This week’s question is from a young expat male living in Phnom Penh who loves New Year’s Eve parties but drinks too much when he attends one.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has suspended drivers’ license registration following complaints that the process is too costly. On Tuesday night, Mr.
Bringing clean water to the developing world remains a monumental global challenge while maintaining viable stocks of drinkable water elsewhere is still a constant struggle as well.
The new director for the Department of Environment (DoE) in Sihanoukville is inspiring change, cleaning up the city and also educating the population, according to many locals and expats here.
A motodup in Sihanoukville is now facing a lengthy prison sentence after court officials confirmed he had been charged with rape and theft this week, following the intervention of the city’s chief of police in the case.
The Supreme Court upheld the verdict of the Court of Appeals in the case of Sy Samaro, a 24-year-old former law student sentenced to life in prison for killing his girlfriend.
Siem Reap police said yesterday that three siblings were sexually assaulted by their 17-year-old cousin in the early hours of Tuesday.
The Annul Monk Assembly has asked the government to take legal action against League for Democracy Party (LDP) leader Khem Veasna and threatened to defrock any monks who continue to associate with Mr. Veasna.
Five Cambodians laboring on a fishing boat in Thailand’s Chon Buri province were arrested on Sunday for working without the proper paperwork.
Eight ethnic Jarai Montagnard Christians who fled alleged persecution in Vietnam and sought refuge in Cambodia are living in poor conditions, one of the refugees told Khmer Times yesterday.
Kampong Thom provincial police charged three people with fraud yesterday after arresting them for selling seven fake statues in Sandan district on Monday, with police saying they are investigating others who may have been involved.
The Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia (UYFC) is organizing Siem Reap’s fourth Angkor Sankranta New Years events in cooperation with Apsara Authority to make the 2016 festivities bigger and more attractive.
Police are hunting a group of men after a vicious attack on a sleeping family – including five children – in Preah Sihanouk Province yesterday, in what they say may be a revenge attack over a land-grab.
Sorn Kunthea says she has never seen a library in a garment factory since she started working in one in 1995 when she was 11.
An accident involving a truck carrying ice and annother overloaded with garment workers killed one woman instantly and injured more than 20 others in Por Senchey district’s Trapaing Krasaing commune yesterday morning.
Preah Norodom Sihanouk Angkor Museum is slated for a facelift, after Apsara Authority gave Sato Cambodia construction company permission to make improvements to the long-forgotten museum.
Keeping up appearances, Apsara Authority’s water management team has begun pumping water into the drying ponds around the Angkor temple complex.
A Phnom Penh municipal court yesterday again rejected the bail for Lay Huong, the alleged mastermind of a 2010 plot to rape and kill the wife and daughter of Minister of Commerce Sun Chanthol.
The Advocacy and Policy Institute is urging people to gather more information from local government bodies and encouraging officials at the village, commune, district and provincial level to seek more information from the national government…
The Interior Ministry’s investigation team said yesterday that a preliminary investigation into a Ratanakkiri prison director had found evidence that some of the accusations against him from prison staff appeared to be true, although they…
A joint commission of 10 lawmakers from the ruling party and opposition party will meet tomorrow after gathering concerns about the draft union law from representatives of independent and pro-government unions.
Cambodia has reported 15,015 dengue fever cases in the first 50 weeks of this year, a more than 300 percent rise from the 3,611 cases over the same period last year, according to figures released yesterday.
In the lead-up to regional integration, which will allow the free flow of workers, three local trade unions have joined forces to call for the government to adopt a regional draft agreement aimed at protecting the migrant workers.
Aviation officials say a “bird strike” forced an AirAsia jet that took off from Phnom Penh International Airport yesterday morning at 8:35 am to return for an emergency landing.