Phnom Penh governor commits to solving the ongoing problems of the capital.
Phnom Penh governor announces plans to build 27 pedestrian overhead bridges.
Phnom Penh governor highlights the transformation following decades of civil war.
Phnom Penh Governor urges his subordinates to restore the Boeng Trabek canal in order to avoid flooding in the capital.
Phnom Penh Governor orders regular checks on garment workers’ living conditions.
Phnom Penh Governor receives 80 public buses from Japan.
Public is called to dispose of garbage in accordance with City Hall’s timely manner.
Some streets to be blocked for bigger sewage drainage systems: Governor.
The former Phnom Penh governor and CPP lawmaker, Pa Socheatvong, was appointed as advisor to the Prime Minister barely a month after resigning from the National Assembly.
Phnom Penh Governor appeals to all local authorities to cooperate with civil society.
The goal is to build a water treatment plant and also to beautify surroundings.
Phnom Penh Governor urges officials to do more to solve traffic jams plaguing the city.
Interior Minister is asked to decide whether Major General Pech Yon should be transferred to the ministry’s General Prison Department.
Large vehicles and taxis operating on main roads are restricted during Water Festival.
Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng has restricted the travel of large vehicles and taxis operating on main roads during the upcoming Water Festival in a bid to reduce traffic in the capital.
City Hall creates a committee and 5 subcommittees to organise the Water Festival.
Prayers commemorating late King Norodom Sihanouk are expected to be held today.
Phnom Penh Governor announces an immediate ban on large trucks plying roads.
Police will soon start cracking down on vehicle owners who park indiscriminately.
The Smor San community has been occupying a cemetery in Chbar Ampov district since the 1990s
Families occupying cemeteries showing reluctance in moving to new location.
City Hall to relocate more than 100 families occupying cemeteries in Chhbar Ampov.
Phnom Penh City Hall has installed nearly 500 street lights along Hun Sen Boulevard.
Pharmacies must follow the laws of the Health Ministry or face crack down.