Vendors along riverside from Chroy Changva Bridge to the night market must relocate.
Police will soon start cracking down on vehicle owners who park indiscriminately.
City Hall will suspend the bus operations in the capital on Sunday to make it possible for bus staff to vote.
City Hall has beefed up security in the capital ahead of the last national election campaign day on Friday.
Work is to start today on the Chom Chao flyover, the sixth of its kind at the busy Chom Chao roundabout in Phnom Penh.
City Hall announces that the first 20 buses donated by the Japan have been received, and 60 others will arrive in the upcoming months.
City Hall to creat a working group to monitor the growth of trees along roads.
Families occupying cemeteries showing reluctance in moving to new location.
City Hall to relocate more than 100 families occupying cemeteries in Chhbar Ampov.
City Hall distributes plots of land to 153 families being relocated.
City Hall urges the public to calm, over reports of dismantling Russey Keo bridge.
City Hall decides to build a new Boeng Tumpun pumping station in Meanchey district.
City Hall will no longer be able to collect money from parking around Wat Phnom.
3 nights of live concerts, organised by NagaWorld for Khmer New Year celebrations.
NagaWorld is organising the first outdoor concert to usher in the Khmer New Year.
Phnom Penh City Hall has installed nearly 500 street lights along Hun Sen Boulevard.
Department identifies 182 points in the capital to be targeted for traffic jam reductions.
City Hall gives the Candlelight Party a green light to hold a religious ceremony on Friday.
Over 600 vendors ask the government to build a new roof for the Chbar Ampov market.
About 200 people living along the old railway in Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district protest the construct a concrete road.
At least 17 illegally operating garages have been shut down in Phnom Penh, while nearly 4,000 modified vehicles are found.
Nistelrooy, a former Manchester United striker, will bring the UEFA Champions League trophy to Cambodia in April.
To further push its advocacy for a greener and cleaner environment, Go Green Cambodia officially launched a new app that enables people to rate the cleanliness of specific places around the country.
Phnom Penh authorities have said traffic disturbances caused by street vendors.
More than 1,700 beggars and homeless people are removed from the streets.
City Hall has decided to reintegrate more than 100 beggars and homeless people from the Phnom Penh Transit Centre.
City Hall plans to plant trees on about 100 hectares of land in major areas of the capital to reduce air pollution.
Phnom Penh Governor claims City Hall loses about $150,000 every month to support public bus services.
A group of Boeung Kak villagers yesterday submitted a petition to City Hall calling for activist Tep Vanny to be released from prison.
Japan will donate more than 100 buses to the Cambodian government over the next two years, according to City Hall.