Heng: Authorities acted after the KTV violated the law and measures to prevent C-19.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has reminded local authorities not to allow entertainment clubs and KTVs to reopen businesses if they have not been converted into restaurants.
Hospitality groups continue to call on the government to provide an exit strategy.
Former entertainment workers are urging the Ministry of Labour to assist them.
Displaced workers from the entertainment industry appeal as they struggle.
Some union federations call for supporting suspended entertainment workers.
Military police arrest 6 Chinese for allegedly stealing $2,000 from a KTV.
National Police chief says 9 governors have not firmly executed orders to implement measures against illicit drug use.
Tourism Ministry calls to crack down on drug use and trafficking in nightclubs.
Police say three hostesses who fell sick in a KTV outlet are recovering in Vietnam.
National Police arrest 3 immigration police officers over deadly spiked drinks at KTV.
Banteay Meanchey authorities shutter a KTV in Poipet after a Chinese was injured during a heated dispute with locals.
Kampong Speu Court charges 3 men over destroying property at a karaoke club.
Court charges a South Korean, 2 Vietnamese, and a Cambodian for trafficking drugs.
Interior Ministry and municipal anti-drug trafficking police raid an entertainment centre and netted 55 foreigners for trafficking drugs.
Kampong Cham Court and police offer differing accounts on the release of a timber tycoon held over alleged assault of KTV girl.
Phnom Penh Court convicts a woman who worked at a KTV club for selling nearly 200 grams of crystal meth for about $3,000.
Phnom Penh Court tries a woman for allegedly selling nearly 200 grams of meth.
Cambodia’s popular KTVs, or karaoke clubs, are in almost every town in the kingdom.
An 18-year-old DJ is on trial accused of raping a girl aged 14.
Five karaoke parlours are temporarily closed in Por Senchey after night-time breakdowns in security and public order.
The manager of a KTV makes her first court appearance for theft and defamation.
A Chinese man has been arrested for drunkenly crashing his car into a house in Preah Sihanouk province, injuring two people.