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  • noun A city in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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  • It was first published two years ago and has become one of the leading newspapers in Makassar, with a distribution of 50,000 copies and about 120,000 readers.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » How Citizen Reporters Work

  • OhMyNews has an interesting article on Tribun Timur, a local newspaper in Makassar, the capital city of the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi, which benefits from citizen journalists.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » How Citizen Reporters Work

  • It was first published two years ago and has become one of the leading newspapers in Makassar, with a distribution of 50,000 copies and about 120,000 readers.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » How Citizen Reporters Work

  • OhMyNews has an interesting article on Tribun Timur, a local newspaper in Makassar, the capital city of the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi, which benefits from citizen journalists.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » How Citizen Reporters Work

  • "We hope the NU conference will help counter the negative image of Makassar, which is associated with riots, rallies and clashes," Ilham said.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • Yusuf Ahmad/Reuters A mother and her child looked through a window as her house moved through water in a fishing village in Makassar, Indonesia, on Tuesday.

    Asia in Pictures

  • The homes of dozens of fishermen were moved 100 meters about 328 feet away due to new construction at the Makassar port.

    Asia in Pictures

  • At the end of every day Abdul Jemal, the captain of that dilapidated boat, would thrust his fist toward a hazy line of white coast on the horizon and cry, Makassar, before ordering the maneuver that would take us away on a new tack.

    INVISIBLE

  • On the auspicious "999" date of Sept. 9 last year, at 9 a.m., he opened Trans Studio, one of the world's biggest indoor theme parks, in Makassar.

    ''We Sell Happiness''

  • At the end of every day Abdul Jemal, the captain of that dilapidated boat, would thrust his fist toward a hazy line of white coast on the horizon and cry, Makassar, before ordering the maneuver that would take us away on a new tack.

    INVISIBLE

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