolted the southern region of West Java on Sunday night, February 21, 2021.
Banten threatens to impose sanctions against violators of the Covid-19 health protocols in the form of three-day imprisonment.
Banten Tourism Agency was actively promoting potential tourism in South Banten in line with the upcoming operation Serang-Panimbang toll road.
The Baduy tribe residing in the rural area of Lebak, Banten, are reportedly still free from Covid-19 infections as a local leader confirms.
A tectonic earthquake with a magnitude of 5.2 in the Richter scale today morning at 5:21 a.m. jolted Lebak, Banten Province.
Police have arrested a man suspected of vandalizing the premises of the Darussalam Musholla (small mosque) in Tangerang, Banten
Indonesian customs and excise officials in Banten Province seized 1.7 million illegal cigarettes aboard two trucks from East Java.
A tectonic earthquake measuring 5.1 magnitudes jolted Sunda Strait areas on Wednesday, August 26, at 06:27 local times.
Banten Governor Wahidin Halim permitted schools in areas with poor internet signal to carry out limited, face-to-face learning activities.
The Baduy tribe, Lebak Regency, Banten, offered a new tourism concept dubbed Saba Budaya as they rejected it as a tourist destination.
BMKG stated a series of earthquakes with magnitudes above 5.0 M today, July 7, must be aware of as it could be a sign of upcoming major quakes.
Merak Port in Banten is officially closed for passengers, private cars, and public transport, Deputy Chief of Banten Police Brig. Gen. Tomex confirmed
Public Works and Housing Ministry (PUPR) recorded a traffic decline in toll roads of Jakarta, West Java, and Banten from 42 to 60 percent due to PSBB.
Rangkasbitung Grand Mosque in Lebak Banten still held tarawih or Ramadan evening prayers on Thursday amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Transportation Minister led a meeting about the development of train infrastructure onboard of an inspection train heading to Serang, Banten.
Banten Governor Wahidin Halim affirmed that his team will work closely with the Banten Police to clamp down on illegal gold mines in Lebak District.
Nearly 18 Islamic boarding school (pesantren) buildings incurred serious damage after a flash flood recently inundated several parts of Lebak, Banten.
Hundreds of illegal gold mines operating in the Mount Halimun national park, Lebak, is said to trigger the devastating flash floods and landslides.
Massive flood and landslides hit 12 villages across six sub-districts of Lebak, Banten, forcing 17,000 people or 4,368 families to flee their homes.