More than 30 workers fainted at the Kai Neng leather products factory in Kampong Chhnang province on Saturday in an outbreak sparked when one of them collapsed in with a fever.
To celebrate the National Fish Day, ministry officials, members of the USAID and Young Eco Ambassadors held different activities to raise awareness.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on garment workers not to discriminate against their colleagues who are living with HIV.
PM rejects claims that the government will stop providing social protection for garment workers.
A layman is charged with beating the chief of a Buddhist pagoda with a bamboo stick.
Representatives of 187 families protest to resolve their years-long land disputes.
The name Kampong Chhnang, literally means the ‘Port of Pots’, and the name came about with a very good reason – the area’s reputation for producing high-quality pottery predates the zenith of the Khmer Empire by two whole centuries.
A 61-year-old businessman is killed in front of his home and workshop.
More than 12 tonnes of fish in Kampong Chhnang have died due to the hot weather.
Nearly 40 people died and 70 injured over the three-day Chinese New Year.
Police in Kampong Chhnang province have made an arrest over the brutal rape and murder of a woman in Chulkiri district.
A 21-year-old woman is killed after being raped in a rice field in Chulkiri.
Rice authorities in the kingdom are exploring the possibility of applying for Geographical Indication (GI) status for rice grown in areas around the Tonle Sap Lake.
Two female fortune-tellers are charged for cheating a businesswoman.
The number of fainted garment workers in 18 factories in 2017 decreased 28% compared with 2016.
A high level delegation from Malaysia, led by a senior aide to the prime minister, paid a courtesy call on the Malaysian Embassy in Phnom Penh.
Two female military officers are killed and two others were injured in a traffic accident in Kampong Chhnang.
Seven gang members are charged over the killing of a 27-year-old at a pagoda last week in Kampong Chhnang province.
More than one million people visited the three-day water festival in Phnom Penh, with authorities hailing security at the event a success, despite an increase in traffic fatalities.
The Kdam Prai Boat Racing Team painstakingly practised their craft for 15 days in their homeland of Kampong Chhnang province’s Kampong Kdar village before joining the ongoing Water Festival in the capital.