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.
Twenty-two Boeung Kak families, who had actively protested in the past, were elated when they received official land titles yesterday.
City Hall reminds that large trucks are prohibited at certain times and places.
City Hall will organise a ceremony to remember victims of the Koh Pich stampede.
Authorities begin preparations for families living beside the Stung Meanchey canal.
The general department of identification urges people to amend their personal information.
The Phnom Penh Governor asks construction sites using heavy vehicles, to cease operations in the city during the Water Festival.
City Hall announces that families living along the Stung Meanchey canal will get land titles.
Sok Penh Vuth says authorities successfully cleared the cars around Freedom Park.
Tuk-tuk associations lashed out at City Hall after it revealed authorities plan to ban drivers from using transceivers.
City buses seem to be the Phnom Penh Municipal Council’s answer to beating the city’s chronic traffic congestion.
While City Hall said the demolition of the building was to start once all the families had vacated, Kaeou and his grandmother were among five of the families who hung on in the famous old building.
Residents affected by railside development asked City Hall to give details of compensation.
Two former gov. officials convicted for misappropriation of public funds, but allowed them to walk free after accounting for time served.
Residents have been protesting for more than a year, want titles for their homes, and are worried about forced evictions.
City Hall connected 446 of 600 security cameras it plans to operate in the capital.