2018 would see production of over 5,000 tonnes of chemical-free vegetables.
To celebrate the National Fish Day, ministry officials, members of the USAID and Young Eco Ambassadors held different activities to raise awareness.
Two political parties are prepared to kick off their election campaigns in Pursat.
In Prangil commune, a canal runs dry as farmers push for its connection to a reservoir.
Two men are charged with stealing 13 buffaloes in Pursat, and face up to three years each in prison if convicted.
Five suspected drug traffickers, including two village security guards, have been arrested in Pursat province.
A teacher is charged with causing intentional damage to his house over jealousy.
A 60-year-old woman in Pursat dies when a neighbour threw a big piece of timber at her husband in a drunken argument.
An extended rail service from Battambang to Pursat is due to start today to improve transport for people and cargo.
The renovation of National Road 5 continues, with construction work on the section that runs from Prek Kdam area in Kandal to Thlea Ma’Am in Pursat province beginning yesterday.
Pursat Authorities arrest 3 NGO staff members over a fake checkpoint to extort money.
Villagers are in a shock state after a tiger attempted to maul a teenage boy.
Cambodian Mine Action Centre discovers 160 more unexploded bombs in Kandieng.
A 14-year-old boy is charged by Pursat Provincial Court over the rape of a seven-year-old student girl from the same school.
A 35-year-old hunter was charged for planting electric traps to catch wildlife, which ended up killing a man.
Nearly 40 people died and 70 injured over the three-day Chinese New Year.
Pursat Provincial Court charges a district official with issuing fake public documents.
Military police with forestry administration officers raid a house in Pursat province used to facilitate the illegal wildlife trade.
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 Japanese companies will repair a 135-kilometre stretch of National Road 5.