PM announces his support of a planned waterway taxi service and encourages its launch before the Khmer New Year.
Cambodia and Australia have more to gain bilaterally and regionally from the Asean-Australia Special Summit in Sydney if domestic politics, currently being played to the gallery, is left out of the agenda, argues Cheunboran Chanborey.
Leaders of government speak on the role of women in Cambodian society.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says that more women needed to be promoted to secretaries.
In this curtain raiser, Chheang Vannarith argues that Australia has more to gain by actively engaging Asean to maintain regional peace and promote regional prosperity.
PM Hun Sen will take part in the 12th Asia-Europe Meeting, which will take place in Brussels from October 18 to 19.
Some factories’ managers stole the workers’ wages for gambling, Pm says.
PM lashes out at former opposition leader Sam Rainsy who called for him step down.
The Supreme Court hears the case of disgraced former ambassador to South Korea.
Sam Rainsy says the premier has only two options: step down now or be forced to step down in the near future.
PM Hun Sen says he would seek pardons for former opposition CNRP members who have been convicted of crimes.
Boeung Kak Residents ask for a royal pardon to release jailed representative Tep Vanny.
PM says that he would block any attempt for a meeting between him and exiled former opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
Nearly 50 workers from the Co-Seek Garment factory ask for intervention after their employer escaped without paying.
PM says he cannot lift the ban imposed on 118 former CNRP members.
Tang Siew Mun, who is currently the head of the Asean Studies Centre, wrote a commentary entitled “Asean Must Unite to Keep the Asean-Australia Special Summit on Track”, which is unfortunately flawed and baseless.
Membership in Asean entails a sense of commitment to the regional good and the ball, now, is in Cambodia’s court. Tang Siew Mun tells why.
A construction project by a company owned by Ly Lay near Ochheuteal Beach in Sihanoukville has been suspended.
PM says a growing population has contributed to the loss of forest cover.
PM Hun Sen has called on Cambodians working overseas for low wages to return home and fill labour force voids.
PM Hun Sen reacts to the United States imposing aid cuts on Cambodia, saying the move was politically motivated.
At the Youth Volunteer Doctors’ congregation, PM says that he is open to political dialogue with oppositional parties.
PM calls on monks to educate people to respect traffic laws and avoid drug use.
Strong action against factory owners who flee without paying workers on the sight.
Pm Hun Sen challenges who burned his effigies to burn images of dragons.
Unions applause the government announcement to pay workers whose bosses escaped without paying their wages.
China ships tonnes of weapons to Cambodia a day after the US stopped military aid.
PM chides a Norway-based organisation that called on people not to vote.
Government signs an agreement to grant privileges to the Asean Mine Centre.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court issues a warrant to temporarily seize Rainsy’s property.